Murray County gardens are “poppin” with luscious home grown veggies but many aren’t sure what to do with them after harvesting so that’s our feature this week.
There were many men and women who played important roles in the development of the area including the old and new towns of Sulphur and the formation of the federal reservation that became Platt National Park.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Bristow, and Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow, today announced bills backing law enforcement by making the profession more attractive to join and stay in across Oklahoma.
Hay fields in most areas of Oklahoma are producing an average to above average number of big round bales this summer. The quality of the hay will be quite variable. Some will supply a great deal of the nutrients needed to maintain body condition on beef cows this winter. Other hay will be lacking in protein and energy and will require a substantial amount of supplement to be fed or the cattle will lose weight and body condition during the winter months. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist shares this information on forage testing.
This week we have the Indian Pioneer paper of Ida McNelly. This W.P.A. interview was recorded by Maurice Anderson on February 23, 1937 at Mrs. McNelly’s home in Pauls Valley, OK