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The first migration from Mississippi to Indian Territory by the Choctaws and the slaves who accompanied them occurred in 1833. Most of these settled around Fort Towson near the Red River. Fort Towson had been built the same year as Fort Gibson and was intended to serve as protection of the tribes that were to be moved west.
What gardener out there doesn’t like a good bargain? Well, if you’ve planted perennials in your garden, it’s about time for some freebies. Simply dividing your perennials is like getting free plants.
Oklahoma has over 40 farmers markets accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Senior Farmers Market benefits across the state, including the Think Ability Duncan Farmers Market.
With all of the rain Oklahoma received earlier this year, some of you may just now be getting into the summer gardening groove. However, as we turn another page on the calendar, it’s time to start thinking about your fall garden.
Oklahomans may have heard the Fruit Truck Tour has hit the state, and it’s headed straight to the heart of Stephens County in Duncan.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Tuesday, July 23 a proposition “to close a loophole” that allows for automatic eligibility for participants receiving “minimal” Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) to also participate in USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Milo, the coonhound puppy born with upside down paws, is now six months removed from the surgery that began the process to him having the ability to walk. His caretaker, Jennie Hays of Oliver and Friends Farm Rescue and Sanctuary in Luther, adopted Milo when he was just a few weeks old.
Earlier this summer, President Trump gave his 30-day notice, required by law, that he intends to submit the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA…