Oklahoma Lifestyle


Made in Oklahoma: Nacho table

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Make the trend of the nacho table your own using the best Made in Oklahoma products. This is a fun way to casually serve friends and family. Add good drinks and dessert, and you have the makings for a great party. Ingredients. Meat:. 1 pound ground...
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Stay Overnight In The Historic Bluebird Inn In Oklahoma For A Cozy Getaway

Experience the heart of Elk City, just off Route 66 at the Bluebird Inn – a 3 bedroom small town inn located in downtown. This charming place offers a cozy getaway with a hometown feel, perfect for a girl’s trip, a romantic weekend away, or travelers passing through town looking for a unique alternative to […] The post Stay Overnight In The Historic Bluebird Inn In Oklahoma For A Cozy Getaway appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Baby giraffe: Oklahoma zoo welcomes healthy female calf

The Oklahoma City Zoo welcomed a new baby giraffe to its animal family. The zoo announced the arrival of a healthy female calf to first-time mom Julu, a 6-year-old giraffe at the zoo. "Watching Julu grow from a young calf to becoming a mother herself has been a rewarding experience...
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Tribal gaming in Oklahoma paid record $167 Million to state in last fiscal year

OKLAHOMA CITY – The gaming industry in Oklahoma has broken its previous record, paying $167 million in exclusivity fees to the State of Oklahoma in the last fiscal year (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021), a clear indicator that the industry has bounced back from the previous fiscal year. During FY 2019-20, the COVID-19 pandemic began, and every casino in Oklahoma had temporarily closed by March 23, 2020. Revenues hit an all-time low in April 2020 and have been rebounding since. Prior to that, the record stood at $148 million.

Eat, Shop, And Explore In The Historic Meadow Gold District In Oklahoma

The Historic Gold District is a little-known district in Tulsa that will soon become one of your favorite places to shop, eat, and hang out. It’s an up-and-coming vibrant area that’s full of life and you’ll want to check it out the next time you’re in T-Town. Keep scrolling to learn more. To learn more […] The post Eat, Shop, And Explore In The Historic Meadow Gold District In Oklahoma appeared first on Only In Your State.

Oklahoma dog needs foster home after spending over 200 days at rescue

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma rescue group is hoping to find a foster home for a dog that has spent more than 200 days with them, waiting to be adopted. According to the Bella SPCA Rescue Center, Sophie has been with them for 220 days waiting to find her forever home, and time and time again, she is overlooked. Recently, officials with the rescue said Sophie cut her leg, possibly while jumping in the yard and accidentally hitting something.

The best places in Oklahoma to see fall colors

As rains start to return and bring cooler weather back to Oklahoma, the time is coming for the leaves to begin changing from green to vivid shades of red, yellow and orange. For those looking to catch a glimpse of Oklahoma's autumn beauty, there are a number of trips and places to visit.

Oklahoma Horse Tests Positive for WNV

On Sept. 10, the Oklahoma State Veterinarian’s office confirmed a horse at a private facility in Texas County with West Nile virus (WNV). The affected Quarter Horse, whose age and gender were not reported, began showing clinical signs on Sept. 5. Signs consisted of ataxia (incoordination) of all four limbs, hindend weakness, hyperesthesia (unusually sensitive skin), and muscle fasciculations (twitching) of the head, neck, and lips. The horse, which was unvaccinated for WNV, is recovering.

Folks will go nuts for doughnuts at the Oklahoma State Fair this year

The Oklahoma State Fair never starts without questions about food and weather. Thanks to modern meteorology and the Great Taste of the Fair competition, clarity is available. On Wednesday, a group of judges gathered in the Capital City Cafe to sample foods from 14 contestants in the 11th annual competition that crowns winners in three categories: Sweetest of the Sweet, Slice of Savory, and New to the Scene.

Oklahoma Police Looking for Man That Took a Dump in Grocery Freezer

Nobody likes taking a dump in a hot bathroom. I guess this guy needed to cool his buns while going number two. This guy has no excuse for taking a s*** in a grocery store freezer. Maybe he ate something spicy that day and his butt was a burning. You ever eat something really spicy and have it come out the other end? It hurts coming out as it does going in. Trust me, I know from experience.