Severe weather hit Oklahoma early this year, according to Gary McManus, associate climatologist for the Oklahoma Climatological Survey.
News reports about how much the State of Oklahoma is spending on public education are not factual, according to information from Gov. Mary Fallin.
The gambling problem in Oklahoma and across the nation at Indian casinos continues to grow.
Charl Van Wyk, a missionary from South Africa, will speak at the Oklahoma Seco nd Amendment Freedom Fellowship meeting April 16 at Heartland Church, 4506 S. Vancouver Ave.
In August of 1944, the Nazis liquidated the Lodz Ghetto in Poland. Among the last prisoners to leave were 250 male and 250 female Jews deemed "essential" workers in one of the ghetto's slave labor factories. This group of 500 was transported directly to Auschwitz, but their ordeal did not start or end there.
The atheists at the Freedom From Religion Foundation don't believe that God exists and they don't want to worship Him.
A Nevada Hindu is upset because state officials put on hold his application to put a monument to Lord Hanuman, a Hindu deity, on the Oklahoma Capitol grounds.
The battle by homosexual activists to restrict freedoms of Americans is raging in Indiana.
Oklahoma is a rural, agricultural state with a multi-billion dollar agriculture industry. It would seem logical for agricultural producers to have the right to produce food and fiber using the latest research-proven techniques. That is why Oklahoma Farm Bureau, the state's largest farm group, supports HJR 1012, co-authored by State Rep. Scott Biggs and State Sen. Jason Smalley.
The media has an ever-increasing track record of giving us false or at least misleading information when it comes to significant defining news events. From the attack on the USS Liberty and Pres. Johnson's Gulf of Tonkin Resolution to the Saudi's involvement on the terrorist attack of America on 9/11/2001, we are kept in the dark.
I first met U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine weeks before he decided to run for Congress from the First District. I had him as a guest on my radio show (Tulsa Beacon Weekend on AM970 KCFO at noon on Saturdays) and I was immediately impressed by a number of things.
Anyone who has read my column for any length of time knows that I believe that America was founded as a Christian nation, and not only it has been the most blessed nation in history, it has been a nation that has blessed the rest of the world like no nation ever has.
You may have noticed that the Tulsa metropolitan area population has slowed. As the article written by Curtis Killman says, "Much of the slowdown in population increase can be attributed to fewer people moving to the metropolitan area from other parts of the state and country."
The Congress (or at least the Republican majorities in the House and Senate) is deeply involved in the effort to, supposedly, arrive at a way to balance the federal budget for the next fiscal year.
Marriage is an incredible revealer of truth. It helps you discover not only a lot about your mate but about yourself as well. I lived in darkness for so long as a single man that God sent along someone who had a big flashlight and wasn't afraid to use it in my life.
Six legendary figures in Oklahoma golf will comprise the first class in the newly formed Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame.
Oklahoma basketball player Buddy Hield has until April 26 to decide if he will enter the 2015 National Basketball Association draft.
Three games into the season, the Tulsa Roughnecks FC seem to be a hit with the local soccer fans, even if the team has yet to win a game.
Mark Smith and Anthony Hibbert have joined the Oklahoma State strength and conditioning staff. The two will work closely with Rob Glass and the Cowboy football program.
The 13th Annual "Puddin' Haney" Golf Tournament will be April 20 at the Cherokee Hills Golf Course in Catoosa.
A Christian family combines hospitality with some of the best fly fishing in America in Southern Missouri
DORA, Mo. - Myron and Ann McKee have built an oasis in the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri that is famous for fly fishing but offers so much more.
BRANSON, Mo. – People like to look up to Janice Martin.
BRANSON, Mo. – There’s always something new in Branson but one thing is not new – a deep sense of patriotism and love for America.
BRANSON, Mo. – Two aspects of the production of Jonah by Sight & Sound Theater here are particularly striking.