How many times have you started getting the sniffles or feeling achy and wondered if you might have a cold, the flu or even an allergy? Although all three have similar symptoms, there are distinct differences between them.
As states continue to slash education budgets, schools respond by trying to squeeze even more out of their beleaguered teachers. What can we do? Project Appleseed, a non-profit public education advocate, is asking parents across the country to lend a hand in their child’s school.
Young artists statewide in 1st through 12th grades can submit works for the 2012 Youth Impressions Juried Art Show, presented by the Fine Arts Institute of Edmond. The show will run from January 14-27, and the deadline for entry forms is January 11th.
This time of year provides a great opportunity to ponder who and what is most important to us and to think about our goals and priorities.
Oklahoma State Parks will sponsor free, guided hikes in six state parks on New Year's Day as part of the America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative.
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Winter Bird Feeder Survey starts Jan. 5 and gives wildlife enthusiasts and their families an exciting way to kick off the New Year.
AAA Oklahoma is predicting 787,500 Oklahomans will drive 50 miles or more from home over the 11-day holiday period, a jump of 3.2 percent over travel levels a year ago.
In light of the challenges facing Oklahomans in need, Chesapeake Energy Corporation has stepped up its involvement in the fight against hunger. Through January 31, Chesapeake will match donations to the Regional Food Bank - up to $1 million.
New findings issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) state that children under the age of 2 should have stricter media limits than previously defined.
Reading Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa books gives children positive learning experiences