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Will Rogers Statue Fun Fact
Oklahoma Horizon's Rob McClendon shares a fun fact about the statue of Will Rogers.
Woody Guthrie Folk Music Celebration
An Okemah, Okla., folk music celebration honors a man whose legacy was often overlooked because of his socialist leanings.
Oklahoma Socialism
Oklahoma Republicans call the state the reddest in the nation, but Oklahoma’s history includes the country’s strongest socialist movement.
Okemah's Hot & Cold Running Water
OETA's Lis Exon shows us why Okemah residents are warming up to their iconic hot and cold water towers.
Woody Guthrie Folk Music Celebration
An Okemah, Okla., folk music celebration honors a man whose legacy was often overlooked because of his socialist leanings.
Oklahoma Socialism
Oklahoma Republicans call the state the reddest in the nation, but Oklahoma’s history includes the country’s strongest socialist movement.
Okemah's Hot & Cold Running Water
OETA's Lis Exon shows us why Okemah residents are warming up to their iconic hot and cold water towers.
A Marine's Love Story
When forgotten audiotapes to his wife resurface and bring back faded memories, Marine warrior Charles Migliorino fulfills one final mission.
Jack Givens - Ag Hall of Fame 2012
World War II veteran Jack M. Givens is this year's recipient of the Governor's Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture.
Walter Scheffe - Atomic Bomb Close-up
We remember a longtime civic leader and friendly pharmacist from Enid, Walter Scheffe piloted the Yokohama Yo-Yo, whose crew photographed the first atomic bomb ...
Remembering Clara Luper - Civil Rights Leader
While Dr. King lead the civil rights movement in our country, it was Clara Luper who emerged as Oklahoma's civil rights leader.
A Marine's Love Story
When forgotten audiotapes to his wife resurface and bring back faded memories, Marine warrior Charles Migliorino fulfills one final mission.
Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum
We visit with Ian Swart, the Museum's Curator, about some interesting history of Northwestern Oklahoma, especially the town of Woodward where the museum is ...
Oklahoma Moment 4
We take a peek at a moment in Oklahoma's History from the Oklahoma History Center. This peek showcases the Oklahoma pioneer spirit which is truly evident in ...
Oklahoma Moment - Aviation Continued
We take a peek at a moment in Oklahoma's History from the Oklahoma History Center. This week's peek continues to showcase aviation.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1544
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at some of the conservation work going on around the state.
Dust to Dust
“Move or starve”: one migrant’s description of Oklahoma’s Dust Bowl. From 1935 to 1940, more than 300,000 Oklahomans left to find work.
Epic Hard Times - Black Sunday
The story of one Oklahoma family during the Dust Bowl shows the value of resilience in the face of overwhelming odds.
Conservation’s Shift to Quality
Anywhere you stand is a watershed, and anything you do in it can get back to a body of water used to slake the public thirst.
Real and Lasting Contributions
A hard day’s work helped pull our country out of the Great Depression and left us with some truly remarkable landmarks.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1552
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we remember a somber anniversary with some inspiring stories of perseverance in the face of tragedy.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1617
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at the value of work and how it can change lives.
Breaking the Barrier
The feminine touch is playing a role in restoring Oklahoma’s most iconic building, which was built entirely by men more than a century ago.
Trait Thompson - Capitol Restoration Costs
A century of neglect has created a hefty price tag for the restoration of Oklahoma’s state Capitol.
Walter Scheffe - Hiroshima Vet
Value Added: A longtime civic leader and friendly pharmacist from Enid, Walter Scheffe piloted the Yokohama Yo-Yo, whose crew photographed the first atomic ...
A Marine’s Love Story
Value Added: When forgotten audiotapes to his wife resurface and bring back faded memories, Marine warrior Charles Migliorino fulfills one final mission.
Randy Norfleet - My Lucky Day
Value Added: Marine Capt. Randy Norfleet and wife Jamie share their experiences during the Oklahoma City bombing 20 years ago.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1622
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we honor those who have served in uniform and have sacrificed so much for our country.
Missing Limbs: Be Bitter or Be Better
Noah Galloway makes no excuses for life-changing injuries sustained while serving his country, but shares his story to motivate and inspire others.
Fog of War
All soldiers in the Battle of Iwo Jima – those who survived, those who died and those who raised the flag on Mount Suribachi – are American heroes.