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Hal Clark - Ag Environmental Stewardship
Hal Clark has spent a lifetime raising cattle in the wide-open spaces and bitter extremes of our state’s panhandle.
Anna Belle Wiedemann - Ag Public Service
Anna Belle Wiedemann, a trailblazing agriculturist, is quick to say nothing good comes easy, and a little hard work never hurt anyone.
Virgil Jurgensmeyer - Ag Outstanding Achievement
Virgil Jurgensmeyer, owner of J-M Farms Inc., became interested in food safety as a young boy while helping his mother can vegetables.
Red Tape: Becoming a U.S. Citizen
Akash Patel shares his experiences as a once illegal immigrant who became a U.S. citizen in 2005.
Jack Givens - World War II Memories
Jack M. Givens, 2012 recipient of the Governor’s Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture, shares memories from World War II.
John Harned - Senior Living
Value Added: John Harned, president and CEO of Epworth Villa, visits with us about preparing for our golden years.
Doug Cox - At Odds with Health Care Reform
Emergency room doctor Doug Cox, a Republican legislator from Grove, is at odds with his own party when it comes to our state’s approach to federal health care ...
Ray Sanders - Clean Water Access
Water4 CEO Ray Sanders shares how his company is using technology to make clean water realistic for even the most remote areas.
Tom Vander Ark - Education Reform
Does an online digital education hinder students’ development of soft skills that are vital in the workplace?
David Cillay - Global Campus
Online learning vs. a traditional classroom isn’t an either/or choice, according to the director of Washington State University’s Global Campus.
Jamie Webster - Energy Exports
Domestic oil production is booming, and many people in the industry want to lift the ban on U.S. crude oil exports.
Impact of Mental Illness
Mental illness is the third leading cause of chronic disease in Oklahoma, which has both an economic and a social impact.
Mental Health Impacts Law Enforcement
Police officers must use handcuffs, leg irons and helmets to transport mentally ill people to treatment facilities, often heightening their anxiety.
Funding Mental Health and Drug Courts
The Smart On Crime Initiative seeks funding for mental health crisis facilities to keep patients out of the criminal court system.
Expense of Mental Health
Faster intervention for people with mental illnesses and addictions could aid in their full recovery.
Tom Hill - Making Character First
“Making Character First” is a step-by-step guide for transforming the culture of any organization to one of character.
Gov. Mary Fallin - Filling the Skills Gap
Gov. Mary Fallin works to begin an initiative to align education with workforce needs.
It Doesn't Take a Rocket Scientist
Rocket scientist Norm Augustine believes what happens in today's classrooms will determine our country's future.
Robert Sommers - STEM Skills Start Early
Employees without bachelor's degrees hold half of all high-tech jobs in STEM-related fields.
Steve Brown - FFA Is Important
National FFA Adviser Steve Brown shares his views on the importance of FFA in students’ lives.
Mike Boettcher - Reporting Under Fire
War correspondent Mike Boettcher lives in and works from some of the most dangerous spots in the world.
Dan Rooney - Folds of Honor
Folds of Honor has reached out and lifted up thousands of family members affected by the loss or injury of soldiers they love.
Conrad Weaver - The Great American Wheat Harvest
Conrad Weaver spent a year in Oklahoma wheat fields documenting the vital role of wheat in our nation’s food supply.
Mike Schulte - Drought Affects Wheat
Oklahoma Wheat Commission Executive Director Mike Schulte explains the importance of wheat to Oklahoma.
Jim Clifton - The Coming Jobs War
The CEO of Gallup and author of “The Coming Jobs War” says what everyone in the world wants is a good job.
Larry Parman - Oklahoma is Batman?
Commerce Secretary Larry Parman, stepping down at the end of 2014, says Oklahoma's economy could learn something from a certain superhero.
Steve Brown - FFA Is Important
National FFA Adviser Steve Brown shares his views on the importance of FFA in students’ lives.
Rob Neu - A Vision for the Future
Rob Neu talks about the challenges he faced as the new Oklahoma City Public Schools superintendent and his vision for the district’s future.
Robert Dugger - Early Childhood Education
Early childhood specialist Dr. Robert Dugger talks about the importance of early childhood development.
James Heckman - Childcare is a Social and Economic Issue
We visit with noted scholar and Nobel Prize winner James Heckman about the economic return on early childhood investment.