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 By BRIAN BRUS    Regional    March 25, 2018

Cities to reinvent the Mother Road

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Used to be, U.S. Route 66 carried a lot of travelers between Chicago and Santa Monica, California, and that traffic brought tourism money into central Oklahoma. These days, that doesn't happen much at all. Warr Acres Vice...

 By Brian Brus    Regional    April 2, 2017

Oklahoma ranchers may benefit from Brazilian meat scandal

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A scandal about government meat inspections in Brazil has shaken the market worldwide and created opportunity for Oklahoma ranchers, agriculture industry watchers said. But the openings will be small initially, said Jim Robb,...


Officials with Stockyards City hopeful for 2017 events

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Stockyards City district Executive Director Pam Shelton doesn't intend to say goodbye to tourists and shoppers after the rush of year-end holidays. The Journal Record ( ) reports following the Cowboy...

 By Brian Brus    Regional    August 28, 2016

Oklahoma farms see agritourism industry grow

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Andy Wooliver would prefer to not haul his crop of pumpkins from the field by hand this season. Fortunately, he knows a lot of customers are willing to pay to do it themselves. "Our customers are always welcome to come pick any...


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