In the rural, unassuming town of Pawnee, Okla., a piece of history is presented to visitors. Pawnee Bill Ranch symbolizes the pioneering spirit of the late 1800s and early 1900s. The ranch is a preserved and revered part of Oklahoma’s past. Gordon Lillie, who later took on the moniker Pawnee Bill while living and working with […]
The withering of nature in the fall brings unexpected colors and compositions that can be explored by an artist. Fall comes to Oklahoma with its peaceful beauty of oak forests, rivers, and lakes. Tatyana Nyborg, TCC Connection Metro Campus editor, presents pictures of the oak forest by Keystone Lake in northeastern Oklahoma.
Keystone Lake is a body of freshwater that leads from Mannford to Sand Springs and is 15 miles west of downtown Tulsa. There was once an entire “Old West Town” that was founded in 1900 that has since been flooded over with Keystone Lake’s waters. The Keystone Dam began construction in 1956 and ended construction […]
The Tulsa State Fair is a yearly tradition for Tulsa. It was held in the Expo Square Fairgrounds for two weeks from late Oct. 1-11. This fair was especially impressive drawing an estimated 1,040,000 attendees, according to the Tulsa State Fair infograph at https://www.tulsastatefair.com/ Chief Operating Officer for the Expo Square, Amanda Blair said that […]