Value News Articles–2021

Broken Arrow Announces New Departments, Directors

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Will Rogers Stampede Celebrating 75 Years!

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More for Mom on Mother's Day

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The Heart of Mexico

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The Heart of Mexico

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Zwick Love Story

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Oklahoma Trivia

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Silly Oklahoma Laws

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The Value of Laughter

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Unusual Pet Companions

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Photography Basics

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Tulsa’s Astonishing Holy Architecture

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Benefits of Chocolate

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First Responders: EMS

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First Responders: EMS

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First Responders: Firefighters

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First Responders: Firefighters

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First Responders: Police

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Eco-Friendly Car Wash Offers a Higher Level of Clean

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Forecasting a Happily Ever After

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Love Takes Time

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Unusual Pet Companions

By: Chris Putman | Category: Pets | Issue: April 2021

While the typical cat or dog remains the No. 1 and two picks respectively for pet ownership, some people prefer to think outside of the litter box when choosing their household companion. Among some of the most popular pets are fish, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs or birds.

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Photography Basics

By: Chris Putman | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: April 2021

As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. If that is true that picture better be a doozie, and quality photography doesn’t usually come without some seasoned skill. Most rookie shutterbugs fall in love with their own pictures and brag how they captured the most stunning expression on their subject’s face, but they are blind to the fact there is a flagpole in the background that looks like it is protruding out of their subject’s head. Many novices think they have captured the best landscape photo with brilliantly colored field flowers with snowcapped mountains framing the shot, but they didn’t notice that there is an overflowing trash can in the foreground that could have easily been framed out if they had just slowed down and did a check of each element within the frame.

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Déjà Vu

By: Brenda Michael-Haggard | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: April 2021

Tulsa Garden Club’s 70th Annual Garden Tour, Déjà Vu, showcases homeowner-inspired and professionally-designed landscape, hardscape, lightscape and water elements of four private mid-town Tulsa gardens. Tour Chair Cindy Davis notes, “Patrons enjoy an exclusive Déjà Vu Tour launch and recognition reception, Friday evening, April 30.” Charcuteray’s individually-boxed gourmet delights, beverages and entertainment will be stationed in three new private residences dubbed “Georgetown” just off Brookside.

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AVB Promotes Adam Doubek to Internal Control Officer

By: Cooper Rash | Category: Financial Services | Issue: April 2021

AVB Bank is pleased to announce the promotion of Adam Doubek. Doubek will be transitioning to the position of Internal Control Officer. He will serve as the bank’s Enterprise Risk Management Program Manager that includes implementation and oversight responsibility.

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AVB Bank Announces New Director of Human Resources

By: Cooper Rash | Category: Financial Services | Issue: April 2021

AVB Bank proudly announces the hiring of Candice Fuqua, who will serve as the Bank’s Director of Human Resources (HR). Fuqua will be responsible for planning and managing human resource programs and strategies for the bank, including recruiting and retention, employee relations and engagement, and day-to-day procedures.

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Zwick Love Story

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: April 2021

Once a teacher, always a teacher. If an individual becomes very skilled in a specific area, some develop a compelling drive to want to pass on that expertise to others. That seems to be the case with one Broken Arrow couple, Charles and Becky Zwick.

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Dream Big at the Spring Home and Outdoor Living Expo!

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: April 2021

Hello, Spring! Now is the time to freshen things up at home, and maybe even begin those new projects you’ve been dreaming about! It’s the perfect time for the Home and Outdoor Living Expo! In its sixth year, Tulsa Home Shows expertly brings together hundreds of exhibitors, showcasing the area’s best in home improvement providers, April 23-25.

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Eco-Friendly Car Wash Offers a Higher Level of Clean

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Automotive | Issue: April 2021

There is something so completely satisfying about a trip to the car wash on a pretty day. For the absolute best clean in Claremore, West Side Car Wash hits the spot. The facility, located at 122 N. Davis Ave., has been the highest quality wash in town since August 2019. People drive great distances to take advantage of their automatic and self-serve clean, and a unique, technologically advanced facility.

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Home of Hope and Rogers County Training Center Hosts 36th Annual Golf Classic

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Rogers County | Issue: April 2021

On May 7, 2021, RCTC will host their 36th annual Golf Classic and 19th Hole Silent Auction. The tournament will take place at the Heritage Hills Golf Course, with proceeds directly supporting people with developmental and other disabilities at RCTC, and job sites in the surrounding area. The Classic is a 4-man scramble with designated tee times and flights. A Hole-in-One prize of a new car will be sponsored by Kissee Ford. Home-cooked hamburgers and hotdogs, as well as lots of exciting golf games, will make for a fun day on a beautiful course.

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Tulsa’s “Guaranteed Lowest Price” Home Improvement Center

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: April 2021

A new and exciting way to shop for your next home remodel will have you saying, "I can do that!" Home Outlet of Tulsa welcomes you to experience their unmatched quality, value, selection, and service for your next home project! Home Outlet, located at 7030 S. Memorial Drive, is an employee-owned and operated building supply retailer that offers the guaranteed lowest prices on quality kitchen, bath, and flooring remodel for DIY products. Customers will find an extensive array of products to fit any budget, project and style. A Lowest Price Guarantee makes it even easier to have the kitchen or bath of your dreams.

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Spring Cleaning!

By: Value News | Category: Professional Services | Issue: April 2021

Winter has finally faded away and spring colors are in bloom. While it might look restorative outside your home, your chimney and dryer vents may still be dealing with a gloomy, cold weather hangover. A good spring cleaning is an opportunity to refresh your home and enable you to enjoy all the benefits of Oklahoma’s seasonal change.

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Auto Tech for Teens

By: Value News | Category: Automotive | Issue: April 2021

When was the last time you checked your tire pressure or changed a tire? Checked your own fluid levels and oil? Learning a few simple skills can help you avoid a roadside bind. I think most of us agree that our vehicle is one of our largest investments that are important to our livelihood and independence. So why haven’t we done a better job teaching ourselves and children about taking care of our vehicles?

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Work & Marriage: Teamwork Makes Dreamwork

By: Value News | Category: Special Interest | Issue: April 2021

It is said “teamwork makes the dream work,” and these words can apply to almost any situation as motivation to work together, but for Troy and Debbie Edmonds, it means a little bit more.

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The Value of Laughter

By: Chris Putman | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: April 2021

Adults do this about 17 times per day. Children do it a whopping 300 times or more per day. What is it that children are doing that is outperforming adults so much more inexhaustibly? Laughing.

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A Toast to Summertime

By: Shannon Smith | Category: Restaurants | Issue: April 2021

A toast to summer - literally! World traveler and professional chef, Shannon Smith, teaches us how to transform a simple slice of toast into a gourmet snack, dessert or even a meal, and find recipes for some of her top favorite toast-toppers including a BLT with Scrambled Eggs, Lemon Chicken Salad with Almonds, Avocado & Crushed Corn Chips and a delicious Patty Melt.

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Fun for the Entire Family!

By: Value News | Category: Rogers County | Issue: April 2021

Spring has sprung at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum and events this year are more fun than ever! Event dates are planned to include a “Barter Bash” for kids to trade toys, “Family Days” where you can participate in live demonstrations, “Shindig” with live music, and “Movie Night” in their newly renovated Will Rogers Theatre. There is more to do, see and participate in than ever before with more events on the horizon.

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25th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival Six Weekends of Merriment!

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Why Customers Love Tile by Tony Remodeling

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2021

When it comes to making improvements to our homes, trust is a major component in making the right choice for such an investment. Tony Sementi, Owner of Tiles by Tony, is well known for his honesty and for the highest caliber of workmanship that he provides. Since 1982, Tony has built a highly reputable business that his customers trust, knowing they are getting the absolute best quality workmanship for their investment. Read more to discover how Tile by Tony can beautifully complete any remodel in your home.

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Love Your Home in a Whole New Way

By: Tanya Andrews | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2021

The annual event is a two-day exposition which features a variety of vendors who are offering free information to help those interested in full service to amateur and veteran do-it-yourselfers with home improvement projects of all sizes, as well as offering financing, new buildings, materials, plants, flowers and more, all in one place.

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Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Announce the Officers for 2021

By: Debra West | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: March 2021

Introducing the Officers for 2021, President Jennifer Brunn, Vice-President Celeste Tillery, Secretary Jennifer Weber and Treasurer Alice Meledeo. We are continuing to plan and prepare for the upcoming year. Thank you to Cherokee Nation Businesses, the Oklahoma Arts Council and to the many individuals who support, encourage and help us achieve our scholarship goals and bring cultural awareness to our community.

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Scholarship Applications for the Upcoming 2021-2022 School Year are Available

By: Value News | Category: Education | Issue: March 2021

The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club sponsor ten (10) Cherokee students, male or female, entering college, with a $600.00 per academic year scholarship or endowment.

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Driveways Built to Last by LCI

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2021

One of the most under appreciated parts of a home may very well be the driveway. We walk (and drive) all over them! Incidentally, most people won’t notice how important this facet really is, until it’s in need of repair. Kalan Paul, owner of LCI Concrete, specializes in driveway replacement and repair, and is the expert to call when a driveway needs attention.

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A Taste of Nayarit, Mexico

By: Shannon Smith | Category: Restaurants | Issue: March 2021

I spent the first two weeks of this new year in the state of Nayarit, Mexico, located on the Pacific coast, just north of Puerto Vallarta. Most people travel to Puerto Vallarta to enjoy the beaches and perfect weather, and I did my share of that. But, the main reason I went was to meet Chef Alondra Maldronado, a cookbook author who has lived her entire life in the state of Nayarit.

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Real Life Love Story: Love at First Sight

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: March 2021

Who believes in love at first sight? Isn’t that found just in fairytales? Isn’t love at first glance only found in television shows like “Married at First Sight”? Does that ever happen in everyday life and the relationship actually have a happy ending? One Tulsa couple says, “Yes!”

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Premium Steel Roofing Will Last a Lifetime

By: Value News | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: March 2021

As specialists in remodeling exteriors and protecting homes with the strongest materials available on the market, ABC Seamless of NE Oklahoma owners Ed and Leanna Yoder are local leaders in steel siding, gutters, roofing, windows and design.

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Get Your Motor Runnin’!

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Rogers County | Issue: March 2021

Warmer temperatures and longer days are making their comeback, and the changing season not only generates the usual outdoor upkeep, but can bring a chance for adventure! TNG Power Equipment is the authority on outdoor power, offering service, repair and sales of mowers, hand-held equipment, wood pellet stoves, generators, power washers, side by sides ATV, GoKarts, and newly introduced mini retro motorbikes, and mini-Jeep style ATVs! They’ve got just about anything you need to get your motor runnin’!

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Pest Prevention is Peace of Mind

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: March 2021

With the arrival of spring and warmer temperatures, destructive termites begin to swarm in masses, seeking to secure the survival of their species. They are indiscriminate on where they colonize, and the grander their numbers, the greater the damage they can cause. Shelia Disler, Vice President at Mother Nature’s, compares their situation to a scene similar to Game of Thrones. “Swarm season is mating time for future kings and queens, and they are working to build new colonies,” she said. “They are very social insects and there’s a lot of drama.” As with all pest control, prevention is key.

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Teaching Teens and Parents about Auto Care

By: Value News | Category: Automotive | Issue: March 2021

When was the last time you checked your tire pressure or changed a tire? Checked your own fluid levels and oil? Learning a few simple skills can help you avoid a roadside bind. I think most of us agree that our vehicle is one of our largest investments that are important to our livelihood and independence. So why haven’t we done a better job teaching ourselves and children about taking care of our vehicles?

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Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Announce the Officers for 2021

By: Debra West | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: February 2021

Introducing the Officers for 2021, President Jennifer Brunn, Vice-President Celeste Tillery, Secretary Jennifer Weber and Treasurer Alice Meledeo. We are continuing to plan and prepare for the upcoming year. Thank you to Cherokee Nation Businesses, the Oklahoma Arts Council and to the many individuals who support, encourage and help us achieve our scholarship goals and bring cultural awareness to our community.

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What Does Our Tulsa County Assessor's Office Do?

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Financial Services | Issue: February 2021

The mere idea of property taxes might seem burdensome and confusing, but gaining an understanding of the fundamentals pertaining to the subject can be advantageous to every homeowner. Your Tulsa County Assessor, John A. Wright, believes that all citizens benefit by understanding the function, responsibility, and performance of the County Assessor’s Office, and how they work for you. A comprehensive website enables users with valuable tools that every homeowner can utilize and benefit from. Read more to discover how your County Assessor is working for you.

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Real Life Love Story: Nancy and Bob Stillman

By: Chris Putman | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: February 2021

Folks just love to hear the story of how a couple that has been married for decades first encountered each other. Girls giggle with delight to hear how the young lad was smitten when spotting the damsel for the first time. They are thrilled to hear how it was love at first sight, and then they married and lived happily ever after. But what if that blissfully married couple had a nontraditional first meeting? What if this couple met at a divorce recovery workshop—and one of them had never been married or divorced? Now that’s a twist of fate.

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Real Life Love Story: Angela and Brant

By: Danger Geist | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: February 2021

Meet Brant and Angela, two longtime Oklahomans – though Brant would be quick to tell you that he’s a Northern Californian at heart, originally from the Lake Tahoe area. In 1979, Brant moved to Tulsa to study at the Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology. Brant thought he was paving his way for his professional future, but apparently, the move was meant to be life-changing in more ways than one. Brant’s roommate worked at Target, and his colleagues would sometimes hang out at Brant’s apartment, including one born-and-bred young Oklahoman woman.

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Real Life Love Story: Alexis and Jean

By: Value News | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: February 2021

In a world overwhelmed by politics, racial tensions, pandemics and wars, people crave positive and heart-warming stories that take their minds off the chaos, such as stories of love. One of those stories is of Alexis and Jean Toussaint.

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Cooking with Cannabis at Pharmer's Market

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Special Interest | Issue: February 2021

It's a very rare thing for a business to be built on the principles of kindness, but the very foundation of MedPharm was firmly created as a way to help people through the use of medicinal marijuana and as a means of supporting animal rescue and other local charities. It is their mission to share compassion through cannabis.

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Custom Cakes and Sweets for All Occasions

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Special Interest | Issue: February 2021

Who doesn’t dream of making a living doing what they love? For Haylie Choate, her ardor for baking and reading have helped her to build a business that she is passionate about, while providing her customers with a product that they love. At the Bookworm Cakery and Gifts, located at 119 W. Blue Starr Dr ve, in Claremore, customers can stop in for a tasty treat and shop for some of the most unique gifts items available for anyone who loves to read. Guests can find a multitude of clever items, such as literary-themed teas, home décor, candles, bookbags, bookmarks, and so much more. Customers have not only discovered a love affair with her quaint and charming shop but with her incredible baking and cake decorating skills.

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Real Life Love Story: Dr.s Alesha and Josh Baker

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: February 2021

Do you believe in love at first sight? Are soul mates real? Many people are perplexed by the mysteries of love, but for Dr. Josh and Dr. Alesha Baker, there is no question.

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Right Cabinets at the Right Price

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: February 2021

Recent events have given cause for more time in our sanctuaries, and for some, an interest in improving their spaces. Cabinetry is one of the most valuable improvements that can be strategically designed in a home, for functionality and style. Premium Cabinets of Tulsa has built a strong reputation for providing their customers with the highest quality in semi-custom cabinetry while maintaining affordability. They specialize in new, superior class replacement cabinetry for kitchens and bathrooms, and work with their clients on design for optimal functionality and inspired aesthetics.

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Nadia Yakshin Named New Assistant Vice President & Branch Manager at AVB Bank

By: Value News | Category: Financial Services | Issue: February 2021

Nadia Yakshin, former Assistant Branch Manager, was promoted to Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President of the Downtown Broken Arrow/Rose District Branch, located at 322 South Main Street. As Branch Manager, Yakshin plays an integral role in the day-to-day operations of the branch. Her responsibilities include supervision of branch retail staff and oversight of branch operations.

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Have a Greener Lawn with Fertilization and Weed Control

By: Mary Bransford | Category: Lawn & Garden | Issue: February 2021

Fertilization and weed control are both crucial to maintaining a healthy, green lawn. Anyone who has taken the DIY approach to lawn care is familiar with trial and error in the yard. Too much fertilizer – or the wrong mixture – means the grass will burn up and die, effecting the exact opposite of the intended result. Sooner Lawn will determine the proper right mix of fertilizer to ensure grass thrives with minimal effort on the owner’s part. “It is important to water following fertilization,” says Tim Nguen, owner. With proper fertilization and watering cycles, owners will see positive results. Within weeks, thick, healthy grass will be growing.

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Get 1:1 With New Customers

By: Value News | Category: Rogers County | Issue: February 2021

Prospective homeowners who are considering a new build, remodeling, and decorating generally take the time to gather ideas for architectural choices, housing plans and layouts, and interior and exterior materials and equipment, especially products and services that feature new, innovative, and energy-saving attributes.

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A Winter Italian Holiday

By: Shannon Smith | Category: Restaurants | Issue: February 2021

I’m often asked my favorite country to visit. Of the 51 countries I’ve visited, I can’t help but answer “Italy.” I’ve traveled there 16 times, and there’s just something about it that keeps me coming back. Of all the times I’ve visited, my trip in February 2019 was one of the best. Sure, it’s nice to go in October during the grape and olive harvest, but the crowds of tourists drive me insane. The first time I went to Tuscany, I learned to make this lemon pasta that is one of my favorite dishes of all time. And it’s perfect to make for Valentine’s Day, even if you’re stuck in Oklahoma.

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How to Create Your Own Vision Board

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: February 2021

So, how does one set these life-changing goals? What does that look like? Is it a New Year’s resolution? Most resolutions don’t make it to the 30-day mark. Is it a checklist of 10 things to accomplish before the year’s end? Many checklists are lost and forgotten along the way. One method that keeps the goal in front of one’s eyes is in the form of a vision board.

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Disinfecting Day Care and Children’s Centers

By: Value News | Category: Professional Services | Issue: February 2021

The latest in protection and prevention is available from Midwest Pathogend Services, serving Northeast Oklahoma and the surrounding areas. They provide a service using procedures, and technology designed for healthcare facilities, hospitals, and surgery centers using: Hydrogen Peroxide Micron- Fogging. It is a scientifically proven treatment to bio-decontaminate your space and kill nasty germs and pathogens like spores, viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi including Cdiff, Norovirus, TB, Legionella, Salmonella, Staph, Influenza, Measles, Chickenpox and more in every corner, crevice, nook and cranny.

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Port City Metals Partners with Midwest Pathogend Services for All Their Workspace Disinfection Needs

By: Value News | Category: Professional Services | Issue: February 2021

In a world where your biggest enemy is downtime, Port City Metals chooses Midwest Pathogend Services for all of its workspace disinfection needs. Port City Metal Services prides itself on taking care of the health of their employees while running a streamlined operation. Their company-wide philosophy is called: Intelligent Efficiency. It permeates everything they do – from stocking massive, ready-to-go inventory of steel plate, to kitting parts for faster assembly; they are always on-the-go in their technology and processes.

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In Search of Spirits

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

With the changing leaves and a lingering chill in the air, the coming of Fall can conjure eerie inspiration. October is a time when many find entertainment in exploring the unknown, but for some, it is a year-round endeavor. Would you seek to find spirits in the dark?

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Guardian Angels

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

Angels are often depicted as fat little babies with wings that are sent into individual’s lives to give enlightenment, guidance, and protection. Not a very good image for building a person’s confidence in their wisdom and supremacy. As it turns out, however, they are very physically superior spiritual beings that are highly intelligent, very powerful and have specific jobs in the Kingdom.

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What are the Effects of a Full Moon?

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

What can turn someone who is amiable by nature into someone who is confrontational, have unpredictable mood swings, and even become violent for no apparent reason? It can result in more traffic accidents, increased suicides, and can even fill a hospital nursery. What is this powerful culprit that is so invasive and, at worst, even be destructive?

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Dreams and Their Meanings

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

Many don’t realize that people get a lot done during their sleep. They tend to clean house, so to speak, of emotions that have been in play during their day. It’s an overnight therapy session of sorts, and it’s a time to file away those memories made. Most of the psychological work is done during those mysterious minutes call REM or rapid eye movement phase of sleep. Bottom line, what is that nighttime movie being watched in our head?

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Soup Season

By: Shannon Smith | Category: Restaurants | Issue: January 2021

I always think of January as the perfect month for making soup since the weather is chilly, and soup warms the body and soul. This January, however, I’ll be spending most of my time in Mexico where the weather is pleasantly warm. I’ll be studying different Mexican cuisines around the country, and I’m sure soup will be on at least one of my cooking agendas.

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It's Time for Claremore's Premier Wedding Show...

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Rogers County | Issue: January 2021

The idea of planning a dream wedding is thrilling and exciting, with so many magical possibilities to consider! A one-stop-shop for all of the elements that make for most noteworthy nuptials can be experienced at the enchanting city of Claremore’s newest wedding show. Say Yes To I Do!

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How to Create Your Own Vision Board

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

There are some people who are achievers in life. You can see the focus in their eyes, and each step they take is deliberate. They know what they want, they know each move they must make to get to their destination, and their life reflects their intentionality. Then there are others who seem to flounder. Some don’t figure out what they want for decades, if at all, and some misstep time and again. What separates these individuals from one another?

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Jeff Galloway's: Train for a 5K/10K

By: Value News | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: January 2021

Okay, so many of us have been indoors and gained a few unwanted pounds over the past few months. One of the best, lowest-cost ways, to improve your lifestyle and lose weight is to set a goal and train for a 5K or 10K. Realistically, a 5K is a great distance for a beginner; its 3.1 miles and you can prepare in just two months. We found Jeff Galloway’s training schedule to be efficient and effective.

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200+ Things to do at Home

By: Value News | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: January 2021

It’s always fun to do something new, but often we fall into the trap of spending our free time the same way. Let’s be honest, it can be quite dull and uneventful following the same monotonous routine day in and day out. Trying new things and enhancing experiences that already make you happy helps us relieve monotony, vanquish fears, boredom and allow us to expand our minds and learn. If you’re stuck in the same old routine, it might be time to try something new.

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