Value News Articles–January 2022

Top Stories

Grammy Museum Curator Kelsey Goelz, Woody Guthrie Center Executive Director Deana McCloud and country music legend Wanda Jackson invite you to explore “Stronger Together: The Power of Women in Country Music” exhibit through April 4, 2022 at the Woody Guthrie Center, 102 E. Reconciliation Way, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Presented and Curated by the Grammy Museum® Woody Guthrie Center Exhibit Celebrates Some of Country's Leading Ladies

The Woody Guthrie Center has been a prized addition to Tulsa’s cultural arts scene since its very inception. The center has provided Oklahoma citizens with invaluable information about one of the state’s most extraordinary sons; though he passed at the early age of 55, his creative life was astoundingly prolific, and the center, now in its seventh year, honors Guthrie’s life by teaching visitors about his relevance today – as well as bringing attention to those who also embody his talent and his message of equality and justice. One such notable example is the current exhibition “Stronger Together: The Power of Women in Country Music. Read more »

What Weight-Loss Program is Right for You?

Are you having trouble losing weight? Read more »

Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo Earns ‘Small Rodeo of the Year’ Honors

Since 1947, the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA has been a favorite for rodeo fans, roping in audiences every year with its cowboys, competitions and other crowd-pleasing events. So favored is the Claremore-based rodeo that its recognition extends well beyond Oklahoma, and at the recent awards banquet held in Las Vegas, Nevada, the rodeo was selected as the 2021 Small Rodeo of the Year by both the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women’s Rodeo Association (WRPA). Read more »

Volunteers for Youth PAL+ Mentoring Program Celebrates National Mentoring Month with a Lunch & Learn

January is National Mentoring Month! Read more »

Home Improvements and Vendors: Sign-up Now for the Annual Claremore Home & Garden Show, March 25 – 26 Exhibitors and vendors build clientele and increase sales at the spring event.

In horticulture, a perennial is a plant with deep roots that weathers the cold winter months to return in the warmer seasons. Not unlike a perennial, the Claremore Home & Garden Show will be making its reappearance this spring in Claremore. Amateur or professional gardeners, do-it-yourselfers, anyone who take pride in their lawn, home interior or exterior, or those eager to undertake any project for their house or property can find something of interest at the upcoming annual event, scheduled for Friday, March 25, and Saturday, March 26, in Claremore. Read more »

Education

Chuck Perry, Superintendent of Broken Arrow Public Schools.

City, Chamber Welcome New BAPS Superintendent

Chuck Perry was named Superintendent on Dec. 14, 2021 Read more »

Health & Fitness

OSDH Extends COVID-19 Testing Hours at Local Health Departments

Extended hours, including weekends, are available. Read more »

Recreation/ Leisure

SPEAK WITH CONFIDENCE

Underutilized New Year's Resolutions

Read more »

Introducing PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri: Pantone Color Of The Year 2022

A new Pantone color whose courageous presence encourages personal inventiveness and creativity. Read more »

Would you like to see your business, organization, or event featured in Value News? Learn How »

Browse Archive +

Browse by Authors +

Subscribe
For Free!