Value News Articles–July 2018

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Oklahoma's Waterfalls

Oklahoma is graced with some of the most beautiful lakes with pristine shorelines in America. With close to 55,646 miles of shoreline, our state’s shoreline measures more than most of the gulf coast and Atlantic. Even more magnificent are the waterfalls. There is nothing like the beauty and essence of a cascading waterfall in the summertime. Have you ever considered taking a great waterfall adventure? Read more »

It's Christmas in July at BA Med Spa

The Christmas holiday is almost half a year away, but at BA Med Spa, it is just around the corner! Read more »

Swan Bros. Dairy adds pasteurized milk to products offered

In the state of Oklahoma, if you sell raw milk, it has to be from the farm. This law allows the consumer to see how the cows are treated, if they’re healthy, if the equipment is clean, and more. Just to buy raw milk from a farmer’s market, the consumer really wouldn’t know where it came or the conditions of the cows. Read more »

World Class Fun

Walking into Wheels and Thrills in Owasso for the first time, it’s hard not to be impressed. The 26,000 square foot facility boasts a massive skating rink -- 150’ by 75’ -- with a hardwood maple floor, state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and special effects, but there’s so much more to Wheels and Thrills than skating. Read more »

MIO Restaurant of the Month

Three years after Oklahoma became a state, in 1910, a man by the name of Henry Kamp, arrived in Oklahoma by train. He was a German immigrant who was headed to the Pacific Northwest; however, when he stopped in Oklahoma City, he never left. From that time, his brother, William, and he started a small grocery store at the corner of NW 25th and Classen Boulevard. Over the years, they became an Oklahoma City icon well known for their quality meats, deli, bakery and most of all their outstanding customer service. Read more »

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