PICS: Hundreds turn out for the Harvest Carnival
Hundreds made it through the doors of the Payne County Expo Center Tuesday for the annual Harvest Carnival. Children had a chance to participate in games and activities for a good cause.
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BREAKING NEWS: Oklahoma State football won't lose practice time after all
Oklahoma State University working with the NCAA has found enough extra points to lift its four-year Academic Progress Rate for the football team to a 930, and the Cowboys will be allowed to practice the maximum of 20 hours a week this fall.
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Braille helps Stillwater woman turn adversity to opportunity
Jan Lavine’s life changed forever in 2006 when she lost part of her vision. She can still tell you the date and time it happened.
She didn’t realize at the time that the way she coped with that loss would set her on a path leading to opportunities she couldn’t imagine.
She recently was honored with a writing excellence award by the American Council for the Blind for her article “How Braille Changed My Life.”
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