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    High School Senior Athlete of the Week: Rachel Roquemore

    This week we are honoring Rachel Roquemore of Putnam City High School. Rachel is a soccer player and Cross Country star for The Pirates. Off the field, she is the PCO class Valedictorian and is ranked first out of 408 students. She scored a 33 on her SAT and maintains a 4.679 GPA. Rachel plans on attending OU on an academic scholarship and hopes to major in science and one day do brain research. In addition to that, she also […]

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    High School Senior Athlete of the Week: Rylee Tucker

    This week we’re honoring Rylee Tucker of Edmond North. Rylee is a tennis player for the Huskies and ranked number 2 in the state. Rylee’s helped Edmond North win back to back State Championships and won the number two singles title last year individually. She’s a member of National Honor Society and volunteers at the Edmond Food Bank and for Special Olympics. She’ll attend the University of Nebraska next year. If you would like to nominate a high school athlete […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – Plants in containers

    You know when you go to the garden center you’re going to see plants growing in containers of all sizes, one gallon, two gallon, five gallon, forty-five gallon, one hundred gallon. What you’re doing is buying a plant in a container and what that means is the root system of the plant is all contained in the container. So, it means you can pretty much plant that plant any time of year. Make sure though, with the types of summers […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – Understanding what kind of soil you have

    When planting trees in Oklahoma, one thing you can be sure of is you’re going to encounter a number of different types of soils, but it’s important that you understand what kind of soil that you’re going to be growing a tree in so that you can select a tree that’s going to do well there. So, if you have doubts about that bring in your soil or get some soil tests done. But just make sure you understand your […]

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    High School Senior Athlete of the Week: Josh Flowers

    This week we are honoring Josh Flowers of Midwest City High School. Not only does Josh play baseball, but he’s on drum line as well. Josh’s day at Midwest City High School usually begins at 6:00am and ends at 6:00pm. He carries a 4.12 GPA and is in National Honor Society. On the field, Josh was a 2nd Team, all Oklahoma Big 10 Conference. He also plans on becoming an engineer after he graduates from high school. If you would […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – The best way to plant a tree

    We also get asked all the time, “What’s the best way to plant a tree?” Well, the first thing you need to know is you don’t just dig a hole and stick it in there. You’ve got to be able to get the plant in place for what it’s going to take to get this tree planted and it will save you some work probably. The best thing to do is to measure the root ball that is there, because […]

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    High School Senior Athlete of the Week: Maya Thompson

    This week we are honoring Maya Thompson, a multi-sport star from Classen School of Advanced Studies. Maya has played volleyball and basketball for the Comets for four years. She has a weighted GPA of over 4.1 and has already completed 15 credit hours for college. She’s a classical piano major, volunteered at last year’s Alzheimer’s Association Walk and is a candidate for Valedictorian at Classen. If you would like to nominate a high school athlete who is a ‘Senior’ this […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – Trees are your most valuable resource

    When it comes to landscape plants, trees are your most valuable resource that you’re going to have in your landscape, so it’s real important that you do the right things to get your trees off to the right start. We have more trees die because they get over watered than they do because they get under watered. You have to really understand your soil conditions and be able to keep an even watering on that tree and not saturate in […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – Start with a good plan

    We talked about curb appeal, we talked about being practical with your landscape so everything from a low maintenance landscape design all the way up to concept designs. Like I said before, there’s a A and Z and there’s a million things in between. So with low maintenance though you can always find a lot of really neat plants that are hearty and tough for here, blended together that’s going to make something that’s low maintenance not look low maintenance. […]

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    High School Senior Athlete of the Week: Spencer Cothran

    This week we are honoring Edmond North’s Spencer Cothran. Spencer has started all four years at shortstop for the Huskies Baseball Team. He’s has maintained over a 4.0 GPA while taking several college courses. He’s active in his church’s Youth Group and Fellowship of Christian Athletes and volunteers with several organizations. Cothran plans to attend Auburn University where he’ll study engineering. If you would like to nominate a high school athlete who is a ‘Senior’ this year, just go to […]

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    Marcum’s Nursery – Curb Appeal

    So many times I hear from people, “Hey, I want some curb appeal.” Curb appeal makes people notice your place. It makes them want to buy your place. It makes them want to do a whole lot of things, but certainly curb appeal adds value to your property. Trees, shrubs, all those kinds of things out there really do go a long way towards increasing the value. If you’re looking at a blank space that doesn’t have any trees on […]