Have you ever listened to a song and felt shivers run up your spine or goosebumps on your arms? There is actually a scientific term for this.
This, and a few other interesting factoids about one of the nation’s most ubiquitous fruits.
During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1963, three naval officers argued over whether or not the depth charges the US Navy was dropping were the start of World War III. Two of them wanted to launch nuclear missiles in retaliation; one held out.
I was born in 1951. Take a look at my yellow Studebaker, it is 41 days older than me and was a futuristic-looking car for its day. Life was different back then and I am so glad I got to experience it.
First Presbyterian Church of Sapulpa is now officially known as 1st Church of Sapulpa. We talked to Pastor Wally Johnson to find out what was behind the name change.
This and some other fun facts about Lunar dust.
Astronomy is the study of celestial objects and phenomena throughout our universe. It is one of the oldest scientific disciplines and began with counting stars and naming constellations.
John F. Kennedy would later look back and say that “This was not only the most dangerous moment of the Cold War. It was the most dangerous moment in human history.”
This new column will highlight local churches and ministries, and what they are doing to reach out to the community and help where needed.
We’re thrilled to bring the stories of longtime-Herald columnist John Mark Young online for the first time.