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Gardening articles from NewsOK

Digging out from avalanches of Christmas past
If you're feeling like the space in your basement, closet or garage you devote to holiday storage is getting out of control, this may be the year to tame the Christmas creep. It's hard not to add something new each year to your decoration stash. But it's hard to make time to actually edit. There are plenty of... Read More
After 25 years, greener pastures for Keller Williams Green Meadow
Casey Cook's Keller Williams Green Meadow started with 19 agents and now has about 300, with a goal of 500, working out of the main office at 1624 SW 122, and offices at 1716-A S Post Road in Midwest City and 816 E Federal St. in Shawnee. Read More
Custer mystery novel, like everything else, is about real estate
It took some doing at first to get a real estate column out of "The Custer Conspiracy." Read More
Oklahoma City area home and garden notes
Oklahoma City area home and garden notes for Dec. 9. Read More
Marni Jameson: From downsized to rightsized: Goodbye, Happy Yellow House
Marni Jameson discusses why she moved out of the Happy Yellow House, which seemed like the perfect home. Read More
Bird care = garden care
Bird care = garden care. Read More
Real estate notes from The Oklahoman for Dec. 9, 2017
Real estate notes from The Oklahoman for Dec. 9, 2017 Read More
Read for kicks about Route 66
Reedy Press in St. Louis, despite a devastating fire just three weeks ago, said it will have a fresh press run of "Secret Route 66: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure" by Jim Ross and Shellee Graham by Dec. 18. Read More
Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Dec. 9, 2017
Oklahoma City building permits from The Oklahoman for Dec. 9, 2017. Read More
The rise and fall of ivy, How a social climber went rogue
The rise and fall of ivy: How a social climber went rogue. Read More

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