Cordell News and Announcements

  • Earth Talk: Assessing the Risks of Genetically Engineered Crops

    Dear EarthTalk: What are the potential health and environmental impacts of so many genetically engineered organisms in our food supply? -- F.C. Proponents of genetic engineering (GE)—whereby DNA from unrelated species is combined to produce improved or novel...

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  • This Week's Homes Sold in Cordell

    Below is the list of recently sold homes for Cordell OK. You can review MLS sale prices, home details and public records (including data from the tax assessor's office information) for all of the houses sold recently in Cordell. Be sure to bookmark this page and visit regula...

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  • AmericanTowns PR Tool: Getting publicity for your Cordell organization has never been easier

    If your nonprofit group in Cordell is looking to let the community know about an upcoming event, activity or initiative, our PR Tool is here to help! Here's how it works: when you post information to our Community Corner, you get automatic, FREE access to this easy-to-use to...

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  • Eat Local! Great Resources in the Cordell area

    What’s one small change that 1) significantly improves your health 2) helps the environment 3) boosts Oklahoma’s economy and 4) helps you win the lottery (OK, so we made that last one up)? Buying more food from local sources! Your typical supermarket fare travels an aver...

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  • Top 10 Byways and Highways

    As Americans, we love our cars and taking a drive out into the country or a ride to see fall colors and falling leaves is part of our shared experience. For some, getting behind the wheel is a chance to think, for others, it’s a chance not to think and to lose the troubles...

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  • Rooftops Newsletter:Hunger - An issue we can all agree on

    Senior hunger is a prevalent issue in Dallas County. Leaders in the local anti-hunger community are taking a real stand against this issue. One of those leaders is Baylor University’s Texas Hunger Initiative. read more...

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  • AmericanTown's Heroes: Jack Fussell Runs Across the Land For Alzheimer's Research

    Jack Fussell has set a goal to walk, jog and run across the country to stir up interest in Alzheimer's research and generate donations for the Alzheimer's Association. It won't be his first time. Fussell made a cross-country sojourn in 2013 and "raised a lot of money ($27,00...

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  • Help Voters Get Ready for Election Day

    Election Day is quickly approaching and the stakes are very high this season.  Millions of voters will participate in important national, state and local elections this year.  We hope you're planning to participate in the elections in your town and hope you'll enco...

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  • EarthTalk: Artificial Turf Issues

    Is it true that playing on artificial turf fields can cause cancer? If so, how can I minimize exposure for my sports-loving kids?   -- M.W. Just when you thought it was safe to play soccer on that brand new synthetic turf field, it may be time to thin...

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  • Earth Talk: Improving School Lunches

    Dear EarthTalk: I hear that many school cafeterias have nutrition standards no better—even worse—than those of fast food chains. What can be done about this?   -- B.E. Americans have done a great job making sure that our kids have something to ea...

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