Brooke DeLong

For the Fleaks, fighting fires is a family affair

By Brooke DeLong / November 18, 2019

The Fleaks have been involved in the Sapulpa Fire Department for years (yes, Mom, too).

Nature Knows Best: Mental Health Awareness

By Brooke DeLong / October 24, 2019

Last week was mental health awareness week and I have been contemplating this subject from a natural perspective. Research suggests there are tens of millions of Americans suffering from a mental illness while only half receive treatment.  Mental illnesses should be taken just as seriously as a physical ailment. In fact, physical, emotional and mental…

What it’s like to be a part of the Creek County Ambulance Team

By Brooke DeLong / October 16, 2019

Columnist Brooke DeLong joins the Creek County Ambulance Service to see what a day is like for these first-responders.

What do you believe in? Who have you told?

By Brooke DeLong / October 8, 2019

Brooke talks about the importance of speaking out about your rights, freedoms and beliefs, and of registering to vote.

Nature Knows Best: Spice Up Your Life

By Brooke DeLong / September 12, 2019

All those spices in your cabinet? They do more than just make food taste better.

Nature Knows Best: Give Me A Break!

By Brooke DeLong / September 3, 2019

In our culture, busyness seems to be glorified. Our plates are overflowing; so, what can we do about it?

Nature Knows Best: Alzheimer Prevention

By Brooke DeLong / September 1, 2019

I never knew my grandpa healthy. While I spent a lot of time with him, he was a huge mystery to my little mind and heart. Sadly, there are probably millions of stories like mine.

Nature Knows Best: Balancing pH Levels

By Brooke DeLong / August 30, 2019

While there’s much more to humans than water, it did get me thinking. If I learned anything from having a husband and father who are both horticulturists it’s this; pH levels matter.

Nature Knows Best: Thinking Outside The Lunch Box

By Brooke DeLong / August 16, 2019

Before long, packing a lunch for school will get boring and monotonous. Here are some ideas to keep them great and healthy! Includes a free recipe for Texas Caviar!

The Creek County Memorial Law Ride: A Community Event

By Brooke DeLong / July 30, 2019

The Creek County Officer Memorial was damaged during the Memorial Day tornado that hit Sapulpa. Now a local motorcycle club wants to restore it.

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