"I play a small town bakery owner, my character's name rhymes with Ree, and it's a relatively small, supporting role... but a fun one," Drummond said in a post on the Pioneer Woman website.
Ladd Drummond drove himself to the Pawhuska hospital only to find out he had fractured his neck in two places, one of which was "very close to being catastrophic," his wife wrote.
"I want to thank you all for your prayers for our family," Ree Drummond wrote to fans on Facebook.
The nephew, 21-year-old Caleb Drummond, is in critical condition in a Tulsa hospital, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported
"Frontier Follies: Adventures in Marriage and Motherhood in the Middle of Nowhere" (William Morrow, $26.99) will be released Tuesday.
"Our dogs are very picky when it comes to store-bought treats," Ree Drummond said. "That's why I thought this would be a fun project, to come up with recipes that would mimic some of my recipes, and that they would even look a bit like people food."
The Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain is seeking talented young artists in Owasso to attend its annual arts academy for high s…
She also recently filmed more episodes of her hit Food Network show, “The Pioneer Woman.”
Steven Poe and his wife, Tiffany, plan to hand over their property for $140 and some heartfelt words.
Ree Drummond teamed with Kraft Heinz on the venture.
Ree and Ladd Drummond had grown up just an hour away from each other. She was hardly a cowgirl; she'd taken ballet and lived next to a golf course.
Drummond stopped at two Tulsa-area Walmart stores on Saturday to meet and greet fans, first at the 10938 S. Memorial Drive store and then at the 12200 S. Waco Ave. store in Glenpool.
Other inductees were Tulsan Jon Stuart, Paul Allen of Enid, Waukomis native Mo Anderson, David Rainbolt of Oklahoma City and Charlie Christian of Oklahoma City, who was inducted posthumously.
Bryce Drummond, a 6-foot-4 sophomore quarterback, is helping spur a Huskies football rebirth along the lines of what his mom has done for Pawhuska.
Every September, Bill and Paula Jacobs set aside four to six trees to give to Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman, to use in her annual Christmas show filmed at her lodge in Pawhuska.
Make plans to see The Lodge, the Drummond family guest house, which also serves as the production location for Ree's Food Network show.
The restaurant, featuring wood-fire cooked pizzas, wings, salads, desserts and craft cocktails, is located at 515 Kihekah Ave. in Pawhuska, about a block away from the flagship Pioneer Woman Mercantile.
In the article by Shay Spence, she credits the eight-room boutique hotel to her business partner and husband, Ladd.
“I’ve always loved our small town and it just thrills me that the Mercantile is giving people a chance to see what it’s all about,” she says.
The store and its warehouse has generated 235 jobs and led to the creation of 20 new businesses in the year since it opened.
The Food Network’s “Pioneer Woman” signed copies of her latest cookbook, “Come and Get It,” at the Cracker Barrel in Owasso Thursday afternoon.
The Food Network’s “Pioneer Woman” signed copies of her latest cookbook, “Come and Get It.”
The meet-and-greet Thursday, Dec. 21, will promote her newest cookbook "Come And Get It."
In its annual list of America's 100 largest landowners, The Land Report reveals that as of 2016 the Drummond family owns 433,000 acres of property.