Links Mentioned On Nov. 25, 2020


Wednesday, November 25th 2020, 3:22 am
By: News 9


Riversport Skiing Simulation

Riversport Oklahoma City says they will be adding a new attraction to their facility called Ski OKC.

The new experience will be an indoor ski slope for Oklahomans to enjoy alpine skiiing and snowboarding.

Click here for more information.

Debris Pickup Deadline

Wednesday is the last day for Edmond residents to drop off storm debris at Hafer Park.

The site will accept debris until 6 p.m. and curbside pickup will stop for the holiday weekend and pick back up Monday.

Click here for more information on Edmond debris pickup.

Click here for information on OKC debris pickup.

Click here for information on Yukon debris pickup.

Click here for information on Mustang debris pickup.

Kendra Horn Final Town Hall

Oklahoma's Democratic Congresswoman Kendra horn will host her final virtual town hall of the 116th Congress at 12 p.m. Friday December 4, 2020.

The event will be streamed live on her Facebook page.

Norman Animal Welfare Adoptions

Norman's animal welfare is altering its services and waiving adoption fees due to COVID-19.

Click here for a list of changes.

Deep-Fry Turkey Tips

The Edmond Fire Department has posted tips on how to safely deep-fry turkey.

  1. Turkey fryers can easily tip over spilling hot oil across a large area.
  2. Use your turkey fryer only outdoors on a sturdy, level surface well away from things that can burn.
  3. Make sure to have a “3-foot kid- and pet-free zone” around your turkey fryer to protect against burn injuries.
  4. An overfilled cooking pot will cause the oil to spill over when the turkey is placed inside.
  5. Determine the correct amount of oil needed by first placing the turkey in the pot with water.
  6. A partially frozen turkey will cause hot oil to splatter. Make sure your turkey is completely thawed before you fry it.
  7. Turkey fryers can easily overheat and start a fire. Check the temperature often with a cooking thermometer so the oil won’t overheat.
  8. The pot, lid, and handles of a turkey fryer can get dangerously hot and cause burn injuries. Use long cooking gloves that protect your hands and arms when you handle these items.

Click here for details.