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One Pharmacist’s View

Ain’t This A Wonderful Country!

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Babylon Bee Satires

WHITE HOUSE INSTALLS TOUCH AND LEARN ACTIVITY DESK IN OVAL OFFICE SO BIDEN CAN FEEL LIKE HE'S WORKING WHILE JILL IS RUNNING THE COUNTRY WASHINGTON, D.C. — In order to let President Biden feel like he is still working, the White House has installed a “Touch-And-Learn” activity desk for Biden to play at while First Lady Jill Biden runs the country.

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Around Town......by John Bill Martin

Harrah Happenings Farmers Market extended in Park The weekly Famers Market held each Saturday from 9 a.m. until Noon in Harrah Heritage Park has moved to a new location. The event is now open to the public at the North end of the park with more vendors, expanded and dedicated parking spaces.

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Save the Date – July 27, 2024

Climate Resilient Farming and Living

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Clearview News:

Sympathy is extended to the Johnson/Horn family on the death of Clarence Horn. Clarence is the son of the late Ira and Alberta Johnson Horn who have roots in Clearview. He is the nephew of the late Mary Ann Ballard of Clearview. Please continue your prayers for Otis Davis, Essie Mae Grundy, Marjorie Plunket, Clarence Horn, Terry Normore, and Jerry French as they struggle with cancer. Remember those on our sick list, Irene Carson, Taft Forshee, Tiger French, Wilbert Zackery, Yolanda Jackson, Becki Stripling, Christopher Stripling, and Earnest Hamilton.

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Oklahoma African American Educator’s Hall of Fame, Inc. Announces 2024 Inductees

The Oklahoma African American Educator’s Hall of Fame, Inc. announces the 2024 inductees for their induction ceremony to be held on September 27, 2024 at the Grand Casino Event Center in Shawnee, Oklahoma. The thirteen-member board made their decision on June 24th. Congratulations to the ten inductees. This is the thirteenth year for the induction which makes it for 130 members of African American educators to be inducted into the hall of fame in Oklahoma. Those inductees are: Mrs. Mildred Burkhalter – Rentiesville Mrs. Melba Lois Caddy Jackson – Tulsa Dr. Ruth Ray Jackson – Langston Dane L. Jonson JD, CPD, RP – Oklahoma City Dr. Jason Johnson – Oklahoma City Harold G. Jones M.Ed. – Oklahoma City Mr. Care Levon King – Watonga Mr. Tracy McDaniel Sr. – Oklahoma City Dr. Terry E. Spigner – Oklahoma City Mrs. Lucille Hooks Turner – Colbert

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“Crowns Tea” Comes to Clearview

Suzette Chang of Thick Descriptions arrived in Clearview on June 29, 2024 with an event to inspire and engage girls and women of all ages in current events, uncomfortable topics, book reviews, and historical facts facing our country.

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