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Holdenville Memories 1969 of their Yum Yum

APRIL Wetumka residents were forced to evacuate their town as a result of the Frisco train derailment, which occurred north of Wetumka. DewayneMcCullock, 19, of Wetumka, and Larry Hardison, 19,

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Hughes County Memories 1959

MOSS HURLER TABBED AS TOP ALL-STATE BASEBALL PLAYER Dewayne Brown is Named 1959 Player-of-Year An impressive 15-2 mark against some of the roughest competition in the state over the past

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History of Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.     Dating back to 1865, it was on  June 19th that the Union soldiers,

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Celebrate Juneteenth at the Oklahoma History Center with Donnie and Shirley Nero

Juneteenth Program with Acclaimed Journalist Carmen Fields On Tuesday June 18, at 7:00 pm, the Oklahoma Historical Society will host Carmen Fields at the Oklahoma History Center. The doors will

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The 22 <sup>nd </sup>Annual Historic Oklahoma All-Black Town Tour Commemorating Juneteenth

Each year, the second Saturday in June, the Rudisill Regional Library for the last 22 years has conducted a Black Towns tour. Historians Shirley Nero and Jimmie White serve as

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In Loving Memory of Robert Alford

Robert Lee “Bob”  Alford was born February 26, 1934 in Castle, Oklahoma. The family moved to Clearview, Oklahoma where Robert graduated from Clearview High School. After graduation, he moved to

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Local News

The descendants of the French family will meet in Clearview for their family reunion, the first held in Clearview, on June 15th at the Clearview Community Center (gym). The community

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