JOE MADISON JACKSON
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Several years ago my oldest son, Taylor, was out for a ride in my Jeep. He had been hanging out with some friends and began the long trek back to the house. Somewhere in the middle of belting out old country songs something went wrong with Dave, the Jeep. Dave's chunky tire…
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There are a lot of news stories today about D-Day, the heroism, and the incredible feat of the Normandy invasion on June 6, 1944. I thought I'd attempt to add some context.
PRYOR, Oklahoma ~ It's funny that us dogs can tell you hoomans some things (like when we need to go outside), but not other things (like what my real name is).
Pryor High School Graduate Samantha Cavin Participates in The Cherokee Nation Remember the Removal Bike Ride
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The six 2023 Cherokee Nation Remember the Removal Bike Ride participants left for Cherokee, North Carolina, Wednesday morning following a send-off ceremony at the Cherokee Nation W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex.
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Do you ever read the Bible and wonder what in the world people are thinking? I do. I cannot understand how a group of people are freed from slavery by God, then melt down all of their gold, form it into a cow, worship it and say it was the god that just freed them. What? Th…
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Calling all children grades 1 through 12 for a fun time with live theater! The Pryor Area Arts and Humanities Council (PAAHC) together with the Missoula Children’s Theater will present a musical production of The Little Mermaid on June 9, 2023, at 7 PM in the Herschel Avra…
PRYOR, Oklahoma ~ Twiggy. That's kind of a funny name, but there's a story.
PRYOR, Okla. - Pryor Middle School student, Ally Martin tied for 1st place at the Eastern Oklahoma State Spelling Bee held at the Muskogee Civic Center in April. After qualifying at the local level, she joined 191 other hopefuls to compete for the title. Ally went a record thirty-three rou…
PRYOR, Oklahoma ~ We do not forget. Whether it is an hour ago or a century ago, we remember. On May 11, several members of the Oklahoma National Guard met in Pryor to honor Kyle Brinlee. Brinlee was 21 when he was killed in action in Iraq by an improvised explosive on May 11, 2004. Members o…
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma - Transport your child back to an era before tablets and video games with Wild West Kids Camp at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum. Children ages 5-12 will learn about life in Oklahoma before statehood with exciting hands-on activities. The camp is June 19-21, from 8:30 a.m…
PRYOR, Oklahoma - On June 22 of this year Pryor native Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Charles "Donny" Baldridge will be inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame in Fort Benning, Georgia. CSM Baldridge enlisted in the U.S. Army in March of 1973 and retired after serving 24 years on active duty.
PRYOR, Oklahoma - I’m a Jeep girl. I have a Jeep Wrangler named Dave. When I was a little girl, I encountered my first Jeep. I could tell it was a good thing, but I didn't know the impact it would have on my life. It's amazing how things from your past are such substantial building blocks to…
PRYOR, Oklahoma - On Monday, May 15th, my 4th grade class from Lincoln Elementary began their three-day Lemonade Wars to benefit the Rockin' G Animal Shelter. Thus began three crazy days which culminated in reaching their goal and getting to present their final total to The Rocking G on Tues…
PRYOR, Oklahoma ~ My name's Domino! I'm a 10 month old, 70 pound boy!!
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