Reflecting on Honor Flights: Arlington and the Trip Home
Laughter and swapping old stories had filled the air since coming together the night before and then all day during our flight to and our visit in the Nation’s Capital.
Reflecting on Honor Flights: Invading the Captial
During the short bus trip to Tulsa International Airport our buses were escorted by two motorcycle Highway Patrolmen, lights flashing the whole time. Behind us were several members of the Patriot Guard bikers.
COLUMN: Yesterday’s thrift is today’s recycling
Mama used to say there’s more than one way to skin a cat.
She was good at problem solving. Growing up during the Great Depression, if there was one thing my folks knew, it was how to eat well without spending a lot of money.
Daughter reflects on Honor Flights trip with WW2 vet dad
Excited and anxious are only two ways to explain how I felt after learning I would be accompanying my father to Washington, D.C. Even so, little did I know how much the trip would mean to both of us.
COLUMN: Bird Challenge
The battle of wills may be over. A war of fortitude may have ended. Only time will reveal the true winner.
The Phone Call
Hello. Is that you, Clem? Sure glad you called. I heard you had moved back and I’ve been aiming to look you up.
COLUMN: Foot Chase
Next to an action packed shoot ‘em up Western, watching a good guy-bad guy police story or mystery on TV is a great way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.
STAFF COLUMN: The heart of a woman beats in a rock n’ roll song
Growing up in the ‘60’s and ‘70’s was a dynamic time for women and girls.
Who is Red Ryder?
“Kids” of all ages will come together this weekend for the second J.M. Davis Gun Museum Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun shooting contest.
REVIEW: ‘Arthur’ playing in Claremore
For such a diminutive man, Dudley Moore left some mighty big shoes to fill.
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