Remember watching The Three Stooges years ago? Although they didn’t start out to cause problems in their many adventures, the problems always followed. The more they tried to deal with them, the more their misdeeds grew.
All Aboard: Claremore's old train station
It has been over a half century since the words “All Aboard” has been heard in Claremore concerning the Missouri Pacific Railroad. That is when the east side of town saw the last passenger train pull out of the depot.
Family fun, fitness and friendship: Running is all that and a bag of pretzels with chocolate milk
I admit it. I love running, and I’m willing to wear all manner of weird get-ups and costumes to do it.
It is said no two fires are alike. In Claremore’s history there has been structures go up in bigger flames, but the Feb. 24, 1983 fire at Corn’s Western Wear was the most destructive of all time.
That Sunday morning pre-dawn fire caused the death of two of our city firemen. Jim McElwain, 42, a second generation Claremore fire fighter died at the scene. Guy Cooper, 40, died 10 days later after being taken to Hillcrest Burn Center in Tulsa.
Stir Crazy in the Snow
It started nicely enough. A short vacation provided by Mother Nature in the form of about 20 inches of snow.
Have I seen this before? Technology creating eerily familiar world
I deleted my Facebook account last week. Then I put my computer in the closet.
Reflections on Dr. King
Although I’ve never openly admitted it, I would like to clear up some of the rumors that have been circulating about me for several years now.
Seven for ‘11
After some serious consideration I have come up with seven hopeful resolutions that could make Claremore a little nicer place for 2011.
High school football for this school year has come and gone once again. Even so, some words I heard on the radio refuse to go away.
CHEROKEE CHAT - Personal Christmas spirit
As Christmas approaches, I cannot help but reflect back on how much Christmas has changed for me personally. As a child, Christmas was about the things we would get at Christmas.
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