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A Walk in the Path of Knowledge

A Walk in the Path of Knowledge

The wisest man is generally he who thinks himself the least so. – Boileau Not really a park but it seems like it at times. A wonderful place that started out on our statehood anniversary day back in 1909. They were not always in this location but started from meager [Read More]

Food for the soul and body.

Food for the soul and body.

I’m enjoying this entire blogging thing and sometimes go days without any ideas but when a strong one appeals to me then the writing comes easy, but often with a very different outcome than planned. Today’s will wind all over the place and may even seem [Read More]

A view of a town from a Lawton boy

A view of a town from a Lawton boy

I put the hammer down last week to see my sweetheart in Kentucky. So many differences but so much alike in our early Lawton but so different in the outcome.  Paducah, Kentucky on the confluence of the Ohio and the Tennessee rivers.   Bought for five dollars by William [Read More]

Signs. Everywhere a Sign.

Signs. Everywhere a Sign.

Our little town is embroiled in growing pains now. The last council meeting bordered on anarchy but I like anarchy. It’s all about change for the positve. Sometimes the people just need to stand up and lock arms to get progress moving. As you travel around my little [Read More]

Looking out my front door.

Looking out my front door.

Just a small slice in  time. People rushing to and fro as I often sit outside on my porch.   You may want to open another browser so you can play this tune while you read. It worked for me writing this. Maybe they are stuck at my light and some roll down the windows [Read More]

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2014 Medicine Park Art Walk and Flute Festival

2014 Medicine Park Art Walk and Flute Festival

The 2014 Medicine Park Art Walk and Flute Festival is Sept. 20 and 21. The event is sponsored by the Medicine Park [Read More]

Hitting the High Notes

Hitting the High Notes

Sabrina Harrell is a 25 year old Cameron University where she received musical training from Dr. Janice Logan. Harrell [Read More]

Taylor B’s Beat: February 2014

Taylor B’s Beat: February 2014

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, or Singles’ Awareness Day as I prefer to think of it now, I usually write [Read More]

2013 Lawton Cultural Award Honorees Announced

2013 Lawton Cultural Award Honorees Announced

Since 1979, annually the City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts & Humanities Council asks the public to nominate [Read More]

The Best Albums of 2013

The Best Albums of 2013

Deafheaven – Sunbather The best album of 2013. Sunbather is possibly the most accessible metal symphony recorded. [Read More]

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