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Astronaut John Herrington honored

As a kickoff of the American Indian Festival of Words, the Tulsa City County Library honored astronaut and retired Naval aviator Cmdr. John Herrington by adding him to the Circle of Honor.

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Normore/Horn Reunion

Descendants of the Oris Normore and John and Nathan Horn, all formerly of Clearview, met in Wichita, Kansas during the June 14 – 16. 2024 weekend. Members of the families from states as far away as California, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma joined together at Hilton Inn Gardens for their bi-annul family reunion. The original families came to Oklahoma in the early 1900s from Louisiana and Mississippi and settled in communities surrounding Clearview. Many family members attended the Galilee and Northfork schools and graduated from Clearview High School. Although, the original members are long passed away, the younger generation have pledged to continue to tradition of the family reunion while they search for their extended generations.

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Clearview News:

Get well wishes for our publisher Bill. Sending our prayers. Please continue your prayers for Essie Mae Grundy, Marjorie Plunket, Clarence Horn, Terry Normore, and Jerry French as they struggle with cancer. Remember those on our sick list, Irene Carson, Otis Davis, Taft Forshee, Tiger French, Wilbert Zackery,Yolanda Jackson, Becki Stripling, Christopher Stripling, and Earnest Hamilton.

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Clearview Brown Suggas Visit Peach Orchard

The Clearview Brown Suggas visited the Livsey Peach Orchard in Porter last week. This only one of the scheduled trips for the group this year. While there, they loaded their baskets with vegetables and peaches along with jellies, preserves, sauces, and syrups. They just didn’t stop there, they had to visit the Peach Barn Orchard & Bakery for lunch and peach ice cream and fried pies. The next stop included Arnold’s fruit stand on Shawnee Bypass in Muskogee. Pictured under the sign is Shirley Nero, Leslie Vick, and Helen Bush. Join us on our next adventure.

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Juneteenth – The Thirteen

On Saturday, June 22, 2024, the Thirteen Original Incorporated All-Black towns of Oklahoma will come together in Boley, Oklahoma to celebrate the historic Juneteeth celebration of the emancipation of enclave African Americans.

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Oklahoma State Regents Approve AI Degree Programs

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recently approved artificial intelligence (AI) degree programs at Rose State College, Southwestern Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma.

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Join Us for The Pioneer Annual Kickball Game!

Wetumka, OK – June 30, 2024- Mark your calendars, Wetumka! The beloved kickball game hosted by the Wetumka Kiwanis Club for our friends at Pioneer is just around the corner. This exciting event, set to take place on Sunday, June 30, brings together our community in a celebration of joy, inclusion, and support for our friends.

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