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Our sympathy extended to the family of Martha Elizabeth Owen

Martha Elizabeth (Rasberry) Owen, age 85, of Selma, Alabama, passed away on Saturday, September 5, 2020, after a lengthy illness.

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Clearview will be hosting a Community-Wide Garage Sale on October 3, 2020 beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Community Center (old school grounds) 112 West Douglas Street.

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Clearview News:

Clearview News: Those on our sick list are improving but continue your prayers Marguerite French, Alpheus Grundy, Billy Walker, Cornell Lucas, Otis Davis, and Kurrilue Johnson Jr., Jean Chatman, L.C. Carson, all former residents of Clearview. Makai Blades is recovering from COVID and will be back on at training on track field on Wednesday next week but at Pitt State. Please treat the COVID seriously, it is serious.

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Just Who was Alfalfa Bill Murray?

According to William W. Savage Jr., professor emeritus in the department of history at the University of Oklahoma, history is clear, Murray was a terrible bigot.

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We Cannot Change the Past; But We Can Change the Future!

What is in a name? When you see a name on a building, a street, a road, a highway, or a monument, do you ever stop and wonder why that name is there? Who or what does that name represent, what is the history behind the name? For decades, Murray Hall and North Murray Hall have been fixtures on the OSU campus but not anymore. On June 19, 2020, the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents unanimously voted to remove the name “Murray” from Murray Hall and North Murray Hall on Oklahoma State University’s campus. The buildings were named after Oklahoma’s ninth governor, William H. “Alfalfa Bill” Murray, who had a record advocacy for racist policies including segregation and the promotion of Jim Crow laws, which in effect stripped many Back Oklahomans of their right to vote.

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Jonathan Kirt Herrod

Jonathan Kirt Herrod was born July 13, 1971 to Jonathan Herrod and Darlene Louella Wilbourne in Claremore, Oklahoma. He passed from this life in Tulsa on September 10, 2020.

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Vonda Kaye Sanders

Vonda Kaye (Frye) Sanders was born in Weleetka, Oklahoma to Vernon Frye and Violet (Ellig) Frye on March 12, 1940. She passed away on September 11, 2020 in Oklahoma City. She was the wife of Ronnie Sanders. They shared over 55 years of marriage together, where they lived the last 40 years in Dustin.

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