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Seth Lee Joslin

Funeral services for Seth Lee Joslin will be held Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 2:00 PM at the Weleetka High School Gymnasium. Interment will be at the Joslin Family Cemetery in Weleetka. Wake services were held Wednesday, 7:00 PM also at the school gymnasium.

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Looking just like they did

Looking just like they did at the Calvin Junior-Senior Prom 50 years ago are Darla Royster Lerma and Becky Hefferman. They were two of the special guests at this year’s Calvin Alummi Reunion.

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Looking Back....

It has been several years since we shared parts of B.J. Osborn’s Wetumka “A Centennial History.”

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Hughes County Court Records


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A Drink For Summer Weather

Summer Tea

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Clearview: Host to Quarterly Meeting of OAAE HOF

The Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame Board of Directors and Committee members meet in Clearview on July 23, 2022, to discuss their upcoming 11 Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in September said President Dr. Donnie L. Nero Sr. Board members present were Dr. Deena Fisher of Woodward, Dr. Harold C. Aldridge of Tahlequah, Orlando Hazley and wife of Tulsa, Bobbie Booker of Tulsa, Claudette Goss of Oklahoma City, Dr. John Hargrave of Ada, Henrietta Hicks of Boley, Dr. Gloria Anderson of Oklahoma City, Dr. Donnie Nero of Clearview and Committee Members Marilyn Jackson and Shirley Nero of Clearview, Tom Fisher of Woodward, and Rita Cooksey of Oklahoma City. Clearview is the home of the Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame, Inc. established in 2011. For more information about the induction ceremony or the hall of fame, visit website or call Shirley Nero at 918 698-6037.

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Clearview - Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory

In 1993, J. P. Owens prepared documents to have two properties located on the Clearview school campus to be added to the Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory. The Weleetka Board of Education owned the two structures under consideration for nomination, the gymnasium and agricultural building. The source of nomination was a Contract Survey at Clearview, Oklahoma 040, Okfuskee County 107. The Classification was a public building, with public acquisition, occupied, unrestricted, with private use. The location of legal description is located at the Okfuskee County Courthouse in Okemah, Oklahoma. In 1993, the description of the building was in good condition; altered on its original site.

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