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For the second year in a row, the Lawton Speedway will host the World of Outlaw Sprint cars on Friday, April 16.

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My high school choir teacher once said, “The only thing constant is change.” This is a variation of a quote from a Greek philosopher who pondered change over 2,000 years ago. Even then it was subject to discussion. Change exists and accepting it has always been a difficult thing for me.

Jay (Hi Ho) DeSilver Sports Editor

Now don’t get me wrong, there is nothing like the atmosphere of a major ballpark or sporting venue but I do like the smaller minor league sport venues.

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It has already been quite an unusual beginning for sports for 2021. Between the pandemic and now Punxsutawney Phil’ prediction of six more weeks of winter coming through, sports schedules have taken a beating. All of the Wrestling Regional Tournaments that were scheduled for Friday and Saturday,

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

When it comes to catfish bait, apparently the nose knows. If it stinks to high heaven, then it’s got to be good; hence the fond name of “stink bait.”

Jay (Hi Ho) DeSilver Sports Editor

So the Covid-19 virus has found it’s way into the DeSilver household and fortunately no one has experienced any severe symptoms from the virus. 

U.S. Rep. Tom Cole | Oklahoma’s Fourth Congressional District

Last week’s inauguration of President Joe Biden marked the peaceful transfer of power, symbolizing that our unique government institutions and systems are still intact.

January 1945 Oklahoma Game and Fish News

Browsing through the first edition of the Oklahoma Game and Fish News (January 1945) I came across the name of former Medicine Park resident H.T. Wails. He had been hired as a helper on a deer trapping and transplanting project conducted at Fort Sill beginning in December 1944.

Cheyenne Belew Staff Writer

I am nearly devoid of words this week. My in-laws came to visit over the weekend and one of the first electrified morsels out of my children’s mouths was news of the Capitol riot. “Hey! Hey! Did you know there was a riot at the capitol?” Yes, I told them about it.

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