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Now, I’ve lost my keys, I’m always losing reading glasses and tape measures, and on occasion, I’ve nearly lost my mind driving west to east on Garriott, but ... I’ve never lost a colony of people.

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Klemme, an Enid native and historian, spent years — from 1990 to 1997 — placing 400 200-pound markers along the famous cattle trail, marking each spot where the trail crossed a section line. He died Tuesday at age 93.

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Enid's Summer Chautauqua in the Park is back again for its 25th year, kicking off Tuesday and running through June 15 at Humphrey Heritage Village at Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center.

HAHIRA, Ga. – A small Georgia community is revisiting the brutal lynching  a young black woman that will forever be linked to its history.