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“Fourth of July is really a time to celebrate America. I have a lot of family that’s been in the military service, so being able to — through their accomplishments — have this day of freedom is pretty fun.” — Delane Osland
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.
Bob Klemme was known for marking Oklahoma’s portion of the Chisholm Trail with hundreds of signposts, an endeavor that took seven years to complete and required sifting through government records more than a century old.
OG&E Electric Services is reporting 9,401 customers are without power as of 2:20 p.m. Friday, June 21, 2019.
HAHIRA, Ga. – A small Georgia community is revisiting the brutal lynching a young black woman that will forever be linked to its history.