COLUMN: Doobie Brothers still rock
My generation grew up with the Doobie Brothers. And like them, a few of us partied hearty back in those days. Don’t ask if I was one of them, I’ll plead the fifth.
Going to Kansas City
In the movie version of “Oklahoma” a Claremore cowboy sings about his recent trip to Kansas City where the five-story buildings are as “…high as they can be.”
We must now wait until November to see which candidate wins, but one item is settled. Our next Governor is going to be a woman.
Sharing memories of Independence Day
This Fourth of July weekend I want to share a memory told to me this week by life long Claremore resident Dorothy Kizer-Dennis.
Faith and patriotism on the Fourth
Love of country is an emotion that is hard for many of us to put into words. In this family, only the bunkmate has traveled abroad
Jellystone Park, Where are you?
Did it ever rain in Jellystone Park, the happy abode of my favorite cartoon character, Yogi Bear?
They call him Rowdy
They call him Rowdy. The name fits.
Lilacs smell a lot like home
I can still hear the wind whispering through lilac blossoms as their sweet scent permeated the air. It was nearing dusk, and a graying sky draped itself across the landscape, softening the colors of what must have been late spring or early summer.
Where’s the Delete Button
Being able to compose your thoughts in a word-processing program is nice. You can let the words flow and then edit afterwards. However, if you are old enough to remember what it was like to do timed drills on an old-fashioned typewriter, you can really appreciate today’s technological advances.
Dog for sale - invasion of the....?????
It has recently come to my attention (last night) that while dogs may be humanity’s best friend, they bring a lot more than unconditional love into the home.
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