Haunted Spook Lights Of Oklahoma

Okla­homa Lights In 1946 a small pla­toon of mil­i­tary men arrived in the des­o­late north­east cor­ner of the Soon­er State. This was not a top-secret oper­a­tion or retrieval of hid­den Nazis. These men were…

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Wounded Veterans Can Use A Hero Like You

Wound­ed Vet­er­ans Strug­gle George Wash­ing­ton said, “Per­se­ver­ance and spir­it have done won­ders in all ages.” That sen­ti­ment is still alive today, and for one orga­ni­za­tion, it has become a bat­tle cry…

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Soon it Will be OK to Pop, Rock & Roll

It’s a struc­ture in progress with its steel fram­ing and con­crete foun­da­tions soon to appear, seem­ing­ly becom­ing just anoth­er build­ing ris­ing into the city. By appear­ances, it will prob­a­bly draw no…

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There’s Only One Way To JAM

Can­dy Lov­ing, Playboy’s 25th Anniver­sary Play­mate hold­ing the Novem­ber 1979 issue of JAM Mag­a­zine — issue #3   If one the great­est musi­cians in rock n’ roll gave you advice, would you take it?…

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The Place Where Cowboys Call Home

What do you get when you mix cow­boys, jail doors, guns, a Hol­ly­wood icon, and horse sad­dles togeth­er? If you’re think­ing block­buster west­ern, you would be wrong…well at least for this arti­cle you…

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Sixty Year Chapter Coming to a Close

Since the print­ing of the first Guten­berg Bible in 1452, more than just the elite and church lead­ers have had the incred­i­ble expe­ri­ence of hold­ing the writ­ten word in their hands and turn­ing pages…

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It Takes More Than Taste to Create Tradition

Mon­do’s Ris­torante Turns 50 This Mon­thAl­most every tra­di­tion begins with three ingre­di­ents; fam­i­ly, friends, and food. Tra­di­tions cre­at­ed with those ingre­di­ents bring about a per­fect combination…

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Dead Women Crossing

The fol­low­ing is based on actu­al events and may not be suit­able for all age ranges. If you are eas­i­ly scared or fright­ened please refrain from read­ing this true Okla­homa tale. At the turn of the…

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A Land Both Far and Near

Search­ing for that per­fect spot where the beau­ty of nature, his­to­ry, and art col­lide in a decades-old estate sit­u­at­ed on a hill that feels more like a thou­sand miles from a large busy city that is…

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A Moment in Time

Today we remem­ber a day 75 years ago when prin­ci­ples were put before per­son­al choic­es, brav­ery was put forth to face the great­est of fears and sac­ri­fices were made that washed away in the tides of…

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Who is Chuck Hoskin Jr.?

Meet the Unique Okla­homan run­ning for Chief of the Chero­kee NationChuck Hoskin Jr. is a name that has been shared across nation­al air­ways con­cern­ing Chero­kee and Native Amer­i­can affairs and locally,…

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How to Make a Sandwich

I sat across the table from her as we enjoyed our per­son­al­ized pizza’s win­dow side, a world away from the bus­tle hap­pen­ing through the thin veil of the win­dow pane. It was a teach­ing moment with my…

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Halloween Events

“Be silent in that solitude,Which is not loneliness—for then­The spir­its of the dead, who stood­In life before thee, are again­In death around thee, and their will­Shall over­shad­ow thee; be still.”…

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Major Spice Company in Cleveland, Ok

Dad­dy Hin­kle’s, Adding Its Own Spice To Okla­homa Life CL spends some time with David of Dad­dy Hin­kle’s spice com­pa­ny based in Cleve­land Okla­homa. CL Har­mon, Lead Author, Osage Nation Member…

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Tulsa Stained Glass

Tul­sa Stained Glass, Teach­ing How To Pick Up The Pieces And Put Them Togeth­er CL Har­mon, Lead Author, Osage Nation Mem­ber 21 SEPTEMBER 2018 For over 1,000 years stained glass art has been a part of…

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Make a Run for Fashion at the Cain’s

  Make a Run for Fash­ion at the Cain’s   CL HARMON   *This is not a paid adver­tise­ment and we have received no com­pen­sa­tion for the pub­li­ca­tion of this sto­ry. So I heard about this…

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It Was A Hell Of A Bite

How A Mos­qui­to Can Change Your Life CL HARMON The fol­low­ing sto­ry is one that I felt com­pelled to write for a cou­ple of rea­sons. The first is sim­ply because it’s an incred­i­ble sto­ry about surviving…

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Short — Shall We Never Forget

Unique­la­homa hon­ors all those who fought for free­dom on D‑Day this 74th Anniver­sary. C.L. Har­mon Wouldn’t it be a remark­able event if 5,000 ships came to the res­cue of peo­ple who were being…

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Happy Mother’s Day Mom

Hap­py Moth­er’s Day Mom CL HARMON Unique­la­homa is pri­mar­i­ly about unique and spe­cial peo­ple, ones who make the state a bet­ter place. This week, I thought I would write about the most unique and…

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Haunted Sacred Heart Mission

Sacred Heart: Kon­awa Okla­homa ERIC NEHER Eric lives in Blan­chard with his wife and son. He is a con­tribut­ing author to Ozark Farm and Neigh­bors as well has hav­ing sev­er­al flash fic­tion stories…

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Dale Lewis Follows The Roads To Discovery

Dale Lewis Fol­lows The Road to Dis­cov­ery CL HARMON Indi­vid­u­al­i­ty is one of the most abun­dant resources in Okla­homa. This is not to say that indi­vid­u­al­i­ty isn’t preva­lent in oth­er places as well. But…

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The Wizards of Tech are Over the Rainbow

The Wiz­ards of Tech: Tech­si­co & Todd Black­burn­CL HARMON You push a but­ton on your phone, and you’re con­nect­ed to any­one you wish to speak with. You strike a key on your com­put­er, and you have…

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An Enlightened Musical Experience Is No Myth

An Enlight­ened Musi­cal Expe­ri­ence Is No Myth CL HARMON Dis­cov­er­ing some­thing new and dif­fer­ent is usu­al­ly an inter­est­ing or at least an enlight­en­ing expe­ri­ence. Doing this and real­iz­ing that you…

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Nic ‘Nos’ What The Future Holds

Nic ‘Nos’ What The Future Holds 22 MARCH, 2018 Cul­ture Music Okla­homa City “Let’s just ask Nick, he will know”. And with that state­ment came the birth of the Okla­homa City band Nic­nos. After playing…

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Never Tell Me The Odds

Nev­er Tell Me The Odds JESSICA WILLIAMS Strate­gic Com­mu­ni­ca­tions major at OSU. “If you find hap­pi­ness you need to hold on to it because it is nev­er guar­an­teed that it will last.”   Shane…

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In the Midst of Reality

In the Midst of Real­i­ty What Kind of Change Do You Want To Be? Mar­co Pitt, Senior Trav­el­ers, Italy Febuary 15, 2018 “What you hold onto holds on to you.” This is a mantra that C.L. Har­mon, author of…

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Savor The Flavor Of Extraordinary

Savor The Fla­vor Of Extra­or­di­nary There is just some­thing about taste that sets it apart from the oth­er sens­es. We can all touch some­thing and feel whether it is hot or cold, dif­fer­en­ti­ate between…

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A Visionary Touch

He is not a large man in stature but puts a paint­brush in his hand, and he becomes larg­er than life. Frank Loren­zo of Pawhus­ka is the first to say that he prefers to paint out­side the lines. Even as…

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Remembering a Century In The Making

Two years ago, on this day, an extra­or­di­nary lady passed away. She was not famous or rich, but she had a sig­nif­i­cant impact on their lives to many. We are remem­ber­ing she embod­ied a life of…

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A Grandmother To All

It’s a bond beyond expla­na­tion. One that revives a tired soul back into jubi­la­tion. In many ways, it makes the old feel young again by mag­i­cal­ly build­ing a bridge that leads to a play­ground where…

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Welcome To Uniquelahoma!

We want to share what makes you unique with the world. Wel­come to the world of the Unique! Wel­come to Unique­la­homa! This is your invi­ta­tion for a glimpse into the peo­ple, places, and beau­ty of…

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Larry Sellers, The True Native American

Out­side my win­dow is a wood­peck­er tap­ping away at an oak tree. To most, this is of no impor­tance. But to Lar­ry Sell­ers, it has mean­ing. Per­haps even a mes­sage from one who has already passed on.…

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The basic definition of Socialism is equal disbursement of wealth. So if any person of wealth and power is in favor of Socialism and has not already evenly distributed their wealth and power to others, that’s a pretty good indicator they only want to disperse yours and not theirs. - C.L. Harmon

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