Oklahoma Memories
Of intrest to all fans of history, the Oklahoma Historical Society is announcing the creation of Oklahoma Memories.
Produced by Michael Dean, Public Relations Director of the Oklahoma Historical Society, "Oklahoma Memories" is a four-minute weekly radio show that focuses on various aspects of Oklahoma history, unknown or seldom told stories about the people and events that have shaped our state.

KOSU, Oklahoma State University, broadcasts the show on Monday afternoons at
4:45 p.m. KOSU broadcasts on 91.7 in Stillwater and Oklahoma City, 107.5 in Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma, and 101.9 in Okmulgee.

KCCU, Cameron University, broadcasts the show at 8:45 a.m. Monday mornings on 89.3 in Lawton and Fort Sill, 95.9 in Woodward and Northwest Oklahoma, 88.7 in Wichita Falls, 90.3 in Ardmore, 90.1 in Altus, 89.3 in Duncan, 100.1 in Chickasha and 89.1 in Weatherford, Clinton and Elk City.

The program features Dean using historic recordings to help him tell stories. For example, on September 28th, he will remember Gene Autry through an interview "the Singing Cowboy" gave to Mike Douglas. Douglas also had an Oklahoma connection having hosted a Noon interview program on WKY-TV in the early 1960's.
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The latest edition of the Oklahombres Journal went in the mail this afternoon. I hope everyone enjoys it. This is the last issue by our editor Karen Lippe. Ron "RD" and Naomi Morgan have now taken over the duties of Editor of the Journal. Articles are needed for the next issue and may be e-mailed to Ron and Naomi at editorokhombres@aol.com or hard copies may be sent to:
Oklahombres, Inc.,
PO Box 10967,
Oklahoma City, OK 73140-1967.

If you are not a member of Oklahombres and want to join, send a check for the annual dues of only $25($35 outside of the U.S.)made payable to "Oklahombres" and send to the above PO Box.

If you would like copies of any past issues of the Journal they are $5 an issue and requests should be sent to our PO Box.

Contact me if you have any questions.

Enjoy your day on the trail,
Dennis Lippe, Treasurer
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