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More ‘For Auld Lang Syne’, Okie style
OK [Dec 2011] - Can’t make it to Times Square for the big ball drop? Here's a few ideas on where you can party in your neck of the okie woods.   read more...
The Lowdown - Oklahoma
OK [Mar 2011] - Big-name bands and local singer/songwriters will once again storm the restaurants, coffee shops, bars, clubs and house concerts of Currentland during the month March.   read more...
Doin’ it at Downstream
Ever feel like you need to get out of Oklahoma once in a while for a good time? Well the Downstream Casino ain’t quite outta state, but it’s outta sight if you’re into catching some live music action. And it’s just a stone’s throw from Missouri, where they sell whiskey at Wal-Mart seven days a week.   read more...

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L.A. teachers union leader Caputo-Pearl links activism to strike
The new leader of the Los Angeles teachers union signaled a more militant stance toward the school district, including the possibility of a strike, at a national teachers union convention held downtown this weekend. read more...
National Pearl Offers Classic Pearls for Summer Brides
National Pearl is pleased to offer classic pearl jewelry, perfect for summer brides and bridesmaids. Customers requiring assistance can visit the company website at NationalPearl.com for more information. (PRWeb July 23, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12039575.htm read more...
Pearl Police Arrest Mom Wanted for Assaulting 12-Year-Old Son
UPDATE: ??Pearl Police say they have arrested Jennifer Roberson read more...
Raymond L. Pearl, at 78, of Natick, truck driver
Raymond L. Pearl of Natick, a retired truck driver, died Sunday at UMass Medical Center in Worcester. He was 78. Born in Framingham, Mr. Pearl graduated from St. Mary???s High School of Milford in 1953. He was a longtime resident of Natick. Mr. Pearl worked as a truck driver for more than 50 years, beginning with Anchor Motor Freight of Boston and finally driving for construction companies in the ... read more...
 
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