Food for Thought

February 10, 2018

Story by Roger Moore, Images courtesy of the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Photo Collection. With the closing of Mojo’s Rock‘n’Bowl Grill last month, coupled with an evening decision to visit Del Rancho, this […]

Children’s Operetta Returns for 22nd year with Auditions in March

February 9, 2018

Edited by Ammie Bryant Every summer, the Stillwater Public Library presents one of the best children’s programs around. For many years, the Children’s Operetta has kicked off that program. Much hard work is put into […]

One Book, One Community Returns with Killers of the Flower Moon

February 9, 2018

Story provided by Stillwater Public Library Be part of a six week series on one of 2017’s most celebrated and award-winning books. “One Book, One Community: Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and […]

Artist Talk and Film Presentation at Modella

February 6, 2018

Modella Art Gallery will host an artist talk with exhibiting artist, Brian Dehart, on Sunday, February 11th from 3-4 pm at the Modella Gallery in Downtown Stillwater, 721 S. Main. Dehart, a professional artist from […]

Author speaks about chronicle of little known WWII heroine

February 5, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant, images provided by Anne Nelson “Everyone said she was a soviet spy,” Lucie ‘Pilette’ Spaak said in one of 3 dozen interviews with Anne Nelson about her mother, Suzanne Spaak. Anne […]

Nuclear Blast from the Past

January 13, 2018

Story by James Gregory, Registrar at the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Images courtesy of the Stillwater History Museum Photo Collections On August 20, 1964, a 200 bed, emergency Civil Defense (CD) hospital arrived […]

Finding a room at the inn

January 11, 2018

Story by Roger Moore There was a time, not too long ago actually, when finding a hotel room in Stillwater required plenty of advanced planning. But in 2018, it seems, much like the frequency of […]

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