To the War is Gone

February 9, 2017

Story by Sam Shook, Contributing Writer   Photos provided by Cindy McGill, Sherl Holesko, and Kylie Vincent Imagine, for a moment, that you could step back through the years, and witness a battle of the American Civil […]

Be a Tourist in Your Own Community: A Fresh Look at the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

January 18, 2017

Story and photos provided by Visit Stillwater with permission from Nedra McDaniel Last year we launched the series “Be a Tourist in Your Own Community” highlighting tips and suggestions about experiencing unique events and attractions […]

Another Busy Year Ahead for Stillwater’s History Museum

January 15, 2017

Story by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Forty-two years in the books. So, what’s next for the old building at the corner of 7th and Duncan? First, for those new to Stillwater, […]

Sheerar Museum Marks 42nd Year Preserving Stillwater’s History

December 14, 2016

Story and Photos provided by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Since 1974 the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History has served Stillwater and the surrounding communities in a variety of ways. From thousands […]

Chub Bellatti: A Legacy in News, Radio, and Service

November 9, 2016

Story and Photo provided by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director What the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History does is tell this community’s story. Be it photographs, an old door from the tumultuous […]

Science Café Program: Preserving Family and Organizational History

November 6, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE Science Café OSU is offering a community program November 17 at 7:00 p.m. at Stillwater Public Library. The program “Archival Science: Preserving Family and Organizational History” features two speakers. David Peters is Head […]

WWI explained through Veteran’s Day performance at Stillwater Public Library

November 4, 2016

MEDIA RELEASE “The Great War” was responsible for many of history’s “firsts.” Chemical weapons. Blood banks and plastic surgery. Tanks and aircraft carriers. New types of warfare were responsible for the development of all of […]

New Children’s US History books available at Local Library

November 2, 2016

Patricia Armbruster (left) and Carolyn Gang (center) with the Daughters of the American Revolution help children’s librarian Elizabeth Murray display a collection of children’s U.S. History books purchased with a donation from the Cimarron Chapter […]

G.I.s and the Growth of Stillwater in the Late 1940s

October 17, 2016

Story by Roger Moore, Director of Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Photos Courtesy of OSU Library Special Collections and University Archives Seventy years ago in the immediate aftermath of World War II, Stillwater and Oklahoma […]

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