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While air pollution in the U.S. has improved remarkably since the passage of the Clean Air Act, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 137 million people nationwide still live in counties where air pollution levels exceeded air quality standards. In 2018, the U.S. emitted 76 million tons of pollution into the atmosphere, which according to the American Lung Association, contributes to increased rates of lung cancer and reduced lifespans among American families.

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The first grade Christmas program was held Thursday, Dec. 5 under direction of music teacher, Mrs. Madison Green. The first grade classes sang holiday favorites, such as We Wish You A Merry Christmas, He’ll be Coming Down the Chimney, Up On The Housetop,  And Santa Is His Name, Jingle Bells …

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Orange pumpkins aren’t the only things on display in local neighborhoods — flocks of plastic pink flamingos are also mysteriously finding their way to homes and businesses in the Cleveland area.

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Cleveland High School’s Wrestling Homecoming  is set for Thursday at the Cleveland Event Center. The Tigers host Pawhuska with junior high wrestlers beginning at 6 p.m. The Homecoming ceremony traditionally takes place between the junior high and high school matches.

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 Cleveland Wrestling hosted the annual Joe Cole Tournament for both junior high and high school teams Dec. 19-21. More than 30 teams participated in the tournament held at the Event Center, with multiple matches going on at once (as shown in picture). We hope to catch up with Tiger wrestling…

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 Hailey Pickle, third from left, Cleveland Tiger graduate with the class of 2019 accepted a scholarship and signed her letter of intent to play softball for Bryant & Stratton College in Virginia Beach, VA. When signing, she was surrounded by her parents, Misty & Rikki Mosimann, littl…

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I’ve said it many times before, and I’ll say it again. I am thankful for the blessing of being a dad.

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In the early days, The Cleveland American carried some of its social news on page one. Marriages were perhaps the most prominent social event on page one, however.

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CENTENTARIANS OF OKLAHOMA is proud to honor RUTH KIESTER on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Ruth is retired from Tinker Air Force Base and was an active member of the First Baptist Church in Cleveland and Bristow, Okla.  Her words of wisdom are:  “Get An Education!!”

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 Baptist Village resident, Stanley Patton, celebrated his 85th birthday on August 25 by taking a spin around the Village on his 44-year-old, 3-speed John Deere bicycle. He says that staying active is very important for people.

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Bob and Patsy White of Yale will be celebrating their 60th Wedding Anniversary Sunday, Sept.  29 from 1:00-4:00 p.m., at their new home located between Maramec and Yale at 56815 So. 35400 Rd Yale, OK 74085.

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Alice Sue (Stroud) Wilkins, 86, passed from this life on January 18, 2020, in Cushing, Okla. with her daughters by her side. Born on October 10, 1933, at the family home in Blackburn, Okla., Alice is the daughter of George Taylor and Della Mary (Madewell) Stroud. She attended school in Bowle…

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Charles Robert Porter, 78, passed from this life on Sunday, January 19, 2020, at Cleveland Area Hospital in Cleveland, Okla. Born on September 7, 1941, in Sallisaw, Okla.,  Charles is the son of Dale and Nancy Margaret (Mysinger) Porter. Attending Sallisaw Schools, he graduated with the clas…

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Axel Ray Barnett, 22 months, went on to be with the angels on January 15, 2020. Born on March 7, 2018, in Tulsa, Okla. Axel is the son of Austin Barnett and Makayla Montgomery. Born with congenital heart defects such as Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and Shone’s Complex, Axel faced many cha…