The tragedy and triumph of Terlton has made the big screen.

 Oklahoma documentarians have chronicled the deadliest modern event in Pawnee County history. They now are hosting a preview in Tulsa to generate more funds to complete the project, which details the 1985 Aerlex Fireworks Plant explosion.

 “Despite their loss and hardships, the town is strong,” the filmmakers say. “This is a story about the power of love, life and community.”

See this week's Cleveland American for the remainder of this story.

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