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A special happy birthday to my older son, John Denny Montgomery III.

One early September day in 1983, I persuaded a friend to take me dove hunting.

Directly in between the release dates of movie behemoths “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and the 2019 remake of “The Lion King,” we have this past weekend filled with a few smaller films trying to eek out an existence in the shadow of all the summer blockbusters.

Tony DiRienzo had to go back to his home country of Brazil to sign paperwork about serving in the armed forces back in the summer of 1972.

Hope you read the story in The Purcell Register about McClain County Operation Christmas accepting donations for “Christmas in July.”

A few years ago I asked a favor of my friend Bill, a native Oklahoman who loves this state and its history, particularly people and places forgotten in the passing of years.

The summer movie season may be beginning to wind down, but the remaining weeks still have a few more big releases in store for us. And this Independence Day weekend was no exception.

With the inordinate amount of rainfall this year there are more and more reports of people dealing with unwanted serpents.

If there is one thing the Army knows how to do – and do well – it is putting pomp and pageantry into public events.