Good old-fashioned family fun, with a little small town tossed in for good measure, is at the center of this weekend's big festival day in Pauls Valley.The annual BrickFest event is only one part of a team-effort for a big community gathering in the downtown area on Saturday, Sept. 30.Pauls Valley's tourism director sums it all up in one word when asked about yet another version of PV's community festival “Awesomeness,” said Jason Selman.“There'll be all kinds of stuff for the whole...
Health concerns are placing a Pauls Valley pastor on a new path during his journey to serve.The cancer Terry Clayton has been battling for most of his time at the local First Church of God is the reason he’s decided to step down with his last sermon here planned for this Sunday.“I’m retiring basically because of my health,” Clayton said, adding four spots of cancer in his right lung needs heavy chemotherapy. “We’re moving to Norman to be closer for health care.
Historical, yes, but now it's official for an old classic rural school that once educated kids in the Pauls Valley area.The Beaty School located just west of PV is one of six new Oklahoma sites now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.The announcement was made this week by the Oklahoma Historical Society, specifically a state historic preservation office.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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