A 1974 souvenir of the Bertha Rogers No. 1 well, which sought natural gas almost six miles deep in Oklahoma’s Anadarko Basin. — aoghs.org

The Lone Star Producing Company 1–27 Bertha Rogers hole or well was an oil-exploratory hole drilled in Washita County, Oklahoma in 1974, and was the world's deepest hole until it was surpassed in 1979 by the Kola Superdeep Borehole, dug by the USSR. — wikipedia

Here is a template in PDF format of the Mastodon Paper-Toy.
You will need scissors, glue and a cutter. It may take a bit of patience as well ^^

poudingue.imfast.io/Paper-Toy/

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Sunday, May, 26, 2002 – The I-40 Bridge Disaster
A barge collided with a bridge support near Webbers Falls, Oklahoma, causing a section of the I-40 bridge to plunge into the Arkansas River. Joe Dedmon, captain of the tugboat Robert Y. Love, experienced a blackout and lost control of the ship. Due to the location of the accident, automobiles and tractor trailers fell into the water, killing fourteen people.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I-40_bri

So our Let's Encrypt certificate expired today. great.

Might be tomorrow before it's corrected.

Fun times.

blogoklahoma.com/

Having a cert issue on our website. Getting with our sys admin to get it fixed. blogoklahoma.com/

Governor Stitt provides an update on the state's response to COVID-19 and the second phase of Oklahoman's plan to reopen. youtu.be/Nid2KWsT6jw

Absentee voting is an easy and convenient way to exercise your right to vote. Any registered voter in Oklahoma may vote by absentee ballot. It is not necessary to give a reason for voting absentee.
ok.gov/elections/Voter_Info/Ab

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