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Flags on state property flying at half-staff to honor Vietnam vets

Thursday, American and Oklahoma flags will fly at half-staff to honor the state's veterans of the Vietnam War.

Oklahoma passed a statute in 1998 designating the third Thursday in March as Vietnam Veterans Day in the state.

Monday, Gov. Mary Fallin signed an executive order mandating that all American and Oklahoma flags on state property fly at half-staff.

The conflict was one of the country's longest and costliest wars, and the most politically divisive since the Civil War.

Nearly 1,000 Oklahomans were casualties of the war.

According to the U.S. Vietnam Memorial website, the following service members died in the war between 1964 and 1974:

Abmeyer, Kenneth Ronald

Ackerson, Vencen

Adair, Thurman

Adams, John Terry

Adams, Norman Edward

Addington, Royce Lee

Adkins, Carl Edward

Akins, Donald Wayne

Alexander, Mickey Roy

Allen, Gary

Allen, Robert Eugene

Allen, Ronald Stewart III

Allen, Thomas Ray

Allison, George Brian

Amspacher, Robert Alan

Anderson, Kenneth Ray

Anderson, Roy L

Antle, Michael Louis

Aranda, Eugene Leonard

Armstrong, Billy Carl

Armstrong, Dean Edward

Armstrong, Edwin Lawrence

Armstrong, James Leonard

Armstrong, Sherman Felton

Arnold, Kenneth Harold

Arthur, Gregory Kenneth

Artman, Gary Ray

Ashby, Jedd Edward

Asher, Harold E

Ashford, James Anthony

Ausbern, John Raymond

Avera, John Adams

Azlin, Luke Junior

Bailey, James Edwin

Baker, Edward Glen

Baker, Elwood

Baker, Frankie Guy

Baker, Garry Wayne

Baker, Thomas Hugh

Ballard, Carl Hershel

Ballew, Chester Lloyd

Barbee, Thomas Joseph

Barber, Bob

Bare, William Orlan

Barger, Ivan Lloyd Jr.

Barker, Larry Dale

Barnard, Thomas Walter

Barnes, Herbert Spencer

Barnett, Gary Keith

Barnett, Paul Wayne

Barnum, Gary Lane

Barr, Allen Vaughn

Bartling, Terry Noble

Baxter, Terry Don

Bayne, James Terence

Beam, Ernest Eugene

Bear, Donald Earl

Beaver, Max Russell

Beck, Larry Monroe

Beckham, Jerry Lee

Beeler, Clifford Doil

Begley, Jack Perry Jr.

Bell, Edgar Dewayne

Belt, Cecil Delbert Jr.

Benien, John David

Bennett, Anthony Hercules

Bennett, Dwight Lloyd

Bennett, Jerry Claud

Bennett, Larry Darrall

Bernard, Donald Lee

Berry, Kenneth Beryl

Bess, Benny Dale

Bettis, James William

Birks, James P

Black, John Enoch

Black, Walter Curtis Jr.

Blackburn, Edmond Smith Jr.

Blackfox, Robert Lee

Blair, William Webb Jr.

Blakely, Melford Keith

Blankenship, James Thomas

Blanton, Clarence Finley

Blevins, Richard Lewis

Boatman, Larry Neal

Boggs, Jimmie Wayne

Bogle, Dennis Dean

Boguski, Paul Arthur

Bohannon, John Calvin

Bolding, Benjamin Forest

Bolin, Forrest Lee

Bollman, Robert Vinson

Bolte, Wayne Louis

Bondi, Charles Nick

Bookout, Charles Franklin

Boon, Murlin Eugene

Boston, Grover Wesley

Bowers, Bradley D

Bowman, Harold E

Boyd, Samuel Lee Jr.

Boyett, Paul Dewayne

Boyles, Donald Ray

Bradford, Edward Lewis

Bradley, Alfred Lee

Bradshaw, David Alford

Brannon, Gary Michael

Brasier, Charles David

Brightman, Donald Lavoyce

Briseno, Johnny Charles

Broad, William Ray

Broadhead, Larry Ivan

Brock, Larry Dee

Brock, William Tony

Brown, Gordon Richard

Brown, Larry Lee

Brown, Rex Lee

Brown, Thal Anthony

Bruner, David

Bruns, Robert Harris

Bryant, Christopher

Bryant, Larry Kenneth

Buchanan, Gary Wayne

Buck, James Marion

Buckmaster, Michael Gene

Buford, Alpha Lee

Bullard, Curtis Herman

Burgess, Donald Ray

Burkett, Gary Lee

Burkett, Joseph William

Burleson, John Allan

Burnes, Robert Wayne

Burnett, Edward Denzel

Burns, Gerald Ray

Burnsed, Randell Heathe

Burton, Thomas Lee

Bush, Thomas Burke

Butler, Elmo Larry

Butts, George Lessie

Bynum, Neil Stanley

Byrd, Elmer Don

Byrns, Gerald Winston Jr.

Caldwell, Larry Eugene

Callison, Jimmy Ray

Calvin, Glenn Henry

Campbell, Dwight Stanley

Campbell, Edgar Allen

Campbell, Jimmy Lee

Campbell, Thomas Eugene

Canady, Dee Okey Nelson

Canfield, Leon

Cardwell, Johnnie Wayne

Carney, Joshua Eli

Carpenter, Ramey Leo

Carter, Clyde Elmer Jr.

Carter, Ernest Lee

Carter, Merle Keith

Carver, Billy Kay

Casey, Michael Dale

Castillo, George Ralph

Castleberry, Billie Mac

Cauthron, R G

Cazares, James Steven

Cecil, Alan Bruce

Chalakee, Rudy York

Chambers, Billy Clayton

Chambers, Jackie Dean

Chambers, Jerry Lee

Chambers, Loranzey Paul

Chandler, Quinnen T Jr.

Chapham, David Lee

Chapman, Garry Raymond

Childs, Forrest Clifford

Chitwood, Jerry Michael

Chriss, Gary Doyle

Christiansen, Robert Douglas

Christie, Edward Eugene

Christy, Gilmore Wilson

Churchill, Wendell Eugene

Clay, Raymond

Clayton, Gary Everet

Clements, Richard Bart

Clemmer, Derrell W

Close, Floyd Eugene

Clower, Hugh Jr.

Coast, Albert Frank

Cobb, Milford Eudene

Coe, Benny Bob

Cole, Willie Jr.

Coleman, Robert Lewis

Collins, Albert Eugene

Combs, Virgil Carlyle

Constien, John Richard W

Cook, Larry Dean

Cooper, Tommy Dale

Copeland, Jerry Don

Corbo, Al Douglas

Cornett, Charles Randell

Costello, Stephen Randall

Couch, Gaylord Martin

Courtney, Ronnie

Covey, Jerry K

Cowan, Darrell Wayne

Cowan, Robert Le Rhea III

Cox, Lewis Earl

Cox, Stanley Gilbert

Craddock, Randall James

Crawford, Michael Alan

Crawford, William Lloyd

Craythorne, Robert Earl

Crisp, William Henry

Crockett, Stanley Gene

Crosby, Herbert Charles

Cross, Sammy Joe

Cruse, Stanley Joe

Cullum, Dennis Own

Cumiskey, James Lee

Cutter, William Scott

Dacy, James Wesley

Daily, Sam Webster

Dalton, James Gilbert

Daniels, Charles Wesley Jr.

Dart, Danny Joe

Dasher, Gary John

Davenport, John Sanford

Davey, Loren Keith

Davie, Thomas Earl Jr.

Davis, Buren Ray

Davis, Jerry William

Davis, John Louis

Davis, Ray Elbert

Davis, Ray Gene

Davis, Robert Wendell

Davis, Walter Emerson

Davoult, Gaylon Daryl

Day, Clinton Lee

Day, Dennis Irvin

Day, Jolly J

Deaton, Carl Woodrow

Deaton, John Claud

Deer, Terry Louis

Deere, Charles Kenneth

Deerinwater, Bruce Edward

Deevers, Donald James

Demings, David Eugene

Dempsey, Jack Taylor

Derrick, Randy Wayne

Dewberry, Jerry Don

Diehl, William Calvin Jr.

Dirickson, Marion Lee

Dobry, Steven Louis

Dodd, Richard Eugene

Doiron, Wilfred Alcide

Doke, James Allen

Domine, Manual De Leon

Donohue, Stephen Scott

Dowling, Jesse Willard

Downing, William Kelly

Dresher, Harry Everett Jr.

Drinnon, Bedford Lee

Dryden, Michael Theodore

Duke, Douglas Ovyle

Dumas, Lonnie Eugene

Duncan, Calvin Lee

Duncan, James Paul

Duncan, Roger Evans

Dunn, Donald Louis

Durant, Forbis Pipkin Jr.

Durham, Dwight Montgomery

East, James Boyd Jr.

Eatmon, James Larkin

Eaton, Norman Dale

Eddy, John Arthur

Edmonds, William Orville

Edwards, Charles David

Egger, John Culbertson Jr.

Eisenberger, George Joe Bu

Elkin, James Freeman

Elkins, Roger Lynn

Elliott, Billy Ronald

Elmore, Claude Eugene

Elston, Jackie Lindell

Emerson, Tom

Emmett, Gary William

Eoff, William Bradford Jr.

Ervin, Charles Dwayne

Eulitt, Leonard Elzy

Evans, Clive Leroy

Evans, Danny Leo

Evans, John Troy

Everett, Tony

Ezell, Burley Dean

Faires, Robert Don

Farbro, Millard Wade

Farris, Dennis Claude

Farris, Gary Bruce

Faught, Frank Edwin

Ferguson, Willie C Jr.

Ferrell, Charles Elton

Fields, Elmer Eugene

Fields, James Benjamin

Fields, John Curtis

Finerty, Michael Roy

Foiles, Francis Ivan

Foley, William Loyd

Ford, Richard William

Forman, Clarence Gene

Forney, Dennis Ray

Forrester, Joeden Duwayne

Fowler, James Harrell

Franklin, Marvin Lyle Jr.

Frazier, Floyd Wendell Jr.

Frazier, Fred Raymond Jr.

Frazier, Gene Allen

Frazier, John Dudley

Freeman, John Oliver

Freeman, Rex Bradford

Frost, Robert Dean

Fry, Nash

Fryer, Charles Wigger

Fuller, Michael Bruce

Gainer, John Robert

Gaines, Philip Falcona

Gaines, William Franklin

Galindo, Edwin Gene

Gamble, Dexter Hunton Jr.

Gardner, Daniel Eli

Gardner, Marion Lora

Garrett, Allen Matthew

Gauley, James Paul

Gay, Herbert Lyman

George, S W

Gibbons, Claude Robert

Gibson, Austin Dale

Bigson, Otha Douglas

Gilmore, William Allen

Gilmore, William F Jr.

Gist, Tommy Emerson

Gleghorn, Jerry Wayne

Glover, Edward Lee

Goddard, Robert Gordon

Going, Wallace

Goins, Billy Lee

Goins, Gerald

Good, John Dudley

Goodell, Jimmy Leon

Gordon, Drannon Ray

Goucher, Edward Louis

Goudeau, Jeff Jr.

Gough, Hurshell Harry

Grammar, William Michael

Green, James Arvil

Green, Jimmie Ray

Green, Wesley

Greer, Edmond Junior

Gregory, Bob Leroy

Gresham, Wilbert James

Gritts, William Archie

Grosslin, Gailen Cheek

Grundy, Anthony Warren

Guffey, James Dale

Guild, Leroy J Jr.

Guinn, Allen

Gustafson, Donald Lee

Guthrie, Dennis Harold

Guthrie, Edward F

Haley, Jack Wayne

Haley, Tommy Wayne

Hall, Billie Allen

Hall, Donald Joe

Hall, Gary Neal

Hall, Roy Ray

Hamilton, Floyd Wayne

Hamilton, James Leon

Hamilton, Larry Edward

Hammer, Robert Wayne

Hammons, Herbert Don

Hampton, David Conrad

Harbert, Ronald Vincent

Harger, Charles F Jr.

Hargrove, Teddy Earl

Harjo, Kenneth Dewayne

Harrison, Buffard Clifton

Hartness, Roger Dale

Harvey, Larry Drew

Harvey, Robert Leon

Havlick, John Charles

Hawkins, John Lee Jr.

Hays, Thomas Earl

Heidebrecht, Dale Roger

Heiderich, Danial Guy

Helvey, Joe Dean

Henderson, Marion F

Henderson, Robert Knapp Jr.

Henderson, Timothy

Hendon, William Attlee

Henshaw, Larry Roy

Henslee, James Eugene

Herschbach, Paul Dell

Hewitt, William Frank

Hickman, Joshua

Hicks, Glen Ray

Hicks, Paul Everett

Higdon, Jimmy Ray

High, Ronald Clyde

Hidebrand, Alfred Dean

Hilderbrand, Ronald Lee

Hill, Douglas Wayne

Hill, Foster Eugene

Hill, Jerry William

Hilterbran, Danny Lee

Hinckle, James Nelson

Hisaw, Teddy Lee Jr.

Hodges, Raymond Leon Jr.

Hoffman, John Paul

Holbrook, James Newton

Holden, Elmer Larry

Holder, James Edward

Holder, Samuel Loyd

Holderby, Verlin Don

Holding, Darrell Eugene

Holland, Gary R

Holley, Robert Gordon

Holloway, John Marshall

Hood, John Edward

Hope, Michael Clint

Hopkins, Alvin Jr.

Horinek, Brian Anthony

Horsman, George Leslie II

Hoskins, Gary Lee

Howard, A W Jr.

Howard, Michael David

Hubbard, Charles Austin

Hubbard, David Lee Jr.

Hubbard, Theodore Jr.

Hudgens, Edward Monroe

Hudson, Robert Benjamin

Hudspeth, James L

Humphreys, Larry Don

Humphries, Wayne Warren

Hunter, Michael J

Hutson, Ronald Wayne

Hutton, Charles Phillip

Hyatt, Michael Dale

Hyde, Jimmy Don

Hyslop, Leland Wayne

Ingram, John Lee

Irsch, Wayne Charles

Isaacs, Royal George Jr.

Isaacs, Sammy Floyd

Ishmael, Johnnie Leroy

James, Ricky Lynn

Janto, Paul Chalmers

Jenkins, Eugene Ray

Jennings, Earl Wayne

Jent, Billy Gene

Jesse, William Clifton

Johnson, Clifford Curtis

Johnson, Daryl Linn

Johnson, Dennis Van

Johnson, James Earl

Johnson, James Earl

Johnson, James Jr.

Johnson, Jerry Dean

Johnson, John Kirby

Johnson, Lee Grant

Johnson, Michael Lee

Johnson, Paul William

Johnson, Robert Lee Jr.

Johnson, Ronnie Lloyd

Johnson, Steven Edward

Johnson, Turner Coleman

Johnson, Vernon Joe

Johnston, Steven Bryce

Jones, Arland Jasper

Jones, Billy Charles

Jones, Gary Claud

Jones, Gary Howard

Jones, Harold Leslie

Jones, Howard Lee

Jones, Jerry Robert

Jones, Richard Warren

Jones, Robert Lee Jr.

Jones, Sammy Jr.

Jordan, Joe Ritchard

Junger, Walter Joseph Jr.

Kalsu, James Robert

Keahey, Carl John III

Keck, Garth Wayne Jr.

Keck, Russell Forrest

Keeler, Larry Dean

Kelley, Joe C

Kelsey, D J

Kenaga, Gary Lyle

Kendall, Albin Lee

Kennedy, Marcus Truman

Kester, Fred Duane

Kidd, Johnny Lee

Kiely, Billy Ray

Kindred, Ronny Kay

King, Francis J R

King, Larry Douglas

King, Verlon Donald Jr.

Kingsbury, Dave Royce

Kinkle, Bobby Gene

Kinney, John Wade

Kipp, Raymond Sidney

Kiser, Jerry Allen

Kniffin, Arnold Dean

Knight, Larry Coleman

Knight, Michael Perry

Koehn, Arlin Wayne

Koupe, Gregory Lance

Krieg, Ronald James

Krieger, Eldon Eugene

Krumrei, Donald Alan

Kummell, Robert Michael

Kusch, William Howard

La Fevre, Darrel Eugene

Lakey, Howard Wallace

Landkamer, Michael George

Landrum, James Alford

Langston, John Alan

Lannom, Wade, Andrew Jr.

Lansden, Thomas Jack

Lasiter, Lawrence Ray

Laskey, John Bennie

Latimer, Richard Eli Jr.

Lauderdale, Arthur Leon

Luinger, Joseph Mark

Lawrence, Clyde Wesley Jr.

Lawrence, John Robert

Lawson, Tommy Ross

Le Clair, Prentice Dale

Leathers, Clifford W Jr.

Ledford, Alvie Junior Jr.

Lee, Roger Gail

Leemhuis, Donald J

Lemley, Jimmy Davis

Leonard, James Michael

Leopard, Jack David

Lester, Earl Roy Jr.

Lewis, Benny Joe

Lewis, Donnie Gordon

Lewis, Jerry D

Linam, Maxie Dean

Lindberg, John David

Ling, William Clive

Lisenby, Max

Little, Sun Thomas Lee

Lloyd, Donald Lee

Locke, James Lee

Loeffler, Norman F Jr.

Love, Don Wayne

Love, Vernon Glen

Lowery, Freddie Leon

Loyd, Lonnie Douglas Jr.

Lucas, Paul David

Luman, Ronnie Dean

Luna, Abel

Lynch, Bruce Anthony

Lynn, Roy Eugene

Mabry, Ralph Edgar Jr.

Mackey, Talton Lee

Madden, Rory Antonio

Mandeville, Ross Edward

Maness, Martin Rowland

Manners, David Paul

Maready, Terry Kay

Marlow, John P

Marr, Noel Don

Martie, Ernest Raymond

Martin, Donald Arthur

Martino, Stephen Lee

Mason, Dennis Ray

Mason, George Arden

Massie, Larry Glen

Matlock, Nelson Allen

Mayer, Alexander Leo

McBride, Ben K

McBride, James Larry

McBurnett, Larry Turner

McClure, James M

McDaniel, Gilbert Ellis

McDonald, Albert Jr.

McDonell, Terry Keith

McDonough, George Watson

McDowell, Earl Wayne

McElhannon, James Phillip

McElreath, Randall Lee

McFarland, Arthur Ray

McGee, Darwin Dale

McGee, George William

McIntire, Don Ray

McKee, Wesley Raymond

McKinzie, Thomas Leon

McMillan, James M Jr.

McNeill, Michael Sidney

McVay, Thomas Martin

McVey, John Wesley

McWhorter, Jerry Monroe

McWilliams, Richard Eugene

Meixner, Edwin George

Mendenhall, Michael Joseph

Mercer, Gary Lynn

Merriman, John David

Messer, Perrell Edward

Michalik, Willy Robert

Midkiff, Gary Bruce

Mikulecky, Donald Henry

Miller, Allen Perda

Miller, Carl Robert

Miller, Charles Daniel

Miller, Jerry Lavon

Miller, Phillip

Mitchell, Arthur G

Mitchell, Jay Anderson

Mock, Donald Ray

Moffett, James Delton

Moore, Clarence Earl

Moore, Franklin Edward

Moore, James Curtis

Moore, Terry Englebert

Moran, Lonzo Joesph Jr.

Morgan, Jackie Ray

Morgan, Larry Gene

Moris, Edward

Morris, Michael Eugene

Morrison, Jackie Lee

Morrison, Randy Stanton

Mosburg, Henry Lee

Moses, Leslie Don

Moss, Ronald Gene

Mount, Charley Le Mear

Moyer, Robert W

Moyers, Murl Alvin

Mullins, Jimmy Meryl

Mullins, William Donald

Muncy, Robert William

Murphy, Jesse Allen

Myers, James Howard

Nabors, J C

Nabors, Paul Howard

Nayar, Walter Hodgkingson

Neal, Arthur Darnell

Neal, Barney King Jr.

Neely, Donald Lee

Neislar, David Phillip

Newfield, Jimmy Charles

Nieves, Jorge Luis

Niman, Robert O Neal

Noah, Josh Cain

Noah, Marvin Tidwell

Noe, Marvin Lewis

Odom, Henry Duane

Ogle, Lewis Milton

Oglesby, Ronald Charles

Okemah, John

Oliver, Charles Edward

Olmstead, Stanley Edward

Osborn, Charles Edward

Osborn, Robert James

Ovnand, Chester N

Owens, Fred Monroe

Pack, Robert Van

Padberg, Larry Gene

Padgett, Samuel Joseph

Pahcheka, Robert Carlos

Pappin, John Patrick

Parker, Danny Lynn

Parker, Johnny Ray

Parker, Richard Howard

Parks, A L

Parsons, Gerald Loyd

Parsons, Lionel Eugene

Parsons, Roy Brown

Patterson, Jerry Leroy

Patterson, Robert Wayne

Patton, Ronald Wade

Patton, Thomas James

Payne, Eldon Ray

Pearl, Raymond Jr.

Peck, Steven Russell

Pendergrass, James William

Perdue, Richard W

Perryman, Dallis

Pesewonit, Russell Eugene

Peters, David Arthur

Peters, Josh

Phillips, Oscar C Jr.

Phillips, Randall Scott

Pickett, Homer Lee

Pickett, Morrison Louis

Pierce, Jerry Dean

Pierce, Oscar Wayne

Pitts, Derwin Brooke

Pitts, Riley Leroy

Plato, Robert Dean

Pointer, Walter Leon

Poolaw, Pascal Cleatus Sr

Poole, Franklin Willie

Porter, Bobby L

Porter, Robert Lee

Pospisil, Alfred Frank

Powell, David Bruce Jr.

Powell, Peter Earl

Powell, Samuel Herbert

Poynor, Daniel Roberts

Pratt, Guy Leon Jr.

Pray, Vern Lee

Prewitt, Larry Gene

Price, Hubert Jr.

Prichard, John Lee

Prince, Eugene Jr.

Pulley, James Edward

Pulliam, Edgar Russell Jr.

Pulse, Doyle Gean

Ragsdale, Donald Ray O

Rangel, Florentino

Rankin, Kenneth Dean

Rankins, Donald Lee

Ransbottom, Frederick Joel

Ranstead, James Terry

Rapp, William Henry Jr.

Ratcliff, Lenox Lee

Ray, John Mack

Raymond, Robert Kenneth

Reed, John Arthur

Reed, William Elbert

Reeder, James Edward

Reese, Chester Roy Jr.

Reevs, John Curtis

Reid, Carl J

Rembert, Harvey Lee

Reyman, Lawrence Francis

Reynolds, David Mack

Reynolds, Earnest Lane

Reynolds, Eldon Lee

Reynolds, William Donald

Rhamy, Raymond Dale

Rhodes, Wayne A

Richards, Wayne

Riddle, Walter Ray

Ridge, Jesse Lee

Rieger, Rodney L

Riley, Joe Ed Jr.

Riley, Larry Lloyd

Ritchie, Herman Hiram

Robbins, Lawrence Stephen

Roberts, Albert C

Roberts, Charles Dwaine

Robertson, Don Mark

Robinson, George Bernard

Robinson, Thomas Dale

Robirds, Patrick Dale

Rodgers, Billy Gene

Rolen, Samuel Floyd

Rollins, Bobby John

Romero, Walter David

Rose, James Eldon

Rouse, Clarence Leon

Rouse, Frederick Eugene

Rowlett, Hal Jones

Roy, Billy Duane

Royal, Jerry Charles

Ruhland, Klaus Dieter R

Russell, Kenneth Truman

Rutledge, James Robert

Rycroft, Larry Wayne

Sales, Harlis Calvin

Sandefur, Tommy Gerald

Sanders, Frederick Wright

Sanders, Jimmy Doyle

Sanders, Kenneth Eugene

Sanders, Phillip Duane

Sanders, Ronald Lloyd

Saunders, Basil Lee

Saunders, William Michael

Savage, William Ross

Sawney, Jackie Lee

Scalf, James Ray

Schouweiler, David Lee

Scott, Donald Eugene

Scott, Martin Ronald

Scott, Perry Jay

Scrogum, Jimmie Charles

Seals, Clifford

Sehested, Ronald Allen

Seigle, William Arthur

Shackelford, Ivan J Jr.

Shackelford, Ricky Lee

Shafer, Francis Loe Jr.

Shannon, Patrick Lee

Shaw, Clarence Lee

Shaw, Roland Junior

Shaw, Ronnie Dean

Shawnee, Clark Vernon

Shearer, Don Tyrone

Shelton, James Harvey

Sherrill, John Otis

Sherrod, Edward Herbert

Shields, James Curtis

Shields, Ronald Wayne

Shipley, Drew Douglas

Shirley, Dale Edward

Shoopman, Kenneth Doyle

Shores, Danny Jean

Short, Larry Ray

Shuyler, James Earnest

Sides, Charles Kenneth

Sikkink, Roy Dean

Sillaway, Charles Eugene

Simmons, Ronald Wayne

Singer, Norman Paul

Singleton, J D

Sitton, Troy Nelson

Skinner, Kenneth W III

Sloan, Johnnie Lee

Sloan, Michael Lee

Sloat, Donald Paul

Smart, Arvel Ray

Smith, Albert Joseph

Smith, Allan Leslie

Smith, Allen Jay

Smith, Chales Leslie

Smith, Donald Boyd

Smith, Ervin Dale

Smith, Frederick Phillip

Smith, Howard Horton

Smith, Jack Milton

Smith, James Howell

Smith, James Robert

Smith, James Ronald

Smith, Myron Francis

Smith, Rickey Dovie

Smith, Sammy Ray

Smith, Tommy Dave

Smith, William Gene

Smoot, Raymond Eugene

Sneed, Carl Michael

Snodgrass, Jack Lee

Snook, James Arthur

Sockey, Ronald

Sodowsky, Melvin Dewayne

Sonaggera, Freddie Leon

Sparks, Stephen Duane Sr

Stanberry, Jerry Wayne

Standridge, Harley Roy

Starrett, John Delbert

Stayton, Coy G

Stedman, Lee Allen

Steele, David Mark

Steele, Walter Edwin

Stephens, Curtis Adron

Stephenson, David Richard

Steward, Steve Lee

Stinson, George William Jr.

Stivers, George Edward

Stizza, John Bonat

Stockdale, John Robert

Stow, Lilburn Ray

Stowers, Aubery Eugene Jr.

Street, Lenard Jr.

Strome, John Clarence

Sullens, George Buster Jr.

Sumter, Forrest Darryl

Sutton, Arthur Lavern

Sutton, Lowhman Solon

Sweeten, R C Earl

Taber, Jerry Dean

Tagman, Johnny Ray

Tarkington, Richard Jr.

Tarver, Lloyd Robert

Taylor, Clyde David

Taylor, Ernest Ray

Taylor, Larry

Teffs, James Richard

Tefft, George Edward

Terry, Delton Eugene

Thomas, Billy Lee

Thomas, Charles Elbert

Thomas, Joe Minor

Thomas, Michael Howard

Thompson, Frank Albert

Thompson, George Ray

Thompson, Nathaniel Anthony

Thompson, Ronald Eugene

Thompson, Rudy Michael

Thompson, Turner L Jr.

Thompson, Veney Ewell

Thornton, Terry Allen

Thurman, Raymond Dale

Tiffany, John Michael

Tifft, Danny William

Tipton, Martinis Gene

Tolbert, Clarence Orfield

Tomlinson, James Richard

Tracy, John Wayne

Treat, Floyd Gene

Treen, Harlin Perry

Trent, Jimmie Edward

Trigalet, Robert Ernest

Trizza, Sam Richard Jr.

Troyer, Rodney Phillips

Truesdell, John Leroy

Tucker, James Hale

Tuell, Robert Lee III

Tull, Martin Nelson

Turner, Eugene

Tyler, Edward

Tyner, James Anthony

Undenstock, Michael Lane

Upchurch, James Glenn

Vaughan, Thomas Cecil

Venable, Elton Ray

Vetter, Ernest Jr.

Vincent, Keith Dan

Wable, Samuel Lee

Wade, Boyd Lee

Wade, Thomas Joe

Wages, James Lewis

Wagner, Farl Duane

Walker, Jackie Dale

Wallace, Bartley Allen

Wann, Donald Lynn

Ward, Carl Ray Jr.

Ward, Leonard Daniel

Ward, Ronald Jack

Ward, William Lee

Ware, Orten Lee

Warnick, Michael Gene

Washington, Donald Leroy

Watkins, Anthony Ronald

Watson, Billy Joe

Watson, Frank Peter

Watson, Ronald Lee

Webb, Bill Alan

Webster, Henry Wayne

Welch, Gary Max

Wellman, Cecil Albert

Wells, Elroy Frederick

West, Danny Gene

West, Jimmy Don

Wheeler, Carl Eugene

Wheeler, Clinton Lee

Whiles, Fred Lamar Jr.

White, Allen Thomas

White, Gary Sidney

Whited, James Lafayette

Whitfield, Richarf K

Whitlock, Jimmie Dale

Wiegert, Larry Robert

Wilbanks, Donald Melven

Wilburn, John Edward

Wilcoxson, Robert Franklin

Willeford, Franklin Patrick

Williams, Bobby Ray

Williams, Claude Nathaniel

Williams, Danny

Williams, James

Williams, James Edward Jr.

Williams, Jerry Leonard

Williams, Larry Glen

Williams, Lavester Lee

Williams, Mack Wilbert

Williams, Mark Everett

Williams, Noel Dean

Wilson, Billy Leo

Wilson, Isaiah Herman

Wilson, James Clair

Wilson, John Charles

Wilson, Ray Gene

Wilson, Richard Lee

Wilson, Roger Glenn

Wilson, Wayne Michael

Wilson, William Dean

Winer, Roy Lee

Winget, Harold William

Winters, Steven Andrew

Wolfe, Hulsa D

Wolter, Ronald Alan

Wood, Ross W Jr.

Woods, Floyd William

Woodworth, Samuel Alexander

Woolsey, Jack Lee

Wright, Robert Carrol

Wright, Roscoe Jr.

Yancey, Craig Martin

Yearout, Donald Eugene

York, Daniel Webster

Young, Ronald Herman

Young, Ronald Wayne

Young, William Glenn

Zornes, Hamp Edwin

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  • Charles Manson, the notorious cult leader who led followers to murder several people in the 1960s, is dead, the California Department of Corrections said late Sunday. The 83-year-old died of “natural causes,” according to a CDCR news release. >> Click here to read the statement from the California Department of Corrections >> Charles Manson death: Notable reactions on social media TMZ reported Wednesday that Manson’s health had been deteriorating steadily. He was transported with five uniformed cops to a hospital in Bakersfield, California, three days earlier, the site said. >> Read more trending news The convicted mass murderer was imprisoned at Corcoran State Prison in Corcoran, California, and was known as the leader of what later became known as the Manson Family cult. Despite the conviction, Manson himself never committed the murders. >> PHOTOS: Notable deaths 2017 Born in 1934, he was infamously connected to the violent murder of actress Sharon Tate and others in Hollywood. The Family, as they became known, carried out at least 35 murders, most of which never resulted in convictions.  The first murders occurred in Aug. 1969, at a Los Angeles home rented by Roman Polanski. Mason reportedly directed four followers -- Steven Parent, Charles “Tex” Watson, Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel and Linda Kasabian -- to brutally murder four victims in the house. Tate, Polanski’s pregnant wife, was among them, as were hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee bean heiress Abigail Folger and her partner, writer Wojciech Frykowski. Polanski was shooting a movie in London. >> PHOTOS: Charles Manson through the years The Family, made up of about 100 followers, lived unconventionally and routinely used hallucinogenic drugs, such as magic mushrooms and LSD. In January, Manson was hospitalized with a reported serious illness. According to TMZ, he had severe intestinal bleeding. He was sent back to Corocoran after doctors said he was too weak for doctors to repair a lesion. 
  • The budget bill passed by the special session of the Oklahoma legislature didn’t appear to make anyone happy, even those who voted “aye” last week. It certainly didn’t satisfy Gov. Mary Fallin, who vetoed nearly the entire package Friday,  a move that will likely mean another special session. For educators, it’s especially frustrating since despite much rhetoric and many promises, there is no raise for teachers in the bill.  Dr. Shawn Hime is Executive Director of the Oklahoma State School Boards Association. He tells KRMG he’s frustrated that despite constantly hearing how important education is from voters and from the state’s elected leaders, once again teachers got passed over for a raise.  “Everyone who runs for office, it seems like, does tout education as being very important, top of their list,” he told KRMG Friday. “Every poll from voters has education at the top of the list for the most important things to fund, most important things to improve, teacher pay. But at the end of the day, to date, we haven’t been able to hit the finish line with that because of political squabbling over what the revenue source is, where the revenue source comes from, where the money goes - any number of things.” He said the number of emergency teaching certificates issued this year serves as a stark example of the problem.  In 2012, the state issued a total of 32. “This year, through November, we already have over 1,800 emergency certified teachers that have been approved and are in our classrooms,” Hime said, “and that is a direct reflection of not adequately funding education, not giving teachers a pay raise for over a decade, and continuing to have this partisan bickering at the state Capitol instead of doing what’s right for Oklahoma.” Things will be dire when the legislature re-convenes in February.  Estimates of the budget hole going into that session range from $500 million to as much as $800 million. 
  • Congressional Republicans left Capitol Hill late last week excited about the prospects for sweeping legislation which would deliver tax cuts and tax reform, as with approval of a House tax bill, the focus has shifted to the Senate, and whether GOP leaders can muster the needed votes to approve a slightly different GOP tax measure after Thanksgiving. “This bill gives Americans more take home pay by cutting taxes and preserving deductions for home mortgage interest and charitable contributions,” said Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) – while he’s on board, only a handful of GOP Senators are expected to determine the fate of this legislation. Here’s where things stand on Capitol Hill: 1. Remember, there is more to do than tax reform. Yes, Republicans want to get tax reform done by the end of the year. But there are other measures which will need attention as well after the Thanksgiving break. For example, the Children’s Health Insurance program needs to be reauthorized, and has been in limbo since October 1. A temporary federal budget runs out on December 8, and there still hasn’t been a deal announced on how much Congress will decide to spend on the discretionary budget, which is what funds pretty much everything outside of mandatory spending items like Social Security and Medicare. There had been talk earlier this year of a possible government shutdown showdown, but that seems unlikely right now, because it would really get in the way of GOP efforts on tax reform. House Speaker Paul Ryan still wants all that spending work – a giant omnibus funding bill – done by the end of the year. House Speaker Ryan: Don't intend on stopgap government funding into next year. — DailyFX Team Live (@DailyFXTeam) November 14, 2017 2. A rush of spending seems likely. In order to get a deal on the discretionary budget for 2018, it’s expected there will be a sizeable increase in defense spending in any final spending deal for next year – President Trump had asked for $54 billion in extra military funding, but there’s no sign of any budget cuts to immediately offset the cost of that. Not only is that extra money likely to be approved, but a third hurricane disaster relief bill seems likely to be voted on by Congress in December as well. The latest White House request was for $44 billion, much less than what Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico have asked for in terms of hurricane aid. That would make total aid close to $100 billion just this year. In the latest disaster aid plan, the White House for the first time is seeking offsetting budget cuts to pay for some of that extra spending. The plan unveiled last Friday has $14 billion in cuts now, and another $44 billion in cuts later – later, as in between 2025 and 2027, after President Trump is gone from the Oval Office. White House wants $44 billion in hurricane relief, offers some cuts now, more in 2025-2027 https://t.co/wg7ggSUI0C — Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) November 17, 2017 3. Some Senators to watch on tax reform. When lawmakers return to legislative sessions the week of November 27, the main political game on Capitol Hill will be figuring out where everyone stands on the GOP tax reform bill in the Senate. This is a similar scenario to what went on with Republicans on health care reform, and many of the same players are involved. On the bubble right now would be Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ). Also, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has said he wants major changes on how small businesses and pass through businesses are dealt with. Don’t count the bill out yet, but there is a lot of work to do. And one thing is for sure – someone will be watching them very closely. Republican Senators are working very hard to get Tax Cuts and Tax Reform approved. Hopefully it will not be long and they do not want to disappoint the American public! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2017 4. Some items you probably won’t see in 2017. One item that won’t be acted on this year is an infrastructure bill. President Donald Trump has talked about his grand $1 trillion infrastructure program since the 2016 campaign, but at this point, there is still no detailed plan, and there is no bill in the Congress. On immigration, there’s still lots of talk about wheeling and dealing on DACA and border security, but I’m not sure there’s the political will to do that. Don’t look for funding for the border wall, but instead for something that sounds like border security, but isn’t the wall. With tax reform dominating the agenda, don’t look for anything on DACA until 2018. DACA: 3 whole months left to come up w/something. Of course there is also Thanksgiving; Christmas: New Years; etc…..no pressure. — David Gee (@CurtG345) November 18, 2017 5. One issue that has disappeared – the deficit. It used to be that Republicans were all about reigning in spending, and cutting the size of government. Now that they have had control of the House, Senate and White House, they are poised to, to, to, do nothing in 2017 on that front. The budget doesn’t balance for at least ten years (if not more), there were no major spending cuts enacted by the Congress, there was no appetite for savings in mandatory spending programs, either. The cuts included in the President’s budget have pretty much been ignored by lawmakers, and it took the White House three disaster aid bills before any offsetting budget cuts were proposed. Meanwhile, the yearly federal deficit is trending back up, and with the disaster relief bills, and an increase in the federal budget caps, there will be more red ink in 2018. Only a few Republicans have stuck with their familiar call for budget discipline. Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) on adding $1.5 trillion to the deficit: “If this was a Democratic bill we wouldn’t even be voting for it. That’s how hypocritical this place has become.” https://t.co/H5FduNppVH — MainStream Coalition (@ksmainstream) November 17, 2017
  • A national group is speaking out about Norman High School apparently violating the separation of church and state before a football game. The group Freedom From Religion Foundation claims they have received a complaint from a parent stating the football team and coaches prayed before a game. Chris Line is an attorney for the group and says, 'There could be a member on the team who doesn't agree with this Christian prayer that goes on, and they're not going to speak out about it.' School officials tell us they are looking into the complaint. Do you think the school should get in trouble if this is true?
  • We have good news if you have outdoor plans for your Sunday. National Weather Service Meteorologist Robert Darby says it will be a whole lot less windy and the sun will come out to play. “It should be a fairly mild day with sunny skies,” Darby said.  “Temperatures will be near 60.” The low Sunday night will drop to around 37 degrees. Temperatures will continue to rise on Monday.  NWS reports sunny skies and a high around 64 degrees.