Wayne Coyne goes home...
Wayne Coyne goes home to Oklahoma City.
Coyne and his wife, Michelle Martin-Coyne, choose to remain in the house they bought in 1992, in the same rough, low-income neighborhood where Tom and Dolly Coyne raised him, and taught him about honest, hard work. Story | Video
Ben Harjo goes home...
The walls of Viola Harjo’s living room feature many works of the well-known Native American Indian artist Ben Harjo Jr. — otherwise known as Viola’s son.
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Henry Bellmon goes home...
Henry Bellmon goes home to Billings, Oklahoma.
Trees cover much of the old red schoolhouse that Henry Bellmon attended nearly 80 years ago, but nothing covers his memory of it. He walked a mile and a quarter to school, carrying a lard bucket with a hearty lunch fixed by his mother. Story | Video
Jane Jayroe goes home...
Jane Jayroe remembered how it felt to be a part of a winning girls basketball team — the chemistry of a team that ran countless laps and stairs and abided by team rules and put trophies in the trophy case. After looking at the pad, Jayroe looked up at the American flag.
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Kim Henry goes home...
As the only girl and sister to three rowdy brothers, Kim Blaine knew the rules: Don’t cry. Don’t tell. Eat fast. Keep up, or be left behind.
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Gary England goes home...
In Seiling, U.S. Highway 281 splits the east and west awning-covered sidewalks of downtown. But neither it, nor the 18-wheel trucks or motorcycles or pickups on the road could block the memories Gary England pulled out of those store fronts.
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Bryan Painter goes home ...
The floor's metal furnace grate was cold and moist against my 8-year-old cheeks. Lying chest down, my eyes were operating in High Definition decades before HD was cool. I couldn't believe what was glistening in the darkness below. I still can't.
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