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Raymond H. Fields

Raymond H. Fields

Inducted: 1973 RAYMOND H. FIELDS (1897-1979), a pioneer newsman for Pontotoc County, Indian Territory, published newspapers in Oklahoma for half a century, including with the Guymon Herald. He was one of the best-known and respected state journalists, following the...
D.C. “Clancy” Frost

D.C. “Clancy” Frost

Inducted: 1973 D.C. “CLANCY” FROST (1908-1965) spent more than two decades proving his “independent country newspaper,” the Kiowa County Star-Review of Hobart, could achieve the same quality of reporting, editing and editorial excellence as a...
Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey

Inducted: 1973 PAUL HARVEY (1918-2009) of Tulsa was a leading conservative political commentator and columnist for many decades. He broadcasted for more than 462 radio stations and 126 television stations daily, and his column appeared in 300 newspapers, reaching more...