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Brandon Case has spent the majority of his life living near the 99th Meridian, an imaginary line used for mapping purposes that circles the earth and runs through the North and South Poles.
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July 25, 2013 12:42 p.m.

A Mormon, a Catholic priest, a Methodist minister, a flock of turkeys, and a wrecked picked up truck all come together on a highway ...
No, this is not a joke. That’s just who and what I saw early Thursday morning while bicycling southeast of town.
The truck rested in the opposite ditch from the direction which it appeared to be headed (west), and a highway patrolman snapped a photograph of the damage as I pedaled by. An ambulance, sans lights, had passed me earlier as I headed south on Country Club Road.
A flock of turkeys--including a hen and her jakes and jennys (don’t know which was which)--is currently hanging around some property just south of the lake between 20th SE and 30th SE. This makes the second time I have seen them over the past week or two. So, if you drive that way regularly, please be aware.
Finally, on the ride back into town, I saw First United Methodist minister Dan Ferguson, heading out the way I had just come. About a mile or two further, I rode briefly with Father Floyd McKinney of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. His pre-work riding companion this morning was Erin Crouch, who is Director of Religious Education at the church.
That wraps up my version of “We saw …,” which was a short, popular column that regularly appeared on the front page of the Chickasha Daily Express. I worked at the newspaper the summer following college graduation.

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