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"I made them for my kids, grandkids, great-grandkids." Herb Pruitt worked with wood almost all of his life. "When my boys got 5 and 6 years old I started working with them in the shop," Pruitt said.

2 News talked to a Jay man working to change lives one toy at a time in his retirement,

A Green Country youth organization is rolling with the punches and stepping up in Bartlesville.

“Give those that are at a disadvantage a little more advantage by helping them with their homework. An assessment was done to find out where they needed help, and we made sure they got that help,” Lorront Carney said, the WCC’s executive director.

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Students on computers at the Westside Community Center in Bartlesville.

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