A cotton and oil boomtown.

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Ardmore began in 1887 as a stop along the route of the Santa Fe Railroad, but this is far from the only unique cultural characteristic about this early Oklahoma town. Ardmore was one of our nation's cotton capitals until oil made it one of the biggest boomtowns in the Southwest. Both of these economic kick starters gave Ardmore the baseline and resilience to become one of the most thriving economic centers of southern Oklahoma.


This week on LoyalTV, join us in Ardmore for a look back at the life of the hall-of-fame cowgirl and rodeo queen.

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