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An Introduction to the Oklahoma Panhandle, or "No Man's Land"

High Plains in Oklahoma near Black Mesa State Park
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High Plains in Oklahoma near Black Mesa State Park

The Huffington Post has provided an engaging overview of the Oklahoma Panhandle, otherwise known as “No Man’s Land.” The article details unique Oklahoma Panhandle events such as the Cow Chip Throwing Competition, held each April in Beaver, and the Posthole Digging Competetion, which takes place the first weekend in June each year in Boise City.

The article also provides introductions to the No Man's Land Museum in Goodwell, as well as a description of the Panhandle’s ghost towns and Black Mesa, the highest point in Oklahoma and home to state park and nature preserve.