Read On! First Day of School

When I was in school, I always viewed the first day of school like New Year’s Day. It’s a day for new beginnings. To encourage new habits, to reinvent my scholarly self, to perfect my planner’s color coding, and to finally break my habit of procrastination. (I never accomplished that last one.) If the first […]

Read On! Summer Reading

Summer is here and we’re so excited! It’s our busiest time of year with our Summer Reading Program for children, teens, and adults. We have classes and activities almost every day of the week and we have a huge increase in the number of people we see each day. It’s fantastic! Beyond being super fun […]

Introducing Mango Languages

  Do you want to learn to speak Cherokee while waiting to pick the kids up from school? Practice your Spanish at home in your underwear? Pick up some Russian while on vacation? The Pryor Library has purchased a subscription to Mango Languages which will allow you to do all that – and more. Use […]

Pryor Tornado: April 27, 1942

In April of 1942, while the world was in the midst of World War II, tragedy hit much closer to home. A devastating tornado tore through Pryor, leaving a wake of destruction in its path and earning the title of 5th most deadly tornado in Oklahoma history. Click the picture below to visit the full gallery.