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Mmm, Donuts: "Mornings on Mainstreet" in Claremore

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Jana Jae of Claremore on GMO Jana Jae of Claremore on GMO

Another installment of Good Morning Oklahoma, filled with food and fun -- this time, in Claremore.

The GMO crew mingled with viewers and community members at Gripado's Day & Night Donuts on South 4151 Road Tuesday morning.

Owner Carlos Gripado says his donuts are made with a secret ingredient -- and hard work.

Keith Taylor and Laura Moss spoke with reps from Rogers State University, which is the state's fastest growing regional university.

The university's president, Dr. Larry Rice, talked about the many changes coming to RSU, including the recently opened student apartments community on campus, serving the 500 students living on campus.

Another highlight on Tuesday morning -- the well-known musicians fiddling for the crowd, Jana Jae, who has played for the Grand Ole Opry and Hee-Haw.

Judy Cornelius of Glenpool walked away with a 19-inch TV, just for answering a trivia question about yesterdays GMO show.

GMO will make its way to Bartlesville Wednesday, setting up shop at Weeze's on 328 South Dewey Avenue.

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