ⓘ Loco, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Loco, Oklahoma

Two theories exist as to how Loco acquired its name. One theory, popularized by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, states that the community was named for locoweed found in the area. The second theory, proposed by the niece of founder Albert G. Cranfill, suggests the name came from the Latin locus. It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.

                                     
  • Loco or El Loco may refer to: In the United States Loco Georgia, an unincorporated community Loco Oklahoma a village Loco River, Puerto Rico Elsewhere
  • Toro Loco is run on the AMSOIL Series with rookie driver Mark List behind the wheel. Mark won the first overall event in 2016 at Tulsa, Oklahoma Becky
  • University of Oklahoma Press. pp. 72. ISBN 0 - 8061 - 1828 - 8. Shapard, Bud 26 November 2012 Chief Loco Apache Peacemaker. University of Oklahoma Press. pp
  • State Highway 53 is an 86.6 - mile 139.4 km highway in southern Oklahoma It connects Walters in Cotton County to Gene Autry in Carter County. It has one
  • quickly transitioned from teaching to school administration in Loco Oklahoma and Magnum, Oklahoma After this time, Ballenger attended the University of Chicago
  • foothold in Oklahoma City. There are many rival gangs in Oklahoma City, one whose headquarters has been established in the city, the Southside Locos traditionally
  • miles 15.8 km north of Ringling at SH - 53 east of Loco State Highway 89 was first added to the Oklahoma state highway system on July 26, 1944. The original
  • Locoweed also crazyweed and loco is a common name in North America for any plant that produces swainsonine, a phytotoxin harmful to livestock. Worldwide
  • The El Loco - Motion Tour was a concert tour by American rock band ZZ Top. The tour took place in North America and Europe from 1981 through 1983. Most of
  • its route passes through the state of Oklahoma Entering the state south of Davidson, the highway serves Oklahoma s southern tier before exiting the state