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Wagoner Christmas tree star missing

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The Christmas tree, located in the middle of the displays at the burned out buildings, is now flat where the star should be.

The Wagoner Christmas tree is going to look a little awkward this holiday season — unless city crews can get their hands on the green star that normally sits on top.

The green star, which is part of the artificial Christmas tree, has been missing since Nov. 15 when city crews were setting up holiday decorations around the city.

It’s either misplaced, or somebody picked it up while crews were setting up decorations, said Wagoner City Clerk Rhonda Hash.

“The star has always been a part of the tree, and it’s a big tree,” Hash said. “We’d really like to get it back.”

City crews were hauling Christmas decorations from their Christmas warehouse, north of Semore Park, and onto their trailer earlier last week. Somewhere around the time crews were setting up decorations in town, the star got misplaced.

The Christmas tree is located in the “burned out buildings” section of Wagoner, or better known as Bob, along Main St and OK-51.

The Christmas tree, located in the middle of the displays at the burned out buildings, is now flat where the star would be. If the star isn’t found and returned to the City of Wagoner, they may be forced to get a brand, new Christmas tree since the star was attached to part of the tree.

According to a City of Wagoner-Municipality Facebook post on Nov. 15, “Whoever has picked it up, if you would please return it to the City of Wagoner we would be very grateful. We always display this tree in the middle of our light show, and it wouldn’t be the same without it.

The Christmas tree is always lit up around the holiday time in Wagoner. They recently just purchased new lights for the Christmas tree, as well. The only thing that’s missing is the star that brings it all together.

If you have seen the green star, which is approximately two feet tall, you are asked to contact the City of Wagoner.

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