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The Horse Trough Saloon, in Stopgap, Oklahoma, is almost a national monument. That's how the locals feel, anyway. Its owner, Clyde Wrigley, is a man who's worked hard all his life. Just when the saloon becomes a financial success, Clyde's wife succumbs to cancer. Now, a lead man representing a shady group of moneyed investors from Las Vegas wants to buy the property and business Clyde has worked so hard to build. Revenues from the Horse Trough Saloon, and its adjoining space called the "opera house," support Clyde, his grandmother, and more than 25 employees. See what takes place in the small town of Stopgap when a man called "Junior" from up north buys a place just outside of town and befriends Clyde, his employees, and some special residents of Stopgap. Prepare for fireworks when the group of disreputable investors ramps up the pressure to try to force Wrigley out and take over his thriving business.