Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 7-17-2014
I get what the wheat farmers are sore at Hoover about. He wouldn’t let them hold up the people for bread during the war. Their excuse is that everybody else held us up, so why pick on them.
Letter: Attend functions at the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
Clothing, donned by volunteers, reflected the “frontier spirit.”
Of rats and men: Regrets, I've had a few
“Regrets, I’ve had a few; but then again, too few to mention.”
Letter: Just relax...
As I was weaving my way to work to avoid potholes the other day, I almost became angry. Then, I reminded myself that we have walking trails. I also reminded myself that we have the Enid Event Center!
Letter: Regarding rights
This letter is in response to the guest editorial in the July 10 paper by the Muskogee Phoenix (part of Community Newspaper Holdings Inc.).
A recent tragedy, though, points out the need for extra caution when you are out on the highway. Two men were killed Friday in an accident at 54th and U.S. 412.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 7-15-14
WILL ROGERS SENDS A BEAT ABOUT THE NEW FORD CAR
Cutting to the chase
At present, gay marriage is legal in 19 states and the District of Columbia, while 31 states have enacted gay marriage bans. Nine of those states, including Oklahoma, have had their gay marriage bans overturned by the courts, but appeals are in progress.
America: Land of the free and home of the pessimistic?
The United States was ranked No. 33 in that poll, right between Bahrain and Cameroon.
Thad, Trent Luckinbill deserve big thumbs up for producing ‘The Good Lie’
One of the pair’s most recent productions is “The Good Lie,” starring Reese Witherspoon. The film tells the story of the “Lost Boys” of Sudan and their transition as they reach the United States.
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