Letter: The scars will remain
For people providing behavioral health services to disadvantaged Oklahomans, overwhelmingly children, who currently wrangle with Oklahoma’s 46th ranked per capita spending on mental health — these actions deeply wound our efforts.
Editorial: What’s not to like about a Ferris wheel in Enid?
Some people will complain about almost anything, but it’s hard to criticize news of a 45-foot tall Ferris wheel coming this fall to Meadowlake Park.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 2-27-2014
WILL ROGERS WIRES AN OPINION ON THE SACCO-VANZETTI CASE
Letter: Marijuana opponents’ arguments don’t hold up
Gov. Fallin’s position against legal marijuana is indefensible. Cannabis is not destroying health and endangering public safety. Meth, cocaine, heroin, crack and whiskey do.
Letter: Oppose Oklahoma’s proposed income tax reduction
Oklahomans, if you agree with our governor and the Republican Legislature that reducing the state income tax will encourage companies to come to Oklahoma, then I would like to visit with you to purchase shares in my proposed Ponzi scheme.
Editorial: New Enid center for active aging worth a discussion
Every day, we are all getting older. And it’s not always fun to talk about that subject.
‘Les Miserables’: It’s hardly almost Heaven in West Virginia
Sometimes life seems like it could just not get any worse.
Letter: Problems with Oklahoma 11 need attention
I am writing to draw your attention to Oklahoma 11 from Blackwell, going west to Medford, Cherokee, Alva and on across the state.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 2-25-14
WILL ROGERS SAYS TODAY
Code breakers: Pulling discussion a good plan with pending legislation
A vacant building registry would allow a municipality to keep a list of which structures, whether business or residential, are empty.
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