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.
On common grounds
Coffee and history are intertwined, as much as spices salt and pepper are to history.
Service, fellowship were impressive from Mission Enid
This was the fifth annual youth mission event. Enid was selected this year because of the willingness of Enid’s four congregations to host the event.
More than 100 Palestinians killed in Gaza
One rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a gas station and set it ablaze earlier Friday in southern Israel, wounding three people, one seriously, and the army said the condition of a soldier wounded by rocket shrapnel on Thursday had worsened. But there have been no deaths on the Israeli side, in large part because of a new rocket-defense system that has intercepted at least 129 incoming projectiles.
Who are you? For some it’s difficult to answer
Then there’s your personality. Are you shy and retiring or do you fill every room you enter with your charm, wit and charisma?
There’s also your behavior. Are you a good witch or a bad witch? Are you gentle and kind or cruel and brutish?
Enid city manager search should be as open as possible
Now is the time to make your opinions known to your city commissioner. Readers are welcome to submit signed letters to the editor of no more than 300 words, or they can comment online at EnidNews.com or on the Enid News & Eagle Facebook page.
Media’s Fort Sill tour tightly controlled
Fort Sill is one of three military bases across the country that are housing these children — ages 12 to 17 — as they leave their families mostly in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, to make a run for the United States border — alone — in hopes of a better life here.
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