City ethics policy could avoid concern with conflict
Recently, members discussed a possible conflict of interest with industry professionals serving on the panel, which could recommend ETN require local groups to either shoot video themselves or hire a private firm.
Letter: Wind energy is mainstream source
This study indicates a multitude of reasons our state should back wind energy.
Prison overcrowding, understaffing need to be addressed
Inmate Timothy Dunivan, 61, was found dead at the James Crabtree Correctional Center at about 8 a.m. Saturday, according to Department of Corrections spokesman Jerry Massie.
- Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 4-3-2014
Famous last words: From the sacred to the profane
Conspiracy theorists point to the fact the initial release of the last words from the cockpit of the doomed airliner was incorrect.
Enid educators deserve respect for district-wide recognition
Now we’d like to give some positive recognition to their work inside the classroom.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 4-1-14
MR. ROGERS EXTENDS HIS OWN INVITATION TO COL. LINDBERGH
Oklahoma Highway Patrol estimated the crowd at around 25,000, including some from Enid and northwest Oklahoma. It was the largest rally at the Capitol in more than two decades. That’s an impressive number of people pushing for education.
Keep your eyes up
We’re coming up on severe weather season in Oklahoma. That means we will be turning our eyes to the sky often when bad weather threatens.
Letter: Be proud of our local library
During my personal visits to Enid’s library, I have always experienced courteous and efficient assistance from its staff.
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