We are pleased the federal government will allow our state to operate the Insure Oklahoma health care plan for another year.
The bomb’s bursting in the air, unless it’s a dud
Fireworks have long been a passion of mine. During my childhood, they were sweet forbidden fruit, enjoyed in small, tantalizing bites, and only with heavy parental supervision.
Fourth is more than cookouts
Remember the true meaning behind today’s celebration.
We reported this week that the federal government is ending a well-intentioned program that provides millions of dollars worth of equipment to thousands of rural fire departments, including nearly 800 in Oklahoma.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 7-4-14
WILL ROGERS HOPES TO JOIN THE FESS-MAGRUDER CLUB
Dear Terrorist, why do you hate us so?
How are you? I am fine.
We hope this year’s Fourth of July celebration is fun and goes off without a hitch.
Letter: What George didn't say
What George Will wrote in his June 23 column, “Stopping a lawless president,” is important, but left out much. He wrote only about what the legislative and judicial branches can do to stop executive overreach.
It’s easy to cry “speed trap” when you drive through a small town on the highway and see a police car on the side of the road, presumably with the officer inside with a radar gun.
What’s in a name? Darn near everything
I was born just after the Cretaceous Period, in 1952, when flat-top haircuts and white T-shirts were considered high fashion.
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