Awareness raised about academic challenges of low-performing schools
In Oklahoma public schools with at least three-fourths of students from low-income households, about half of those didn’t make significant improvement over the past year, according to an Oklahoma Watch analysis of recent state test results.
Letter: Make Oakwood Mall an asset, not a liability
The mall, with its controlled climate, brings in a lot of shoppers from the Enid area. Without this incentive, they will go to other towns that have malls. Enid’s sales volume and tax revenue will go down.
Don’t lay trash in your polycart and keep it green
Solid Waste Supervisor Sara Del Angel said “anything green” is fair game — that includes grass clippings, weeds, vines, leaves and even branches.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 3-27-2014
When you lay in a bed. you naturally feel sorry for yourself.
Letter: Oklahoma legislators should not make marijuana legal
If marijuana can be used as a pain medication, it should be dispensed by a pharmacy, with a written prescription stating dosage and instructions, and be strongly controlled as other addictive drugs are.
An intimate anniversary
The Enid Event Center manager wanted a big name to coincide with the venue’s one-year anniversary.
The joys of travel
On New Year’s Day 1914, the first commercial passenger airline flight traveled from St. Petersburg, Fla., to Tampa, just across Tampa Bay.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 3-25-14
MAYOR ROGERS SUGGESTS A NEW CAREER FOR LINDBERGH
A plan for the future
City Planner Chris Bauer made the recommendation during the study session last week. It’s been nine years since the city’s comprehensive plan was amended.
Old, cold ... dependable
Our refrigerator, you see, is going on 31 years old.
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