The dramatic evolution of social media has caused confusion among the population about what is fact and what is opinion - and newspapers have had to conform to make clear the delineation. But a selection of local, state and national opinions are as important to readers as they've ever been, which is why readers have noticed a surge in local contributions. More additions are on the horizon, and that could mean more responses to various columns. That's why it's important that the Tahlequah Daily Press stresses its policy for Readers Forum - what in the past was referred to as "letters to the editor."
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State Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, who voted for the law, said blocked intersections are a common constituent complaint in his city. He also said he was hopeful his vote would send a message to railroads to work together with communities.
I applaud Enid News & Eagle for your sound journalistic practices and for explaining them in an editorial. I especially applaud your pract…
Not everyone agrees with all the viewpoints we publish, but we do not censor points of view on the Opinion page. We edit for grammar and style and allow issue-oriented criticism that avoids personal attacks.
If we’re to ever heal the wounds of racial discord in this nation, we all must face and honestly acknowledge the roots of today’s evils — roots that draw on centuries of violence and oppression, instigated, justified and covered up by a predominantly white power structure that remains largely intact to this day.