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The day Matt tripped over a pothole

Imagine that Matt Swearengin and Kevin Farr were crossing a street one day, and Matt tripped in one of Durant’s widely-known potholes and fell down, hitting his head on the curb. And then … more

Lankford’s great, whopping untruths

Our Senators from Oklahoma keep spreading information that they must know is just wrong. “Snowball” Jim Inhofe will still be maintaining that climate change is a hoax when all the … more

Woman seeking information on old painting

To the great people and wonderful community of Durant Oklahoma: I am so very happy to be sending this letter to your hometown, a community so full of loving families who support one another. I … more

An Okie writes home

I attended Austin City Limits music festival this past weekend, and on Saturday, I had an urge I haven’t felt since I lived in Oklahoma. I’m from Bryan County¬—Calera to be … more

Something good in a bad situation: Bryan County vaccination program

Most of the articles I have written about the Covid-19 pandemic in Bryan County have been dark and gloomy articles. And it’s not that I am a dark, gloomy person, a pessimist. I like to joke and … more

Humphrey chides Biden on vaccine mandates, other actions

OKLAHOMA CITY – Rep. Justin Humphrey, R-Lane, emailed a letter last week to President Joe Biden telling the nation’s executive that his actions are an embarrassment and destructive to the … more

Governor trying to privatize health care for low-income residents

We’re in a war, with Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt and private insurance companies versus a majority of the people of Oklahoma. The prize being fought over is health care for low-income … more
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