Monday, August 10, 2020

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all the government

All the government Oklahoma could ever want

The old phrase "You learn something new every day!" still applies to me, and probably many others no matter how old we get. For...

‘What we fear to fear’: a pandemic diary

April 28, 2020 Outside Wanette Thunder rolls from the west into Pottawatomie County. Emmylou Harris is playing. Emmy and I have spent a lot of down...
caring for the environment

Caring for the environment can help you get through the pandemic

To paraphrase Mahatma Gandhi, this Earth provides enough to satisfy everyone’s needs but not everyone’s greed. As an environmentalist and a minimalist, I cannot help...
gray days

‘Gray days are the hardest’: a pandemic diary

4.21.20 Norman Gray days are the hardest. On days when the sun shines, we are out walking, dogs on leashes, mothers and dads pushing strollers, helmeted kids...
open sesame

Open sesame: Kevin Stitt and the 40 mayors

You can hear it faintly in the distance: A call from the governor's OKC residences, or perhaps his home in Tulsa, to slowly re-open...
essay contest

Students, enter our essay contest and win a $100 gift certificate

As we watch the spread of COVID-19 across the world, our routines, schedules and ways of life have been put on a hard pause....
The Easter bunny is an essential worker

Parents agree: The Easter bunny is an essential worker

A big shout out to all the essential workers doing their thing right now. I know working through a pandemic isn't a situation people...
Muscogee

Muscogee (Creek) culture thrives through education

The Muscogee (Creek) have kept their languages alive since around 900-1000 A.D. Greg Anderson, secretary of education, employment and training and acting tribal administrator,...
behavioral changes

Bad news for Cheetos: Our behaviors are changing

A new normal is quickly settling in for our lives, and with it our behaviors are changing. The mantra of "wash your hands" and...
Drive-in theaters

Last picture show: Drive-in theaters ask to stay open

NINNEKAH — As the COVID-19 outbreak worsens in the United States, some Oklahoma drive-in theaters want to keep their doors open to cure cabin...

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