Pulp fiction and a doll of a real life caper
As the car approached the dark alley, made blacker by the moonless sky, the driver turned off his head lights.
My life as a fortune cookie
Daily life forces us into routines.
‘Tis the season to roast turkey, fa la la la, la la, la la...
Turn out the lights on Claremore city government
At the rate the City of Claremore is losing city officials someone needs to tell the last person leaving to be sure and turn out the lights at City Hall.
Tad Jones: A honor serving Rogers County
It has been a tremendous honor for me to serve House District 9 in the
Murder, mayhem and dancing in the streets
My interest in the macabre sets in every year about this time.
I suppose it starts with All Hallows Eve, that time when ghosts and spirits are said to walk the earth unfettered. Otherwise known as Halloween, we put on masks, dress up, and let our alter egos take over for a few hours.
Teenager’s perspective on upcoming election
An accusation commonly heard from society is that American teens are oblivious and indifferent in their attitudes towards the government, its functions and its role in society.
Progress staffer reflects on impact of cancer
As sharp-eyed readers — or at least those who don’t suffer from color-blindness — have noticed by now, the special insert printed on pink paper in recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Health research advisory council
Two weeks ago, I traveled for three days as a representative of the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma area tribes to Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Littlest Lady Cardinal
A fun-filled season of softball came to a sudden and disappointing end this past week for the young ladies on the Verdigris High School team. They were eliminated on the first day of the Class 3A state tournament.
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