“The most valuable gift you can give others is kind words of thankfulness. It will surprise you how much joy you will find in gratefulness,” says Chelle Mount with the City of Owasso.
"If you are fortunate enough to have a box full of old paperback thrillers around, dig them out and take a trip back to the past," says Owasso resident John Fenrich.
"Does it surprise anybody that fatality accidents are up 17% in Oklahoma? Have you driven U.S. 169 lately?" asks Owasso resident Rick Dossett.
"Dossett, a Democrat, is a reflection of his constituency as a moderate. We believe Dossett has a proven history of working in the best interests of his district and state."
Owasso resident Timothy Richley warns of a scam that is targeting Amazon users.
Local resident John Fenrich tells a story about a lost dog that was happily found — an “Owasso miracle,” as he calls it.
Embracing orderliness essentially paves the way for a more structured workplace that produces better time management, clearer communication and improved products and services.
“He has proven himself as an advocate for protecting property rights and promoting homeownership and economic growth,” said Shonna Barber with McGraw REALTORS on behalf of the company’s endorsement of the state legislator.
Seawater flooding coasts should be processed and used to help drought-stricken areas, says Owasso resident John Fenrich.
Finding leaders with some business sense is a good thing, says Owasso resident Guy Burnett.
"(T)he Bill of Rights is not a list of rights being granted by the government. It is a list that enumerates inviolable existing rights, forever immune to government infringement," says Collinsville resident James Carter.
Collinsville resident James Carter says the comparison between gun rights and women's rights is "an inane talking point."
"We should be informed about a candidate’s qualifications to hold the office to which he or she wishes to be elected. Not about religious preferences, support of Trump or hatred of Biden, conservative bias and whether or not their kids are girls or boys," writes Owasso resident John Fenrich.
“My husband and I recently finished a road trip from Northern California,” said Peggy Jones. “One of best stops was the Owasso Historical Museum … We actually went two days in row.”
"If 'we the people' want federal change, we must elect candidates who will properly represent the views, wants and desires of Oklahomans," says Owasso resident Chip Paul.
"The political cartoon ... showing a small child carrying an enormous backpack laden with worry and stress is gut wrenching and heartbreaking. It's all so sadly true.," says Owasso resident Jean Patterson.
“I’ll be interested in participating in the discussions on the best way to achieve meaningful relief for Oklahomans while still funding our most critical government services, including our public schools,” said Sen. J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso.
Jalen Montonati turned 15 only three weeks ago, stands 6-foot-6, doesn’t have an awkward bone in his body and wears a size-15 shoe.
“We voted on the Fiscal Year 2023 budget this past week. I see it as a mix of good investments and missed opportunities,” Sen. J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso, said.
"While attempts have been made to push those experiencing housing instability out of sight, this problem has arrived at Tulsa’s doorstep and is knocking," writes Owasso resident Alaina Hubert.
"The signing of Senate Bill 1503 by the governor infringes on my liberty to make medical decisions with my health care provider," says Owasso resident Kathleen Strunk.
“If you have ever been hurt, you know how complicated and difficult forgiveness can be. Fortunately, we can find guidance through the challenges of forgiveness in God’s Word,” said Michele Dempster with the Owasso Character Council.
Sen. J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso, discusses bills related to tagging military surplus vehicles, easing the process of classroom transfers and opposing lottery-backed teacher raises.
J.J. Dossett, D-Owasso, remembers the 27th anniversary of the Murrah Federal Building bombing, and celebrates the Collinsville High School football team as the 2021 Oklahoma state Class 5A Football Champions.
As Owasso and Tulsa ramp up construction, “drivers need to demonstrate patience and common sense behind the wheel. Nothing is so important that it leads to a loss of life, injuries and damage from accidents,” the editorial states.