I’m not sure my urban friends understand why high-speed internet access is an urgent issue to rural Oklahomans, so let me tell you more about what I and my family have experienced this year, says columnist Ismael Martinez Jr.
Let’s take a break from the relatively modest state Capitol storms over Medicaid management and who can play on whose basketball team and take up an issue that really will get people going: Should bicycle riders have to come to a full and complete stop at every stop sign, writes columnist Wayne Greene.
Through all the uncertainty and anxiety, our employees have consistently redefined what it means to be resilient, writes columnist Stacey Butterfield. As they have been asked to adopt new routines or adapt to changing guidelines, their commitment to serving students has never wavered. They have made sacrifices and faced fears while modeling safe behaviors. They have been calm, reassuring voices in the lives of students. When faced with more questions than answers, they have bravely cast aside doubts to embrace a mindset of doing what is best for students