"With this move, OU is taking control of its own destiny. And all Oklahomans – no matter who they root for – can trust that when the state’s flagship university makes a decision, it always puts Oklahoma’s interests first," Stoops writes in the column.
We have a tool. We have a vaccine that can defeat this virus, and I appeal to every Oklahoman and American to join in our war-like effort to bring an end to this pandemic once and for all, says Frank Lucas, the Republican Congressman from Oklahoma's 3rd District.
Here's hoping the interim studies sponsored by state Rep. Mark Lawson and others can get the state moving in the right direction again on criminal justice reform before our addiction to incarceration bankrupts us, writes columnist Wayne Greene.
The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to get state and federal unemployment benefits quickly into the hands of Oklahomans and to reduce fraud, columnist Shelley Zumwalt writes.
It’s likely that someone you know — a family member, friend, co-worker, or even yourself — has benefitted from one of the many agencies that rely on Tulsa Area United Way funding, columnist Tim Lyons writes.