BLOG: Tobacco free, sounds good to me
The tobacco-free ordinance can only better the Chickasha community.
BLOG: Send in the trains
State Representative David Perryman wants to advance mass transit in the state of Oklahoma, hallelujah.
BLOG: No playing it safe when picking NCAA Tournament
I decided to go safe on my NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket this season.
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BLOG: Star Wars' exhibit embraces both sides of force
I am a huge Star Wars fan. It's kind of ridiculous. I'm talking so big that I have a Yoda tattoo on my left tricep.
BLOG: Diamonds in the Rough
I had the pleasure of attending the Diamonds in the Rough luncheon this past Tuesday in the USAO Ballroom. As I looked around at all the mentors that filled the tables, it made me proud to be a part of something so special.
VIDEO: Meteor that hit Russia is beautiful reminder
So, a simple blog today.
I am sure most know about the meteor that struck Russia early this morning resulting in more than a 1,000 injuries and viral video that is just completely mystifying.
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BLOG: Election turnout shows 'shameful' apathy
Three-hundred forty-six, 418, and 314. These are the total number of votes cast in last night's school board elections in Chickasha, Rush Springs and Blanchard respectively.
The populations of these towns are 16,036, 1,278 and 7,670 respectively. That means that the percentage of people that voted in last night's election was 2 percent, 33 percent and 4 percent respectively.
With the exception of Rush Springs this is just downright shameful.
BLOG: The good, the bad and the ugly from Grammy night
The 55th Grammy Awards were aired on Sunday and brought in millions of viewers. Like every award show, there were good, bad and ugly parts of the evening.
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