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Listen to God, do that!

Most of us would like to have a re-do for the year 2020. If this year was 20/20, I’ll just keep wearing glasses! It seems that so many things went haywire. Pandemic, loss of loved ones, … more

Letter to the Editor

Why are Oklahoma legislators cutting citizens out of the political process? Senator John Haste (Republican - Broken Arrow) pre-filed legislation to make it harder for voters to gather signatures … more

I send my Son!

What is Christmas really all about? Well, I reckon it can start off like this: It’s about a young unmarried girl named Mary and her fiancé, a feller named Joseph, who were informed by an … more

In line to see Jesus

It’s just downright amazing to me the things that goes on every year that is connected with Christmas, when we ought to be celebrating the birth of Jesus! (Yes, I’ve been here before). … more

Jake Spoon choices

I recently watched Lonesome Dove again. Let’s look into Jake Spoon again. Y’all remember the Hat Creek Cattle Company with Captain Woodrow Call and Captain Augustus McCrae. There were … more

Four words

Thanksgiving. It’s time! Is it just another holiday? Should we be thankful? Are you thankful for your many blessings? To whom are you thankful? There was a man who was paid well for the … more

Protect yourself against financial scammers

It’s unfortunate, but true: During this period of economic uncertainty, one of the busiest “industries” has been financial scamming. But it goes on even during normal times, too, so … more

Sticking to budget can boost your emergency fund

During the coronavirus pandemic, our health concerns – for ourselves and our loved ones – have been at the top of our minds. But financial worries have been there, too, both for people … more

Salutatorian address to AHS Class of 2020

Hi everyone! Thank you all so much for watching tonight’s graduation ceremony. I want to start my speech by thanking all the administrators. Thousands of graduates across the world are not … more

Speech by Altus High School Class of 2020 Valedictorian

Good evening Altus High School staff, family, friends and fellow graduates. It’s an honor to be here speaking to you all this evening. On behalf of the graduating class of Altus High School … more

Newsletter for Veterans and active military

VA begins to reopen: This week, VA reopened 20 medical centers as part of a three-phase timeline. The speed of the phases will depend upon the VA medical center’s ability to minimize and … more

Newsletter for Veterans and active military

The House passed HR 6800, the Heroes Act: Of the total amount listed in HR 6800 following is the amount for veterans:Allows VA to provide transport and purchase food, shelter, phones, clothing, … more

Newsletter for Veterans and active military

VA expands access to virtual hearings: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Board of Veterans’ Appeals (Board) announced it is expanding access to virtual hearings to all Veterans … more

Oklahoma State Legislature wrapping up session

We’re nearing the end of the legislative session. A budget agreement was reached and is awaiting Gov. Kevin Stitt’s approval. With everything going on, the budget turned out better than … more

Why should you see a financial adviser?

The social distancing and stay-at-home orders necessitated by the coronavirus have led many of us to feel isolated. Still, we’ve fought back through social media, “virtual” … more

Letter to the editor

To the editor: As you well know, last week we celebrated “National Volunteer Week,” which was established in 1974 to recognize the impact of volunteer service and the power of … more

Newsletter for Veterans and active military

Retirees will soon see a Tricare refund: About 35,000 military retirees will soon receive cash refunds from Tricare, thanks to a policy change made last year that affects how Tricare calculates … more

Letter to the public from JCMH

Jackson County Memorial Hospital has spent the last number of months in preparation for the protection of our patients and staff in the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. This preparation has … more

Legislature learns of cuts in state funding

Session is moving forward. On Monday afternoon, the State Board of Equalization verified the nearly $417 million revenue shortfall for the current fiscal year, which ends June 30. Originally, we … more

Newsletter forVeterans and active military

VA is texting health care updatess: VA is sending text messages to its 7+ million Veterans enrolled in VA health care. The texts deliver VA’s latest information, resources and guidance. … more
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