Every 10 years, the U.S. Constitution requires a census to gain an accurate count of the people who live in our nation and the places where they live. The federal government uses these figures to determine how much money each state, county and municipality receives.
My hometown of Okeene lost one of its greatest citizens and laid her to rest last week.
Now that the party nominees are set for the General Election in November, I wanted to write about the difference between what is “partisan” versus “political.”
“The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 2.
In my last column, I detailed County Improvements for Roads and Bridges (CIRB) projects for Fiscal Years 21-25 in Kingfisher and Canadian counties. This week, I’m listing projects in Blaine, Dewey and Woodward counties.