“Numb.” That was the one-word answer I submitted to a group call on an online meeting platform last week. The question, “How are each of you feeling?” was likely asked in a kind gesture with the expectation of a standard answer of feeling okay, frustrated, or some other comment made in passing.
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There’s a famous quote from Oklahoma’s most famous son, Will Rogers, who once said if you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, wait a minute and it’ll change. That statement may be a slight exaggeration, but not by much. It’s amazing to think after we’ve just had several days of beautiful, sunny weather that just the week before, we were in the midst of a cold snap that made our state feel more like we were at the North Pole. It was a winter weather event that impacted Oklahoma and much of the nation, from our most northern states all the way down to Galveston.
Gov. Kevin Stitt and his fellow Tulsa suburbanites have shown their cards on how you reach Top 10 status for common education in Oklahoma.
There are few events a rancher dreads as much as drought and wildfire.
In the southern high plains a crippling winter storm or blizzard is nearly as fearful as the two latter concerns.
Once again, Oklahomans have pulled through another “unprecedented” bout of winter weather. Last October it was the unusually early ice storms.