Positive cases for COVID-19 have reached one percent of the U.S. population this month.
Lifestyle & Opinions
It’s time for my annual update of roads and bridges projects in our district. This first column includes projects in Blaine and Dewey Counties.
Oklahoma voters narrowly passed State Question 802 last month in the Jun. 30th statewide primary election.
The Fourth of July is a day packed with emotion for me as it celebrates the founding of our nation and the ideals upon which it was founded: liberty, freedom, justice, fair representation and so much more. This emotion – shared by the entire nation – spills out into expressions of celebration such as parades, patriotism, picnics, fireworks, gatherings of friends and family and so much more. You witness the most outlandish displays of red, white and blue on this day, and I enjoy every bit of it.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many challenges in terms of public health, our economy and the multiple impacts it’s had on our lives. Already busy parents had to figure out how to continue their children’s education through distance learning while working from home themselves, and many were trying to figure out how to make ends meet when one or both parents has been laid off or temporarily furloughed.