- Letters to the Editor
Reader: Solutions exist to Oklahoma’s cancer problem
To the Editor:
Cancer has touched nearly all of our lives. Most of us have been impacted directly by this terrible disease. Cancer places an extraordinary burden in our state, affecting one of three Oklahomans during our lifetime.
Reader wonders when government intrusion will stop
The Supreme Court has in my mind just joined in the assault on our Constitution and trampled the Tenth Amendment and the entire concept of federalism that was so deeply debated at the founding of this great experiment in liberty.
Student: Some parade-goers lacked respect
My name is Tiffany Thompson and I am Miss Black University of Central Oklahoma 2012.
Reader not a fan of choice between Blair, Jolley
Regarding the ongoing fight between Clark Jolley and Paul Blair to win the right to “represent” me in state Senate District 41. I want to be clear, neither one of these men represent me or my family’s values.
Energy secretary gives support to Jolley
To the Editor:
I first moved to Edmond in 1970. I graduated from Edmond Memorial High School when there was only one high school. I’ve watched Edmond, and Oklahoma, grow and prosper.
Clark Jolley has been my senator for seven years. I’ve watched him capably represent Edmond and blossom into the leader that our state needs.
- Letter: Freedom of speech is a two-way street
- Writer: City should take better care of cemetery
- Resident: Sister City relationship suspect
Good news for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Earlier in the year, several newspapers, including The Edmond Sun, graciously wrote about the manpower crisis of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Official: Aerospace incentives benefit Edmond
In recent months, some at the state Capitol and out on the campaign trial have questioned the economic stimulus seen in Oklahoma as a result of state tax incentives meant to attract new high-paying jobs to Oklahoma in the aerospace industry.
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