Spurred to action by fear of a potential surging tsunami of Oklahoma COVID-19 cases, doctors and administrators at Oklahoma hospitals have been scrambling to develop contingency plans they hope they never have to use.
While the Senate is closed until Monday, April 6, we are all still working from home. There have been a handful of positive COVID-19 cases in the Capitol so to protect everyone’s health, we are teleworking.
April 1: Census Day is observed nationwide. By this date, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. Once the invitation arrives, you should respond for your home in one of three ways: online, by phone, or by mail.
With more than a month of work behind us, we’ll pass another deadline this Thursday. We have more than 200 more Senate bills to get out of our chamber before returning to our committees to begin work on House bills next week.
Let me lay it all out on the line. This city looks trashy. Quite literally - trashy. On a slow rainy afternoon several weeks ago, a co-worker and I struck up a conversation as we stared out our office windows towards US Highway 277.
Oklahoma’s first public library was created in Guthrie, the first capital of our state, 11 years after the Oklahoma Territory was established. Since then, public libraries have continued to support our communities, and especially in rural areas.
After one extra day, the calendar has finally and officially flipped to March. As I drove around this weekend and enjoyed the weather, I commented to my wife that what upsets me is that the weather will not hold and it will get cold again.