The city’s Animal Welfare Division is seeking a grant to help struggling equine owners.
News Clifton Adcock
The Oklahoma City’s Animal Welfare Division is working to get a grant
from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to
help struggling horse owners with hay for their animals.
Letters to the Editor Norma Illescas
I would like to thank you for all your hard work during the last three
years. Even with all the obstacles you faced along the way, you manage
to stay focused on what is important to the nation.
Letters to the Editor Michael Hopkins
Tom Furlong (Letters, “Enough, already!” Dec. 28, Gazette) seems to
think that black woman are intentionally having babies and kicking out
daddies to cash in on lucrative government welfare.
CFN Gazette staff
Chicken-Fried News isn’t sure if there’s been a rash
of welfare recipients frittering away their assistance on booze and lap
dances, but sometimes it just pays to think ahead. And so it was that
Gov. Mary Fallin on May 13 signed Senate Bill 667.