Commentary Robin Meyers
I handed my driver’s license to the Transportation Security
Administration agent in the Manchester, N.H., airport, and she said,
“Oh, my God! Oklahoma? My condolences to your state.”
Letters to the Editor Barbara Johnson
by record is the “reddest” state in the Union. It is the only state in
which every county voted Republican in the last two presidential
elections. The Republicans have made it clear that they feel the
government is an enemy — a “tyrannical” government that further
compounds the right to bear arms as a necessity for protection against
such government. It has been made clear that their feeling is that they
do not need the government in their lives.
CFN Gazette staff
Remember that annoying “Nookie” song all your friends who listened to
Top 40 were singing in high school? Something about cookies? And that
one puzzling line about where haters could stick it? Yeah, we barely do,
Animals unclaimed in the aftermath of the May 20 tornado will be available for adoption Sunday.
News Tim Farley
Dogs and cats displaced because of the May 20 tornado need a good,
loving home. As a result, an adoption event is scheduled 1-6 p.m. Sunday
at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 615 E. Robinson in Norman.
Residents of a Texas retirement community contribute to a local book drive for Moore schoolchildren.
News Molly Evans
Residents of a senior living community in East Texas were deeply
touched by news reports of the May 20 tornado that devastated Moore. The
seniors — some of them retired teachers, some grandparents and
great-grandparents — were especially concerned about the young students
of Plaza Towers and Briarwood, the two elementary schools demolished by
that EF5 twister.