Picketing reasons

We at Chicken-Fried News couldn’t be happier to see teachers and their allies at the state Capitol grounds, calling on lawmakers to adequately fund common education.

Textbook kerfuffle

Remember opening up a newly issued textbook and flipping to the inside page to see who else has used the book?

Twice as nice

What does one do to cure boredom in Edmond?

Chicken-Fried News: Passing probs

We at Chicken-Fried News tried warning you that you won’t be able to cruise in the left lane on the Interstate in Oklahoma anymore — not after a new state law went into effect at the end of 2017 that forbids motorists from traveling long distances in the left lane of a four-lane highway.

Chicken-Fried News: High-fives?

Lawmakers do deserve a pat on the back for passage of the first legislative state tax increase in 28 years.

Chicken-Fried News: Board games

The relationship between educators and the elected officials who set the rules and budget with which the educators operate has always been a little strained.

Chicken-Fried News: In dependence

No matter where on the national gun debate spectrum you fall, you have probably noticed a fair amount of resistance to proposed control measures, especially within Oklahoma.

Chicken-Fried News: Lioness intrigue

Outside of the case of the congressional tracking device, perhaps the biggest mystery to Chicken-Fried News has to be the case of the lioness Bridget at the Oklahoma City Zoological Park and Botanical Garden that attracted national attention for her unusual mane. The zoo announced that “The Curious Case of Bridget’s Mane” was solved late last week in a video message by Jennifer D’Agostino, director of veterinary services for the zoo.


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