The month of September marks National Literacy Month, which importantly draws attention to the foundational role of literacy in fostering a lifelong love for learning, supporting a quality education and ultimately opening more doors of opportunity for success.
Round bales may just be too convenient.
This week we have the Indian Pioneer Paper of Robert Rowe. This WPA interview was conducted by fieldworker John Daugherty on September 28, 1937 at Mr. Rowe’s residence in Mill Creek, OK.
In recent weeks, concerns surrounding operations of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) have frequented the news cycle and been shared widely across social media. However, I want to caution you not to believe everything you hear or read on the subject, as there is a lot of deceiving and misleading information swirling around.
Along with the interim studies being held in the House and Senate, there are also other types of meetings taking place in our state Capitol.