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A chance to give back
Friday, 12.11.2009, 05:14pm
For more than two centuries, men and women in uniform have
given selflessly of themselves to protect our freedoms. Many of
these brave men and women have made the ultimate sacrifice so
that we might live with liberty in peace and prosperity.
Message from the Grady County Treasurer
Friday, 12.04.2009, 01:39pm
Grady County Treasurer, Robin Burton wants all taxpayers to know that the treasurer’s office is in no way responsible for the increase in taxes. We have had many calls and questions concerning the tax increases. Numerous school bonds throughout Grady County have recently passed and that is part of the reason for the increase. Our office collects the amounts from the tax rolls which are certified each year by the Assessor.
Preparing for Winter Weather
Friday, 12.04.2009, 01:38pm
Winter weather has arrived in Oklahoma. Frigid temperatures,
howling north winds, ice and snow pose potential hazards,
but a little preparation can go a long way toward keeping
your family safe and warm this winter.
A Piece of My Mind by Kelly Rupp, Publisher
Friday, 12.04.2009, 01:34pm
The press is the watchdog for society. That’s how it’s supposed to be. Public records are open to any member of the public, but most people just don’t have the time or the money to go into a public agency and request those records.
A Senate Review by Sen. Ron Justice
Friday, 10.09.2009, 01:29pm
I recently had the occasion to join hundreds of rural Oklahomans who are involved in production agriculture as we hosted US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in El Reno as part of his nationwide “Rural Tour.”
Corn Says Senior Nutrition Centers Must Be Saved: $7.4 Million Cut Could Leave Thousands of Elderly Without Hot Meals Every Day
Friday, 10.09.2009, 01:06pm
State leaders were called upon to immediately meet in
special session to stop more than $7 million in budget cuts that will lead to the
closing of senior nutrition centers statewide and imperil the lives of
thousands of Oklahoma’s oldest citizens, state Sen. Kenneth Corn said today.
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