Thank you, The Lawton Constitution and staff, for printing my letter. I had my doubts.
This letter is in reference to Today in History in the edition for September 26, 2018. There is one other event that should be added to the list.
There was a book published a while back that was filed with simple and profound wisdom. The book’s title is; All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten, by Robert Fulghum.
Thank you for your photograph of the Elgin Public Library’s beautiful new facility. What a treasure the new library is for the town of Elgin.
In response to the article about making Aug. 16 Elvis Day, I have had tremendous results! Probably the best results in my 18 years of starting Lawton Elvis Friends.
In response to an anti-Trump letter in the Sept.12 Constitution, I would offer the following.
Our little girl got married. We first met when she was 5 and I was not. I was considerably older and was falling deeply in love with her beautiful and remarkable Mother.
As Board Member Patty Neuwerth shared at a recent meeting, academic excellence is not just a big rock for Lawton Public Schools.
I recently went golfing with my family at the local golf club. It had been a few months since I had the opportunity (translation: it was too dang hot) to get out and hit the links.
We have just completed the fourth full week of school, and let me tell you it has rocked my household. In one week, my daughter started high school and my husband started graduate school.
From the time I have spent attending Cameron University, where each student sighs in unison of having to go to their next class, I always hear at least one person say that they do not know what to
There are only three buckets in the professional and organizational worlds, and you are in one of them.
The proactive bucket
We western Okies have very narrow comfort zones, geographically speaking.
I wish they’d just leave trolls with the Billy Goats Gruff.
I really enjoy reading The Lawton Constitution. It is my main source of local news.
Halloween is not coming early this year, but some scary images have started to pop up at the main entrances and offices of Lawton Public Schools.
One day, a man was driving his new pickup truck down a busy city street when he realized that the front right tire was going flat.
When you’re right, you’re right, and J.P. Bailey of Lawton is right.
The elephant in the room is the perception some have, including USA Today, of this place we call home.
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