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Letters to the Editor: Dec. 6, 2017

‘Unchecked demagoguery’ The White House held an event to honor the service of the Navajo code talkers of World War II. Our very own Representative Tom Cole attended. Lost in the noise of Mr. Trump’s antics were some remarks given at the ceremony by Peter MacDonald, president of the Navajo Code Talkers Association: “America, we

According to National Park Service, Chickasaw National Recreation Area requires about $19.7 million in maintenance. (Photo Laura Eastes)

In Oklahoma, the National Park Service estimates there are $19.9 million in deferred maintenance

In Oklahoma, the National Park Service estimates there are $19.9 million in deferred maintenance for sites.

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Oklahoma Democratic Party hires Native American liaison

LaRenda Morgan is focused on building relations and strengthening Democratic engagement with tribes in the state.

Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor Melissa McLawhorn Houston poses for a photo in her office, Wednesday, June 15, 2016.  (Garett FIsbeck)

UPDATE New overtime law affects Oklahoma workers and businesses

The Fair Labor Standards Act raises the minimum salary under exemption and is expected to cause major workplace changes.

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Rep. Tom Cole (R-Moore) says, “Shutting down the government is a suicidal political tactic. Eventually, it will be reopened, but the president will not have capitulated and you will have discredited yourself, and along the way, you will have hurt the American people.” It’s the “political equivalent of throwing a temper tantrum.” A few days

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