Commentary

Tue
15
Aug

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Our Senior Center was the place to be August 7 & 8th Adult Vacation Bible School Five Different Denominations 40 Adults attended.

A Catered Dinner by Marolyn Arnold was so delicious Big Thank you for her generosity. Pastor Orval Peters led a devotion each night telling us about GOD`s creation and how we are in GOD`s everlasting arms. Beautiful songs Trivia and made a succulent flower pot ( we played in the dirt) which is a keepsake for every one provided by the Arraignment Flower Shop in Yukon. St John`s Lutheran Church congregation provided the great Program for reaching out in our community. Plans to make this an annual event.

We all enjoyed the fellowship and food for our body and Soul Thanks for the Blessing. The Hinton Senior Citizen

 

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Tue
08
Aug

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

August 15th " America`s Got Talent" from Edmond, Oklahoma Darel Lynne Farmer 12 year old Ventriloquist performing. She earned a"GOLDEN Buzzer" on May 30th to go straight to the Final Round. learning ventriloquism requires patience and Multitasking skills The Golden Buzzer was so exciting the audience all started crying so did Darel. After the rendition of " Summer Time" 219 Million viewers on the " America Got Talent" face book page. I can hardly wait to Darel and her friend puppets perform again ONLY 12 years old Prayers for her future to be a Blessing.

Tue
01
Aug

The Heros We Know

Whether we’re aware of it or not, we’re constantly surrounded by heroes. Our heroes serve on the front lines to protect our freedoms, answer the call of duty, arrive on the scene in emergencies, and represent our communities as loyal friends and neighbors. During American Heroes Week, we recognize the heroes we know for the sacrifices they give to make our country a better place.

Tue
25
Jul

Taking Back our Economy with Made in America Products

By Frank Lucas

In our country we are fortunate to have some of the most innovative and hardworking businesses in the world. Products manufactured in America often surpass the quality and reliability of any competitor worldwide. I believe it’s important that we recognize the individuals who take risks to pursue their vision which is why I was honored to be invited to join the White House Made in America Product Showcase and Roundtable this week.

I had the great privilege to visit with business leaders from Oklahoma’s very own Ditch Witch, as they presented their tremendous products in our nation’s capital. It was an amazing experience to see Ditch Witch’s high-quality construction equipment on the White House grounds. Based out of Perry, Oklahoma, this company serves as a tremendous representation of the ingenuity and adaptability of our state.

 

Tue
18
Jul

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

July 13th thru 15th at Shawnee`s Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center The 25th Annual International Finals Youth Rodeo with more than 875 Top High School Rodeo Athletes from across the United States. competing for I F Y R for $250,000.00 in prizes money Championship Saddles Buckles. They work so hard to get to this Rodeo it inspires us to see young people meet their goals in life. Pray GOD to keep them safe

As we age there are still goals we want to get. The Senior Citizen Bowlers at the El Reno Bowl on Tuesday afternoon put their best scores on the board. The Three Okies rolled High Team Game 664 635 High Team Series 1299 Lady Bowler of the Week Wanda Hartline rolled 167 155 Series 322 64 pins over her average Wanda puts in 5 long days at our Senior Citizen Center keeping everything up & going.

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Tue
11
Jul

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

By Jeanne Ingram

Wed
05
Jul

Work Remains to be Done after Challenging Session

With a nearly $900 million budget gap, this session was indeed one of the most challenging. Keep in mind, it comes on the heels of having to deal with a $1.3 billion budget gap last year – the largest budget hole in state history.

It hasn’t been easy dealing with these ongoing significant budget challenges we face. It is definitely not an ideal budget. But we did prevent draconian cuts to critical services and kept government from shutting down.

Despite challenging circumstances, we were able to fund core mission services such as education, health and human services, and public safety.

 

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Tue
27
Jun

Hinton Senior Citizens Bowling

Making a big splash in Oklahoma City on June 24th. The Sixth Annual Stars and Stripes River Festival.

This event draws 20,000 people each year. Rowers team race from New Zealand including teams from Texas, Kansas, Arkansas fifteen teams and 121 Athletes competing this year. Twenty six Athletes from Oklahoma City Riverport Masters team are Rowers age 21 and older Olympic Day are Athletes who train at the Boat House District`s U S Olympic and Paralympics Training Facilities. They will compete for the United States in the Olympic games. The Boat House District will host Downtown 4th fest with Prepigal L L C July 4th.

 

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Tue
20
Jun

USDA Grants CRP Waiver Request From Reps. Lucas, Marshall, and Thornberry

By Frank Lucas 

WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) granted a 90-day extension of emergency grazing on CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) lands for areas of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas affected by recent wildfires.

This comes in response to a letter sent by Congressmen Lucas, Marshall, and Thornberry to the USDA asking the agency to extend CRP acre eligibility for farmers and ranchers negatively impacted by the March wildfires.

Tue
20
Jun

Lessons from Big-Spending Illinois

By Jonathan Small 

Oklahoma just completed, with much gnashing of teeth and moaning, a budget year with a shortfall of nearly $1 billion. Imagine, though, facing deficits that total $30 billion or more – and that’s before you even start discussing a $250 billion pension debt.

Such is the case with Illinois, where lawmakers haven’t even managed to pass a budget since 2015, where they have failed to balance the state budget every year since 2001, and where annual tax increases have failed miserably to keep the state afloat.

Why not? Illinois has made the same fatal mistake we saw in Oklahoma this year. They keep raising revenue while refusing to implement most cost-saving reforms.

 

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