Bodily functions don’t belong in job interviews
For all you soon-to-be college grads who will be trying to join the rest of us suckers in the workforce, I have a word of advice: Don’t pass gas during the interview.
As Moore tornado anniversary nears, documentaries ask, ‘Where was God?’
But one question put to readers in a publication that crossed my desk was a bit confusing to me. It asks its readers: “Where was God?”
A pound of bacon is better than a pig in love
Whatever happened to the cavemen in the Geiko insurance commercials? Those were some of the least-offensive TV blurbs I’ve ever seen, and they were original. But like any other good idea, this one fell victim to the kind of corporate tampering that always insists on fixing what ain’t broken.
Escape from Auschwitz: To the 21st century
One would have to question whether our world has gone mad in this, the 21st century, or if we are doomed to repeat the historical past.
Volunteers needed to ‘Clean up Tahlequah’
There’s a movement afoot that tugs at the pride of the folks calling Tahlequah and the rest of Cherokee County home. It’s an appeal for everyone – from the youngest to the oldest – to clean up the turf around them. Call it a campaign or a program, but what it really boils down to is a shoutout to all of us to resist contributing to the roadside trash we see, now that the snows of winter are behind us.
U.S. debt threatens dollar as world currency
March 16, 2014
A sense of entitlement
March 16, 2014
It’s the publisher who sets the tone – and courage is key
Daily Press readers should be gratified to know they have a publisher who brings courage and experience to our newspaper; who will stand as a bulwark against outside forces that might try to suppress information; and who believes in the tenet of “fair comment and criticism.” Anyone who knows me can attest I’ve always felt the same way – but the editor doesn’t get to set the tone, unless the publisher allows it.
Putin switches attention from Olympics to taking over Ukraine
Russia’s President Vladamir Putin, former head of the KGB before the Soviet Union splintered under the weight of the arms race, has taken up his old habits now that the international community has vacated Sochi and the Olympic torch has been extinguished.
It seems as though Putin wants the old Soviet Empire to rise again.
From Our Town
Yes, I realize the most important folks in the world are right here. As a staff, our goal is to make you proud of the newspaper we give you.
I do understand that Tahlequah “owns” the Daily Press. I am just its caretaker. That’s why I’d like to invite you to comment about your newspaper.
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