- Letters to editor
In support of Justin Frazier
I want to compliment the Daily Press for its reporting on the recent school board hearing regarding Sup-erintendent Lisa Presley’s recommendation that Justin Frazier be dismissed as a teacher from Tahlequah Public Schools. Along with my daughter, who is a band student, I attended the entirety of this hearing, and the Press account is accurate and objective.
I’d like to to thank the students, parents, and the Tahlequah community for the outpouring of support my wife and I have received.
As a parent, I am thankful of the efforts at Sequoyah Schools to ensure student safety.
Quacks like a duck
The Tahlequah City Council’s special meeting on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7, shows how out of touch city councilors can get with appearances.
The final authority
If you have to have a starting point, you may as well choose President Eisenhower’s warning to beware the military industrial complex.
A salute to local B&Bs
When we retired to Tahlequah in 2007, we wondered how the changing economy might affect the area. At the time, the downtown area was about half-occupied, and we wondered, “Is this town rising up or falling down?”
TPWA workers praised
We want to thank the TPWA employees who came out Saturday morning, Feb. 9.
Time to talk safety
This is in response to a letter from Ed Brocksmith that appeared in the Dec. 19, 2012 edition, regarding the mass school shooting in Connecticut.
Take a chance on tax, or sit on hands
Zack Smith brought up some valid thoughts in his Letter to the Editor on Jan. 2 regarding the bond issue the mayor and city council have proposed.
Villages, sacred cow, and the sales tax
Many years later, upon a time, the village was still trying to cross the threshold to greatness, but it continued to be thwarted by the educational bureaucracies of the village. They continued to fight like piglets over the villagers’ golden teat of sales tax money. Their budgets dwarf the minuscule budget that barely sustains the village. Decades of pillage of the villagers’ gold led to disintegration of roadways and structures.
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