The homeless need help now
Editor, The Transcript: Thank you for allowing these comments to be a part of your morning read. Norman is a place that reaches out to the marginalized and works for justice for all. Nevertheless, a problem remains for a loving and ...
Pumpkins on Review
When fall is the season, Ripe pumpkins come to mind. A perfect Jack-o-lantern Is one I hope to find. Cinderella had a pumpkin-coach To drive her all around, And over in a pumpkin patch, One might see Charlie Brown....
We need to watch what children are saying today
Editor, The Transcript: Let’s go back to a few years ago to (Father) Joe Yed Miller’s letter questioning the use of the word “really.” When I am hearing 6- and 7-year-olds saying, that is so “random,” to almost anything, I just have to ...
Bell ringing this Christmas
Editor, The Transcript: The Salvation Army’s red kettles remind us it is the Christmas season, a season when the spirit of giving and concern for others seems to possess us all....
Halloween is being hijacked
Editor, The Transcript: I learned with some sadness that Norman will have its first Downtown Fall Fest. It’s one more nail in the coffin of Halloween, as we once knew it....
Tom Cole is voting against Oklahomans
Editor, The Transcript: In a letter published in a recent Sunday Transcript, it was very amusing to see our local Congressman Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., attempt to spin the recent government shutdown. In his argument, Rep. Cole pulled out ...
Shutdowns should be stopped
Editor, The Transcript: The people responsible for the recent government shutdown will continue with their efforts to fund and conduct this type of activity, which even affected veterans and children. We need to study past actions in this ...
We’re paying to make climate change worse
Editor, The Transcript: Friday’s editorial, “Assessing risks,” mentioned the costs of relief for natural disasters and also the costs of mitigation of future disasters. These are just two of the three categories of such costs, and they are ...
Sewer upgrade deserves approval
Editor, The Transcript: Norman voters will be asked to approve a wastewater rate increase on November 12 to help pay for $63 million in upgrades at the city’s south side sewer plant. The Norman League of Women Voters supports this ...
Consider the harm
Editor, The Transcript: Dear Sen. Inhofe: First, I wish to offer my heartfelt congratulations on the success of your recent surgery and my wishes for a speedy convalescence....
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