May 3, 2018

Adults have coffee breath

By Kristen Banks I was lying in bed one morning feeling not quite up to par. I really wished that I didn’t have to get up […]
April 19, 2018

Old Faithful

By Kristen Banks When we first started our quilt shop almost two years ago, I had a list of fabrics that I knew I definitely wanted […]
April 5, 2018

Put a butterfly on it

By Kristen Banks Have you ever had something happen to one of your quilts that was so shocking and terrible that you couldn’t even imagine it? […]
March 29, 2018

Because He Lives

By Kristen Banks There is some debate among quilters as to whether or not seasonal quilts are worth the time, expense, and effort to make. When […]
March 22, 2018

Stranded at the drive-thru, branded a fool

By Kristen Banks This week has been a really busy week. It’s been tough to get everything done that needed to get done. And I’ve had […]
March 21, 2018

Column: Additional funds for pay raises – Part 2

By Josh Brecheen Previously, I discussed two bills I continue to work on: SB 1030 to modify Medicaid qualifications for working age/able-bodied adults and SJR 45 […]
March 19, 2018

Bullard to take a Constitutional approach in run for Oklahoma senate seat

By Joey McWilliams DURANT – When Josh Breechen’s time as the state senator from Oklahoma District 6 is done in 2018, the list has been forming […]
March 19, 2018

Column: Reforms can finance teacher pay increases

By Josh Breechen We’re now just over a month into regular session and the budget for FY ’19 looks promising.  Our state economy is recovering and state […]
March 16, 2018

Senate Bill 1030 approved to reform Oklahoma’s Medicaid program

Release OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma leads 25 other states in the percentage of citizen’s personal income spent on welfare but is only higher than eight other states […]