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By Ron J. Jackson Jr. Oklahoma Watch The health-care fate of tens of thousands of low-income parents is in limbo because of Oklahoma’s refusal to accept federal money to expand Medicaid. Most of the attention so far on which…

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By Ron J. Jackson Jr. Oklahoma Watch HEAVENER — Atop Poteau Mountain, cloaked by white oak, black locust and other towering trees, sits the mysterious runestone. Ever since its discovery in 1874, experts have passionately debated whether the runic…

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By Warren Vieth Oklahoma Watch The growth of Hennessey’s Hispanic population is mirrored in other cities and towns. Hennessey ranks among the top 10 hot spots of Hispanic population growth in Oklahoma, according to an analysis of U.S. Census…

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By Juan Miret Hispano de Tulsa It was 105 years ago that Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón was born in a small blue house in the neighborhood of Coyoacán in Mexico City. Her works immortalized her, and the…

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By Juan Miret Hispano de Tulsa More than sandals, huaraches are literally a kind of walking history. As Conti González explains in “The History of Shoes,” our ancestors had to invent a way to protect their feet from sharp…

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Editorial Hispano de Tulsa   Perhaps in the eyes of the world, xenophobic city is the appropriate term for Tulsa. Far, far behind is the title of “oil capital of the world,” and in danger is the absurd banner…

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Oklahoma has no ñ’s

By Juan Miret Hispano de Tulsa It does not matter what the statistics say or what the census advises. The truth is that Oklahoma does not have any ñletters. Maybe it is because that letter does not exist in…

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By Juan Miret Hispano de Tulsa Eleven. Yes, since 2007 I have written 11 editorials on this subject. However, there is always a single-neuron being that loses his bearings and is intent on labeling undocumented immigrants as “illegals.” Forget…