As the COVID-19 pandemic continues so do the operating times and functions of local businesses.
The March distribution of sales tax collections by the Oklahoma Tax Commission primarily represents local tax receipts from January business. Companies that remit more than $2,500 monthly in sales tax receipts are required to file and pay electronically.
Attention Parents-- All activities have been cancelled at this time, including Head start enrollment. We will reschedule all necessary events as soon as we possibly can. Please be patient with us as we take in all the information and prepare for what is best for our students, staff, and families.
The inaugural season in the new gym ended last Thursday hosting a Regional contest to a large Allen contingent of fans. Both teams fell to Luther but traveled to Dale on Friday and Saturday and getting back on the winning track to rack up the Regional Consolation trophy
Quote of the Week… “The girl who remembers her first kiss now has a daughter who can’t even remember her first husband.”
Yep, it’s true. The Covid-19 stinks to most of us but not to all. The people testing positive for COVID-19 seem to lose their sense of smell. One victim reported that the diapers no longer smelled. Bad or good. That seems like a potentially good thing to some of us, but we do need our sense of smell. But Covid-19 victims do suffer from Anosmia, a loss of smell. Cooks and chiefs can no longer sniff their garlic, curry and peppers. In fact, this may be the only symptoms for some who test positive for the deadly virus. President Trump is being mocked at how he is handling this new crisis by liberals but what the heck. He can’t do anything right anyway—in their eyes.