State Rep. Brian Renegar, D-McAlester, said his thoughts turned to Clayton Lockett’s murder victim when he learned Lockett had died of a heart attack shortly after his formal execution was halted because of problems with the lethal drug injection process.
Gov. Mary Fallin ordered a thorough review Wednesday of the botched lethal drug execution of a convicted murderer that left him writhing and grunting. But the governor said executions will continue in Oklahoma, and the review by the state Department of Public Safety is to determine if medical and other protocols were followed in the failed execution of Clayton D. Lockett.
Two years ago, John Brown got down on one knee and re-proposed to his wife, Janet, after 45 years of marriage. At their home in rural Baxter Springs on Wednesday, Janet described the moment. “He said, ‘Janet, will you marry me again?’” When Janet didn’t answer right away, John asked if she was going to say “no.” “I said, ‘No, I’ll marry you again,’” she recalled.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American worker stays at his or her job just 4.4 years. Forbes magazine predicts it’s just half that for Millennials. So it may say something about Pittsburg State University, PSU employees or both that on Thursday, May 1, the campus will recognize seven employees for 35 years of service.