New Stuff on Bubbaworld
6/05/07 - For the Record For May 2007 is now available on-line. Also, we have changed the format of the "Recommended Reading" page. It is now much more concise and uses the headlines from the referenced articles themselves. Undoubtedly some will like the change, some will hate it and some won't even notice.
5/26/07 - Deadly Day Care - Another DHS Failure is our report and commentary on the death of Joshua Minton in a Tulsa in-home day care, allegedly at the hands of Vicki Chiles, a woman already under investigation by DHS for child abuse.
5/21/07 - Speed Trap, Oklahoma is an Editorial/Opinion piece on the recent demise of Oklahoma's anti-speed trap law. As shocking as it may be to some, speed traps are now legal in Oklahoma, thanks to Representative Paul D. Roan (D-Tishomingo) and an Oklahoma Legislature and Governor asleep at the wheel.
5/10/07 - The Missing Sheriff of Adair County addresses the issues raised by Sheriff Charles Hartshorne and the fact that he is working for a private company in Iraq rather than performing his sworn duties in Adair County.
5/05/07 - Assistant U.S. Attorney and Wife Busted is our initial report on the arrest of Assistant U.S. Attorney for Eastern Oklahoma David "Mike" Littlefield and wife Dawn Littlefield in a shocking case of alleged child abuse in Muskogee County.
5/04/07 - For the Record for April 07 is now on-line.
3/22/07 - On March 14, 2007 two children, one two-years-old and the other three-years-old wandered off from their homes and into the roadway. One in the middle of the day and the other in the middle of the night. In one case the Muskogee County DA's Office filed charges. In the other the DA's office 'excused away' the incident and refused to file charges. Read our take on these shocking cases in Double Standards In Muskogee County
3/21/07 - You may have noticed we are 'tinkering' with the site layout, backgrounds and such again. This to make the site more compatible between Internet Explorer and the rest of the world. Maybe one of these days Microsoft will adhere to web standards...
3/01/07 - Shannon Phillip Tankersley is a 40 year old now-former school bus, from Broken Arrow, OK who has been arrested on allegations of receiving and possessing child pornography obtained while pretending to be a 17-year-old girl frequenting MySpace.com and soliciting nude pictures from young boys. You can read the Bubbaworld take on this scandal in the 'Weird News' section in an article titled, "When Is A Girl Not A Girl?"
1/20/07 - Neil Havens Rodreick II is a 29 year-old sex offender from Oklahoma. Two years ago he pretended to be a 10 year-old boy and was taken to Arizona by a couple of perverts that were 'into' young boys. Only recently did the old perverts discover that their 'hot young boy' was actually a 29 year old man. You can read the Bubbaworld take on this scandal in the 'Weird News' section in an article titled, "When Is A Boy Not A Boy?"
1/15/07 - Several new articles went on-line over the past couple of days including one on former District Attorney Richard Gray and his Christmas present to a major campaign contributor accused of DUI, Part 4 of the Grady County Gambling Raid which covers preliminary hearings for three current and former law-men accused of illegal gambling, our report on the Bryan County Jail from which prisoners escape far too frequently and last but certianly not least is a guest commentary revealing the nature of Little Dixie politics.
1/01/2007 - It's a new year and Bubbaworld has a new look. We hope you like it. We've added stuff, moved stuff to the archives and generally tried to make the site a little brighter and certainly more current with the addition of new sections, new menus and a new dedication to keeping the site updated with the latest happenings in Oklahoma.
Not all sections and pages have been converted to the new style, but most will over time. Archived or otherwise old articles will remain in their original format and style for historic purposes.
Most of the conversions and updates will be completed during the month of January, 2007.