The Oklahoma Observer newspaper announced today the death of its founder, Frosty Troy. Here is the story from the Observer:
Observer Founding Editor Frosty Troy, the diminutive firebrand who became an Oklahoma journalism giant, died early today in Oklahoma City after an extended illness. He was 83.
Services are pending.
Known across Oklahoma for his fiery essays and editorials, Troy called out injustice wherever he saw it, championed public education, and routinely exposed duplicitous and corrupt politicians.