Henryetta’s Drew Brown (20) goes up for a layup attempt during the second quarter of Wednesday’s consolation semifinal battle with Wilson.
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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   OKMULGEE - The Morris and Henryetta varsity basketball squads avoided elimination from the 2018 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Okmulgee County Basketball... + continue reading
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The OSUIT 2018 Spring Semester began on January 4, and we had another healthy enrollment increase. Q: Why are college students important to Okmulgee? A: The campus is always a little lonely... + continue reading
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By KAITLYN DILLARD Times Staff The Okmulgee County Genealogical Society has recently established a website to allow researches access to documents and databases that are specifically focused on... + continue reading

Retiring Public Works Director Rick Miller is presented a plaque of appreciation by Mayor Steve Baldridge and City Manager Roger Ballenger. (Kaitlyn Dillard/Times Staff)

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By KAITLYN DILLARD Times Staff Okmulgee City Council held its first meeting of the year Tuesday and took steps to begin construction for the Safe Routes to School Project and reclassified... + continue reading

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By PATRICK FORD Times Editor The Okmulgee School board heard a presentation and request from the ACE High School program during last week’s regular meeting. During the session, the board tabled a request to move the school into the former junior high facility located behind Brock Gym. This move would not only give the program more... + continue reading
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  An Okmulgee woman was arrested Tuesday after disturbing the peace at the Okmulgee County District Court House’s Court Clerks Office. Crystal Parker was taken into custody by an officer after causing a disturbance in the form of a domestic dispute with Zackery Berg, the father of her child. Berg was filing a protective order at the... + continue reading

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The OSUIT 2018 Spring Semester began on January 4, and we had another healthy enrollment increase. Q: Why are college students important to Okmulgee? A: The campus is always a little lonely between semesters when many students go home to enjoy a break from their studies. But now that we’ve started the semester, it’s good to see... + continue reading
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Let’s stop, take a deep breath and be thankful for today! Whether you realize it or not, this day (and every day) is a GREAT day in our community. I want to take a minute and let you know how something truly special is happening in Okmulgee each and every day, and it’s something not every community in our state can boast! Today, a... + continue reading
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Popcorn  Happy National Popcorn Day!  Popcorn is loved by many as a great snack that is quick and easy to prepare and can be seasoned in so many ways.  There are so many varieties of popcorn you can choose from these days, caramel, kettle, cheddar and of course movie theater butter to name a very few.  There are also... + continue reading

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Henryetta’s Drew Brown (20) goes up for a layup attempt during the second quarter of Wednesday’s consolation semifinal battle with Wilson.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   OKMULGEE - The Morris and Henryetta varsity basketball squads avoided elimination from the 2018 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Okmulgee County Basketball... + continue reading

Okmulgee defenders Danyelle Yargee (23) and Myesha Cosby (31) closely guard Wilson’s Autumn Barnard during the second period of Tuesday’s opening-round contest.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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Preston’s Ahmiah Tiger (10) goes up for two of her 15 points in last Friday’s home game against Red Oak. Tiger and the Lady Pirates earned a 53-52 win in overtime against the Class B No. 6 Lady Eagles. (Larry Owen, Times staff)

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The OSUIT 2018 Spring Semester began on January 4, and we had another healthy enrollment increase. Q: Why are college students important to Okmulgee? A: The campus is always a little lonely... + continue reading

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By Dean Craig Okmulgee Lions   When will we ever run out of programs with a local flair for the Okmulgee Lions Club?  Well, apparently not too soon, but that is quite alright with... + continue reading