OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma could benefit greatly from more investment in resources to improve the way crime statistics and court records are collected, organized and analyzed, state lawmakers were t
By Steve Metzer
Calling all cooks! This Friday (Oct. 18) is the deadline to enter Okmulgee Main Street’s Harvest Spoon Chili Festival. The event will be held on Oct. 26th in downtown.
Need a passport, but can’t make it to the post office during normal office hours? To ensure U.S.
The Beggs Golden Demons added another win to their district crown, defeating Dewey in a 75-0 smackdown. A strong first quarter scoring streak put the Demons immediately ahead of the Bulldoggers.
By Kaitlyn Dillard
Okmulgee and Beggs High School’s cross country teams went up against strong competitors at the Cushing Tigers Cross Country Invitational Thursday.
By Kaitlyn Dillard
For the Children
By Joe Dorman
DEAR ABBY: I am a college freshman. I have decided I want to get a job so I can support myself and pay half the rent in the apartment my mom resides in.
By Abigalli Van Buren
Joker is a mystery of a film, toeing the line between a comic book film and a deep look at a mentally ill character.
Mildred “Millie” Zimmerebner, of Beggs, went to be with the Lord Friday, October 11, 2019. Millie was born on October 11, 1948, in Okmulgee, to John Harris and Clois “Sue” (Long) Cole.
Nellie Laughlin, a resident of Henryetta, died October 14, 2019, at the age of 83. She was born October 20, 1935, in Henryetta to William and Emma Hughes.
Ben Zimmerebner, age 73, of Beggs, went to be with the Lord September 8, 2019.
Fire prevention week will be held next week and to help spread knowledge the Okmulgee Fire Department will be traveling from school to school to give presentations and talk to the students.
Oklahoma State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister visited Okmulgee Schools Friday, August 31. While here, Joy toured the new Ag Building and the ACE program.
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