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Thanksgiving Desserts   Thanksgiving is next Thursday.  With it being right around the corner, I want to take the opportunity this week to count my blessings so to speak. ... + continue reading
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Shoe Sensation held its Grand Opening Thursday officially welcoming customers to shop and peruse. The Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce welcomed the business to Okmulgee with a ribbon cutting. The first... + continue reading
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The New Arts  Collector Guild   Have you noticed there’s something positive always happening here in Okmulgee? There are new opportunities for involvement, and a variety of... + continue reading
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GOPO building garners award   I know you’ve been talking about it for months. I’ve seen you driving your cars by slowly and admiring it through the windows. Very soon, you will... + continue reading
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The 2017 Dripping Springs Rendezvous brought the  lives of the mountain men and women of the Fur Trade Era back to life last week at the lake. Demonstrations such as black powder shooting,... + continue reading

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By DEAN CRAIG Okmulgee Lions   Tuesday's Lions Club meeting was another program in a long list of programs with a local flair, one that I'm sure that not many of the readers realize that this business even exists in Okmulgee.   That business is Jandebeur's Motor Sports Park, located directly behind Stewart Martin... + continue reading
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  In September, Okmulgee County posted an unemployment rate of 6.2 percent with only 1,007 residents unemployed and had 15,139 employed. McIntosh County had the highest recorded unemployment rate in September with a rate of 7.6 percent. Latimer County had the second highest rate for the month of 7.4 percent, while Haskell reported the... + continue reading

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By PATRICK FORD Times Editor   Cathy Costello, a business owner and mental health advocate and candidate for Oklahoma Labor Commissioner, took time out of her busy schedule to visit Okmulgee on Tuesday. Costello was one of the guests of the Okmulgee County Republicans during their meeting on the OSUIT campus. She also stopped by... + continue reading

A ribbon cutting for the new Okmulgee High School Band building is set for 4 p.m. on Nov. 29.

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By JESSIE BRYDGES Times Staff   The Okmulgee School board heard presentations from teachers from district sites on their  individual Strategic Plans during Tuesday's meeting.  This training was first introduced to the board during the September school board meeting.  From there, teachers took the lessons back... + continue reading

The Okmulgee sixth grade Junior Bulldog football team finished as Superbowl runner-ups this past Saturday at O’Dell Field in Cushing with a 34-0 loss over the Perkins Bandits.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   CUSHING - The Okmulgee sixth-grade team had their dreams of a NEOYFA championship derailed last Saturday, falling by a 34-0 margin to the Perkins Bandits in the Superbowl game at O'Dell Field. The Junior Bulldog squad was unable to get their offense going throughout the contest, while the... + continue reading

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The Okmulgee sixth grade Junior Bulldog football team finished as Superbowl runner-ups this past Saturday at O’Dell Field in Cushing with a 34-0 loss over the Perkins Bandits.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   CUSHING - The Okmulgee sixth-grade team had their dreams of a NEOYFA championship derailed last Saturday, falling by a 34-0 margin to the Perkins... + continue reading

Preston junior Turner Howk (15) goes in for two of his 13 points in last Friday’s home opener against Dale.
(Kaitlyn Dillard, Times staff)

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Preston sophomore Euniece Leach (11) puts up a shot attempt in last Friday’s home opener against Dale.
(Kaitlyn Dillard, Times staff)

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Beggs junior running back Kayson Toliver attempts to outrun four Mannford defenders to the end zone in the first half of last Friday’s Class 3A playoff opener at Golden Demon Stadium in Beggs. Toliver rushed for 176 yards and 3 TDs in the Demons’ 61-28 playoff win.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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The New Arts  Collector Guild   Have you noticed there’s something positive always happening here in Okmulgee? There are new opportunities for involvement, and a variety of... + continue reading

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Thanksgiving Desserts   Thanksgiving is next Thursday.  With it being right around the corner, I want to take the opportunity this week to count my blessings so to speak. ... + continue reading