10 Years Ago:
The Muscogee Creek Nation Southern Regional Office hosted an open house during which all enrolled tribal citizens were able to learn more about SRO programs.
VFW Post 1189 held a karaoke night and chili cook-off. Everyone was welcome to join the festivities.
The Okmulgee County YMCA hosted the Chili Chase 5k Run/Walk. Early registration was $25 while race day registration was $35.
— 25 Years Ago:
The water bill list for Okmulgee was incorrect and deemed to be the previous month’s bill.
The Okmulgee Fraternal Order of Police received a gift of land from Cora and William Fisher. The F.O.P. Auxiliary purchased the land for a new lodge for $1.
Wynn Communications sold Motorola pagers for $6 a month.
— 50 Years Ago:
Okmulgee Jaycees manned the rest stop south of town again where they served coffee and donuts to Labor Day weekend motorists.
Okmulgee held a coffee league formation meeting at BeeLine Bowl.
Okmulgee High School Booster Club members sold memberships for the season for $2 apiece. — 100 Years Ago:
The fear that martial law would prevail again vanished when Aldrich Blake, Executive Counselor, told a representative of the Times the Governor was satisfied with reports that were made.
Snow White was announced to be coming to Okmulgee and the arrival dates and times would appear in the paper.
Fulfords held a big blanket sale which included all types of blankets for all sizes of beds, including cribs.