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OKLAHOMA CITY – Twenty-eight organizations were awarded Aerospace and Aviation Education Program grants or contracts totaling over $296,697 from the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC). The... + continue reading
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By JESSIE BRYDGES Times Staff Writer   Josie Cope has always loved animals and the outdoors, so when the opportunity to join 4-H came up it was an easy decision. She was seven when she... + continue reading

Pictured are Elisha Sturdivan, Greg Marriott and Rotary President Ann Volz.

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By JESSIE Brydges Times Staff Writer   Greg Marriott was the Rotarian of the day during the July 26 meeting. During the meeting, he addressed the often used historical tax credits... + continue reading

Coach Munden Welcomed By Lions

Pictured are Program Chairman Lion Craig Brydges presenting a valuable and historic Centennial Okmulgee Lions Club coffee cup to Coach Munden.
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By DEAN CRAIG Okmulgee Lions   My, how time flies when you're having fun, but I'm not ready for school to begin, and I've been out of school for more than 50+ years (none of... + continue reading
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Many of you know that one of my favorite things to write about and take part in, is our ‘Big Dogs’ Greeter Program at both of our Okmulgee Elementary Schools.  The first year of this... + continue reading

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By KAITLYN DILLARD Times Staff Writer   An Okmulgee doctor is facing license revocation after being arrested in July by Oklahoma Highway Patrol for a suspected DUI.  Zachariah Anderson, 46, was pulled over July 21, around 6:30 p.m. by a highway patrol officer. According to court documents, Anderson had been observed... + continue reading
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By JESSIE BRYDGES Times Staff Writer   Many county students are gearing up to return to class next week. Already, two schools are back in session. Wilson began the school year on Wednesday, and Schulter started Thursday. The majority of schools will start Aug.16 this year. Those include Okmulgee, Stonebridge Academy, Preston,... + continue reading

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From time to time, I still hear people within the community badmouthing and running down Okmulgee. For some people, it seems like it is so engrained in their psyche, that they just can’t stop themselves from making derogatory comments about Okmulgee and about the people who are genuinely trying to make our town a better place. It’s... + continue reading

OSUIT Pro-Tech instructor Ryan Lasarsky (left) and General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) instructor Joe Coleman (right) were two of the 40 automotive instructors from across the country selected to attend the conference.

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Two instructors from OSU Institute of Technology’s School of Automotive Technologies had the opportunity to learn about the future of the industry at the Self Drive Sinclair annual conference. Pro-Tech instructor Ryan Lasarsky and General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) instructor Joe Coleman were two of the 40... + continue reading

OSUIT student Cody Barnes gives a presentation at the corporate meeting room at ONEOK in Tulsa.

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OSU Institute of Technology student Cody Barnes stood at the front of the corporate meeting room Tuesday addressing ONEOK employees and his fellow interns about his time with the pipeline integrity team. With his PowerPoint presentation projected beside him, Barnes, a Pipeline Integrity Technology student, described his time doing general... + continue reading

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Preston’s Kaelynn Roberts tags out Henryetta’s Lexi Lollis along the first base line during Monday’s fastpitch softball season opener in Preston.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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Lady Knights blank Lady Pirates in 2018 opener By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   PRESTON - The Preston Lady Pirates hosted their Okmulgee County rivals, the Henryetta Lady Knights... + continue reading

Preston third baseman Mason Smith applies the tag to a Moss baserunner during the first inning of Monday’s season opener.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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Jaden Skupien and the Preston Pirates will begin their 2018 fall baseball season Monday at home against Moss.
(Kaitlyn Dillard, Times file)

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Foundations   Foundations are the structures we build the rest of our buildings upon.  As it relates to this article, what are the beginnings, the experiences, the life happenings... + continue reading

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Pictured are Elisha Sturdivan, Greg Marriott and Rotary President Ann Volz.

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By JESSIE Brydges Times Staff Writer   Greg Marriott was the Rotarian of the day during the July 26 meeting. During the meeting, he addressed the often used historical tax credits... + continue reading

Coach Munden Welcomed By Lions

Pictured are Program Chairman Lion Craig Brydges presenting a valuable and historic Centennial Okmulgee Lions Club coffee cup to Coach Munden.
(Photo and information
provided by Dean Craig)

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From left are President Lion James Thompson, Kent Pharaoh, Program Chair Rev. Dale Fillmore, and Bagpipe-Attempter Lion Beth Flud.
(Photo and information provided by Dean Craig with excerpts from bio from Kent Pharaoh).

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