(Above right) Charles Otto, Thoma Terry and Steve Sigmon standing next to a veteran who was in the 149th Illinois Infantry, which dates back to the Civil War Era around 1865.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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By KAITLYN DILLARD Times Staff Writer   Members of American Legion Post 10 devoted their Thursday afternoon to protecting history.  Steve Sigmon, Charles Otto and Thoma Terry... + continue reading
Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce Welcomes  Bounce Smart

Inflated at the opening of Bounce Smart, owner Chelsea Smart, along with her daughter Abigail Smart, cuts the ribbon on their new storefront, located at 500A W. 6th Street. Pictured from left are Ambassador Jim Martin, Chamber Executive Director Kay Rabbitt-Brower, Julie Roberds, Ambassador Grant and Star Griffin, Abigail Smart, Ambassador David Fetgatter, Owner Chelsea Smart, Anthony Nieto, Main Street Executive Director Heather Sumner, Ambassador Ann Volz, Ambassador Dana Martin. On the slide Liam and Malikai Daniels.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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 Bounce Smart was recently opened in Okmulgee by Chelsea Smart.  Bounce Smart of Oklahoma is the largest party supply company in Okmulgee County. They offer a large selection of... + continue reading

Terry May, founder of MESA, gave his remarks during OSUIT’s spring commencement.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Nearly 200 graduates from OSU Institute of Technology walked into Covelle Hall Friday afternoon as students, but left as young professionals prepared to join the workforce as OSUIT’s 209th... + continue reading

(Jessie Brydges/Times Staff)

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The Okmulgee McDonald's hosted Dunbar Elementary during the McTeacher night on Monday. McDonald's owners Matt and Mary Baldwin hosted the benefit night which helps raise money for schools.... + continue reading

From left DHS Communications Director Sheree Powell, Vickie Jones, and former Oklahoma First Lady Donna Nigh.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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By PATRICK FORD Times Editor   Okmulgee native Vickie Jones has received a state award for her volunteer efforts. Jones received the Donna Nigh Award for Public Service during a... + continue reading

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Okmulgee County residents Christopher Azbell and Larry Killebrew are recent graduates of the Leadership Oklahoma Class 31. They joined 48 other Oklahomans who attended issues-oriented sessions during the nine-month program in Lawton, Norman, McAlester, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Durant, Enid and Guymon.  Topics for 2017-2018 included state... + continue reading
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Event to raise awareness for mental health The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Behavioral Health Services and Mvskoke Youth Services are hosting Creekchella, a music festival centered around mental health, on Saturday, May 5, at the Claude Cox Omniplex.  The event is geared towards young individuals 12 years and up, but is open to all ages at... + continue reading

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Spice It Up   My sister has a severe allergy to gluten.  This has caused a real issue in the family with finding things she can actually eat.  I am not saying this because she makes it difficult; I say it because there are a surprising number of things that have wheat in it, many that you wouldn’t even think do. ... + continue reading
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A Quiet Place is  anything but quiet The directorial debut of John Krasinski is sure to astound audiences with its groundbreaking sound techniques and compelling story. A Quiet Place depicts a post-apocalyptic world and of a family adapting to survive against creatures who hunt solely by sound. It’s a mashup of a thriller and horror... + continue reading

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Morris punches ticket to finals with narrow win over host Lady Dragons By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   DEWAR - The Morris Lady Eagles scratched and clawed their way to the... + continue reading

Morris’ Victor Ramirez places a tag on a Mounds baserunner at first base last Thursday at the 34th Annual Joe Fowler Dewar Gumbo Classic baseball tournament.
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Spice It Up   My sister has a severe allergy to gluten.  This has caused a real issue in the family with finding things she can actually eat.  I am not saying this because she... + continue reading