High school girls cross country runners take off from the starting line during the Class 3A varsity girls race at the Henryetta Invitational at Nichols Park on September 9. Nichols Park will serve as one of three sites for this Saturday’s cross country regional meet.
(Larry Owen, Times staff)

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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   Historic Nichols Park in Henryetta will serve as one of three sites for this Saturday's cross country regional meet. The other two regional... + continue reading
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Bonnie Wade has been a much-valued VITA Volunteer at Deep Fork Community Action Foundation, Inc. for the past years (2013-2017). Throughout that time, Wade has devoted 1,774 hours of her time in... + continue reading

Program Chairman Lion Robert Bible, Dr. Bill Path, and President Lion Duaine Janzen.

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By DEAN CRAIG Okmulgee Lions Tuesday's Lions Club meeting was another outstanding program with a local flair by Dr. Bill Path, OSUIT's fourth President, with an update on the progress... + continue reading

OSUIT alum Dean Wilhite will feature an art exhibition in the Conoco Gallery at OSUIT Oct. 19-Dec. 15.

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Dean Wilhite learned very early he was good at art and that he liked being the best at it. “When I was in kindergarten, I remember being competitive in art. I discovered it was something I... + continue reading
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Halloween Dishes for your Mischief Makers Wow!  Last week went well!  We sold so many goodies! First, I want to send a big thank you to everyone who came out and purchased something.... + continue reading

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By Kaitlyn Dillard & Patrick Ford Times Staff Writer, Editor A motion by the Okmulgee County District Attorney’s Office to completely disqualify District Judge Ken Adair from presiding over cases has been denied. The decision was filed Wednesday by District Judge Mark Campbell who presided over the consideration of the motion on... + continue reading
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By Jessie Brydges Times Staff Writer The annual Harvest Spoon Chili Fest is in just one week. Which means there is still one week to enter for both the chili fest and the marketplace.  Under the Harvest Spoon entry on the Okmulgee Main Street website, there is a link with all the entry forms. Or call the Okmulgee Main Street at... + continue reading

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Bonnie Wade has been a much-valued VITA Volunteer at Deep Fork Community Action Foundation, Inc. for the past years (2013-2017). Throughout that time, Wade has devoted 1,774 hours of her time in helping to prepare 4,757 tax returns totaling $2,547,827 in Federal and State refunds. When the lead staff member became unexpectly absent for an... + continue reading
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The Natura Rummage Sale events have been a huge success.  The crowds came all day long,  shopped and ate, then shopped some more. The members of Natura smoked brisket, pork shoulder, bologna, tenderloin, beans and biscuits.  They made potato salads, pasta salads, tabouli, macaroni & cheese and broccoli salad.  Desserts came... + continue reading
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Okmulgee’s Orpheum Theatre and owner John McConnel celebrated its 97th Anniversary Tuesday, which also was Historic Theatres Day for the entire country. Free tours of the building were given and guests  received a complimentary serving of popcorn.   At the evening showing, two patrons were admitted  for the price of one.... + continue reading

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By LARRY OWEN Times Sports Editor   The 2017 high school football regular season is nearing its conclusion. Teams will be doing their best for the next four weeks to keep their... + continue reading

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Halloween Dishes for your Mischief Makers Wow!  Last week went well!  We sold so many goodies! First, I want to send a big thank you to everyone who came out and purchased something.... + continue reading

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Program Chairman Lion Robert Bible, Dr. Bill Path, and President Lion Duaine Janzen.

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By DEAN CRAIG Okmulgee Lions Tuesday's Lions Club meeting was another outstanding program with a local flair by Dr. Bill Path, OSUIT's fourth President, with an update on the progress... + continue reading

Pictured from left are Program Chairperson Lion Heather Sumner, John Wilguess, and President Lion Duaine Janzen.
(Photo and information provided by Dean Craig, with excerpts from the bio of John Wilguess)

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