DEAR ABBY: My colleagues and I were recently notified our company is closing next month. My work partner and I have collaborated closely for four years, and he’s an expert at the software I need to know to get a job in my field. When I asked if he would give me a couple of lessons via Zoom, I was thinking it’d be about a three-hour commitment for him. But he was enthusiastic and designed a 20-plus-hour curriculum for me.
With the help of sympathetic followers Big-aslife Aidini rented the Congo Bar Sunday mornings. Area prostitutes began losing business as more and more people converted. A municipal governor confronted Aidini. “You must stop your meetings in the bar.” The preacher turned to the official. He spoke with a boldness the onlookers had grown accustomed to. “In three days, you sir will no longer be governor.” Before the time passed a crisis hit, forcing the official to vacate his post.
The peaceful transfer of power is a pillar of our democracy. While every transition has been peaceful and our nation has always endured, some transitions have tested our strength and resilience.
I am happy to report the Muscogee (Creek) Nation has administered more than 6000 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines (first and second doses). I am tremendously proud of the hard work and dedication of our staff in delivering this life-saving vaccine to our community.
Have you seen this dog? A local family is searching for the whereabouts of a missing pet who is also a support dog. It was reported missing in the 3rd and Muskogee area. The dog, named Bailey, is a companion for Micah McDade, who is confined to a wheelchair. The family is looking for the safe return of Bailey. Contact Micah McDade, Anisa Tuggle McDade or Bobbie Powell on Facebook if you have any information, or contact the Okmulgee Times and we will forward the information. COURTESY PHOTOS