OSU Institute of Technology’s regular summer trimester is scheduled to begin June 15. New precautions and safety measures have been implemented in order to offer the kind of practical, hands-on instruction for which the campus is best known.
The Okmulgee Chamber’s “Hump Day Happenings” is being used as a way to share with residents what the town has to offer, and to keep citizens up to date on projects in the community.
The Primary Election will be held June 30. On the ballot, are three Democratic candidates for Okmulgee County Commissioner, District 2. They are David Earhart, R.C. Morrow, and Steve Ward. Over the next few editions, the candidates are providing their biography with the public:
County state legislators will give a wrap up next Friday on the recently concluded session.
Okmulgee Schools employees including John Reed and Clayton Vaughn were installing banners along 6th Street Thursday morning. The banners show all the graduating class of Okmulgee High School for 2020. Due to COVID-19, many graduation ceremonies and end-ofschool activities were either put on hold and condensed for the safety of all. Superintendent Renee Dove and district administrators are following the example of many other schools and using the banners to honor the graduating class. Okmulgee Schools graduation ceremony is tentatively scheduled for June 20.