The Victim
Kimberly Lyons-Anderson
Friday, January 20, 2017
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More than three weeks have passed since the homicide of Kimberly Lyons-Anderson. Investigators have conducted in excess of 50 interviews in connection with the Dec. 26 death of the 38-year-old... + continue reading
Friday, January 20, 2017
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Okmulgee County Homeless Shelter board members Jim Martin and Doug Agnew work on shelving at the new location of the OCHS Thrift Store and Retail Store. See page 4A for more information.  ... + continue reading

Nancy Mason

Friday, January 20, 2017
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The final events by the Okmulgee Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Committee will be held this weekend.The Coretta Scott King Tea will be held on Saturday, Jan. 21, from 12-2 p.m. at the... + continue reading
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Voters in Okmulgee County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the Feb. 14 annual School Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Ashley Carnes said this week.... + continue reading
Friday, January 20, 2017
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The Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce welcomes Okmulgee’s latest business, Nutrition Fit Zone. The store is located at 118 N. Mission Lane and is owned by Garland Jordan Sr. At Nutrition Fit Zone, they... + continue reading

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01/20/2017
WILBURTON – Eastern Oklahoma State College’s scholarship applications for the 2017-18 academic year are due by Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. Current and prospective students planning to attend Eastern in the fall are encouraged to submit their scholarship application online; however, paper applications will also be accepted.“Applying for scholarships is an... + continue reading
01/20/2017
By JESSIE BRYDGESTimes Staff Writer The Okmulgee City Council gave the greenlight to several projects during their regular monthly meeting Tuesday. A Memorandum of Understanding between the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and the City of Okmulgee was approved for the construction of a public trail serving native communities and the general... + continue reading

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By Nancy MillerHistorical Society Board The Henryetta Territorial Museum is being scrubbed up for a special event, the induction of the now historic Walking Veteran's wagon,  pulled across the United States in the summer of 2016 by The Walking Veteran Thomas Hudson. With special visitors coming to town, Henryetta Historical Society... + continue reading
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Work is underway to complete the new location of the OCHS Thrift and Resale Shop. Staff, volunteers and Okmulgee County Homeless Shelter Board Members have been working hard to complete the renovations. Pictured from left are Sharon Whitecloud of the Experience Work program; Daniel Demmitt, OCHS employee; Tammy Parscal, OCHS Thrift Store manager;... + continue reading

Debra & Ty Barker

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Pastors Dale and Colleen Litsey and the congregation of Jubilee Christian Center would like to invite you to a very special meeting with Ty and Debra Barker of Barker Ministries, Tulsa, OK.  They will be ministering Sunday, Jan. 22 at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m..Ty and Debra’s desire is to be ministers of God’s grace and love.  They bring a... + continue reading

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Hunter Smith
1st place, Division II, 75 lbs.
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Despite predictions of an ice storm, the Morris Eagle Wrestling Club held the first annual Novice Challenge of the Talons Wrestling Tournament in the Don Shoemake Gymnasium on Saturday,  Jan. 14... + continue reading

Okmulgee’s Andrew Robertson (25) defends Schulter’s Tommy Casey (13)  during Tuesday’s first round meeting.

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Dewar’s Alisha Hicks (14) goes in for a two points during the first half of Wednesday’s consolation semifinal battle with Schulter.
 
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Preston’s J. Scot Fife (11) shoots over the outstretched hand of Wilson’s Josiah Sellers (13) during first-round action on Monday. (Staff photo by Larry Owen)

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I’m So Grateful For Our City Workers!I hear people here in town say things like this a lot, “I wish our City would do…”, or “My taxes are paying for this, why can’t they…”, and I’ve heard it so much... + continue reading

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Donnie Alexander and Stonebridge Head of School Wren Hawthorne are shown with the winners of the MLK Art Contest. They are Audrey Johnson, 3rd grade, 3rd place; Emilia Nguyen, 2nd grade, 2nd place... + continue reading