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By HERMAN BROWNOkmulgee Times Editor Plans are rapidly taking shape for next week’s annual Okmulgee High School Homecoming celebration.The theme for 2016 is “Once a Bulldog, Always a Bulldog.”... + continue reading
Friday, September 23, 2016
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Okmulgee County Emergency Director Tim Craighton, left, and Okmulgee County EMS operations director Jeremy Shatswell present a class to a group of third graders Wednesday afternoon. Okmulgee’s City... + continue reading
Okmulgee Area Manufacturing Companies Work  with Okmulgee Public Schools
Back row from left are  Carl Henderson, Plant Manager, Polyvision; Aaron Abbott, Executive Vice President, Covington Aircraft; Allen Hall, Plant Manager, PACCAR Winch; James Alexander, CP Kelco. Front row from left are  Shane Reddish, OADC, Student Intern; James Thompson, President, Thompson Pump; Mariah Price, Science Teacher, Okmulgee High School; LuVona Copeland, ACE High School Principal; Julie Roberds, Business & Industry Director, Green Country Technology Center; and Stephanie Cameron, State Director, Oklahoma Dream It Do It. (Photo provided)
Friday, September 23, 2016
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There’s a new endeavor and collaboration leading up to the celebration of National Manufacturing Day on Oct. 7. The Okmulgee Area Development Corporation (OADC), and area manufacturing companies... + continue reading

Students from OSUIT’s Pipeline Integrity Program gather at the new Phillips 66 Pipeline Integrity Outdoor Lab, located next to the Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center.  

Friday, September 23, 2016
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You can’t see it from the road, but just beyond OSU Institute of Technology’s newest instructional facility, the Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center, is the university’s latest... + continue reading
Friday, September 23, 2016
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By Dean CraigOkmulgee Lions Win some, lose some, and some get rained out seemed to be the order of the day as our Tuesday regularly scheduled program had to be cancelled due to illness.  ... + continue reading
Okmulgee Area Manufacturing Companies Work  with Okmulgee Public Schools
Back row from left are  Carl Henderson, Plant Manager, Polyvision; Aaron Abbott, Executive Vice President, Covington Aircraft; Allen Hall, Plant Manager, PACCAR Winch; James Alexander, CP Kelco. Front row from left are  Shane Reddish, OADC, Student Intern; James Thompson, President, Thompson Pump; Mariah Price, Science Teacher, Okmulgee High School; LuVona Copeland, ACE High School Principal; Julie Roberds, Business & Industry Director, Green Country Technology Center; and Stephanie Cameron, State Director, Oklahoma Dream It Do It. (Photo provided)

Students from OSUIT’s Pipeline Integrity Program gather at the new Phillips 66 Pipeline Integrity Outdoor Lab, located next to the Chesapeake Energy Natural Gas Compression Training Center.  

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09/23/2016
By JESSIE BRYDGESTimes Staff Writer A regulation on the building of fences in front yards of Okmulgee residences was approved during Tuesday's meeting of the Okmulgee City council.The panel voted to approve the proposed Ordinance amending Title 17, Chapter 2, Sub-Section 130C of the Okmulgee Municipal Code by adding regulations on fences in... + continue reading
09/23/2016
OKMULGEE - The Okmulgee Lady Bulldog fastpitch softball team saw their 2016 season come to a close here this past Tuesday evening.The Lady Bulldogs would find themselves on the short end of a pair of 10-run losses at Langdon Field in the season finale.The OHS squad would fall to the Bristow Lady Pirates by a 13-3 decision in their first game on... + continue reading

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Vice Grand Lady Beverly Cazenave presents Amaya and her family a check for $429.63 to help offset numerous expenses for sickle cell treatment.

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The Uganda Martyrs hosted a very special mass and banquet last Sunday.The Knights of Peter Claver and the Ladies Auxiliary from Court 55 as well as Council 55 and Alfaretta R. Aubry hosted the celebrations. The Saint Peter  Claver Mass kicked off the day's event  at the Uganda Martyrs Catholic Church. The Knights dressed in black... + continue reading
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 By HERMAN BROWNOkmulgee Times Editor One person suffered burns when a fire broke out mid-day Wednesday at a plant on the north side of Okmulgee. The fire began shortly before noon in the warehouse building at the Pump & Motor Works Inc. at 1900 North Wood Drive.The Pump & Motor Works Inc. is an engineering, manufacturing... + continue reading
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The Okmulgee Public Library is gearing up for their annual Friends of the Library book sale. On Monday, Okmulgee High School’s Leadership class were there to help. They assisted by setting up tables, moving chairs and unboxing all the books. The sale will be held in the basement as usual and will start with a members only night on Thursday evening... + continue reading

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OKMULGEE - The Okmulgee Lady Bulldog fastpitch softball team saw their 2016 season come to a close here this past Tuesday evening.The Lady Bulldogs would find themselves on the short end of a pair of... + continue reading
Okmulgee junior running back Greg Jones (20) looks to elude a John Marshall defender during a September 8 game in Oklahoma City. Jones would rush for 158 yards and 5 TDs in the Bulldogs’ 61-8 win over OKC Northeast Academy this past Friday night at historic Harmon Field in Okmulgee.
(Staff photo by Larry Owen)
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Okmulgee defensive lineman Jesse Ramsey (82) applies pressure to the quarterback during Monday’s home opener against Pawhuska. Ramsey would come away with two of the Bullpups’ four takeaways in Monday’s contest, including the game-clinching interception.     (Staff photo by Larry Owen)

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Unsung heroes—when was the last time you thought about the many hardworking people who provide the goods and services you utilize every day? We live in a consumer-based society, and most of us would... + continue reading

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By Dean CraigOkmulgee Lions Win some, lose some, and some get rained out seemed to be the order of the day as our Tuesday regularly scheduled program had to be cancelled due to illness.  ... + continue reading