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OkmulgeeCounty News

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VFW Auxiliary 1189 Post upcoming events

Upcoming events: Indian Taco & Bean Dinner May 6th from 11AM to 2PM all you can eat Donation of $6 Monthly Auxiliary meeting 2nd Saturday of the month at Noon District Meeting Veterans...

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Special guests will speak on behalf of Markwayne Mullin at the Okmulgee County Republican meeting

Oklahoma Congressional District 2 candidates Jarrin Jackson and Mike Stopp, on behalf of Markwayne Mullin, will speak at the Okmulgee County Republican meeting Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. at...

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The Boy and the POW & other German-American Inspired Stories
The Boy and the POW & other German-American Inspired Stories

By Betty Anderson Sometimes stories touch you so much that they must be put into narrative so they don’t just filter out into the air, but can be chronicled to share...

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The Treaty of 1866th, 150th Sesquicentennial commemorative event set for June 24

Plans are underway for the 1866th Treaty memorial event as this year marks the 150th Sesquicentennial anniversary of the Emancipated Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes as outlined in the...

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Building in Henryetta burns to the ground
Building in Henryetta burns to the ground

Multiple Fire Departments worked to contain a fire that broke out around midnight at the location of 6th and Trudgeon in Henryetta near the Post Office early Wednesday. Firefighters worked...

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Henretta Chamber proud of new tennis courts
Henretta Chamber proud of new tennis courts

The Henryetta Chamber held a ribbon cutting recently after the official dedication of the Dr. Carlton E. Smith Tennis Complex. (See related story) President Jeremy Roberts made comments about the project,...

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Dr. Carlton E. Smith Tennis Complex dedication ceremony
Dr. Carlton E. Smith Tennis Complex dedication ceremony

By Valerie Rice - ONN Henryetta is well known for the fine tennis teams they have produced throughout the years. With much work in refurbishing the old tennis court into a...

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Why Are Americans Buying So Many Guns?
Why Are Americans Buying So Many Guns?

Law-abiding Americans are buying guns at a record pace, and most tell us it’s for self-defense. Democrats, however, are far more likely than others to believe it is too easy...

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Cancer victim resumes teaching dream through debt-free program at OU
Cancer victim resumes teaching dream through debt-free program at OU

Alissa Lloyd uses popsicle sticks to explain potential energy to fifth-graders at Kennedy Elementary School in Norman. Extensive medical bills forced her to drop out of school, but now through...

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Attorney General Scott Pruitt Warns Oklahomans of Scammers in Wake of Tornadoes, Wildfires

Price gouging statutes in effect for 18 counties after emergency declared OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Scott Pruitt said Oklahomans should be wary of criminals who stream into communities to target...

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Landowner Practices May Deter Quail Nest Predation
Landowner Practices May Deter Quail Nest Predation

It's well known that northern bobwhites are resilient and innovative when it comes to replenishing their numbers. In addition to hens nesting two and often three times in a single...

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Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores seeking Manager

Job Description Do you want to “Fuel Your Career”? Do you have experience in Quick Service, Fast Food, or Full Service Restaurant management? Do you have a proven track record of...

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