An Okmulgee man has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison following his conviction in federal court.
The jobless rate for all counties in Oklahoma dropped during the month of September. In Okmulgee County, the unemployment rate dropped to 4.0 percent, down from 4.8 percent in August.
By PaTrIcK ForD
Morris FFA Chapter is hosting a Poinsettia Sale through Friday, Nov. 16.
By TRACy GOzA
For three Okmulgee County varsity football teams, the quest for a state championship continues tonight, as the third phase of the 2018 high school season - postseason - begins around the state.
By Larry Owen
HENRYETTA - Representatives from the eight schools that will compete in the 2019 Henryetta Invitational Basketball Tournament met Wednesday at the Henryetta Event Center to determine where their te
By Larry Owen
By Abigail Van Buren
Counting for something. The phrase speaks to a certain drive inside us – regardless our limp. Everyone carries a limp. Mine are external and internal.
One day a year is dedicated in honor of our precious veterans who have served in our nation’s military. Observed annually on Nov.
By Tracy Goza Free-Lance Editor
This week, I am going to discuss lunch. The great thing about the oats for breakfast is that it keeps me going until I eat lunch about 12:30.
Henryetta Public Schools Breakfast
Five Muscogee (Creek) citizens represented the Nation as 2018 recipients of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development “Native American 40 Under 40” award during the Oct.
Betty Ragen, resident of Henryetta, passed away, Wednesday, Nov. 7, at the age of 92. Services are pending with Rogers Funeral Home.
William Harold “Harry” Ellerbe, 54, resident of Tulsa, passed away Sunday, Nov. 4, in Dallas. Harry was born Sept. 11, 1964, in Mountain View, Calif. to Wilbur Ellerbe and Kaye Ellerbe.
Funeral services for Carolyn Snow, 78, resident of Henryetta, was at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Rogers Funeral Home Chapel where Rev. Jack Vance officiated.