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Schulter Students of the Month named

Macee Henderson, 6th grade student at Schulter Middle School, was selected as January Student of the Month by her teachers. Mrs. Howk is pictured above as she presents the award to Macee.

Two workers from ARC Outdoorsmen LLC attemded Tuesday’s meeting of the Okmulgee County commissioners seeking advice on an issue they are facing.


Lady Knights fall to Beggs in round one

The Henryetta Lady Knights lost control of an early lead in the first round of the Okmulgee County Tournament, falling to the Beggs Golden Demons in a 65-59 contest.

Schulter’s varsity boys’ and girls’ team faced tough losses at the Okmulgee County Tournament Monday night.

Dragons revive two-game winning streak

After a one-point loss disrupted their winning streak, the Dewar Dragons overpowered the Watts Engineers and Hanna Dragons to improve their record to 7-4.


Often times here at the retirement village, we talk about things we sold at our moving sale or gave away and wish we had back. For instance, I sold my Bundt cake pan.


“Gideon used fire because the electricity ran out. God said blow the horns and crash real big, and he would give them electricity,” says Weston, 4.

English author, A.A. Milne, was born Jan. 18, 1882 in Kilburn, London. Milne grew up with two older brothers and was educated at a small public school run by his father.




Hubbards welcome birth of daughter on Dec. 21

Erin and Jacob Hubbard proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Ember Alana Hubbard on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2019 in Ardmore.


Funeral services for Katherine Patterson, 100, a former resident of Henryetta, were Monday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. at the Rogers Funeral Home Chapel.

Funeral services for Linda Kay Thomas, 75, resident of Okmulgee, were Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 10:30 a.m. at Integrity Chapel where Linda’s nephew, Bro. Kevin Jones officiated.

Funeral services for Zachariah J. Anderson, M.D., 48, resident of Morris, will be Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 1 p.m. at the Sand Creek Baptist Church in Wetumka.

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