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"Great idea. Shot or not we can wear them. 610,000 lives in less than two years is enough to make us all cautious for everyone from newborns to centenarians."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention answers some frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccinations.
"It’s about time we make atonement for sins of the past. God says to love one another, which includes people of all color, religion and sexual orientation. Let Muskogee people lead the way!"
The Federal Communications Commission explains what caller ID spoofing is and what the rules are for telemarketers. More information can be found at www.fcc.gov.
Robert Loughridge was born in South Carolina in 1809 and grew up in Alabama. After graduating from college, he attended Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1842. He married a schoolteacher named Olivia Hill that same year.
In this week’s position the material is even. But things are not so even, as demonstrated by the central location of black’s king. With this hint in mind please try to find black’s best move.
American Conversations Made by US participants could address five topics about current questions in American civics. The winner of the 22-30 year-old category is Adrian Whitaker, who selected the topic about the value and meaning of the American flag to the previous and current generations. …
"Mayor Coleman has done a lot in a year's time. He has involved himself in the community helping to feed the hungry, he has made our streets bearable to drive on and still working on them, he's out in public — he doesn't isolate himself to just his office. Friendly, he is a very good mayor, …
Running kids to their sports an Sundays are what makes us smile. We Love the outdoors and anything to do with sports. Photo submitted by Stryker Graves. Email your snapshots to email@example.com. Photos must be at least 700 pixels wide. Limit of one photo per month for each submitter.
This Week's Circulars
100, Salesman for Nabisco, passed Tuesday July 27, 2021 Funeral service: 11AM, Monday, August 2, 2021 @ New Hope Baptist Church, Muskogee, OK. Services provided by Cornerstone Funeral Home, Muskogee, Oklahoma
76, truck driver, passed away Sunday 07/25/2021. Celebration of Life 2:00PM Tuesday, 08/03/2021 at Fort Gibson National Cemetery Pavilion. Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Fort Gibson. Online condolences clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com
91, Rural Postal Carrier, passed Tuesday, July 27, 2021 service: 10AM, Saturday, July 31, 2021 @ Cornerstone Funeral Home Chapel Funeral services provided by Cornerstone Funeral Home, Muskogee, Oklahoma
- Person of interest identified in copper theft
- Greenleaf Apartments given ultimatum
- Tahlequah Police: Man barricaded with gun taken into custody
- 63 of 77 Oklahoma counties in Moderate risk level
- Women flee burning house
- Area team in Little League Softball regional final, qualifies for World Series
- House fire on Cherry Street
- Muskogee man convicted of aggravated sexual abuse
- Sheriff's office seeks public's help in theft from local business
- CHAMPS! Area team wins regional, on way to Little League Softball World Series (updated)