FORT GIBSON — About 50 people gather to worship near the Grand River while keyboardist Blanche Reece plays "Shall we Gather at the River."
Four Muskogee County school districts and two Cherokee County districts, will receive mobile internet access and devices through Verizon Unlimited 4GE data plans and Jetpacks.
With summer coming to a close, we turn our attention back to school. During the week of July 31 through Aug. 7, we will be giving away one bag of books per child. Books will be sorted by early readers, elementary readers, middle school, and high school. At that time, each child will have an …
Four Muskogee County students recently were honored by the Oklahoma State University Ferguson College of Agriculture with academic scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Students will have the option of wearing masks at school, as well as the option of taking virtual classes or a Flex Lab when Fort Gibson Schools start classes Aug. 13.
What’s more beautiful than a butterfly? OG&E and the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden have teamed up to launch the 2020 Read for Adventure, a statewide literacy program. The first Read for Adventure program began in 2017 with the Kristin Williamson book, “Our Day at the Zoo.” Accor…
Oklahoma State University awarded degrees to 3,840 students this past spring, including 2,432 Oklahomans, according to the Office of the Registrar.
BeanStack is here! What is Beanstack you ask? Beanstack is an online software to help the Eastern Oklahoma Library System (EOLS) facilitate our Summer Reading Program (and more reading programs) online. You can track your reading progress by minutes or completed books, which is a great way f…
FORT GIBSON — After driving up from Oklahoma City, Michael and Miranda Taylor found a crunchy, moist reward at Fort Gibson’s Sweet Corn Festival.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Helping to promote financial education statewide, the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) is offering free Financial Fitness Kits through about 100 public libraries statewide, including the Q.B. Boydstun Library, and online at www.KnowWhatCounts.org.
Finances are not usually the topic of this article, because our focus is what’s new at our library. Finances are not new, but personal finances are something that we are all concerned about in one way or another at this time. So I decided to look into material that might help with finances.
Jesus knew what He was doing when He gave “love your neighbor” the title of “greatest command” in Mark 12:28-34 and Matthew 22:34-39.
We are excited to welcome our patrons back this week. While we started with a soft opening yesterday, we are looking forward to the day when the library can return to a place to get together in order to meet the needs of our community once again. In the meantime, we will continue with precau…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Hospitals, health care workers, and first responders in Oklahoma will soon have the option of recycling their N95 masks with the state receiving a new decontamination system developed by Battelle, a global research and development organization headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.
FORT GIBSON — Fort Gibson National Cemetery held a solemn Memorial Day ceremony on Thursday. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's ceremony was not open to the public.
Two area students are on the Missouri Southern State University Dean's List for the Spring 2020 semester at Missouri Southern State University has been released.
Sabina Busch of Muskogee and Lauren Wilcox of Fort Gibson have been selected to receive the Georgia-Pacific Foundation Employees’ Children Scholarship.
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Three area high school seniors are among academic All-Staters to be honored this weekend by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.
The Fort Gibson Indian Education Committee for Johnson O’Malley will be conducting a public hearing Tuesday in the Administration Building, 500 S. Ross Ave., Fort Gibson. The JOM meeting will begin at 6 p.m., and the Title VI meeting (public hearing) will begin at 6:30 p.m.
This Week's Circulars
88, passed away Friday, 7/31/2020 in Muskogee, memorial services, 2:30PM Friday, 8/7/2020 Fort Gibson National Cemetery, Fort Gibson, OK. online condolences may be shared @ clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com
Coach John Blake, 59, left July 23, 2020. Tribute Saturday, 12 Noon, Friendship West Baptist Church, Dallas. Visitation Sunday, 1:00 until 6:00, Charles Page HS Fieldhouse. Graveside Monday, 12 Noon, Green Acres Gardens, Tulsa. biglowfunerals.com
age 67. Airline Mechanic. Died August 2nd in Tulsa, OK. Funeral Services August 7th at 10:00AM at Reed-Culver Chapel. Burial at Barber Cemetery. Visitation August 6th from 1:00PM until 7:00PM at Reed-Culver Funeral Home.
age 65. Truck Driver. Died August 1st in Grove, OK. Funeral Services August 7th at 1:00PM at Reed-Culver Chapel. Burial at Park Hill Cemetery. Visitation August 6th from 1:00PM until 7:00PM at Reed-Culver Funeral Home.
age 22, security guard, died Friday July 31, 2020. Services 3:00 pm Thursday August 6, 2020 at Okay Christian Fellowship. Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home - Muskogee
- Retired judge found dead Tuesday
- Fort Gibson woman dies in single-vehicle crash
- Two killed in Cherokee County collision
- CN Chief of Staff opens up: Sequoyah sports decision brings turmoil
- Five injured in Wagoner County crash
- Muskogee man wanted in July 24 shooting apprehended
- Alford remembered as 'true public servant'
- Man wanted in shooting caught following pursuit
- COVID-19 claims life of Cherokee County man
- Got some zip: Hornet shortstop's arm soars nationally