Digital Smart Tasers could help Fort Gibson police officers fire in close quarters and at a distance.
The Fort Gibson Indian Education Committee for Johnson O'Malley will be meeting 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 will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Youngsters, Fort Gibson High School football players and other volunteers put up more than 500 American flags around Fort Gibson’s Centennial Park, along part of U.S. 62 and along the Trail of Honor on Willey Road to Cemetery Road to Fort Gibson National Cemetery. The flags will be up until …
Fall is upon us with cooler mornings and warmer afternoons. This is a perfect time of year to begin lining up books for winter reading. We have several new books that might be interesting.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol was called to the scene of a injury collision at U.S. 62 and Four Mile Road at approximately 5:08 p.m., in Muskogee County, according to a news release from OHP.
Fort Gibson Schools will conduct the annual Johnson O'Malley Indian Education Committee election at 6 p.m. Tuesday, in the Administration Building Community Room. Parents of JOM-eligible students are invited to attend.
October is National Health Literacy Month. Health Literacy Month was created in 1999 by Helen Osborne. What is Health Literacy you might be thinking? The original definition of Health Literacy by Helen Osborne is, “Health literacy is a shared responsibility between patients and providers. Ea…
Today is National Voter Registration Day. Register now to participate in 2019 local elections and future elections in 2020. Our participation in National Voter Registration Day will be guiding voters to the online site available for registration. The family movie also is today at 4:30 p.m.
A new addition to Fort Gibson school's ag building gave Fort Gibson High School senior Anna Hardy a dry place to walk and work her goat on a rainy Friday morning.
We continue to celebrate National Library Card Sign Up at the “Q.” If you don’t have a library card yet, September is the time to do it. We’re giving away a small prize to each person who signs up this month. Bring your child in and have their picture taken with Woody and Buzz.
August has been a busy month for families with children going back to school and getting back into a routine again. We’ve been busy at the “Q” planning activities for the school year. Starting the first week of September, pre-school storytime and afternoon STEAM activities will resume.
FORT GIBSON — Muskogee author Jonita Mullins was the guest speaker at Monday's meeting of the Fort Gibson Historical & Genealogy Society at the Fort Gibson Bakery and Cafe. She talked about her newest book, "Oklahoma Opposites" and signed copies of the book for the 20 members of the soci…
Back-to-school week brings excitement and joy for some (mainly parents), while maybe not so much for others. Either way, the “Q” is always ready to support our kids and families. Many children will be going to school for the first time this year. It’s always a little sad to see children who …
“A Universe of Stories” ended with a bang last Friday with a bouncy house, game truck, pizza, books, prizes and more. Over 200 kids, ages 1 through 18 participated in the program this year. Thanks to all who participated and helped make our summer reading program great this year. A special t…
As we begin July, we are halfway through our summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories.” We’ve had great performers so far, and all of our performers tell the kids that they learned a lot of their skills by checking out books from the library when they first began learning their craft. …
Today at the “Q” we will have a special event for teens and adults. OKC Improv will be performing at 6 p.m. Improv is short for improvisation, which is usually comedy performed spontaneously by the performers without planning or scripting. OKC Improv is a nonprofit community arts organizatio…
The Town of Fort Gibson and the Fort Gibson Chamber of Commerce want to bring the community together as well as volunteers and first responders on Saturday from 3-7 p.m., to thank them for all of their hard work that continues with cleanup from flooding.
The summer didn’t quite kick off as we had planned. Our plans to provide an inflatable for kids last Tuesday did not work out, but we will try to reschedule that for a later date.
This Week's Circulars
91, Business Owner, passed Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Service is 2:00pm Saturday, November 23, 2019 at First United Methodist Church. Cornerstone Funeral Home 1830 N York St., Muskogee, OK 74403
58, Phlebotomist, passed Thursday, November 14, 2019. Services will be announced at a later date. Cornerstone Funeral Home & Crematory 1830 N York St., Muskogee, OK 74403
Daniel Alvis Gray. Services to be held at 1:00 pm at the First Baptist Church in Haskel, Oklahoma. Burial at the Vaught Cemetary in Webbers Fall, Oklahoma.
98, carpenter, died Friday, November 15, 2019 in Eufaula. Viewing 9AM-4PM November 18, 2019 Garrett Family Funeral Home, Checotah. Service 10AM Tuesday, November 19, 2019 in Garrett's Serenity Chapel, Checotah.
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