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Sequoyah High School graduate Katelyn Morton received a $2,500 award in honor of Native conductor Timothy Long.

Haskell High School senior Colby Erickson recently was awarded one of nine $1,000 college scholarships presented by the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers committee.

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Three Muskogee County educators are finalists in the Professional Oklahoma Educators Foundation Excellence in Education Awards.

Northeastern State University officials want to help individuals who started but may not have finished getting a college degree.

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Northeastern State University set its commencement ceremonies for May.

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Muskogee High School students shared several concerns about proposed legislation that, if passed, requires students to pass the United States naturalization test in order to graduate.

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Porter Consolidated High School seniors Hailee Fletcher and Brooklyn Spencer have completed a week of service as pages for Sen. Kim David, R-Porter. Fletcher and Spencer served during the ninth week of session from March 29-April 1.

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A proposed 29-acre park redevelopment in southern Muskogee could attract cyclists and youngsters seeking adventure, officials say.

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Participants in the Indian Capital Technology Center Supervisory Academy completed their training on March 24. Topics covered include a Personality Assessment, Essentials of Supervisor, Communication Strategies, Delegating, Conflict Resolution, Stress Management, and the HRs of Supervision. …

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Patrick Curley of Wagoner was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Curley was initiated at Texas Tech University.

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Two Rougher basketball players stood at Indian Bowl's 50-yard line as they were crowned 2021 Spring Homecoming Queen and King on Thursday night.

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Alisha Phelps and Tamera Belvin are vying for Office 1 on the Wagoner Board of Education election on April 6. They answered the following questions about their qualifications and the issues.

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Seven grants were approved by the City of Muskogee Foundation during its Board of Directors meeting on Monday.

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Incumbent Keys School Board member Rick Patrick faces a challenge for Office 1 from Cara Schaus in the April 6 election. They answered the following questions about their candidacy.

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A month-long, all-day summer school could help Hilldale students recover learning or credits lost because of COVID-19, officials said.

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Eighth-graders will be added to the Freshman Academy at Alice Robertson, the Muskogee Board of Education agreed on Tuesday.

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Young spellers from across Eastern Oklahoma are preparing to return to Muskogee after the COVID-19 pandemic kept them away in 2020.

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The Commission for Rehabilitation Services launched the 26th People with Disabilities Awareness Day with an awards ceremony honoring Ben Middleton of Oklahoma City.

Hilldale Public Schools will be conducting a pre-school screening for children ages 3 and 4. The test is designed to determine the developmental readiness of pre-school children and will help parents determine the needs of their children before entering school. Hilldale will also conduct a k…

Hilldale Public Schools will be conducting a pre-school screening for children ages 3 and 4. The test is designed to determine the developmental readiness of pre-school children and will help parents determine the needs of their children before entering school. Hilldale will also conduct a k…

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Checotah sisters Shayla and Carly Dismukes of Checotah spent a full day Thursday preparing their cattle for Friday's Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show. 

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