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NAME: Phyllis Spriggs.
First Nations Development Institute is accepting applications for the sixth year of its First Nations Native Agriculture and Food Systems Scho…
Muskogee residents turned out Tuesday evening at two local parks for National Night Out, an event designed to enhance "the relationship betwee…
Meet Carley Graham
A little over two weeks ago, a group of Tahlequah officials and concerned citizens took a stroll through what has been loosely termed "the Greenbelt." The idea, said Mayor Sue Catron, was to "walk and dream." The first tendrils of the dream starting coming into focus a few years ago, but now, local residents may be able to watch as the dream becomes reality.
Even before the first patent was granted for a metal detector in 1925, people searched for ways to locate metal and ore. While some used the devices to benefit the mining industry or military operations, the handheld devices have led to a hobby for treasure hunters.