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Nowata bringing in regional talent for festival

NOWATA - Fine local and regional musical talent will be presented at the Nowata Country Jubilee Saturday, Oct. 21. The Nowata Country Jubilee is at 116 N. Maple. The Jubilee house band, Classic Country, will provide foot-stomping accompaniment for the evening guest. Singer Will Clark will present an

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS - 2017-10-19 18:25:47

Oologah Woman Dies After Two-Vehicle Wreck

An Oologah woman who was injured in a two-vehicle wreck has died of her injuries, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Lillian Imhoff, 76, passed away October 10, 2017. She was hurt in a crash just outside Oologah on Highway 169 near County Road NS 4090 the afternoon of September 29, according

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-10-18 18:18:00

Oologah woman dies 11 days after U.S. 169 collision in Rogers County

A 76-year-old Oologah woman died in a Tulsa hospital about 11 days after a two-vehicle collision in Rogers County. Lillian Imhoff died Oct. 10 from injuries sustained in a Sept. 29 crash on U.S. 169, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. Imhoff was a passenger in a 1998 Chevrolet Silverado drive

TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-18 16:08:00

BRIEFS: Author talk, book signing on Tuesday

The Chanute Public Library will be hosting an author talk and book signing on Tuesday, October 24 at 6 pm on the second floor of the Depot. She will be discussing how she goes about crafting a mystery as well as ideas on getting a work published. There will be time for questions. Charlotte Hinger is

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-10-20 01:33:00

Owasso Police arrest Skiatook residents on counts of check fraud, drug possession

Three Skiatook residents were arrested in Owasso Wednesday on counts of check fraud at a local bank. Roman Ward Shackelford, 31, was arrested for conspiracy to commit a felony and obtaining money with a bogus check; Miranda Diane Jeffries, 37, for obstruction, possession of a controlled drug and pos

TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-19 15:52:00

Update: One person dies, another critically injured after collision north of Skiatook

One person died and another was flown to a Tulsa hospital in critical condition after a two-vehicle collision Tuesday evening on Oklahoma 11. State authorities have not yet identified the man who died - the driver of a 1994 Acura Legend - in the collision, pending notification of his next of kin, ac

TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-18 13:00:00

'We Are Leaders!' Barnes students bring leadership to life with inspiring musical performance

The principles of leadership are often portrayed through inspirational films, books and speeches, but none more than musicals - at least in Owasso. Fifth-grade students at Barnes Elementary School served up a lot of that inspiration during their musical performance of "We Are Leaders!" in the school


Sperry couple arrested in Owasso after police find drug paraphernalia in their baby supplies

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TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-18 16:22:00

Sperry Students Team Up With Tulsa Co. Deputies To Feed The Hungry

Sperry High School Students are spending their fall break feeding the hungry. Wednesday, about 30 students, plus community volunteers, teamed up with Tulsa County Deputies to hand out bags of groceries to needy families. "We're just out here trying to do a good thing for the community, give back to

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-10-18 23:58:00

Ginger Williamson named City of Owasso's Employee of the Quarter

This week, the City of Owasso named Ginger Williamson the Employee of the Quarter. "It's a phenomenal recognition," she said. "Out of all the employees here at the City, it really is an honor." Williamson, administrative assistant for the Support Services Department, carries out a variety of respons

TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-19 21:20:00

Owasso Garden Club names October Yard of the Month

The Owasso Garden Club has awarded the October Yard of the Month to Bob and Sheryl Duffy. Their home is located at 9316 N. 103rd E. Ave. in the Fairways Addition near Bailey Ranch Golf Course, where they have lived for over 17 years. The couple's unique sense of style and beautification garnered the

TULSA WORLD - 2017-10-19 17:09:00

Snapshots: Pictures from all around Owasso (10/18)

Owasso 7th Grade Center staff members had fun running in the Hance Henrie Run Saturday for Owasso First United Methodist Church's Pumpkin Patch for Mission. Courtesy photo The Owasso Community Theatre hosted is performance of "The (Almost) True Story of Hansel & Gretel" Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 12-14


Owasso Police investigating recent string of vehicle burglaries in area neighborhoods

On Friday night, between 9:30 and 11 p.m., Owasso Police officers were dispatched to several vehicle burglaries reported in residential areas near E. 86th St. N. and N. Main St. Witnesses reported seeing a suspect, who ran away upon being confronted by the victims, described as a white male with sho


Smiley: On a matter of priorities

With the historic LSU-Ole Miss football came coming up, Bill Haynie, of Slidell, tells "my dad's favorite LSU football story: "My dad, Larry Haynie, left Marksville for the Ole Miss game in Baton Rouge in 1959 with a friend. During the game he had to visit the stadium rest room. "He said later, 'I h

THEADVOCATE.COM - 2017-10-19 16:01:00

Editorial: Why such a low voter turnout?

What can a small voter turnout say about the current sentiment on an election and the issues on the ballot? It's hard to speculate. But in the case of the Oct. 14 primary election in Livingston Parish, inaction spoke louder than words. A 12 percent turnout is, to say the least, embarrassing. Differe

LIVINGSTON PARISH NEWS - 2017-10-20 05:00:00

Mighty Moms seeking more volunteers to help with Feeding Young Minds, barrel collecting and fundraising

LIVINGSTON -- Middle-schoolers walked inside the library, grabbed their free snack and started to read. And if Dawn Birdsong, director of Mighty Moms, has her way, kids will be doing all three of those things at other libraries in the near future. She just needs a little help. Mighty Moms, a non-pro

LIVINGSTON PARISH NEWS - 2017-10-19 17:15:00

Ponchatoula doctor accused of sexual battery involving patient

A Ponchatoula family physician was booked with three counts of sexual battery after a patient complained about inappropriate behavior by the doctor. Dr. Gregory Allen was released on bond Monday (Oct. 16) from the Tangipahoa Parish jail, the state Attorney General's Office reported. Allen's arrest s


2 killed in early morning I-55 crash near Ponchatoula

Two people were killed in an early-morning traffic accident Wednesday (Oct. 18) on Interstate 55 near Ponchatoula. Earl J. Daigle, 78, and Ana Nimon, 73, both of Schriever in Terrebonne Parish, died after their vehicle was struck from behind, causing it to overturn, Louisiana State Police reported.

NOLA.COM - 2017-10-18 20:03:17

Police identify victims of fatal car crash Wednesday morning on I-12 near Juban Road

DENHAM SPRINGS - Two Tangipahoa Parish men died in a car crash Wednesday morning, on Interstate 12 according to the Denham Springs Police Department. The crash occurred on the westbound artery near the Juban Road exit, according to Denham Springs Police Chief Shannon Womack. DSPD identified Wesley P

LIVINGSTON PARISH NEWS - 2017-10-18 12:57:00

Two killed in rear-end crash on I-55 near Ponchatoula

Two people were killed when their Ford Explorer SUV was struck from behind early Wednesday on Interstate 55 south of Ponchatoula and overturned, State Police said. Early Daigle, 73, and Anna Nimon, 73, both of Schriever, died of injuries sustained in the 6:40 a.m. crash, State Police said in a news

THEADVOCATE.COM - 2017-10-18 20:44:00