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Lake Eufaula, Kerr Reservoir fishing report
Blue Catfish:Action is excellent on cut bait, live bait, live shad, shad and worms below the dam, at the dam and river mouth.
Wilburton man charged with embezzlement
A Wilburton man is facing five years imprisonment after being caught ringing up overstock products as returns and keeping the money, court documents state.Roy Edward Harrelson Jr., 45, of Wilburton, was charged July 30 with felony embezzlement, according to court documents filed by the office of Dis
Silver alert issued for man who was last seen at Muskogee restaurant
Berryhill was last seen at the Boomerang, located on Hilbert and York St. in Muskogee, around 4 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon.
Murder charges filed against suspects in deadly shooting at Okla. grocery store
According to officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, 36-year-old Johnathan Merriman was shot and killed during a drive-by shooting outside Pruett's Food grocery store, near the intersection of East Highway and North Oliphant streets in Holdenville.
HS SOFTBALL: Four locals to take part in Oktaha Tournament
COREY STOLZENBACH | Staff File PhotoHartshorne is one of four local teams, along with McAlester, Wilburton and Red Oak, scheduled to compete in the Oktaha fast-pitch tournament Thursday and Friday.
Litter continues to be problem in city limits
At one time, Tahlequah was known for its pristine waters and green landscapes. But today, as more reports of littering and the ensuing environmental damages emerge, city officials continue to urge residents to properly dispose of their refuse.
Sheriff's Beat 8-15-18: Deputies take juvenile sexual assault report
According to reports, the parents told Undersheriff Jason Chennault they believed the grandfather, who lives in Cherokee County, sexually assaulted their 15-year-old daughter repeatedly for several years. They also believe the suspect has assaulted another family member.
Your Take: What did you do on your summer vacation?
"Camping at Sequoyah Bay, doing a little boat riding at Lake Tenkiller and tubing. There's always a lot to do around here with the lakes and stuff."
Silver alert issued for Hughes County man
Law enforcement officials issued a silver alert for a Hughes County man late Sunday.The Hughes County Sheriff’s Office and Oklahoma Highway Patrol issued a silver alert for Thomas Clinton, 70, of Dustin, as his family has not heard from him in several days, according to an OHP report.
Back To School: Muskogee police beef up patrols in school zones
The Muskogee Police Department announced it would increase patrols in school zones for the start of the school year.Officers will be dedicated to school zones starting Thursday, August 16.These officers will be focused on enforcing school zone speed limits, and making sure drivers stop for buses.The
Community celebrates local man's birthday
A surprise birthday bash caught Verlin Crigger by surprise as friends celebrated his 50th birthday Monday.Crigger covered his face and shrieked with joy as he entered Arrowhead Mall food court and saw long tables spread with cupcakes, cookies, cards and presents. He covered his face again upon seein
Lawn care worker arrested for failing to register as sex offender | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic
COWETA, Okla. -The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office is focusing on busting sex offenders who fail to register.Wagoner County deputies say they recently discovered that Raymond Bryant was registering at his parent’s home near Coweta, but had not lived there in years.Investigators learned that Bryant h
Mother-of-three with terminal cancer marries her partner in an emotional ceremony - and says she feels 'beautiful again' for the first time since her diagnosis
© Provided by Associated Newspapers LimitedTracy Swinferd, 47, from Bixby, Oklahoma, married partner Martin, 48, (pictured on their wedding day) in a romantic ceremony this summer after being diagnosed with terminal cancerA terminally ill mother-of-three with stage four breast cancer has married her
Bacone students head back to class after suspended operations
Bacone College freshmen Dillion Hunter, left, and Andrew Adams, load new mattresses onto a trailer Monday morning. Students began moving into Bacone dormitories on Sunday.CATHY SPAULDING/Muskogee Phoenix
Ribbon cutting set for Fort Gibson's new water plant
Fort Gibson Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting for the new water plant at 10 a.m. Tuesday at 900 N. Lee St.The new plant doubles the water capacity of the old plant, from 2 million to 4 million gallons per day. It also features new technology.The $8 million plant was funded by a loan fro
Tribe deploys diabetes prevention programs
For as long as anyone can remember, diabetes has proved to be a major health issue for Native Americans — it continues to be today.Muscogee (Creek) Nation health officials, however, are trying to get ahead of the disease by deploying prevention programs. For example, they conducted a camp in mid-Jul
Fort Gibson water plant celebration planned
Fort Gibson Chamber of Commerce will play host to a ribbon cutting for the new water plant at 10 a.m. Tuesday at 900 N. Lee St.The new plant doubles the water capacity of the old plant, from 2 million to 4 million gallons a day. It also features new treatment technology.The $8 million plant was fina
Sex offender arrested for using wrong address
On Aug. 8, investigators called him and asked to meet them at QuikTrip in Coweta to provide a quote on lawn mowing job. When he arrived, he was taken into custody for his outstanding warrant without incident. Bryant was transported to the Wagoner County Detention Center and was booked on a $10,000 b
Three cities vying to be new home of state veterans center
City officials from Muskogee, Sallisaw and Poteau toured a veterans center in Lawton on Wednesday, according to a sign-in sheet obtained by The Oklahoman. The goal was to view the sort of facility that may be built in their town.
Restaurant owner calls for city incentive program to end
Kenny Greer checks up on his customer’s service at Mahylon’s. He laughs and catches up with old customers and friends, such as Sheriff Rob Frazier, right.ABIGAIL HALL/ Muskogee Phoenix