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Henryetta WWII vet looks back on Pearl Harbor
His name is Frank Lowry, and he's lived through things most of us will only read about. "I am a 97-year-old Okie. Born and raised," said Lowry. Lowry flew planes during World War II.
Orange Bowl 2018: Latest Odds and Predictions for Alabama vs. Oklahoma
In order to have an opportunity to play for a second straight national championship, Alabama will first have to beat a fellow conference champion. The unbeaten Crimson Tide, who won the SEC championship, will face the Big 12 champions, Oklahoma, in the Orange Bowl on December 29 at 8 p.m. ET. It is
Henryetta Public Schools increases security after possible threat
HENRYETTA, Okla. (KTUL) — Henryetta Public Schools is increasing security on campus Wednesday after a threat was made against the school. The district says they're taking every possible precaution to ensure the safety of their students and employees.
17-Year-Old Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Okmulgee Man
OKMULGEE, Oklahoma - A 17-year-old Okmulgee teen is in jail arrested for manslaughter after police say a man was shot and killed Wednesday night. Okmulgee police found 20-year-old Tristan James with a gunshot wound to the head after responding to a home near N. Mission Road and Glennan Drive. James
'He's a warrior': Oklahoma commit Drew Sanders scores all three Denton Ryan touchdowns in loss to Highland Park
ARLINGTON — Despite a disappointing afternoon for Denton Ryan — which fell to Highland Park for the third-straight year in the state semifinals — a bright spot for the Raiders was the performance of junior linebacker and receiver Drew Sanders, who scored all three Ryan touchdowns.
OSU football: Coach Mike Gundy says most of Oklahoma State's 2019 class should sign on Wednesday
STILLWATER — For the second consecutive December, the Gundycopter is traveling around Oklahoma and Texas. Mike Gundy visited a number of Oklahoma State verbal commits this month. He took the helicopter to see Arygle, Texas, offensive lineman Preston Wilson and Cedar Hill,
Half of Oklahoma counties have no OB/GYNs, delivery hospitals
Oklahoma City — For women in more than half of Oklahoma counties, pregnancy means preparing for at least one long drive, and putting their trust in a doctor they may never have met in person.
Tua Tagovailoa's 'iffy' injury status for Oklahoma questioned
All signs are pointing to Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa getting the start in the Crimson Tide's College Football Playoff semifinal showdown vs. Oklahoma on Dec. 29, but a report earlier this week doubting the Heisman runner-up's actual status has come under intense media fire.
Never wear new boots on long ride
By Bryan Painter Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry — OKMULGEE — One ride plus one full day equaled two lessons learned for Esther Miller. Although Miller grew up on a farm, she learned some valid points of ranch life from husband Dave Miller, rather quickly.
Stillwater Community Center to showcase Oklahoma crops
There are signs of new life at the Stillwater Community Center, thanks to a volunteer organization formed in 2017 to ensure the center remains open to the community and operates affordably and sustainably.
Man Arrested In Pott. Co. Manhunt Is Person Of Interest In Hughes Co. Murder Case
SHAWNEE, Oklahoma - We're learning more tonight about the suspect involved in a two-day manhunt near Shawnee. Ahmad Eli Jacene, 23, is in custody at the Seminole County jail. He is accused of various drug crimes, weapons violations and threatening others in Seminole County.
Muskogee County distillery sees successful whiskey launch
BOYNTON — The clear whiskey sloshing behind an ornate label that says Cane Creek Distillery Muscogee Mash Whiskey represents the culmination of Steve Allen's dream. "I always wanted to open a distillery in Oklahoma," Allen said. "I was in Kentucky last year, and I visited over 34 distilleries. It's
Oklahoma Nearly Tops Nation in Holding Back Early-Grade Students
As a first grader, Tricia Willyard’s son struggled to read. The educators at his school recommended he repeat first grade — something Willyard, herself an educator in a nearby district, at first opposed.
Second Tulsa Double Homicide Suspect Turns Himself In
TULSA, Oklahoma - A second suspect is in custody in the double homicide at Whispering Oaks Apartments. Tulsa Police said Dameon Woods, 34, turned himself in Thursday. Robert Griffin, also charged in the deaths of Tom Lee and Deontre Mason, turned himself in Wednesday.
Okemah now a Purple Heart City
There’s no greater sacrifice for one’s country than to give of him or herself. On October 22, 2018, the Okemah City Council decided to honor those who were wounded or killed in combat by proclaiming Okemah as a Purple Heart City.
Three people killed in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma roads
Three people involved in Thursday wrecks along Oklahoma highways have died, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported. About 2:35 p.m. Thursday, George W. Carlton, 67, of Healdton, was driving a pickup on State Highway 76, just south of Healdton. The pickup and a car driven by Flegel were involved in a c
Driver running from police crashes into Muskogee restaurant
MUSKOGEE, Okla. (KTUL) – The Speedway Grille is now picking up the pieces after a woman drove through their building early Tuesday morning. The owner, Mike Whithrow, said a woman was speeding away from police down West Okmulgee Street, skidded through their parking lot, knocked over one of their pol
A ‘Mvskoke Radio’ Christmas Miracle
OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — A tragedy that struck the Muscogee (Creek) Nation on July 25, 2006 may have saved a life on December 5, 2018. On that summer day, 12 years ago, a MCN employee suffered a heart attack at work and passed away.
Police pursuit ends in Speedway Grille collision
A Tuesday morning police pursuit ended at approximately 5 a.m. when a woman fleeing from police slammed her car into Speedway Grille on West Okmulgee Avenue. Opal Turner, 34, was parked behind a building on East Side Boulevard when she was approached by a Muskogee Police officer, said Public Informa
Muskogee County District Court 12.12.18
Nestor Abner Gonzalez, 30, and Ashley Danielle Rose, 27, both of Helotes, Texas. Brandi S. Thompson vs. Michael D. Thompson, incompatibility. Starbuck Morris vs. Lisa Leann Morris, incompatibility.