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SSPD Arrests, Incidents September 14-20

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TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-22 19:10:00

Prep football: Tonight's area previews

5A-4 Skiatook at No. 7 Tahlequah Kickoff: 7 p.m. Radio: KEOK 102.1FM Records: Tahlequah 3-0, Skiatook 2-1. Last week: Tahlequah 17, Sallisaw 7; Skiatook 38, East Central 6. Last meeting: Tahlequah 22, Skiatook 6 (2016). Series record: Tied, 1-1 Notes: Tahlequah is 3-0 for the second time in the last

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-22 05:03:00

Handbell concert Sunday at St. Paul

World-renowned solo handbell artist Christine Anderson has thrilled audiences in concert halls across the country and around the world with her exceptional and dynamic musicianship and is coming to Muskogee, according to a news release. St. Paul United Methodist Church and First Baptist Church of Mu

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-21 14:00:00

This week in arthouse cinema: Tommy Morrison, "The Warriors" and "Wall Street"

Classic movies, cult movies and specialty documentaries fill a busy week in specialty films on Tulsa's movie screens. NEW AT CIRCLE CINEMA "Tommy": A special preview screening of ESPN's "30 for 30" documentary about Oklahoma boxer Tommy Morrison, including a discussion with the filmmakers, the boxer

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-21 16:15:00

NBA players' trial resumes with testimony of man attacked

PHOENIX (AP) - The aggravated assault trial of NBA players Marcus and Markieff Morris has resumed with the testimony from the man the brothers are accused of beating. Erik Hood testified Tuesday that his relationship with the brothers became strained because of a misinterpreted text message. Hood st

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-19 22:10:23

Funeral services scheduled for NSU students killed Sunday in Cherokee County crash

Funerals for five Oklahoma college students have been scheduled after they died Sunday when the truck they were in plummeted into a creek. Family of those killed in the crash have scheduled funeral services for Thursday through Saturday in their respective hometowns. Visitation for Donovan Zachariah

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-21 11:33:00

Indianola grieves loss of teen killed in car crash

Indianola residents are grieving the loss of one of their own this week. Jessica Swartwout, 18, was among five teens pronounced dead at the scene by medical personnel around 10:40 p.m. Sunday after a 2006 Chevrolet Colorado Pickup veered off a bridge and into a river near Tahlequah, according to an


New Leadership of Sapulpa congregation of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

The Tulsa Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a new Bishopric of the Sapulpa Ward during the faith's regularly held meeting on September 17, 2017. Doran E. Smith, William G. Wood, and Kevin D. Bailey will oversee the Church's Sapulpa Ward, which comprises the communiti

SAPULPATIMES.COM - 2017-09-21 01:36:28

DA files charges in Canadian Shores shooting

Felony charges have been filed in connection with a shooting that occurred early Monday at Canadian Shores in Pittsburg County. Stanley Dean Key, 60, has been charged with felony counts of shooting with intent to kill and with possession of a firearm after a former felony conviction. Key is accused


Mounds police chief says he will stop posting religious messages on department's Facebook page

The Mounds chief of police said Thursday he will stop posting to his agency's Facebook page after receiving criticism for Christian messages he wrote on the site. Instead, future posts will be made on a Facebook page called Mounds Pastoring Devotionals, Chief Antonio Porter announced on the Mounds P

TULSA WORLD - 2017-09-22 00:08:00

Mounds Police Chief Ends Bible Posts On Department's Facebook Page

The Mounds Police Chief has come up with a solution after getting criticized by the ACLU for posting Bible verses on the department's Facebook page. In a Facebook post, Chief Antonio Porter said despite being encouraged by many to continue posting Scripture on the Mounds Police's Facebook page and t

NEWS ON 6 - 2017-09-22 12:52:00

Oktaha schools without running water

Oktaha students have the option of going home early today, due to a water line break. Oktaha Superintendent Jerry Needham said he received news of a water line break at 8:30 a.m. Friday. He said the city was working on a water line, about 16 feet underground. "With parent permission or parent pick-u

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-22 17:17:00

Mounds police chief to stop posting religious messages on department's Facebook page

A police chief in a small Oklahoma town says he will no longer be posting religious messages on the department's Facebook page. Chief Antonio Porter had recently come under fire for his daily posts containing scriptures. The American Civil Liberties Union said the posts were directly advocating Chr

KTUL - 2017-09-22 05:31:02

Former prison employee sentenced for assault

Two counts of first-degree rape against a former prison maintenance administrator for Eddie Warrior Correctional Center in Taft were dismissed and refiled as two lesser counts, according to court records. Edwin Adkins, 57, then pleaded guilty Tuesday to the new charges - two counts of assault with i

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-20 20:40:43

Oktaha students THRIVE on character-building

When Oktaha High students helped assemble furniture at Kids' Space recently, they also were building character. The students are part of Oktaha's THRIVE program, which stresses character development through community service. Oktaha counselor Kari Fulton said THRIVE stands for Tradition, Honor, Resp

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-09-20 00:28:40

Beloved grocer, namesake of Gus's Market, killed in hit-and-run

A 57-year-old grocer who brought a strong sense of community to his markets was killed by a driver in the Bayview Friday morning, leaving his family, staff, and customers to mourn the loss of the man they knew as "Gus." Konstantinos Vardakastanis, known as Gus, was struck by the driver of a silver s

SFGATE - 2017-09-22 19:30:49

Popular SF grocer killed by hit-and-run driver

Well-known San Francisco grocer Konstantinos "Gus" Vardakastanis was killed early Friday when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver while crossing a street in the city's Bayview neighborhood, authorities said. The 57-year-old Vardakastanis, co-owner of Haight Street Market and Noriega Produce, died

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-09-22 17:13:00

Woman, 65, struck in hit-and-run crash

Police are working to identify a driver who struck and injured a 65-year-old woman Tuesday night in South San Francisco. The victim, a San Francisco resident, was crossing the street at the Westborough and Gellert boulevards at 9:28 p.m. when the suspect hit her with a vehicle, described as a late-m

SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-09-22 11:00:00

SF grocer killed in hit-and-run

Police on Friday morning were investigating a hit-and-run crash in the Bayview District that killed a well-known San Francisco grocer. Konstantinos Vardakastanis, 56, of the family that founded Haight-Ashbury Produce in 1981 and later opened Noriega Produce in 1985 and Gus's Market in 2015, died ear

SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER - 2017-09-22 16:14:00

Humanizing cars, sensitizing humans

The rise of robot vehicles will mean reprogramming a longtime relationship The rise of robot vehicles will mean reprogramming a longtime relationship Anthropologist Melissa Cefkin has studied folk dancers in Turkey, salespeople in Spain and Germany, and bus dispatchers in the United States. Her rese

SFCHRONICLE.COM - 2017-09-22 13:00:00