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Historical house destroyed by fire

Muskogee Fire Department officials said the second story of an unoccupied residence at 920 N. Third St. was fully engulfed in flames when they responded to a 1:27 a.m. call Wednesday. The roof of the home collapsed, and the historical structure was destroyed, officials said. The home was among those

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 20:45:08

Muskogee County District Court 11.24.17

Marriage licenses Warren Avery Buckhalton Jr., 34, and Kayla Katrell Price, 30, both of Muskogee. Derek Wayne Robinson, 25, and Sierra Rene Hopper, 23, both of Broken Arrow. Luis Felipe Delgadillo Lopez, 25, and Michelle Stacy Llanas, 23, both of Checotah. Civil suits Jared Jack Johnson vs. Hanover

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 21:15:38

Muskogee County District Court 11.22.17

Marriage license Jason Paul Biggs, 47, and Melissa Ann Merrill, 33, both of Tulsa. Protective order Paul Guinn vs. Scott Baker, et al., Dec. 5. Civil suits State of Oklahoma, ex rel., et al. vs. $1,945 cash, et al. (James Covey), seizure and forfeiture. First United Bank and Trust Company vs. Theres

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-21 23:21:52

At a glance: Muskogee Public Works and Finance committees

During regular meetings Tuesday of the Muskogee Public Works and Finance committees, city councilors took the following action: PUBLIC WORKS Approved Public Works Committee minutes of Nov. 7. Approved Ordinance 4033-A, rezoning property located at 3123 Gibson St. from general commercial to single-

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 00:24:53

Pantry on Peak collects more food than expected to feed Muskogee families for Thanksgiving

MUSKOGEE, Okla. - It's the little pantry that could, a Muskogee business-owner taking a small idea to honor a loved one and turning it into Thanksgiving dinners for dozens of people. The sun may've been going down in Muskogee, but the volunteers were just getting started. Cans of corn perfectly st


Women in Business lunch set Dec. 4

The quarterly Women In Business Luncheon will feature a program on active shooter training presented by the Muskogee Police Department, a news release states. Cost for the lunch is $10, and it is scheduled for 12 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Indian Capital Technology Center, 2403 N. 41st St. E. The lunch is p

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 15:00:00

Garden of Lights features new displays, reindeer

Muskogee's annual holiday gift to visitors from around the globe kicks off Thanksgiving day with some new Garden of Lights enhancements that should bring smiles to the faces of guests. A one night photo opportunity with live reindeer and old fashioned sleigh, a chance for children to write and mail

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 20:58:00

Castle ready for Christmas revelers

Drive through hundreds of puffy, lit-up Santas, reindeer, polar bears and snow people during Castle Christmas. If that doesn't suit your fancy, take a train or hayride to see it all. The Castle of Muskogee offers a choice when it opens its holiday displays at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. The displays wi

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2017-11-22 19:00:00

London Police arrest four in ongoing theft investigation

When London Police Det. Daniel Robinson made a traffic stop for a registration violation, it would eventually end up with the arrest of four individuals. On Saturday, Nov. 11, Robinson pulled over a 2008 silver Chevy Cobalt and discovered that the two individuals in the vehicle, Brandy Radcliffe, 27


Two homes burn in Newport: Damage estimated at over $80,000

Newport and Cocke County firefighters responded to two home fires in Newport Tuesday morning. Newport Battalion Chief Tim Pack said the 2:10 a.m. blaze was in a single-story frame home on Centerview Street. Owned by Tony Helton, the residence was unoccupied and the cause of the blaze is undetermined

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 16:45:00

Newport Fire Department battles early morning fires

NEWPORT-The Newport Fire Department responded to two fires early Tuesday morning that left two homes with serious damage. Firefighters were first dispatched to 568 Centerview St., concerning a structure fire shortly after 2 a.m. According to the report filed by CP Ed Bryant, the home belonged to Ton

NEWPORT PLAIN TALK - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

Walters States recognizes honor students

Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for community college students, has inducted 63 new members at Walters State Community College. From Cocke County students include, Stacy Moore of Newport was honored. From Grainger County students include, Sydney Holcombe of Thorn Hill was honored. H

CITIZEN TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 23:45:00

Greene County Needs A Nolichucky Summer Blast

A few of us want to put together a citizen group to create an annual party on the Nolichucky River. How about joining us? We invite you to help design an annual, spectacular, memorable Nolichucky River Fest party. Rivers across the nation provide communities with a reason to celebrate and have fun.

GREENEVILLE SUN - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

Christmas parades, festivities are just around the corner

Now that Thanksgiving is here, Christmas parades and other festivities are just around the corner. In fact, they will begin almost as soon as the calendar turns to December. Following is a rundown of major Christmas events in various cities, as well as on the Carson-Newman University campus. Baneber

STANDARD BANNER - 2017-11-22 17:30:00

CCHS Auditorium project receives $25,000 Wright Family Foundation grant

A project to raise funds for the renovation and upgrading of the Cocke County High School auditorium received a substantial boost this week through a $25,000 grant from the Wright Family Foundation. Dan Dickens, left, Director of Newport Operations of SI Group, made to presentation to CCHS teacher N

NEWPORT PLAIN TALK - 2017-11-21 16:30:00

CLB gives one-month contract to shelter

NEWPORT- After meeting for nearly two hours Monday evening, the Cocke County Legislative Body agreed to fund the Friends of the Animal Shelter for one month while also appointing Brittany Vick as the new County Attorney. Meeting in regular session on Monday, Nov. 20, CLB members did not have a lengt


Child found alone and reportedly abused

NEWPORT- A DCS referral was made after Newport Police Officers found a 7-year-old boy alone, and suffering from injuries on Saturday, Nov. 18. Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and 8th Street after Det. Jason Ramsey found a 7-year-old boy, wearing only pajama pants, a t-


Attakapas Study Club meets in Jennings

PHOTO SUBMITTED As it does every year, the Attakapas Study Club of Crowley held its November meeting at the Southwest ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news from Acadia Parish, LA. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today! Crowley Post-

CROWLEY POST-SIGNAL - 2017-11-21 22:12:23

Opelousas man arrested for stealing horses, arrested at Evangeline Downs

Baton Rouge, La. -State agencies arrested Deamonte Davon Lee Chatman, of Opelousas, on Nov. 9, 2017 on three counts of livestock theft. Chatman is accused of stealing three horses, according to the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain. The investigation was condu

KLFY.COM - 2017-11-22 21:45:04

Acadia Sheriff: Morse house busted for drugs; parish heroin cases on the rise

(Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office) ACADIA PARISH, La. (KLFY)- One suspect is in custody and detectives are searching for another after a house was searched on Hanks Street in Morse. According to the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit, heroin, crystal meth, drug paraphernalia and cash was

KLFY.COM - 2017-11-22 18:48:48