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Wagoner voters approve sales tax increase

The citizens of Wagoner were not exactly asked "A penny for your thoughts," but did approve a one-cent sales tax increase for the City of Wagoner during a special election on Tuesday, Nov. 14. The increase was part of Proposition 2 that the voters approved 271-234, according to the State Election Bo

TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-22 12:00:00

Wagoner's Switchmas Talent Show set for Dec. 3

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TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-22 14:00:00

Hurts Donuts makes stop in Wagoner

The Hurts Donut Company of Tulsa made a food truck run to Wagoner on Thursday, Nov. 16 and set up shop at Semore Park. The gourmet donut outfit sold boxes with a dozen various kinds of donuts. "We got here at noon and will stay until we sell out," one employee said. The cake donuts were a big hit at

TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-22 12:30:00

Wagoner Elks honor veterans, spouses

Members of Wagoner Elks Lodge No. 2838 were pleased to serve 80 country breakfast meals to visiting servicemen and women and their spouses Saturday, Nov. 11 during their annual Veterans Day Breakfast. Among the guests of honor were members of the Combat Motorcycle Veterans group. Organizers say with

TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-21 14:00:00

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

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

Man, lost dog reunited after three years

Pictured is Mark Jardine and his dog, Pistol Pete, at the Pittsburg County Animal Shelter. Jardine and Pete were reunited after three years due to the help of a microchip.Submitted photo The Pittsburg County Animal Shelter recently reunited a long-lost dog with its owner after three years of separat

MCALESTER NEWS-CAPITAL & DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 12:30:00

Community Thanksgiving Meal offered in Oak Hill

OAK HILL - Each year a dedicated group of volunteers from all walks of life gathers together in the holiday spirit of giving thanks for their blessings and sharing those blessings with others. The Community Thanksgiving Meal, which started out as a small affair in the basement of Oak Hill's St. Andr

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-22 17:39:43

Family and food resonate in residents' Thanksgiving Day memories

As turkeys roast and the spicy aroma of pumpkin pie warms the air, thousands in the region will sip coffee and watch the broadcast of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade today they prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. Turkey and football, Black Friday planning and tryptophan-

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:01:00

When giving thanks today, remember Mac's Toy Fund

Many of us will sit down to a dinner table groaning with platters of turkey, stuffing, and other favorite holiday fixings. We will give thanks for our many blessings before digging in, eating till we're stuffed, then crashing by the TV for a post dinner nap. But for hundreds of our neighbors, Thanks

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Woman found inside vehicle in Coal River

Coal River Fire Department officials stumbled upon a vehicle with a woman inside of it in Coal River Tuesday evening, Raleigh County emergency dispatchers confirmed. Dispatchers said a call was never received about the incident; crews came upon it near Hilltop Court in Dameron around 6:10 p.m., bef

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-21 23:30:00

Cell phone activity suggests missing teen may be in Princeton

PRINCETON - Cell phone activity has indicated that a missing South Charleston juvenile could be in the Princeton area of Mercer County. Brooke Naomi Mallory of South Charleston was last seen Nov.10, according to Sgt. B.D. Humphreys of the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department. Her family hasn't heard

BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-21 19:11:00

HFT to host auditions for spring show

Historic Fayette Theater will hold auditions for its spring musical, "The Lady Pirates of Captain Bree," Saturday, November 25 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. and Monday, November 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. There are 23 roles to be filled by both men and women ranging from high school age to adult. One main role fo

REGISTER-HERALD

Man arrested after setting house on fire

A Raleigh County man was arrested Monday on multiple charges after his Lanark home burned. Bradley-Prosperity Assistant Fire Chief Bobby Palmer told The Register-Herald the incident stemmed from a quarrel between Ronald Morton Jr. and his wife. Palmer alleged that Morton intentionally set the home

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-22 07:00:00

Crusaders' Hill named first-team all-state

PARKERSBURG - Senior setter Katie Frazier helped Wirt County to its second state volleyball title in the past three seasons and for her efforts the Tiger was named captain of the Class A all-state first-team by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. Wirt County, which garnered its 11th overal

REGISTER-HERALD

Clemson Wine Bar coming to Patrick Square in early 2018

Dan Singletary and his wife, Theresa, have tossed around the idea of opening a wine bar for years. They lived in Houston for almost a decade, but it never felt right to put down permanent roots. "We came so close to opening a business there, but we just never really felt like Houston was home," Ther

ANDERSON INDEPENDENT-MAIL - 2017-11-22 19:27:34

WATCH as the Clemson Tiger parachutes into Death Valley

Jump was part of halftime presentation on Military Appreciation Day Updated: 10:19 AM EST Nov 22, 2017 What's better than watching the Clemson Tiger parachute into Death Valley on Military Appreciation Day? Watching the jump from the point of view of the Tiger, of course. The jump was part of the

WYFF4.COM - 2017-11-22 15:19:00

Pine Street student surprised with tickets to USC-Clemson game

A Pine Street Elementary student is set to head to the state's biggest football game for free. Ty'Kerian Walker, a 10-year-old Pine Street Elementary School student, was surprised by the Clemson Tiger mascot during a school assembly Tuesday afternoon. Ty'Kerian is one of two students across the sta

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 02:13:53

Why I'm Thankful: Clemson student survived accident with help of Clemson football staff

On Oct. 3, Clary Miles was in a car accident that left him with a broken pelvis, among other injuries, and was rescued from his wrecked vehicle by members of the Clemson University Football Team. Miles, a 19-year-old freshman at Clemson University, is thankful this year for his health and for the s

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-21 14:01:22