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County sheriff's office apprehends vandals

A vandalism spree near the county line in Fort Gibson has been stopped thanks to the efforts of the Muskogee County Sheriff's office and the Muskogee County Commissioners' office, said Commissioner Ken Doke."They had hit, our best count, around 50 signs. They also spray painted our new low water bri

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2018-08-15 22:04:10

Public's help needed to identify burglary suspects in Wagoner County

Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating a burglary that took place Tuesday, Aug. 14 at M&M Storage, located at 257th E. Ave. and Admiral Place in Catoosa.

TULSA WORLD - 2018-08-15 21:21:00

Teen accused of killing Broken Arrow teacher faces uncommon competency trial

Green is also accused of 21 other crimes, includingraping an elderly woman and robbery, but before a criminal trial proceeds, a jury will be deciding if he's competent.

KTUL - 2018-08-16 19:30:46

Boom-a-rang Diner adds Bulldog Burger to menu in Wagoner

On Wednesday, Aug. 8, a new Bulldog Burger was introduced that is sure to become a hit with customers. It was chosen by a panel of players from among four entries vying for the coveted title.

TULSA WORLD

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.

KFOR - 2018-08-15 12:30:23

Warehouse Market is closing Aug. 21

Dan Meredith, Vice President of Warehouse Market is announcing that the Warehouse Market’s last day of business in Claremore will be on Tuesday, Aug. 21.

CLAREMORE PROGRESS - 2018-08-16 18:19:00

Muskogee school takes on new identity

Well-wishers cheer as Braden Watson, 5, shows off his Paw Patrol backpack while coming toNew Tech at Cherokee Elementaryon Thursday morning. His mother, Amanda Stricklen, and Cherokee student Noah Nicholson, 11, watch the action.CATHY SPAULDING/Muskogee Phoenix

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2018-08-17 04:45:00

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.

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS - 2018-08-15 07:45:00

HR professionals get tips on SQ 788 impact

Medical marijuana altered the landscape of the workplace in Oklahoma, creating legal land mines human resource professionals will have to navigate in order to sidestep potential liability.State Question 788, which was approved in June by 57 percent of Oklahoma voters, created a new protected class o

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX - 2018-08-16 05:00:00

Broken Arrow sends Back to School message in heartwarming video | Tulsa's 24-Hour News, Weather and Traffic

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. -It’s the first day of class for students in Broken Arrow, and a few other districts, today.

KRMG - 2018-08-16 06:34:00

Police Beat 8-15-18: Shoplifter jailed after fleeing scene

Lt. Dexter Scott said that when he arrived, he saw an employee wave for him to come to the grocery-side door. The employee was talking with a woman, identified as Felicia Dupee, who began running across the parking lot. Police chased the suspect, who refused to stop. After a short foot pursuit, poli

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS - 2018-08-15 07:45:00

Muskogee schools ready for first day of school with new bus route system

“Getting to see their faces is going to be really fun," said Tabatha McReynolds, a bus driver for Muskogee Public Schools.

KJRH.COM - 2018-08-16 03:28:00

School spirit: Who are the biggest Wagoner Bulldog and Coweta Tiger fans?

In just a few short weeks, high school football will kick off in Wagoner County with the wildly anticipated rivalry game between the Class 4A Wagoner Bulldogs and the Class 5A Coweta Tigers.We’re looking to identify the biggest sports fan for each team. Does your blood run red and black for the Bull

TULSA WORLD

Wagoner's Justin Ferrell helps Hooks defeat Drillers in series opener

Keibert Ruiz had two home runs and four RBIs for the Drillers (62-57 overall, 28-21 second half), whose lead in the Texas League’s North Division fell to 2½ games over first-half winner Arkansas with 21 games remaining.

TULSA WORLD

IEP Seminar is Saturday in Wagoner

Wagoner County LAUNCH is a group of parents, caregivers, agency members and individuals in the community who care about kids and the future of local communities.

TULSA WORLD

Broken Arrow police K9 officer dies

Broken Arrow police announced the death of a K9 officer Wednesday.Police said 6-year-old K-9 Havoc died after being diagnosed with a severe condition coming from a cancerous growth.Havoc's handler, Officer Eric Keech made the decision to have Havoc euthanized after noticing the dog could not walk.Ha

KOKI FOX 23 - 2018-08-15 18:43:43

926 in Fort Gibson without power

A storm has knocked out power for some customers in Fort Gibson Tuesday morning, according to the OG&E website.The website's "System Watch" outage report states that as of this writing 926 customers have lost power.OG&E is still assessing the outage and does not have an estimated restore time, the w

MUSKOGEE DAILY PHOENIX

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

KRMG

Photo gallery: Wagoner students head back to school for a new year

It's back to school for Wagoner Public School students, and we asked families to share photos of their kids on the first day of school. Here is a look at the submissions we have received to date. Welcome back for the 2018-2019 school year!

TULSA WORLD

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

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