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Fourth of July events | Lifestyles  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Events. CHECOTAH INDEPENDENCE DAY ACTIVITIES, July 4, Checotah Sports Complex, 989 N. Broadway. Information: (918) 473-2070. Activities will be all ...

Fort Gibson principals reminisce before retirement  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Retiring Fort Gibson principals Gary Sparks and Sherry Rybolt face a future with free evenings and slow mornings.

Flood victims get relief from Fort Gibson community  Tahlequah Daily Press

Not only are communities banding together after the recent severe flooding, but the entire region of northeastern Oklahoma appears to be ready to help out.

REACH FOR THE STARS: Seeking aid beneficial to students  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

My time at Fort Gibson High School was pleasant as much as it was challenging. In my four years of being a student, not only have I learned volumes of.

20 Years Later: Fort Gibson schools much safer after shooting  2 Works For You -

The Fort Gibson School District reflects on the school shooting that rocked their small town nearly 20 years ago and talks about the security improvements since ...

Fort Gibson scholars prepare for future  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Fort Gibson High School Red Scholars, from left, Connor Landers and Blake Faulkner visit with White Scholars, Gracie Bradham, center and Larry Crooks during ...

Resources available for Fort Gibson flooding victims  KTUL

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) – Fort Gibson police say an emergency resource center has been set up in the Fort Gibson High School "Old Gym. ”They're accepting ...

Fort Gibson homecoming queen aspires to be a chef  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — All school homecoming queen Tiffany Wilson had twice as many reasons to smile at Friday's coronation ceremony.

Flooding continues widespread impact | News  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

When the Arkansas River crested its banks May 22 and rose to over 46 feet in the days following, John Shackelford ended up with not one but two drenched ...

First day of school busy at Fort Gibson  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — High school senior Simone Daniels kept busy her first few hours of her first day back to school Friday.

Robotics team travels to competitions  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Fort Gibson High School's robotics team, Hostile Gato Robotics team 4005, recently competed in the FIRST robotics Palmetto regional competition in Myrtle ...

Robotics team touts success  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

An elevator-type robot helped Fort Gibson's Hostile Gato Robotics team rise to the top of FIRST Robotics competitions this year.

Gallery: Wednesday flood photos from around the area  Tulsa World

Sarah Buckingham moves her motorcycle to higher ground at Cherry Hill Park at West 48th Street South and South Elwood Ave. Wednesday, May 29, 2019.

OKLAHOMA FLOODING: Catastrophic Flooding In Muskogee County  KOKI FOX 23

State and Muskogee County emergency officials are monitoring impacts of Arkansas River flooding. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt called the Muskogee ...

All Roadways Into Braggs Cut Off By Flood Water  News On 6

The towns near where the Arkansas River and the Verdigris River converge in Muskogee county are being inundated with water and some towns, like Braggs, ...

Resources for veterans impacted by flooding | Local News  Mcalester News Capital

National Call Center for Homeless Veterans. Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness can call National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at ...

Fort Gibson High School 2016 Honor Rolls | News  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Superintendent's Honor Roll (4.0 or higher for all three trimesters)

Life goes on in Braggs, despite flooding on all roads leading in and out; boats, trains ferry in supplies  Tulsa World

Amid catastrophic flooding and high anxiety, a town cut off by flood water has developed humor and routine.

Muskogee, Fort Gibson schools remain closed for walkout  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Muskogee Public Schools will cancel Tuesday classes and activities as a statewide teacher walkout continues into a second day.

Okie from Muskogee: Hall loves job, ranch life  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Brooke Hall has always found ways to stay active, whether with her family or her job.

Resources available for veterans, other storm victims | News  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Resources for Veterans Impacted by Flooding. National Call Center for Homeless Veterans. Veterans who are homeless or at risk of homelessness can call ...

Survivors recount experiences; emergency responders continue efforts  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

We weren't able to pack that much: We lost everything — it was devastating.”

Director brings Oklahoma Baptist Symphony to Fort Gibson  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Oklahoma Baptist Symphony consists of volunteer musicians from across Oklahoma. The symphony will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday at Fort Gibson High School ...

Regalia restrictions vary between districts  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Muskogee High School senior Mi'chelle LuGrand said she looked forward to wearing her National Technical Honor Society cord and tassel to graduation.

Fort Gibson graduates 157 students  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — Black graduation robes showed more color Friday as Red and White Scholars joined Fort Gibson High School's Class of 2017.

Severe weather live blog May 29

Tracking the latest in storm and flooding developments on May 29 across Green Country.

Fort Gibson High School presents "The Phantom of the Opera"  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — A high school auditorium becomes an opera house with a secret when Fort Gibson High School presents “The Phantom of the Opera.”

Special Olympics queen named Fort Gibson all-school queen  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — Caitlin Van Zyl wore a special silvery whistle when she was crowned Fort Gibson all-school queen Friday night.

Local, area students use skills at Math and Engineering Competition  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Alice Robertson Junior High students Tucker Perkins and Jace Speir teamed up to build a paper tower.

Fort Gibson to honor two alumni at scholars banquet  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Outstanding Fort Gibson High School graduates are set to inspire top FGHS seniors tonight.

Sand Springs Man Turns To FEMA After Flood Leaves Home Unlivable  News On 6

With few options and a long recovery ahead of him, the Sand Springs man is turning to FEMA for help.

Nominees Announced For THE DISCOVERY AWARDS At The Tulsa PAC  Broadway World

The nominees have been announced for the inaugural year of The Discovery Awards, presented by Celebrity Attractions in partnership with the Tulsa ...

Schools Across Oklahoma Offer Support After Beggs Tragedy  News On 6

Dozens of school districts from across the state are reaching out to the Beggs community, offering whatever resources they can to help students get through the ...

1 Dead, Three Injured In Muskogee County Crash  News On 6

Officials say one person is dead and three are injured after a crash in Muskogee County Friday afternoon.

Community program boosts school's swim team  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Chilly winter weather doesn't keep Matt Wheaton from swimming a few laps at the Fort Gibson school pool.

Parade float reaps negative feedback  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

A float in the Fort Gibson homecoming parade depicting Native Americans dressed in costumes inside what appeared to be a jail was drawing negative ...

Elderly Man Killed, 2 Children Hurt In Muskogee County Crash  News On 6

Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash near Warner in Muskogee County.

Blessing Box serves Fort Gibson community  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

A Fort Gibson man says churches can help people round the clock with serve-yourself food and staple pantries.

Graduates return to Fort Gibson schools as staff members  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Several new Fort Gibson Schools staff members may seem familiar to people returning to class on Thursday.

Tulsa Police Investigating Armed Robbery  News On 6

Fort Gibson will be closing their FEMA disaster months after Oklahoma's recent flooding, July 13. At Fort Gibson High School FEMA, the Small Business ...

Students represent LREC area at Leadership Summit | News  Tahlequah Daily Press

OKLAHOMA CITY - Thirty students, representing Oklahoma's Electric Cooperatives, attended the 2019 Oklahoma's Electric Cooperatives Leadership Summit on ...

O'Daniel pages at House | Lifestyles  Tahlequah Daily Press

Siera Christine O'Daniel, from Tahlequah, served as a page for State Rep. Matt Meredith during the first week of the new legislative session, Feb. 4-7.

Fort Gibson recognizes honor society students  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Fort Gibson High School's National Honor Society (NHS) has been giving scholarships since 1988. The seven winners of a $500 Fort Gibson NHS Scholarship ...

Sand Springs Woman Dies After Losing Control Of Car In Storm  News On 6

A Sand Springs woman was killed Saturday morning just east of town, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

Oklahoma Teacher Charged With Sex Crimes, Including Rape Against A Minor  News On 6

A former state trooper and current Sweetwater teacher is accused of having sex with two high school students.

River Spirit Casino To Remain Closed Through June  News On 6

River Spirit Casino Resort Chief Executive Officer Pat Crofts estimates the resort will remain closed through the month of June.

Police Identify Victim In Tulsa's 13th Homicide  News On 6

Police are working to find out what led up to a man's death over the weekend after they found his body in a vehicle outside of the Walmart near 31st and Garnett.

Fort Gibson falls to Pryor in battle of Tigers  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

FORT GIBSON — Call it a case of overconfidence for the Fort Gibson wrestlers.

Thursday Mid-Morning Forecast With Alan Crone  News On 6

An Oklahoma small business is awarded a prestigious grant from NASA. Infinite Composites Technologies is using the money to test pressure vessels used to ...

UPDATE: Semi Hauling Cattle Crashes On 412 In Pawnee County  News On 6

Crews are on the scene of an overturned cattle truck on westbound 412 near Old Keystone Road in Pawnee County.

'Cage The Indians' Homecoming Float Prompts Oklahoma Student To Speak Out  News On 6

An Oklahoma student is speaking out about a Fort Gibson High School homecoming parade float she says was deeply offensive to Native Americans.

Quick 5: District judge candidates weigh in on issues  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Bret Smith and James Walters, candidates for district judge for District 15, Office 2, answer five questions in advance of the Nov. 6 General Election.

Town Of Kiefer Expanding Police Department  News On 6

As Tulsa continues to grow, surrounding cities and towns are seeing the impact. The Town of Kiefer, which is 15 minutes southwest of Tulsa in Creek County, ...

First Case Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Tulsa County  News On 6

The first human cases of West Nile have been reported in Oklahoma this year. Health officials want folks take precautions - especially with all the recent flood ...

FG rallies around school's mascot, who is battling cancer  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

The Fort Gibson High School community is donning purple T-shirts and sporting other purple items in a show of support for Jaren Shelton, a senior who wears ...

Severe weather live blog May 28

Tracking the latest in storm and flooding developments on May 28 across Green Country.

Extended Forecast For Tuesday With Travis Meyer And Stacia Knight  News On 6

Extended Forecast For Tuesday With Travis Meyer And Stacia Knight.

Fort Gibson announces National Honor Society students  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Fort Gibson High School's National Honor Society has been giving scholarships since 1988. The two winners of a $500 Fort Gibson NHS Scholarship are Krista ...

Oklahoma Family Opening Two Marijuana Dispensaries  News On 6

It's been six months since voters passed medical marijuana and now parents who spent years fighting for change for their family is getting ready to help other ...

New mayor ready to take reins  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

New Fort Gibson Mayor Myra Cookson hopes to see more business — and more revenue — come to town.

Ford Recalls 1.3 Million Explorer SUVs And F-150 Pickups  News On 6

Ford is recalling over 1.3 million vehicles mainly in North America to fix rear suspension and transmission control software problems.

Severe Weather Costs Mayfest Artists Thousands Of Dollars  News On 6

It was a busy third day of Tulsa's Mayfest after severe storms in Green Country canceled a good part of the festival Saturday. Organizers said the cancellation ...

Displaced Pets Moving Out Of Tulsa Expo Square  News On 6

Historic flooding across Green Country not only displaced families but also their pets. The City of Tulsa set up an emergency shelter at the Tulsa Fairgrounds to ...

Fire Contained At Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris  News On 6

The iconic spire at the top of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has collapsed after a major fire broke out Monday.

TPD: Man Arrested After Being Seen Openly Carrying Firearm Too Soon  News On 6

The Tulsa Police Department report that a man has been arrested after he was seen openly carrying a gun in public. Officers say they regrettably informed him ...

Tulsa County Levees Still At Risk Of Flooding, Officials Say  News On 6

The floodwaters are starting to drop along the Arkansas River but Tulsa County leaders say a levee breach is still not out of the question.

OHP: Repeat DUI Offender Critically Injures Owasso Woman In Crash  News On 6

Debbi Scott and her daughter were headed home Saturday afternoon after a day of shopping when OHP says a drunk driver swerved into their lane.

Oklahoma Sailor Killed In Pearl Harbor Attack Finally Laid To Rest  News On 6

FORT GIBSON, Oklahoma - A World War II veteran from Coweta is buried at home nearly 80 years after he died. Family along with more than 100 people ...

District 15 judicial candidates to speak to Republican Women | Lifestyles  Tahlequah Daily Press

Guest speakers at 11 a.m. will be Bret Smith and James Walters, candidates for Judicial District 15, Office 4, which serves Muskogee, Cherokee, Wagoner, Adair, ...

41 Oklahoma high schools make second, third tiers in U.S. News and World Report's rankings  Tulsa World

Several Tulsa-area high schools were among the 41 Oklahoma high schools to make it into the second and third tiers of U.S. News and World Report's annual ...

Bringing it home, Wrights open Tigers Den | Fort Gibson  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

By Dale Ann Deffer. Times Correspondent. New business owners, Amber and Kenyatta Wright of the Tigers Den epitomize the All-American love story. Amber ...

Contest To Determine Funniest Super Bowl Commercials Of All Time  News On 6

We're going to find out in the 2019 edition of Super Bowl Greatest Commercials, with this year's edition pitting ten of the funniest ads in history against one ...

G.T. Bynum: Please Stay Out Of Tulsa River Parks, Levee Areas  News On 6

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum said people trying to see the flooding on Riverside and in the levee areas are putting themselves - and first responders - at risk.

Tulsa Uber Driver Wounded After Shooting Involving His Passengers  News On 6

Tulsa Police say the driver picked up his riders at a motel near 41st and Memorial around midnight. As he started to leave, police say several guys jumped in the ...

'Book Of Mormon' Musical Star Stops By 6 In The Morning  News On 6

The "Book of Mormon" opened on Tuesday, January 8th at Tulsa's Performing Arts Center and Wednesday, one of its stars, Jacques C. Smith stopped by 6 In ...

Their home flooded waist-deep, one Muskogee family is 'just doing what we can to help'  Tulsa World

Because they have nowhere else to go, John Tanner volunteers at the Helping Hands center, “just doing what we can to help,” Jennifer Tanner said. The family ...

Oklahoma Eye Care Professionals Push For 'No' Vote On SQ # 793  News On 6

The Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians is in the middle of their Fall Conference and this organization, that's been around since before statehood, ...

Echoes of 'Sound'  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Seventh-grader Chiara Miller has extra motivation to play Louisa in the Fort Gibson Tiger Theatre production of “The Sound of Music.”

Woman Crashes SUV On Walking Trail At Tulsa's Gathering Place  News On 6

A Gathering Place security feature around the park was tested early Friday morning when a woman crashed her SUV into a steel bollard, which is like a post ...

Tackling his beliefs: Faith never fails for former NFL champion  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Football has been the focus of Kenyatta Wright's life since he was a linebacker with the Vian High School Wolverines, but today he is making tackles on a ...

GED classes available in Muskogee, FG | Local News  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Free self-paced GED classes are now available in Muskogee and Fort Gibson. No registration is necessary.

Student engineering competition showcases innovation  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

There is more than one way to fling a pingpong ball.

WEB EXTRA: Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum Talks About Tulsa's First '918 Day'  News On 6

Tuesday is Tulsa's first "918 Day," which is designed to help celebrate diversity and growth throughout the city. In order to celebrate the day,

18 Oklahoma high schools rank nationally in U.S. News and World Report for 2018  Tulsa World

Tulsa's Booker T. Washington High School is back on the list after receiving no ranking last year.

Georgia-Pacific Foundation awards local scholarships  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

Two children of employees at the Georgia-Pacific Muskogee Mill were selected to receive Georgia-Pacific Foundation Employees' Children Scholarships this ...

Wood tells sculptor what it wants to become  Tahlequah Daily Press

Sculpting for fun turned into a profession for Ben Sparks, master sculptor and owner of Bornagain Chainsaw Sculpting and Gallery in Fort Gibson.

Bill Haisten: Watching from upstairs, former OU great Teddy Lehman sees every flaw  Tulsa World

OU's defensive problems must be a shock to the sensibilities of Teddy Lehman, a former two-time Sooner All-American linebacker.

Interactive: Letter Grades for Every School  Oklahoma Watch

An interactive table allows you to compare your school's grade with those of others in your district, city or elsewhere. Education leaders and teachers decry the ...

Student Suspensions, by School and Race  Oklahoma Watch

Use this table to compare suspension rates by school and race across Oklahoma for the 2011-2012 school year. Columns on the left show enrollment and those ...

Way back when: Today in history in 1999 - Deadly tornadoes strike Moore, Midwest City, OKCado damage  Tulsa World

More than 60 tornadoes struck central Oklahoma during an unprecedented outbreak of storms.

OU's Rocky Calmus, Teddy Lehman among Big 12's top linebackers of all-time  Tulsa World

Both players played at Oklahoma high schools; Calmus at Jenks, and Lehman at Fort Gibson.

Arkansas River begins to recede as officials slowly reduce outflow from Keystone Dam  Tulsa World

The lower water release from the dam is expected to bring down the levels in the Arkansas River.River Spirit Resort estimates it will remain closed through ...

Former OSU star Kenyatta Wright to speak at FCA event  Tulsa World

Former NFL and Oklahoma State linebacker Kenyatta Wright will be the guest speaker at the annual FCA Coaches Kick-off Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at ...

Patrons cheer opening of Ulta Beauty store  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

The Ulta Beauty retail chain opens a store and salon in Three Rivers Plaza, pleasing customers who want high-quality makeup. “Everyone wants to feel pretty," ...

Man who died in GP accident identified | Archives  Muskogee Daily Phoenix

A Muskogee man who died at Georgia-Pacific on Wednesday was described as a “terrific guy,” said former co-workers.

Tate's Aggie Classic returns with biggest field yet  Pensacola News Journal

Seven host sites across Escambia and Santa Rosa County will be scene of the four-day tournament.

Ranking 10,007 Boys By Average XC Finish  MileSplit

10007 cross country runners ranked by their average finish place during the cross country season with a minimum of three races.

Officials call Muskogee County flooding "catastrophic"  KRMG

State and Muskogee County emergency officials are monitoring impacts of Arkansas River flooding. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt called the Muskogee ...

2016-'17 Cherokee Nation Tribal Youth Council sworn into office  Tahlequah Daily Press

The Cherokee Nation swore in its new 2016-17 Cherokee Nation Tribal Youth Council members on Tuesday to begin serving a one-year term volunteering and ...

Federal Assistance Granted For Oklahoma Flood Victims  News On 6

Governor Kevin Stitt announced today that the White House has approved the state's request for disaster assistance for three Oklahoma counties hit hard by ...

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