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Okmulgee Lions Club Upcoming Schedule for May

May 2: Braydon Hunter National Speech Competition, Craig Brydges, Chair May 9: Brian Costanza OHP R.C. Morrow, Chair May 16:  Erika Jones World Champion Archer Brenda Thompson, Chair May 23:  Dan Bewley Three...

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Okmulgee Lions Club Upcoming Schedule
Okmulgee Lions Club Upcoming Schedule

Okmulgee Lions Club Upcoming Schedule Last meeting in March March 28 Kailey Abel singer/songwriter, Program Chair Dean CraigApril Meetings4 Marie Burns Oklahoma Lions Service Foundation, Program Chair Dan Anderson11 James Bohannon,...

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Okmulgee Historical Society Meets at the Okmulgee Public Library
Okmulgee Historical Society Meets at the Okmulgee Public Library

The Okmulgee Historical SocietyMeets at the Okmulgee Public Library at 1:00 pmthe first Tuesday of every month

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Okmulgee County Republicans March 14 meeting

Senator Lankford will be the guest speaker, via phone, at the March 14 Republican County Convention. All registered Republicans are invited to attend to hear Senator Lankford. Registered Convention delegates,...

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NSU’s Sequoyah Institute presents the Annie Moses Band– April 4

(Tahlequah, Oklahoma) -- Northeastern State University’s Sequoyah Institute presents the Annie Moses Band as the culmination of the Sequoyah Institute 2016-2017 Performing Arts Series. The performance is set for 7:30...

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St. Gregory’s Students Attend ONASHE Conference

(Shawnee, Okla. – March 7, 2017) Seven students from St. Gregory’s University attended the Oklahoma Native American Students in Higher Education (ONASHE) Conference on February 25, 2017. The conference offered...

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Governor Mary Fallin Declares State of Emergency for 22 Counties Due to Wildfires

Governor Mary Fallin Declares State of Emergency for 22 Counties Due to Wildfires, Critical Fire Conditions OKLAHOMA CITY - Governor Mary Fallin today issued an executive order to declare a state...

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Funding cuts could reverse transportation progress - $87 million in contracts awarded

March Commission Wrap-Up: Funding cuts could reverse transportation progress, centerline rumble strip projects coming to highways, $87 million in contracts awarded Highlights of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission’s Monday, March 6 meeting...

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February Gross Receipts to the Treasury Show Slight Improvement Over Prior Year

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross Receipts to the Treasury in February were slightly higher than those in the same month of last year. It marked a second month of positive growth...

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June 17th for Longtown’s 12th Annual 10 Mile Yard Sale

Ready, Set, Go! Get READY by clearing out your garages, homes and sheds! SET your items up to sell to the thousands of folks that come out each year to find your...

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Oklahoma Economic Report now available

Read the latest on the state's first credit downgrade in 30 years and commentary by Governor Fallin in the new Oklahoma Economic Report The latest Oklahoma Economic Report is ready for...

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Come Join Mounds Senior Citizens Center for Lunch!

EVERYONE WELCOME - Open @ 9:00 am; Serving @ 11:30 am~~Dine-In or Carry-Out (918-827-6828)~~ Here is the MARCH 2017 menu for the Mounds Senior Citizens center: Tues, Mar 7 - Meat Loaf,...

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