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Approximately 60 halves of beef that were born and raised in Okmulgee County will be sold at the Beef Carcass sale at the Okmulgee Fairgrounds Mar. 21 at 7 p.m. These calves have been fed specifically for this program by 4-H and FFA members in Okmulgee County.
For more information contact Doug Maxey at 918.756.1958
At the Okmulgee Lake Dam, the spillway is located on Hwy 56 on the east end of Okmulgee Lake. The dam and spillway was built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1940. It's on the National Register Properties in Oklahoma and is a National Historical Landmark.
Look for our upcoming news featuring Okmulgee County, Business and Citizen Spotlights.
County We'll shine the light on what Okmulgee has to offer and feature human interest stories about the vision of some of our citizens who live here.
The Business Spotlight, where business owners are the STAR OF THE SHOW. Our Business Spotlights will allow you to meet the business owners in Okmulgee. You will get "in the know" with their personal stories and find out exactly what they are all about.
As a community, Okmulgee is composed of individuals from a diverse array of backgrounds and cultures, all with stories to tell. The Citizen Spotlight is a place to learn about people that make Okmulgee such a unique place to live!
After a report of a shooting, Okmulgee sheriff deputies were dispatched to the residence of Willie Antwine at the 11000 block of N, 160 Rd. Tuesday afternoon.
Once on scene, it was discovered that the victim was Antwine’s son, Timothy Antwine, who had been shot with a .22 caliber and had already been transported to the Okmulgee Memorial Hospital by vehicle.
Sheriff Rice said it appeared a family quarrel had taken place, which resulted in the shooting, however the victim has declined to file charges.
Chief Deputy Smokey Patchin and Investigator Robert Heath began an investigation into the incident and are still collecting facts about the case. The victim was treated at Okmulgee Memorial Hospital and released. No one has been taken into custody at this time.