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Cherokee Nation Calendar of Events for July

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation hosts several events in the month of July, including a fireworks show, a ribbon skirt demonstration, and at-large meetings with Cherokee citizens in New Mexico and Colorado. July 1. Traditional games demonstration. Every Friday this summer from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., you can...
CHEROKEE COUNTY, OK
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Muskogee VA will not close, per veterans' affairs report

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The Jack C. Montgomery Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center will not close after the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission's report was rejected by a group of bipartisan senators. In March, the AIR Commission released an 85-page recommendation recommending the closure of the Muskogee VA.
MUSKOGEE, OK
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Truck driver survives collision with train

Authorities are relieved but still wondering how the driver of a dump truck escaped with only minor injuries Monday when the truck he was driving was destroyed after being struck by a freight train at an uncontrolled railroad crossing in southeastern Sallisaw. The westbound Kansas City Southern train collided with...
SALLISAW, OK
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Republicans Kim David and Todd Thomsen headed for runoff in Corporation Commission race

Two Republicans remain in the running to replace a term-limited Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner after this week's primary. In a runoff on Aug. 23, Republican voters will be asked to select either Oklahoma Sen. Kim David, of Porter, or former state Rep. Todd Thomsen, of Ada, to be their party's nominee in an election to replace Commissioner Dana Murphy, who is term-limited.
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Sallisaw Sports Complex Ribbon Cutting held

The Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony last Friday, June 24, at the Sallisaw Sports Complex celebrating the facility’s managing youth leagues induction into the Chamber. Shown from the left is Melanie Potter, Beth Mayo, Kristen Peerson, Miranda Williams, Amber Hyler, Lindsie Dyer, Summer McGarrah, Heather Silva, Denise Kostka, Bryan Warner, Trey Girdner, Maco Warner, Robin Akers, Carol Brown, Jaime Henson, Marty Green and Courtney Barker.
SALLISAW, OK
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Carter named new campus director of ICTC-Sallisaw

Nick Carter has been named the new campus director of the Indian Capital Technology Center (ICTC) at Sallisaw. Carter will take over duties on July 1 after current campus director Dart Drummonds retires on June 30, according to Tony Pivec, ICTC Superintendent. A press release issued from ICTC states Carter...
SALLISAW, OK
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APPROXIMATELY 250 CAMPERS FROM ACROSS THE NATION ATTEND BLINN LIVESTOCK JUDGING CAMPS

Maggie Brumnett and Trenton Edwards came a long way to attend the Blinn College Agricultural Sciences Department’s livestock judging camp. Brumnett, 17, from Wagoner, Okla., and Edwards, 14, from Wright City, Mo., were among approximately 250 campers who attended three-day youth camps at the W.J. “Bill” Rankin Agricultural Complex on the Brenham Campus. Camps were held for participants ages 14 and older, and for ages 8-13.
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Ready, Set, Move to make Muskogee work ready

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Employers are struggling to find employees with a record number of job openings locally and nationally. The Port of Muskogee's economic workforce development effort is helping employers by creating tools. The City of Muskogee and Muskogee County understands the importance of recruiting talent to the...
MUSKOGEE, OK
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Dameron opens TyBows Archery in Wagoner

WAGONER – Professional archer and Cherokee Nation citizen Ty Dameron opened an archery services business in June called TyBows Archery. The full-service business located in Wagoner caters to archery enthusiasts and hunters. “It’s a lot closer to home and there isn’t a big shop out this direction and we’re...
WAGONER, OK
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