The Alcohol Beverage Law Enforcement (ABLE) Commission is the regulatory body in the State of Oklahoma for Tobacco. The Synar checks are conducted by ABLE who is obligated to issue citations regardless of the situation or circumstances at hand.
During the Muldrow City Council meeting last Thursday, the council approved several items on the agenda, including a curfew change as suggested by Police Chief George Lawson.
A light switch is something most of us use almost every single day. However, it’s probably true that we do not give much thought to this very important electric device found all throughout our homes and places of business. The truth is, the light switch plays an important, though subtle role in our daily lives. With that in mind, the Grand River Dam Authority wants to share some important light switch safety tips form the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), in conjunction with May and its designation as National Electrical Safety Month.
The Vian Board of Education voted to rehire all their certified teaching staff and non-certified staff, and also set a date and time to pay off bonds during their regular monthly meeting on May 11.
State Rep. John Bennett said today he voted in favor of a bill that would affect the County Improvement for Roads and Bridges fund with “great reservation.”
The Muldrow School Board accepted two resignations last Monday night from Memorie Harrell and Nick Gard. Superintendent Ron Flanagan said Harrell has taken a principal position at another school and Gard has taken the position of head football coach with Gans School.
County commissioners Jim Rogers, District 3, and Ray Watts, District 1, announced county clean up days for residents wanting to get rid of trash and debris from their property.
By Dianna F. Dandridge-Rystrom
Members of the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce recently helped Merrill Check Cashing and Self Storage celebrate its 20-year anniversary at the same location in Sallisaw. The group celebrated with an outdoor cookout and ribbon cutting ceremony. Members of the chamber are standing in back. Doing the ribbon cutting on the front row, from left, are Matt Merrill, Nickie Vinson, Tracie Isley and Katy Hogue.Roy Faulkenberry • TIMES
Youngsters at the Journey Church Learning Center in Sallisaw got a lesson in fire safety and examine one of the Sallisaw Fire Department’s trucks during a recent demonstration put on by Assistant Fire Chief Steve Padgett.
Peter Cullum's oil painting on wood panel titled "Ecotone 3" will be on display from July 10 to Sept. 20
Members of the Cherokee Tribal Council along with representatives of the Cherokee Nation Businesses came together Wednesday to hear Principal Chief Bill John Baker discuss the current plans for the Blue Ribbon Downs track. On hand for the announcement were in the front from the left, Janelle Fullbright, David Thornton, both tribal council members; Principal Chief, Bill John Baker; Deputy Chief, S. Joe Crittendon; Bill McNutt; R.D. Brooks, Gary Dale Brooks, James Thornton. In the back from the left, were Cherokee Nations Entertainment Chief Operating Officer, Mark Fulton, County Commissioner, District 2, Steve Carter; and Dan Carter.
The May Sallisaw Middle School (SMS) May Students of the Month were chosen for the character trait, tolerance. The students are, from the left, Jacob Green, seventh grade; Keaton Oaks and Graceanne Roberts, sixth grade; Nickolas Asbill and Mika Graham, seventh grade; and Lilly Doyle, seventh grade.
Sawyer Rainwater displays his artwork he made for his mother during Story Time at the Muldrow Public Library. Story Time for pre-school age children is held at 10:30 a.m. every Thursday at the library located at 711 W. Shawntel Smith Blvd. in Muldrow.
The April Students of the Month at Central School, in the front, from the left, Brighton Dorsey, first grade; Daniel Dominic, fourth grade; Lane Bailey, second grade; Brooklyn Varnell, first grade; Kirenna Primm, second grade; and Kaegan Ralston and Kenadee Lovell, Kindergarten. Back row, left to right, Trevor McGlothlin and Samantha Baker, third grade; Marli Cox and Chris Oder, fifth grade; and Tre Mason and Natalie Smith, sixth grade.