A Muldrow woman's body was exhumed from Blackjack Cemetery northwest of Muldrow Tuesday and sent to the State Medical Examiner's Office in Tulsa after her family raised questions about the cause of her death.
A senate bill that allows rural school districts to sponsor a charter school has found more than a little opposition from area superintendents.
A Gore man was found guilty on three first-degree murder charges Thursday in a Tulsa County District Court.
Sequoyah County officials arrested an Okmulgee woman for allegedly falsifying a $1,300 cashier's check.
In testimony early last week in Tulsa a jail informant told the jury that a Gore man said he was concerned that DNA evidence and a 911 call would link him to three murders in Tulsa.
Sallisaw police arrested Roger Dale Flynn, 53, and Christopher Gist, 47, both of Stilwell, on March 30 and charged Flynn with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing an officer. Gist was charged with driving while under the influence, possession of …
Students in the carpentry program at Indian Capital Technology Center (ICTC) recently competed in the carpentry contest at the 2015 SkillsUSA Regional Competition.
The life of a woman who lived 19 years on death row for a 1982 murder in Gans was re-told Oct. 8 when a film crew visited Sequoyah County to do a documentary.
Sequoyah County emergency personnel and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Marine Division responded to a boating accident about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Blackgum Landing area, north of Tenkiller Lake between Needles Point and Snake Creek in Cherokee County that resulted in three people being tr…
A Gore man will not face the death penalty on charges of allegedly killing three people in Tulsa on Feb. 22, prosecutors said Dec. 12.
It's fairly common for listeners to laugh and guffaw as fishermen tell their tales of “the one-that-got-away,” but they better hold the guffaws when Sallisaw Middle School teacher Paul Glover talks about the one that didn't get away.
Dr. Amanda Trudeau-Hatcher wanted to issue a warning to the general public about a possible scam operating in the area.
James "Jimmy" Kidwell, 33, of Gore was sentenced to three life sentences Wednesday in Tulsa County District Court.
A Burns Flat man was injured Wednesday in a one vehicle accident on Interstate Highway 40 at about 2 p.m. after laying his motorcycle down.
Nearly a year-and-a half has passed since charges of exploitation of an elderly person were filed against Carol Wood, the owner of the Sallisaw tag agency, but the case remains unresolved as defense attorney Donn F. Baker, of Tahlequah, asked for yet one more continuance in the case.
Last month Sequoyah County 9-1-1 dispatch supervisor Meghan Smith was nominated as one of 40 national finalists in the Smart Telecommunicator Awards, a program which recognizes and rewards 9-1-1 telecommunicators for their contributions to their 9-1-1 agency and community.
Special day at Connors
Dr. Ron Myers, Sr. M.D. who recently had his prescribing license revoked by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (OBNDD) for reportedly overprescribing controlled dangerous substances between Jan. 1, 2013 and June 2014, said he will no longer be practicing medicine in Okla…
A Muldrow man is charged with allegedly stealing nearly $43,000 from a local car dealership while working as the manager.
Sallisaw Middle School staff are gearing up to try out a new program, that with the help of a $40,000 AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination ) Foundation grant will help students realize the dream of a college education may be within their reach.
School funding and finance are always high priority issues for school board. This coming year is no exception.
The Cherokee Nation Foundation is now accepting applications for the Cherokee Scholars Program that helps Cherokee students prepare for success in college. The deadline to apply is June 1.
The long awaited dispersal of the Sequoyah County Fuels tax settlement will be discussed at 6 p.m. Monday at the Brooks Cawhorn Gym.
Anglers, who have for years sought the prize winning trout in the cold flowing waters of the Lower Illinois River along the mile and a half stretch of land belonging to the MarVal Trout Camp near Gore can rest easy knowing their favorite fishing holes are still going to be stocked, but ju…
Sequoyah County emergency personnel and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol responded to a boating accident about 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Blackgum Landing area, north of Tenkiller Lake.
Sequoyah County Commissioners on Monday dealt with a wide array of issues ranging from acceptance of a fire truck bid to approving a subdivision near the Belfonte schools.
Local farmers and ranchers are having to beat off a predator they didn't expect would be attacking their in-labor cows and newborn calves.
Alumni of Muldrow High School, along with current or former faculty and staff are invited to make nominations to the Muldrow High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Carl Albert State College (CASC) recently received a Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma (WFO) Funds Campus grant. This grant is intended to assist with programs for single parents as they work toward attaining degrees.
Right about now, Rhonda Valdivia of Sallisaw is kicked back in one of her new recliners enjoying some show on her new 46-inch flat screen television.
Fifty-seven years after a tornado devastated the town of Gans, several residents can still recall that tragic morning on Jan. 22, 1957, when the F-4 tornado touched down at 6:45 a.m., claiming nine lives and injuring numerous others.
More than a year after original charges were filed and after eight preliminary hearings the child neglect case against the mother of a three-year-old child and her boyfriend was once again postponed Tuesday until Dr. Passmore n the court.
Vian’s second battle with Class B power Red Oak proved to be as exciting as its first. The Wolverines, No. 2 in Class 3A, held off the Eagles, No. 2 in Class B, 6-5 in the championship game of the Central Shootout Saturday night.
Sam Henderson gave the Muldrow Bulldogs their second-extremely well-pitched game of the tournament in the fifth-place game of the Central Shootout on Saturday.
Muldrow Police arrested a man after receiving a call about a man locking himself inside someone's residence with a loaded gun.
A Muldrow woman's dreams for herself didn't stop when she was crowned Miss America 10 years ago.
A familiar face has returned to medical practice here in Sallisaw.Rogow, Practitioner, Medical Clinic
Despite a recommendation to proceed Monday night, it appears the City of Sallisaw will not be getting a new animal shelter anytime soon.
The Sallisaw High School Class of 1965 50th class reunion will start Sept. 4. The class will attend the Sallisaw football game as a group Friday night. On Saturday, Sept. 5 the class will meet for a picnic lunch at Brushy Lake, north of Sallisaw. The reunion will conclude with a dinner on…
A Central High School teacher recently had her first novel published by Books-A-Daisy called “Fall from Grace,” a murder-mystery she started during the snow storm of 2009.
Vinita – An updated look at the Grand River Dam Authority’s economic impact in Oklahoma shows that it will continue to grow steadily, while the economic benefits of a new GRDA construction project will also be very significant over the short term.