News

Sallisaw City officials announced the Splash Pad is now open and the Sallisaaw City Swimming Pool will be opening Tuesday, June 2.

Stanley Tubbs Memorial Library and other libraries in the Eastern Oklahoma Library System will be reopening June 1 with some limitations, according to a press release issued by the Eastern Oklahoma

Roland Town Board of Trustees decided to cancel this year’s 4th of July Fireworks Show which is held in conjunction with the Iron Mountain Festival in June and discussed FY21 budgets at their speci

Sports

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Sallisaw High School athletes will start Summer Pride activities Monday at Perry F. Lattimore Stadium, Black Diamonds football coach Randon Lowe said.

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Destructive and dangerous, feral hogs are here to stay. Half of the total population reside in Texas, but they are invading our state and wreaking havoc on livelihoods.

The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association Board of Directors backed away from a three-phase proposal to start summer activities on June 1 with social distancing and sanitation guideline

Obituaries

George ‘Howdy’ McCarley

Frankie Evin Hill

Columns & Opinions

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On June 30, voters will make a big decision about the future of health care in Oklahoma. State Question 802 would have a $27 million economic impact on Cherokee Nation Health Services.

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I don’t know about you, but I think the price of beef at the grocery store is getting out of hand. It makes it hard to buy meat for the meals we love, like tacos.

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In a recent 'Just Thinkin’, I mused that it was unwise to come between a lady and her hair color. As the weeks have passed, I am even more convinced of the validity of this recommendation.

Lifestyle

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The crowd stands and salutes for the raising of the flag and singing of the National Anthem Monday during the Memorial Day service at Stanley Tubbs Memorial Library in Sallisaw. PHOTOS BY AN

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Pawfficer Fuzz with the Fort Smith Police Department Community Relations Unit visited with Muldrow's police cat, Ms.

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Progress continued Friday on Vian's new basketball court in the downtown Anna Belle Farmer Park.

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