News

Members learn about whole grains

Ten TOPS members and 1 KOPS member weighedin Monday morning. Betty was our biggest weight loss winner with -3.9 pounds lost. We have been weighing in only because of covid numbers are up.

On May 14, the Taco Bell Foundation awarded $3 million in Live Más Scholarships to 621 employees and students, selected from more than 11,000 submissions this year.

One Sallisaw resident received a degree during Oklahoma Baptist University’s Spring Commencement Saturday, Aug. 1, on the south lawn of Raley Chapel on the OBU campus in Shawnee.

Sports

Big 12 Conference forges ahead with fall sports

Fall ball is on in the Big 12.

Oklahoma high school football teams can forge ahead with preparations to open the season later this month, and fast-pitch softball and cross country teams can continue their seasons, the Oklahoma S

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors met Wednesday in a Zoom Conference call. In other business, the board …

Obituaries

Virgil Lee Swimmer Jr.

Marvin Arthur Taylor

Lawrence Chester Woodruff

Columns & Opinions

25 Years Ago

(From the Aug. 17, 1995, issue of the Sequoyah County Times)

Do the same

I am going to have to respectfully take issue with Rep. Jim Olsen's latest column concerning mask mandates and vaccine mandates.

Change in attitude

Dear Editor:

Lifestyle

Announcements of upcoming events for non-profit organizations and events in Sequoyah County may be delivered to Your TIMES in several different ways.

Members learn about life in Honduras

We had 13 TOPS and 1 KOPS weigh in this week. We had 2 visitors today, Teri and Jeni.

The Cherokee Heritage Center (CHC) is now accepting applications for its fall semester Cherokee Humanities course. The 16-week course is held on Monday evenings at CHC from 6 - 9 p.m.

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