News

District Attorney Jack Thorp said Thursday he will not prosecute two Sequoyah County deputies involved in a shooting Jan. 7 that left a Muldrow man wounded.

How much rain is too much rain? Depends on who you ask, but most folks in this area have said enough is enough.

Article Image Alt Text

Northeastern Health System Sequoyah Hospital announces the retirement of Dr. Rick Robbins.

Sports

Three Central players reached double figures Tuesday night as the Lady Tigers rolled to a 65-21 victory over Hulbert.

STILLWATER — Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy recently announced three additional members of the 2020 signing class to bring the total thus far to 21 players.

NORMAN — University of Oklahoma head football coach Lincoln Riley recently announced the signing of high school seniors and four-star defenders Joshua Eaton and Reggie Grimes to national letters of

Obituaries

Mary Jo Lynch

Illa Lovene Barnes

Hazel Lee Watson

Columns & Opinions

Think on these things

Never quit--even though it may seem easier. Keep going. To all outward appearance it may seem we are down to stay-but listen, we do not walk by sight, we walk by faith.

— Sequoyah County Democrat, Feb. 13, 1920

From the files of Your Sequoyah County Times

50 Years Ago

Cherokee Nation Film Office: One year and going strong

When we first made the leap of opening the Cherokee Nation Film Office, we often heard, “Why should Cherokee Nation get involved in this?” To that I say, “Why not us?”

Lifestyle

Rack Madness returns to OKC on

If you have wanted to have your trophy scored by experts, here’s your chance.

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

Article Image Alt Text

On Jan. 10 the Sallisaw Middle School (SMS) students in Mrs. Gremillion’s Pre-Advanced Placement and STEM class participated in the annual SMS Science Fair.

Sequoyah County Times

111 N. Oak
Sallisaw OK 74955
918-775-4433