Coronavirus Watch


The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported the following COVID -19 numbers for Tuesday, Nov. 24.

Think on these things

Thomas Carlyle said that if Jesus Christ were to come today people would not crucify him. They would ask him to dinner and hear what he has to say and then make fun of it.

As with many other organizations, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the normal flow of things, which has caused Community Partners to make a change for this year's community Thanksgiving dinner.


Lowe likes Sallisaw’s chances against No. 1 Wagoner Friday

Wagoner is the top ranked team in Class 4A football.

Class 2A No. 2 Vian begins postseason action at home on Friday night as the Wolverines play Atoka in the second round of the high school football playoffs.

Pirates back on the gridiron in Class A playoff game against Allen

After a two-week layoff unbeaten Class A No. 7 Gore returns to the gridiron on Friday night when the Pirates host Allen in the second round of the playoffs.


Rachel Lucille Connacher

Loretta Kay Milke

Wanda Lou Ramsey Cole

Columns & Opinions

25 Years Ago

(From the Nov. 19 and Nov. 23, 1995, issue of the Sequoyah County Times)

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History 11 ft. wide

Old barber shop now gone, First haircut by Sherman Kyle Time to start again


Wampanoag Ways

Mini Fact:

A Wampanoag home was called a wetu. Sheets of bark covered a wooden frame.

Wampanoag life

In the 1600s, the Wampanoag produced food in four ways: hunting, fishing, harvesting wild plants and growing crops.

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