The Sequoyah County Health Department, in collaboration with the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) will offer a drive-thru testing site for COVID-19.

The Sequoyah County Health Department in Sallisaw is one of the locations the Oklahoma State Health Department listed as a regional drive-thru testing


Oklahomans can still enjoy nature and stay connected to fellow outdoor adventurers by sharing their plant and wildlife encounters while practicing social distancing.

Here is the April 1 Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation fishing report for the region.

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While making the rounds at my place of employment, I happened upon two young fishermen who were taking in the great outdoors while social distancing during the current coronavirus pandemic.


William ‘Dictee’ Blackbird

Wesley Oren Davidson Sr.

Jason Keith McMurray

Columns & Opinions

—Sequoyah County Times, April 6, 1945

From the files of Your Sequoyah County Times 25 Years Ago

(From the April 2, 1995, issue of the Sequoyah County Times)

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Over the years Billie and I have been “Weather Quarantined” a number of times. We have been heated in in Phoenix, days of 114-115 degrees barely inching down into the 90’s at night.

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The sun was warm but the wind was chill. You know how it is with an April Day. Words by Robert Frost.


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After working together to address student nutrition needs during school closure due to COVID-19, Vian Public Schools has announced meals will be provided to all students and delivered along current

After serving a total of 44 years on the Vian Garden of Memories Cemetery Board, James F. Smith, 83, of Vian has decided to step down.

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

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