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Muskogee Public Schools students will get food kits to get them through at least part of a possible teacher walkout starting April 2. [Read More]
Several questions went unanswered Thursday night at a town hall meeting about education funding and a potential teacher walkout. [Read More]
Area schools plan different approaches to a proposed national student walkout against gun violence, set for 10 a.m. Wednesday. [Read More]
Indian Capital Technology Center cosmetology student Molly Cooper has an idea what to do during a post-graduation job interview. [Read More]
Parker and Kennedy Lockhart have a lot to show for themselves — several hundred pounds of beef. [Read More]
Several Muskogee area school boards are scheduled to discuss — possibly even act — on the potential walkout. [Read More]
Muskogee Regional Science and Engineering Fair winners say they know how they'll use their prize money. [Read More]
A $30 million Wagoner Public Schools bond issue, which included a new elementary school, failed to get enough votes to pass during Tuesday's election. [Read More]
Muskogee Education Association members agreed on Monday to join a statewide teacher walkout, tentatively set for April 1. [Read More]
A premium auction capped the Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show at the Hatbox Field hangars Saturday. [Read More]
Muskogee High School students and teachers stayed after school Thursday afternoon, declaring their concern for state education funding. [Read More]
Muskogee School Superintendent Mike Garde plans to retire after completing 12 years of service as the MPS head. [Read More]
Rain fell outside, but contestants had a dry, clean place to prepare their goats for the Muskogee Regional Junior Livestock Show on Tuesday. [Read More]
FORT GIBSON —School officials say a bond package presented for voters' approval would help improve safety, traffic, technology and transportation at Fort Gibson Schools. [Read More]
plus a few grandpas, uncles, moms and other relatives - gave their little girls tiaras, wands and the time of their lives Saturday. [Read More]
A new school and additions to an older school could give Wagoner students safer and more updated places to learn, district officials say. [Read More]
Muskogee Public Schools could suspend classes and support a teacher walkout if the Legislature makes no progress in funding education, MPS officials said. [Read More]
Worshippers crossed denominational and racial lines Monday night to sing and praise at One Blood Revival. [Read More]
Fort Gibson schools were only beginning to get computers when Gerald Taylor came on the Fort Gibson Board of Education. [Read More]
Frightfully cold weather Saturday night didn't keep visitors from savoring delights at the Home Sweet Home Chocolate Festival. [Read More]
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