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Can you say 'Buon Appetito'? Volunteers ready for Italian Fest this weekend
Plans are moving forward for this weekend’s Italian Festival — featuring a number of activities, along with food, arts, crafts, entertainment and the return of some popular favorites.
JBCC 15 Years
Pictured from left are, Jackie Brannon Correctional Center Warden Emma Watts, Brian Joyce, JBCC CM IV, Robert Apala, JBCC unit manager and David Wortham, JBCC deputy warden. Both Joyce and Apala received their 15 yr. longevity pins. Not pictured was Mark S. Franklin, 15 years and Joe L. Edwards 10 year longevity.
McAlester streets proposition passes by overwhelming margin
The city of McAlester’s propostion designed to gain financing for $12 million in street projects passed by an overwhelming margin Tuesday night.
JBCC 5 Years
Pictured from left are, Jackie Brannon Correctional Center Warden Emma Watts, Dean Wood, principal , Jason Black, JBCC officer and David Wortham, JBCC deputy warden.
Perry awarded JBCC employee of the month
Pictured from left, Jackie Brannon Correctional Center employee Jonna Perry and JBCC Warden Emma Watts. Warden Watts congratulates Perry as she receives Employee of the Month for May 2013 recognition.
City of McAlester yearly budget cut by $2.8 million for 2013/14 FY
The McAlester city budget has been cut by about $2.8 million for the 2013 /2014 Fiscal Year according to the proposed budget presented to the council by City Manager Pete Stasiak during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting.
A McAlester man was killed in a head-on collision near Krebs
A McAlester man was killed in a head-on collision near Krebs on Monday evening after his pickup-truck crossed the center line, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
McAlester man accused of rape, sodomy
A McAlester man was recently accused of raping a 17-year-old girl.
McAlester singer/songwriter invited back to Nashville for return performance
She’s “back by popular demand” — and it’s more than a slogan.
Voting under way Tuesday in McAlester roads and streets election
McAlester voters have until 7 Tuesday night to cast ballots in the special city election, which city officials have tied to street and roads projects.
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