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Annual Christmas parade rescheduled
The McAlester Main Street Christmas Parade set for Thursday night has been rescheduled to Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. due to expected adverse weather conditions, organizers say.
Mason resigns seat on McAlester City Council
McAlester Vice Mayor/Ward 6 City Councilor Sam Mason has resigned from the city council.
Buffs wear down Highlanders in semis
McAlester quarterback Dalton Wood rushed for three touchdowns and rushed for two more, and running back Jarome Smith rushed for two and forced a safety on defense to lead McAlester past Lawton MacArthur, 56-20, in Friday's 5A state semifinal at Bill Jensen Field at Choctaw High School.
DOC employee gets 59 counts in prison drug smuggling case
An Oklahoma Department of Corrections employee was charged with 59 felony counts in a prison drug smuggling case.
Violent sex offender to be extradited
A sexually violent sex offender listed to the Texas Most Wanted Sex Offender List captured by Pittsburg County Sheriff’s office will be extradited back to Texas, officials say.
UPDATE! Church elder, 76, charged in 30 year old molestation case.
A church elder, 76, was charged Tuesday for allegedly molesting three children more than 30 years ago, according to McAlester Police Sergeant Detective Chris Morris.
UPDATE :Texas Most Wanted Sex offender captured by Pittsburg County Sheriffs Office
Monday night the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office caputured a sexually violent sex offender listed to the Texas Most Wanted Sex Offender List, officials say.
Buffs take down Titans, reach Semis
McAlester's offense scored more points than any Carl Albert opponent all season, and the Buffs held on fourth down six times to beat the Titans, 52-13, in Friday's Class 5A quarter-final at Hook Eales Stadium in McAlester.
3-year-old boy dies, Tahlequah couple being held without bond
A Tahlequah couple is being held without bond on charges of first-degree murder after a 3-year-old boy was found dead yesterday at the Stepping Stone Rooming House.
Buffs overwhelm Cardinals in playoff-opener
The McAlester Buffaloes scored 11 touchdowns, each time needing three or fewer offensive plays, to beat the East Central Cardinals, 76-28, in Friday's playoff-opener at Hook Eales Stadium in McAlester.
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