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Donations desperately needed for Community Christmas Dinner
The ice and snow storm that hit McAlester last week did more than slow down traffic.
Former civilian Naval supervisor at McAAP faces video voyeurism charge
A former U.S. Naval civilian employee placed on administrative leave with pay at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant last August is the same individual charged in federal court this week with three counts of video voyeurism, the News-Capital has learned.
Snow remains piled up on Carl Albert Expressway collecting dirt Thursday afternoon. Snow piles should be disappearing rapidly as temperatures are expected to be above freezing the next 10 days with sunny skies starting Saturday.
Federal charges filed in McAAP video case; state charges filed
Federal and state charges have been filed against a McAlester man accused of allegedly installing a hidden video camera in a ladies restroom at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant.
Okla. man charged with video voyeurism
A 55-year-old McAlester man is charged in federal court with three counts of video voyeurism for allegedly setting up a hidden camera to record women in a restroom.
City moves to fill slot
McAlester city councilors have taken steps to fill the seat left vacant by the resignation of McAlester Vice Mayor/Ward 6 Councilor Sam Mason — as well as the other two council seats that will be up for election in March.
Tons of salt used on city roadways; more coming
It takes a heap of salt to keep traffic flowing — and more is on the way.
McAlester schools back in session Wednesday
McAlester Public Schools will be in session for normal school hours on Wednesday, school officials said.
Community watch programs planned in McAlester
Ward 4 City Councilor Robert Karr hopes to start a new program aimed at reducing crime in McAlester.
Will you take the plunge?
The date for this year’s Polar Plunge has been set and plans are underway.
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