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Contractors continue during dispute
Work remains under way on the city’s Seventeenth Street Capital Improvement Project, but it appears unlikely the project will be completed by the deadline — whether it’s July 18 or July 28.
Board considers selling historic school
The McAlester Public Schools Board of Education is considering the public sale of the historic L’Ouverture School.
Three-day education conference began Tuesday
Vision 2020, the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s summer conference, began Tuesday at 9 a.m. and will continue through Thursday at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
Ark. paranormal investigators visit Twin Cities area
A paranormal investigation team searched for ghosts at a few areas around Haileyville and Hartshorne on Friday night.
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Former official remembered
Friends, family and colleagues of former Ward 6 Councilor/Vice Mayor Sam Mason gathered at the North McAlester Cemetery on Monday where they heard about his contributions to city government and bits of his personal life.
- The MPS school board to vote on the possible action of the sale of L'Ouverture School
Group gathers signatures for medical marijuana
Marsha Coyle and Angela Vallejo held their signs high Monday, standing just off a service road along the George Nigh Expressway and encouraging drivers to stop and sign petitions to place the legalization of medical marijuana on the November ballot.
- PHOTOS: Accident on corner of North B Street and Carl Albert Parkway
- MRHC Auxiliary awards $40,000 in scholarships
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