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Races set; others win unopposed, as candidate filings move forward
Several Pittsburg County officials were set to face a primary election in June, while others were ready take office without opposition as a three-day filing period for candidates ended at 5 p.m. Friday.
Louie the Lightning Bug set for McAlester appearance
Lights On For Louie, a multimedia safety program for students, will be at Hanna and Krebs elementary schools Tuesday; and Haileyville School and Washington and William Gay early childhood centers Wednesday.
There’s more to Mexico than the beaches
I know most of us go to Mexico for the gorgeous beaches and beautiful turquoise waters. Did you know there are also literally hundreds of great adventure and cultural excursions you can add to enhance your vacation experience as well?
Severe thunderstorms possible later today, 8 months without a tornado warning
When the Director of the Office of Emergency Managment Kevin Enloe was asked if he anticipated severe weather today, he said there is a chance of severe thunderstorms later today and the OEM will be keeping an eye on it.
Social media safety advice
How many times have you seen on Facebook or other social media sites about someone going on vacation, going to the store or being out of town for some other reason?
- McAlester High School Choir will perform the “The Witches of Broadway” Sunday
The McAlester Public Library offering free Computer Skills Workshop
The McAlester Public Library will offer a free Computer Skills Workshop from April 16 to 18.
The hands-on workshop will be taught by computer technician Anthony Smart and each participant will have a computer to work with. The class will be held from 2:30 until 4 p.m. each day and is limited to 10 students.
Annual city-wide cleanup program continues at armory
Saturday morning, several cars and trucks were lined up at the former National Guard Armory to dump unwanted items during this year’s Annual Spring Cleanup which is set to continue each weekend this month.
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