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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.
- New student enrollment for Eastern Oklahoma State College opens Tuesday
Mills contests Layden's candidacy for associate district judge's post in Pittsburg County
Pittsburg County Special District Judge Tim Mills has filed a formal protest with the Oklahoma State Election Board in Oklahoma City against the candidacy of former judge Bill Layden.
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Would-be Democrat governor for Oklahoma visits McAlester
The Oklahoma gubernatorial election is Nov. 4 and Gov. Fallin’s only Democrat challenger paid a visit to McAlester on Thursday.
MHS choir to present ‘Witches’
The McAlester High School Choir will perform the “The Witches of Broadway” this weekend at the S. Arch Auditorium.
Friday is final day to file for election
Friday is the last day to file for the June 24 election to fill the seats of several county and state offices.
Incumbent commissioner files protest
The race is on for the District 1 Pittsburg County commissioner’s seat and a contest against one of the candidates has already been filed.
Protest filed against judge candidate
A protest has been filed in Oklahoma City against the candidacy of a local attorney for a judge's seat.
State Insurance Commissioner Doak speaks of tag seizures, anti-fraud efforts
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak traveled to McAlester on Tuesday, where he met with Pittsburg County Sheriff Joel Kerns and spoke to the Rotary Club.
Doak, a Republican from Tulsa, also filed for re-election to a four-year term in office at the state Election Board in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
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