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Seventeenth Street project expanding
The more the one-half million dollar Seventeenth Street project for the city of McAlester has gotten a little costlier, now rising above the $600,000 mark.
Sex abuse charges dropped for Jehovah's Witness elder
Charges have been dismissed for a McAlester church elder who allegedly molested, raped and sodomized three adults when they were children.
Livestock show begins at county fairgrounds
The 71st Annual Pittsburg County Junior Livestock Show has begun at the Pittsburg County Fairgrounds.
Alderson man charged in New Mexico after being shot by police
An Alderson man has been charged in connection with an officer-involved shooting in New Mexico on Tuesday, officials say.
Hwy 69 South backed up past Electric Avenue.
Traffic is backed up several on US Highway 69 south beginning at Commanche Avenue while state workers remill the pavement, officials say.
Demand for tickets spurs additional 'Son of God' showings
Due to the demand for tickets, an afternoon and evening showing of the film “Son of God,” hosted by The King’s House church in McAlester, has been added to the schedule.
Man pleads in McAAP video voyeur case
A McAlester man has pleaded guilty to three federal counts of video voyeurism, but still faced state charges as of Wednesday, according to court documents.
Group looks at downtown area for future library
Friends of the McAlester Public Library have something like a Million in mind for a new library facility —the Million building that is.
Donations set to help Oklahoma Project Woman
This year’s local fundraising efforts for Oklahoma Project Woman have already brought in $7,000 and a Pink Ribbon luncheon set for October is anticipated to bring in even more, organizers say.
Church offers tickets to 'Son of God' screening
The King’s House is moving church this weekend — for the “Son of God.”
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