Ellen Ellis McBee, visitation, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of McAlester.
This Week's Circulars
- McAlester native named News-Capital general manager
- McAlester woman charged after hotel robbery
- Plea deal made in July murder case
- Choctaw Casino & Resort-Durant wins Casino of the Year
- Man killed in Monday morning accident
- Player of the Year: Red Oak's Chance Noah: Winning title with friends was 'amazing'
- Local veteran walks to honor friend killed in Afghanistan
- Coach of the Year: Red Oak's Trey Booth: Eagles improve on, off field in title season
- Pittsburg County's asphalt plant begins production
- The 2019 McAlester News-Capital All-Area Fall Baseball Team
District 18 State Rep. David Smith, R-Arpelar, says he spends a lot of time working on economic development — because he figures having more jobs in the the district will go a long way toward helping with other issues.
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Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell says he liked what he saw during a visit to McAlester and Krebs on Tuesday — and he said he’s ready to help the two communities do more to promote tourism in the area. Read more
A former student accused of threatening to “shoot up” McAlester High School had pictures of mass shootings, references to graduation crowds, and dates and texts saying she cut her hair to resemble one of the Columbine School shooters, according court documents. Read more