This all metal sculpture created by Bert Hoselton of Malvern Arkansas, sits in front of Neil Craig’s newly remodeled office. Neil says you’re welcome to come pose on the saddle for photos.
The arrival of a baby is an exciting time for parents and siblings, but a new addition to the family also stretches the budget. According to the latest figures
Oklahoma has a long way to go to reach one of its major educational targets. The goal is to be ranked in the top 20 states on the National Assessment
Like many cities, Grand Rapids, Michigan, has a recycling center where residents can drop off paper, plastic and metal products for reuse. Employees staff a processing line to sort things properly.
Employees from BancFirst delivered lunch and desktop goodies to the teachers and staff at The Academy of Seminole. BancFirst is proud to support TAOS in their mission to provide academic programs to create a lifelong passion for learning for their students.
Cold season never seems to take a year off. Experts estimate that colds are so widespread that very few humans escape infection. Some people come down with colds more than once per year.
Autumn weather calls to mind sipping warm cider and raking leaves. But for sports fans, fall is all about sports.
American football, field hockey, ice hockey, and basketball are just a few of the sports that make autumn an exciting time for sports fans.
DALLAS - Ezekiel Elliott has been an outstanding running back for the Dallas Cowboys.
Usually after a first down run or running in for the touchdown, Zeke makes a motion of him eating.
Now, he has taking the move to another level with a tattoo of his signature celebration.
The Seminole Junior High Football Team took on the Tecumseh Junior High Savages at home Thursday night.
The junior high Chieftains had a tough time battling Tecumseh.
The Tecumseh junior high team was to strong and came away with the win with a score of 20-6.
The Varnum baseball team travelled to Tushka Thursday afternoon and come back with the win.
The Varnum Whippets got things started in the first inning. Hayden’s wild pitch allowed one run to score for Varnum.
Tushka evened things up at three in the bottom of the seventh inning.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Coming off a 38-6 rout by the Ravens in the opener, Stefanski’s embattled players rallied and beat the Bengals four days later, 35-30, on Thursday Night Football FirstEnergy Stadium, to even their record at 1-1.
DEAR ABBY: After smoking marijuana for 20 years, I quit two days ago. My head is starting to clear now, and things are coming into focus. I missed so much, and I feel terrible about it.
DEAR ABBY: My husband is currently at a job that, at first, he complained was a “drag.” It later became a place he seemed to be OK working at.
A new male employee was hired -- a man who is on his second marriage -- and he became friendly with my husband. Over the last few months I have noticed my husband texting him quite often during his days off, including very late at night.
DEAR ABBY: When I was a young adult, I had difficulty speaking with strangers. I recall, some years later, attending a party in honor of someone I truly admired. Most of the people there didn’t know each other.
Blue had been through a rough patch.
He was adopted from the shelter and then returned for unspecified reasons. That’s when Bill met him.
Jonathan Leon Scott Warledo, longtime Seminole resident, entered eternal life Wednesday, September 16, 2020 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, he was 32 years old.
Jonathan was born November 27, 1987 in Shawnee, Oklahoma to Melissa (Warledo) Leonard.
He is survived by his mother, one brother, Lucas Warledo and two sisters, Angie Simons and April Warledo.
Jeremy “Tommy” Lee Tebe, age 53, passed away September 17, 2020 in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
Jeremy was born November 7, 1966 in Wewoka, Oklahoma to parents Rebecca (Tebe) Graham and James Smith.
He was a graduate of Konawa High School.
He married Cynthia L. Cohoe-Tebe on September 3, 1992 in New Mexico.
Steve passed from this life Tuesday, September 15th. H e attended Seminole High School and played on the 1977 team when they won the OK State Championship.
He attended ECU while in the National Guard.
He taught High School Art in Frederick OK.
He went to join the US Army and was stationed in Germany serving in Field Artillery and Chemical Defense Operations.
Charles Henneha Sr. of Seminole, OK passed away Saturday evening September 12, 2020 at the age of 85 years old. After several months of declining health, he passed in the comfort of his home with his wife Darlene Henneha by his side.
Charles “Chuck (Yama)” Henneha Sr. was born in Seminole, OK to Harry Henneha and Mary Henneha Haney.