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Vandals destroy vehicle windows

Nearly two dozen vehicle windows were destroyed in a vandalism spree this past weekend.
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HHS splits with Morris Friday night
HHS splits with Morris Friday night

The Christmas break started with mixed emotions for Henryetta cage fans Friday night.
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Convenience stores tested on underage sales

As part of an ongoing effort to prevent minors from buying alcohol, several area retail stores were  [ ... ]

Area students make OSU honor rolls

There were 18 area students among the 5,941 named to the 2014 fall semester honor rolls at Oklahoma  [ ... ]

Duane Woodliff steps down from bench
Duane Woodliff steps down from bench

For nearly 70 years, there has been a Woodliff involved in the legal profession in Okmulgee Co [ ... ]

Food baskets ready for distribution

Just over 300 Henryetta area families will have a brighter Christmas thanks to the Lons Club a [ ... ]

State income tax cut to go into effect in 2016

Oklahomans will benefit from much needed tax relief in 2016 after today‚Äôs vote by the Board of Equ [ ... ]

Grade school students entertained Thursday
Grade school students entertained Thursday

The popular musical cartoon, Polar Express" was brought to life by the Henryetta Middle  [ ... ]

   

HMS Choir Christmas concert

   

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  • Santa visit brings out smiles

    This little miss was all smiles Saturday evening when she got to visit with Santa Claus. The spritely old ef was on hand for over an hour at Veterans Park visiting with youngsters to determine what they would get for Christmas. See more photos of the visit and the downtown parade that followed by clicking on the picture.

  • Koch home is December Yard of the Month
    Koch home is December Yard of the Month

    A porch highlighted with holiday bows and evergreen garland is just part of the Christmas decorations that light up the Frank Kock home on High Street. The decorations, more easily seen in the evening hours, helped get the home selected as the December Yard of the Month. Koch, shown with First Family Federal Credit Union's Staci Alsover and committee member Angel Ellis, received a gift basket including a $25 gift card and a sign designating him as the winner. The program will resume next April.

  • Toys wrapped by Lions and volunteers
    Toys wrapped by Lions and volunteers

    Tuesday night saw the wrapping paper flying around as volunteers wrapped up toys for a lot of area youngsters. The toys will be part of the annual Lions club Christmas basket program and will guarantee some youngsters have at least one present this year. The toys were purchased and donated throughout the year then taken to the VFW where they will be wrapped. Friday will see the food baskets and toys distributed.

  • Elementary students donate food
    Elementary students donate food

    Henryetta Lions club member Brook Furer was busy Tuersday boxing up the cans of food donated by students at henryetta Elementary. The food will be distributed Friday as part of the annual Lions club Christmas Basket program.

  • Museum gets check from PSO
    Museum gets check from PSO

    Public Service Company of Oklahoma provided a check to the Territorial Museum to help defray expenses with the Vietnam Travelling Wall. Company representative Lile Stogner presented the check to Historical Society president Mike Doak Friday at the Museum. The Society sponsored the week-long exhibit that drew several thousand people to the high school track to honor those who died in Vietnam.

  • Creek cleanup underway
    Creek cleanup underway

    City crews took advantage of some good weather this week to clean out a creek bed on West Corporation. The work is designed to aleviate some of the brush and debris that has clogged the creek and led to some flooding in recent years. Also to be reworked is a bridge that spans the creek.

  • First graders see history at museum
    First graders see history at museum

    History and the Christmas holiday came together Friday when Henryetta first grade students went to the Territorial Museum. The students enjoyed a reading of the Christmas story as well as decorated the museum Christmas tree with their own hand made ornaments.

  • Scouts helping with Christmas baskets
    Scouts helping with Christmas baskets

    Henryetta's scouts were manning the buckets this weekend. The boys were at the WalMart store taking donations to be used by the Lions Club Christmas basket program. Lions and volunteers will be working this week filling the baskets, getting the toys wrapped and making deliveries Friday. The distribution will be held at the VFW this year.

   
   
   

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Church/Club News

Food baskets ready for distribution

Just over 300 Henryetta area families will have a brighter Christmas thanks to the Lons Club a [ ... ]

First Christian Church youth program set Sunday

The young members of the Henryetta First Christian Church will be presenting their annual Christmas  [ ... ]

Youngsters enjoy holiday party at American Legion

Sunday was a fun time for some 50 area youngsters at the American Legion in Henryetta. L [ ... ]

Lions Christmas basket program hitting high gear

Each year several hundred families receive the baskets of food and children are able to have a [ ... ]

   

School News

Area students make OSU honor rolls

There were 18 area students among the 5,941 named to the 2014 fall semester [ ... ]

Grade school students entertained Thursday

The popular musical cartoon, Polar Express" was brought to life [ ... ]

Jeremy Roberts receives MBA in finance

Henryettan Jeremy D. Roberts received his MBA this past weekend.
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Polar Express featured by Middle School choir

Members of the Henryetta Middle School choir took the audience  [ ... ]

   

Police/Fire

Vandals destroy vehicle windows

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Arrest made in burglary Monday

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    Mostly Cloudy 54°F 38°F

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