January’s sales tax report from the state made it the sixth consecutive month that Henryetta has been in the plus column.
The town received $294,650 in sales tax revenue this month. That was a $56,473 gain from last year.
The January report is based primarily on November 2021 business. In the January report from the Oklahoma Tax Commission,
Henryetta received $55,962 in use tax money, a $6,667 gain from the previous year.
The Okmulgee County treasury deposited a $502,582 sales tax check, up $84,050 from last year.
Around the area, Okmulgee was the big gainer in sales tax money, receiving $716,379. That was up $112,405 from last year.
On the other side, Dewar and Beggs both reported losses in revenue this month. Dewar was down $5,382 and Beggs dropped $7,613.
Statewide, $193,129,239 in sales tax collections returned to the cities and towns reflected an increase of $28,947,950.

 Town  2022  2021  Gain/Loss
Dewar $16,000.82 $21,383.32 -$5,382.50
Beggs $36.723.31 $44.339.05 -$7,613.74
Checotah $455,395.93 $09,492.63 $45,903.30
Eufaula $205,609.54 $185232.17 $20,377.37
Morris $28,550.66 $22,246.93 $6,303.73
Okmulgee $716,379.05 $603,915.12 $112,463.93
Okemah $119,945.65 $106,914.10 $13031.55
Weleetka $19,691.99 $17,981.11 $1,710.88