PRYOR, Oklahoma - The Oklahoma State Department of Health reports the following numbers for COVID-19 and Flu cases throughout the state.
PRYOR, Oklahoma - At the end of last month, Pryor's Economic Development Trust Authorities chair asked for two items to be on the agenda for the October EDTA meeting held on October 18 at noon. One was to discuss what could be done right now to improve our Main Street Corridor. The second …
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Pryor City Council met in an open meeting on Tuesday, October 5 , 2021. Council member Dennis Nance was not present at the meeting.
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TAHLEQUAH, Okla., — The Cherokee Nation on Tuesday enrolled its 400,000th tribal citizen and continues to process a historic record number of citizenship applications.
Rogers State University’s Esports program has finalized an agreement with the National Esports Collegiate Conference to compete with the best esports programs across the country.
PRYOR, Oklahoma - National Voter Registration Day is the fourth Tuesday in September and urges citizens to register to vote. More than 300,000 Americans registered to vote on the inaugural day of the observance in 2012. That number jumped to 800,000 in 2018. The day helps to ensure eligible …
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Pryor City Council met in an open meeting on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Council members Jon Ketcher and Brianna Brakefield were not present at this meeting . The first 11 minutes of the meeting did not have audio through the Youtube Channel. Due to the silence, there was …
PRYOR, Oklahoma - For over 20 years the City of Pryor has levied a 5% excise tax on Hotels and Motels. This year a total of $109,343.51 was collected according to the June 2021 fund balance sheet presented at the most recent Hotel/Motel Board meeting. These dollars were allocated at the Pr…
Earlier this year, Oklahoma became one of the few Republican-led states to expand, rather than restrict voting access.
During the Economic Development Trust Authority meeting, attorney Nathan Ellis with The Public Finance Law Group explained what a TIF District is and how they work. Mr. Ellis said that The Public Finance Law Group has clients throughout Oklahoma and that they specialize in public finance law…
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education has recognized a partnership between Rogers State University and Pryor Public Schools that creates an accelerated pathway to college degrees. RSU President Dr. Larry Rice presented the award to Pryor Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Mulle…
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Pryor City Council met in an open meeting on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. All council members were present at the meeting.
PRYOR, Oklahoma - Only one intersection was open to cross the Union Pacific Railroad tracks in Pryor earlier today. The traffic was diverted for approximately three hours while the Pryor Police Department worked an accident where a train struck a pedestrian walking along the tracks.
PRYOR, Okla. - The Pryor City Council approved multiple organizations to receive funding last night. The following is a list of those organization and a brief description of their mission within the community.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – After a decade of dramatic expansion of the Cherokee Nation health system, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. unveiled plans to construct a new hospital that will replace the W.W. Hastings Hospital facility, and to make historic investments in order to build a comprehensive …
Since the middle of July, Covid deaths in Oklahoma have grown from 2 per day to 27. In the past, the Oklahoma death rate has been below the national average, but Oklahoma now has more Covid deaths per 100,000 population than the U.S. average. The Oklahoma Covid death rate is now 8th in the nation.
Pryor City Council met in an open meeting on Tuesday, August 17, 2021. Councilmember Randy Chitwood was not physically present at this meeting, however, he did join via phone and was able to participate, but not vote.
On August 7, a fatality wreck occurred at the intersection of State Highway 20 and Carbide Road. The accident involved 10 people and cost a 30-year-old her life. A Toyota Highlander failed to yield at the stop sign on Carbide Road and was struck on the driver's side by an elderly couple hea…
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Nine Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilors were sworn into office Saturday as they pledged to preserve, protect and defend the Cherokee Nation Constitution during their four-year terms.