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  • KATE MILLER Special to the American-Tribune
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First United Methodist Church of Coweta members gathered along with family, friends, and statewide church leadership to celebrate the retiring of a 15-year-old mortgage on October 15.

Wagoner native Malcolm Rodriguez has burned his redshirt with the Oklahoma State Cowboys and has begun seeing playing time as a true freshman.

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The City of Wagoner was honored recently for its efforts to improve health and quality of life with a TSET Healthy Communities Incentive Grant.

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The Coweta Public Library and Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI), Northeast Center of Healthy Aging will offer a “Caring For You, Caring For Me” program beginning Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 1 p.m.

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The Cherokee Nation and Muscogee Creek Nation were among tribes that received large awards through the Department of Justice (DOJ) to enhance public health and safety, it was announced last week by Brian Kuester, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma and others in the DOJ.

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Leaders with multiple service agencies gathered at the Wagoner County Courthouse Wednesday, Oct. 4 for the reading of a proclamation by Wagoner Mayor Albert Jones declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the community.

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Saturday, Sept. 30 was a somber, yet special day for the mothers of military personnel who have given the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The Broken Arrow Elks Lodge held an evening service to honor the Gold Star mothers and remember their loved ones.

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  • By JOHN FERGUSON Staff Writer
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Karen Holmes has Coweta in her DNA. So, it comes as no surprise when it came time to modernize her State Farm Insurance agency, Holmes tore down the old building and rebuilt on the same spot.

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The eyes of Coweta residents were on the corner of Highway 51 and 141st Street late last week when the original Roy’s Chicken facility was demolished. When the dust settled and the debris was removed, the new restaurant building just to the east of the intersection came into full view.