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Two young men accused of setting a fire that destroyed a replica of barracks at a historic Army post in southern Oklahoma have been given four-year deferred sentences. Bryan County District Judge Mark Campbell also ordered Skylar Forster and Travis
She was driving a 1999 Toyota south on Oklahoma 80 near Oklahoma 251A, about 4 miles north of Fort Gibson at 7:53 p.m., when the vehicle went left of center on a curve, troopers said. She overcorrected, causing the vehicle to spin 180 degrees,
Winfield Scott between the Kansas Territory forts and Fort Gibson in Oklahoma. Officials with the local byway committee requested the new name to help describe the trail's importance in supplying soldiers stationed on the
The historian LeRoy Fischer has said that no area of the country, not Virginia or Georgia or Tennessee, suffered more during the Civil War than Indian Territory...The Creek village some people called Tulsey Town disappeared from the heights
Mario Rosales, 47, was driving a 1979 GMC El Camino south on Oklahoma 80, a half-mile north of Fort Gibson, at 11:16 p.m., when his vehicle went off the left side of the road, striking a guardrail, troopers said. The car overturned and Rosales was
Ewings 11, Woolery 6, Fowler 5, Jackson 5, Jones 4, Seymore 4, Wild 4, Atkins 2, Marshall 1, Albertson 1...Okmulgee (0-3): Mitchell 12, Bryant 6, Mayfield 6, Weaver 5, Smith 3, Hess 2, Metcalf 2, Porter 2...Newkirk: Oakes 17, Marlor 13, Pulley 9,
The Fort Gibson Historic Site is taking reservations for the 2010 edition of the Candlelight Tour...To reserve a spot or for more information, call (918) 478-4088, or e-mail email@example.com ...This year's production set in 1824 is titled "
The replica of a military barracks at Fort Washita in southeastern Oklahoma has been destroyed by fire. The fire at the two-story building was reported about 7:30 a.m...The state fire marshal's office is looking for the cause of the blaze. The site
Michael Lee Smith, 47, was fishing with a friend at about 7:15 p.m. near Rocky Point when he decided to jump into the water to cool off. He never resurfaced, according to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol...If you want to bookmark this
It would take equally overwhelming forces to break the family apart...Murrell's former home is the only remaining antebellum plantation in Oklahoma. During the 1800s, it was the abode of wealthy and influential figures, including prominent Cherokees.