Randall Ray Woodall, 62

Born February 26, 1959

Died September 22, 2021

Jessie Madalyn Bingham, 96

Born May 11, 1925

Died September 22, 2021

Terry Jean Roach, 70

Born March 26, 1951

Died September 19, 2021

Virginia L. Cothran, 86

Born April 16, 1935

Died September 19, 2021

Ricky Jake Hamon, 51

Born December 31, 1969

Died September 18, 2021

Margaret A. Johnson, 70

Born August 8, 1951

Died September 18, 2021

William Kenneth Bailey, 76

Born August 27, 1945

Died September 18, 2021


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Tuesday, September 7, 2021, 6:55 AM

Bacone College continues to promote health and safety in both learning and work environments through the implementation of a new COVID policy. The policy provides prevention strategies aimed at keeping the College community, as well as the surrounding communities safe and healthy.

“We are educating our students and employees about COVID-19 and its multiple variants,” said Dr. Ferlin Clark, Bacone College president. “At the same time, through partners who are donating masks and sanitizers, health experts from the Muskogee County Health Department provided information as well as vaccination opportunities that protect us from the Covid virus.”

The Muskogee County Health Department provided students and staff with the opportunity to receive a COVID shot, as well as had staff on hand to answer questions that might be presented while on campus.

During their talk with Bacone staff and students, D’Elbie Walker, Community Engagement and Health Program Manager for Muskogee County Health Department and her staff delivered COVID education: steps to take for prevention, vaccine updates and what to do if you are positive or if you have been exposed to COVID.

“Assisting with the health of the students at Bacone College is very important to me because I work in the healthcare field and as a Choctaw Citizen. Also, we are very appreciative of our ongoing collaboration with Dr. Clark,” she said. “We plan to continue offering testing and vaccine opportunities to students and staff.”