John Hammans, 62

Born July 23, 1956

Died April 18, 2019

Sharon Jean Long, 69

Born April 10, 1950

Died April 18, 2019

Victor Ivan Clement Jr, 70

Born May 3, 1948

Died April 17, 2019


Our death notices and obits are always free to the families and funeral homes.


Saturday, April 20

Easter Egg Hunt
Easter Egg Hunts at the USS Batfish!
2nd Annual Glow In The Dark Egg Hunt
Free Banjo Clinic! - Earl Scruggs Style
Easter Celebration
JJ Baldwin & Casey West Live @ Max’s Garage
Candy From Heaven Helicopter Candy Drop
The Choice
Women's Professional Basketball Team Tryouts
Harley Tinsley
9th Annual WISH benefit
"Celebrate 420 On Broadway"
Movie Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Honor Heights Park - Azalea Festival
420 Grand Opening Party
Downtown Muskogee Walking Tour
Oklahoma Open/Concealed Carry Class (OSDA Class)
Chalk it Up with Keya
Traveling Exhibition: Blessings of Liberty & The Bill of Rights
Journey To Jesus

Sunday, April 21

Easter At Genesis
Annual Easter Services & Egg Hunt
The Choice
Easter at New Community Church
Honor Heights Park - Azalea Festival
Easter Sunday Services
Traveling Exhibition: Blessings of Liberty & The Bill of Rights
Home Church of Muskogee Gathering/Discussion
Christian Life Class - Jonah - You Can't Outrun Grace
Young Couples' Class - "Think Differently"
Sunday Celebration Service 10:30 AM
Easter 8:30am Experience
Easter at Eastside
Margaret Artist Taylor - Citizen of the Arts Award
Easter...The Life
Easter Sunday
Easter 11:30am Experience
Easter Sunday!

Monday, April 22

Ceremonial Swearing In: Evelyn Hibbs, Ward 1 City Councilor
Honor Heights Park - Azalea Festival
Traveling Exhibition: Blessings of Liberty & The Bill of Rights
April Foundations
MIN 4523: American Indian Ministry Internship 2019
Financial Fitness at Your Library
Microsoft Excel II - An Intermediate Course
Responsible Beverage Service & Sales Training (RBSS) - Muskogee

Thursday, October 25, 2018, 7:29 AM

The family of a girl severely injured at a Muskogee daycare have sued the daycare center.

The suit alleges that, on Aug. 9, the six-year-old girl arrived at Champions Daycare in good health “with her face and skull intact.” While at the daycare, the girl suffered “severe and perhaps permanently disfiguring wounds to her face.” The wounds include “a fractured orbital bone (the bone surrounding the eye), damage to roots of her teeth, contusion to the inside of her mouth and a severe disfiguring gash to her upper lip.”

The suit further alleges that Champions neglected to provide adequate supervision and that once they became aware of her injuries, they didn’t call 911. Instead, the daycare’s director, Opal Jimerson, transported the girl in her personal vehicle to an urgent care center.

The suit goes on to name the Department of Human Services (DHS), stating that it supervises and regulates the daycare, finding numerous violations of state rules for daycares, yet taking no disciplinary action against the daycare. Some of the violations included deficient supervision, an open gate where children could walk out into the street, a kitchen knife easily accessible by poorly-supervised children, an open mop bucked accessible to the children and uncertified or under-certified workers.

The day after the girl was injured, DHS found that Champions lacked adequate supervision. DHS later erased that opinion without explanation.

You can read the lawsuit here.