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DEATHS

Linda Sue Welch Platt, 74

Born August 25, 1946

Died April 16, 2021

Aileen Pitts, 89

Born November 26, 1931

Died April 11, 2021

Viola Piggee, 88

Born February 11, 1933

Died April 10, 2021

Juanita June Frazier, 91

Born June 17, 1929

Died April 10, 2021

Robert Fox, 85

Born February 3, 1936

Died April 9, 2021

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THINGS TO DO

Friday, April 16

Weekly Job Fair

Sunday, April 18

Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Five Civilized Tribes Museum

Thursday, December 3, 2020, 7:44 AM

State Rep. Avery Frix, R-Muskogee, commented on the announcement that Muskogee has been designated as one of nine Centers for Workforce Excellence under the Oklahoma Works Together program. The program establishes a local, industry-based workforce model that can be used to help existing businesses find workers and attract new industry to the state.

“Muskogee and the Port of Muskogee is a key entryway into the state of Oklahoma with many beneficial assets to area residents and employers,” Frix said. “This designation and its alignment between workforce and education will allow us to continue to expand the number of jobs we offer and to attract additional business and industry to our area of the state. This in turn will benefit our local economy, that of our entire region and our great state.”

The Muskogee County CWE brings together education, industry and community partners to provide a talent pipeline for current and prospective industry. The designation will build on the area’s longstanding collaborative partnerships and coordinated workforce delivery system, and includes representation by employers, industry-led associations, educational institutions, training providers, workforce partners, tribal governments, state agencies, and non-profit organizations.

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