Donald Anderson Duffus Sr., 94

Born April 13, 1925

Died November 19, 2019

Thema Maxine Collins, 86

Born December 26, 1932

Died November 13, 2019

Carolyn Elaine LaBounty-Goats, 80

Born September 7, 1939

Died November 12, 2019


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Thursday, November 14

Book Discussion Events
Rib Sale
Future Soldier Training
Responsible Beverage Service & Sales Training (RBSS) - Muskogee
The Janway Holiday Party Challenge November Version

Friday, November 15

Rib Sale
The Janway Holiday Party Challenge November Version
Dueling in the Depot with ‘The FUN Piano Show’

Saturday, November 16

Expungement Workshop + Clinic
Expungement Workshop + Clinic
Fall Minis

Monday, July 29, 2019, 7:44 AM

The Oklahoma National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has called for the State Election Board to scuttle plans to purge 134,000 registered voters from its rolls.

According to the NAACP, data collected across the nation shows African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, low-income people, students, and voters with disabilities are disproportionately harmed by “use it or lose it” voter purging processes.

“This voter purge is based on a shaky foundation and will greatly harm unaware voters of this threat to their democratic right to vote,” said NAACP President Anthony R. Douglas. “It is well known by the State Board of Elections that these mailers promote voter disenfranchisement, as expert studies have found that more than 60 percent of all voters receiving these mailers mistake them for junk mail, are confused or otherwise do not respond. We find it troubling and inexcusable that the State Board of Elections has not attempted to outreach to the public to alert voters that their voting rights are threatened, and they need to take action.”