DEATHS

Barbara Ann Sommers, 79

Born June 23, 1939

Died March 25, 2019

Dorothy June Dunlap, 92

Born July 4, 1926

Died March 22, 2019

Carl Lee Cruce, 76

Born June 22, 1942

Died March 21, 2019

Mary Ann Kinion , 54

Born February 27, 1965

Died March 21, 2019

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THINGS TO DO

Monday, March 25

Microsoft Excel 2 - An Intermediate Course
MIN 4523: American Indian Ministry Internship 2019

Tuesday, March 26

Amnesty Day (Muskogee)
Tahlequah Outreach - Knowing Your Role in the Closing Process
LiveLoveCycle Indoor Training
Muskogee City & County Warrant Amnesty Days
Serger University

Wednesday, March 27

Amnesty Day (Muskogee)
Dinner Church
Serger University
Muskogee City & County Warrant Amnesty Days
Microsoft Excel 2 - An Intermediate Course
Doers of the Word Children's Program
Bacone American Indian Studies emphasis in Tribal Leadership
Sign Language classes

Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 10:15 AM

For people across the nation, this week is a chance to learn more about the incredible animals native to North America, their habitats, and how to help them thrive.

“There’s not a better state in the nation to live and work than Oklahoma - and a big part of that is our outdoor traditions and fantastic natural resources,” said Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt. “From the wide-open prairies that I call home, to the pine-covered mountains in the southeast, we have it all in Oklahoma and should take a moment this week to count our blessings for our great wildlife populations and their habitats.”

Oklahoma boasts 13 ecoregions which support over 800 species of fish and wildlife. These thriving wildlife populations provide Oklahomans with substantial recreation opportunities, including hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing.

“The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and the game wardens they employ are doing an outstanding job working to make Oklahoma a top wildlife state,” said Rep. Kevin McDugle, R-Broken Arrow. “Because of their work hunters and anglers of Oklahoma are able to find more opportunities to enjoy hunting and fishing. I am proud of the work they are doing and personally appreciate the opportunities I have to hunt and fish.”

The Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation is responsible for managing wildlife and their habitats, and they operate without any state tax dollars. In Oklahoma, hunters and anglers support the bulk of wildlife conservation efforts through their license and equipment purchases.

“We in Oklahoma are blessed to have a rich hunting and fishing heritage, coupled with more ecodiversity per acre than any other state,” said J.D. Strong, Director of the Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife. “This gives us unprecedented opportunity to be a leader in growing hunting and fishing, not to mention the more than $2 billion in economic benefit it brings to the state. It’s great to have legislative leaders that recognize the positive economic impact generated by hunting and fishing, along with the vast wildlife conservation effort that is sustained as a result.”

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