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

Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 7:56 AM

The Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office received a drone bought with grant money from the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office.

Sheriff Rob Frazier showed off the new drone yesterday. The drone was ordered several weeks ago after the sheriff’s office received grant money from the Oklahoma attorney general’s office.

The drone, a DJI Mavic Pro Platinum, is equipped with a Boson 320 forward looking infrared camera, a 1080p 4K recording camera on a gimbal, a DVR for recording thermal and video simultaneously, a 7-inch LCD monitor that can display thermal images in real time.

The drone has built-in obstacle avoidance, a flight time of about 27 minutes, and can travel up to 2 1/4 miles.

The sheriff’s office began the process of obtaining a drone after it became clear it would benefit public safety of Muskogee County. The drone can assist in search and rescue, manhunts, missing persons cases, and many other aspects of public safety, according to Nick Mahoney of the sheriff’s office.

“The ability to deploy a drone, and especially a drone with thermal imaging gives the sheriff’s office the ability to search an area, search for suspects or escapees, and look for missing children or persons more effectively and safely than we could before,” Frazier said. “With the grant funds we were able to get the drone, extra batteries, a carrying case and some other needed accessories.”

The drone was custom built and the vendor discounted the price to help the sheriff’s office stay under budget.

Deputies are currently enrolled into a drone school, where they will become licensed by the FAA to fly and operate the drone.