Saturday Aug 16
Elderly Chouteau Man Killed In Broadside Crash On U.S. 412
An 81-year-old Chouteau man was killed in a Saturday afternoon crash in Mayes County, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
News9 Oklahoma City
11 People Hospitalized When Semi Rear-Ends Tour Bus
Eleven people were taken to Tulsa hospitals after their tour bus was rear-ended by a semi in Mayes County early Thursday.
Driver in critical condition after bus collision
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says more than a dozen people were injured when a tractor-trailer rear-ended a bus in north Oklahoma.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Mayes County Reports 911 Service Outage
The emergency management director for Mayes County reports a county-wide 911 outage Monday.
Damaged Fiber Optic Line Affecting 911 Service in Mayes Co.
Few details are available at this time, but officials with Mayes County Emergency Management stated that the 911 center was not available for residents across the county.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
9-Year-Old Child Drowns At Blue Hole Park In Mayes County
Grand River Dam Authority Police say a 9-year-old child has drowned at Blue Hole Park, a popular swimming area on Saline Creek near Salina.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Spavinaw Holds Meeting Over Future Of Police Force
A small Green Country town is learning what the future holds for its police force after its chief was arrested for child molestation.
Spavinaw City Leaders to Select New Police Chief
Spavinaw city leaders will hold a special meeting Thursday in an effort to select a new police chief for the Mayes County town.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Mayes County Man Found Guilty Of Murdering His Mother
Jurors recommended William Wilkerson serve life in prison without parole for stabbing his mom to death near Locust Grove nearly two years ago.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The Daily Times
Wilkerson trial begins in Pryor
"At the conclusion of this case if you find him guilty, I'm going to ask you to essentially lock that man in a cage for the rest of his life," said Mayes County Assistant District Attorney Marny Hill in the jury selection process for William Wilkerson's trial.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The City Wire
Proposed Oklahoma law could limit areas allowed for strip clubs
A move by an Oklahoma state representative could potentially limit any future growth of strip clubs and other adult oriented businesses in the eastern Oklahoma areas near the Fort Smith and Northwest Arkansas regions.
Spavinaw Police Cheif Arrested On Lewd Molestation Complaints
Agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation on Thursday arrested the Spavinaw police chief on complaints of lewd molestation.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
The News Journal
Data center near Newark sold
A data center near Newark that was used by CondA© Nast Publications, which owns titles such as Vanity Fair and Wired, was recently sold.