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Muskogee County Sheriff Rob Frazier has embarked on a 10-week trip to Quantico, Virginia, headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

A group of people involved with a Muskogee-based cannabis conglomerate have been working behind the scenes for months preparing to take the state’s new, but rapidly growing, industry “to the next level.”

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame recognizes residents whose work has brought honor or distinction to the heritage of the state. The first Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony was held in November 1928, and has been an annual event ever since. The first female inductee was Elizabeth Fulton Hester of Muskogee. Hester’s resume was impressive – a nurse during the Civil War, speaker for women’s suffrage, and founder of the Muskogee Day Nursery.

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame recognizes residents whose work has brought honor or distinction to the heritage of the state. The first Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony was held in November 1928, and has been an annual event ever since. The first female inductee was Elizabeth Fulton Hester of Muskogee. Hester’s resume was impressive – a nurse during the Civil War, speaker for women’s suffrage, and founder of the Muskogee Day Nursery.