MIAMI — The Miami Public Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to move all 4th and 5th grade students in the district to Nichols Elementary for the 2015/2016 school year during a special meeting Wednesday.
COMMERCE — The Commerce Days Festival is back and bigger than ever. The 4th annual festival will be May 28 through May 30 at Sill Park located behind the Tiger Stop in Commerce.
05/11/2015 — TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a weight loss program that encourages you to reach your goal weight. We offer helpful information to aide you in your journey. If you are interested in a Weight Loss support group, we’d love to have you visit us. For more information call Debra Matthews 918-961-2100.
American Legion Auxiliary met May 5th, at the Legion Hall. President Linda Boyd called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m.
MIAMI — Route 66 has a new destination in Miami.
The City of Miami G.A.R. Cemetery is pleased to host their annual Memorial Day Ceremony for the public on Monday, May 25th Cemetery Directory Kim Horn expressed that the G.A.R. Cemetery staff is trying to accommodate more of the public with the new time. “We want to allow more people to be able to attend the ceremony, and still have time for other things that they want to do on that day.”
Most people have heard of Jackie Robinson and some have heard of Satchel Paige. Many may have heard of Kansas City’s 1924 World Champion Monarchs, but few know how connected they were to our local community. On Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m., author Phil Dixon will be at the Miami Public Library to talk about the Monarchs’ visits to Picher, Oklahoma to play ball.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Charges will not be filed against members of a public board after an apparent low bidder was passed over for demolition work on the Tar Creek Superfund cleanup site.