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Muscogee (Creek) Nation to commemorate improved intersection east of tribal complex in Okmulgee

Muscogee (Creek) Nation to commemorate improved intersection east of tribal complex in Okmulgee

Tulsa World
From Staff Reports
Nov 13, 2019

OKMULGEE — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation, in partnership with Okmulgee County and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, will officially commemorate the reopening of a realigned intersection east of the tribal complex.

The intersection of Oklahoma 56 loop and Mission Road — about a mile east of the tribal complex — was realigned and pavement conditions were improved in order to make the previously hazardous intersection safer, officials said.

The event will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the intersection with James Floyd, Muscogee (Creek) Nation principal chief; Jesse Allen, MCN secretary of interior affairs; and Bobby Hardridge, Okmulgee County commissioner... FULL ARTICLE

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