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McCurtain Daily Gazette  
107 South Central; P.O. Box 179
Idabel, OK 74745
580-286-3321

The McCurtain Daily Gazette is published daily Tuesday through Friday afternoons of each week and on Sundays, except for certain legal holidays; on recycled paper.

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miriam Gilstrap
I love that part of Oklahoma,and never missed the McCurtain Gazette.
I have been living out of state now for a while.
Recently visited,and was wondering where all the (I understand)Somalia's muslims have come from?

Reminds me of the Vietnamese that were brought in years ago to work at the poultry plant,even had mobil homes sat up across from the plant.

Also have heard the government brought them there ,and most work for the Tyson plant.

Needless to say I no longer purchase any Tyson products.
I did feel like I might get the truth from you.There are few enough jobs in McCurtain county ,as it is.Would appreciate a response. Miriam Glstrap
miriam Gilstrap at at 03:14PM, 2012/01/13.
karen stevens ferrell
Would like to see the Thank you ad for Kelly Mundell. I am his Sister and cannot purchase a paper. Please email the Ad.

Karen Ferrell
karen stevens ferrell at at 10:37AM, 2012/06/17.
Christylynn Weilert
Here of some pictures of Idabel's firemen hard at work trying to salvage a house fire on Avenue B between 6th and 7th street.
Christylynn Weilert at at 12:28PM, 2014/06/29.
Christylynn Weilert
If you cannot see the pics you can find them on my facebook christyweilert@yahoo.com
Christylynn Weilert at at 12:29PM, 2014/06/29.
Jerry Reinke
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

JOPLIN, Mo. — Broken Bow Health and Rehabilitation is very proud that Certified Nursing Assistants Brad Graham and Shannon Lewis have recently Completed On line Training from the National Association of Health Care Assistants and has earned the credentials as Skilled CNAs. Also, Jackie James recently graduated from the National Association of Health Care Assistants’ eight-module certified preceptor course and is recognized as a NAHCA Certified Preceptor. The multi-media programs, written and delivered by NAHCA, provide instruction and coaching to ensure Caregiver students understand how important they are to healthcare, and education is the key to a successful career in the field of caregiving for the frail and elderly. Furthermore, the NAHCA Virtual Campus of Care (NVCC) assists learners to understand how to effectively mentor and train new nursing assistants entering the profession of caregiving to the frail and elderly. By completing the on line courses, each participant demonstrates the knowledge and tools needed to building the most consistent and stable team of professional caregivers at Broken Bow Health and Rehabilitation. “We are always very pleased that CNAs invest the time to learn how they can positively influence new nursing assistants and help them succeed,” said NAHCA Senior Vice-President of Membership Services Jeff Carter. “It also demonstrates the desire of the long term care provider, Broken Bow Health and Rehabilitation, to invest in their staff to provide the best care possible. “Ultimately, the frail and elderly benefit greatly with a consistent and skilled team of CNAs to provide what is often life sustaining care.”

Jerry Reinke, PDC
Professional Development Coach
NAHCA Academy
Jerry Reinke at at 10:37AM, 2014/09/30.
Tony Bice
In search of a friend from that area that I knew many years ago....James "Tuffy" Wilson. Possibly spelled "Tuffie". Lived in Broken Bow and dated a younger girl named Tina. Please contact me ASAP at tntbice15@gmail.com
Tony Bice at at 12:41AM, 2014/10/11.

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