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Muskogee's many neighborhoods make it an idyllic place to live.
The City of Muskogee Foundation’s grants of nearly $5 million annually go a long way toward improving health care, education, culture and recreation.
Muskogee man sets Guinness World Records in effort to represent the United States, Oklahoma and Native Americans.
Community leaders who are activists for change and improvements in Muskogee, OK are the mayor, a consultant and a college president.
New renovation and expansion projects will enable Muskogee, OK's growth and improvement.
Muskogee, OK is proud of its veterans, with strong health care and quality of life activities available to them.
Muskogee, known to many from Merle Haggard's famous song, Okie from Muskogee, is about 50 miles southeast of Tulsa. A popular motorcycling destination, the city also hosts many festivals, concerts and events. Surrounded by rivers, lakes, gardens and woodlands, the city offers a host of outdoor activities. The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Muskogee a "distinctive destination".
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