ⓘ Porum, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Porum, Oklahoma

Porum is a town in Muskogee County, Oklahoma, United States. It was named for John Porum Davis, a rancher, Civil War veteran, and Cherokee Nation councilman from the Canadian District in Indian Territory. The community was first known as Porum Gap, which united with another village named Starvilla in 1905. The product of this union became the present town of Porum. The population was 727 at the 2010 census, an 0.3 percent increase from 725 at the 2000 census.

                                     
  • school in Oklahoma and Wisconsin. Cannaday owned a dairy farm and a meat processing plan in Porum Oklahoma Cannaday served on the Porum Board of Education
  • finally comes to an end at SH - 2 about 1.5 miles 2.4 km south of Porum Oklahoma Department of Transportation. 2008 Control Section Maps, Pittsburg
  • highway passes the eastern terminus of SH - 71, south of the town of Porum Oklahoma 10 miles 16 km later, SH - 2 meets US - 266, which it will overlap until
  • His parents were Robert Lee Davis and Patricia Horton Davis, of Porum Oklahoma Talmadge had 2 younger brothers, James W. Davis and Bobby R. Davis
  • organization: the L.J. Jenkins Bull Riding Tour. Jenkins resides outside Porum Oklahoma on a 600 acre cattle ranch. Catching up with 2006 PBR World Finals
  • SH - 10, US - 64, and SH - 100, while eastbound traffic was diverted through Porum and Stigler along SH - 2, SH - 9, and US - 59. Delays of thirty to fifty minutes
  • School in Spokane and Cogswell High School of San Francisco. Born in Porum Oklahoma Hunton played collegiately at Gonzaga and graduated in June 1927.
  • Muskogee county seat Boynton Braggs Council Hill Fort Gibson Haskell Oktaha Porum Summit Taft Wainwright Warner Webbers Falls River Bottom Sand Hill Simms
  • Hill Parkland Pawhuska Pawnee Peoria Pettit Picher Pittsburg Pocola Porter Porum Poteau Prue Pryor Quapaw Quinton Ralston Romana Red Oak Redbird Rentiesville
  • School, Muskogee Oktaha High School, Oktaha Oklahoma School for the Blind, Muskogee Porum High School, Porum Warner High School, Warner Webbers Falls High
  • Grant County Porter Consolidated Schools, Porter, Wagoner County Porum Public Schools, Porum Muskogee County Poteau Public Schools, Poteau, Le Flore County