honor of the Chickasaw Chief, Tishominko,
the City of Tishomingo is rich in history
and natural beauty.
Constructed from local granite,
the 1898 Chickasaw Capitol Building
and the 1902 Harris Building highlight
the historic district along Capitol Avenue.
Two Oklahoma governors,
William H."Alfalfa Bill" Murray, and his son,
Johnston Murray, were from Tishomingo.
Scenic Pennington Creek flows through the city
and into the adjoining National Wildlife Refuge.
Murray State College, a public community college
with transfer and vocational programs, provides
educational opportunities and cultural enrichment.
We welcome visitors, new and returning residents,
and business development.
Chikashsha Garden on Main Street
Inca from Veteran's Memorial on Capitol Avenue
Tishomingo City Hall
1130 E. Main
Fax: 580 371 2105
Manager: Steve Kelly
2014 City Code of Ordinances now
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