Archive - Nov 2011
I am thankful for my family, friends, and health. I am also thankful for the people that I have known in the past that have helped me become who I am today â€“ Deanna
I am thankful for an outstanding ball team and stupendous family and friends â€“ Jamie
I am thankful for my family, friends, good health, and our well-being. I am especially thankful for my husband, children, and our little pet cats and dogs. I am grateful for my co-workers because they are like family, especially my BFF, Penny â€“ Susan
I am thankful for the universe â€“ Jake
Editor's Note â€” This is the first of a two-part story previewing the upcoming Poteau High School basketball teams. The Pirates' preview will be in Saturday's paper.
The Oklahoma State University 2011 Christmas Baseball Camps will be next month at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium in Stillwater.
The 2011 Cowboy Youth Christmas Camp Sessions for those who are in grades two through eight will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 10 for the first session, and the same time for the second session on Dec. 11. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. both days. The camp cost is $200.
Happy Thanksgiving. Todayâ€™s column is going to be about being thankful. Last weekend was a great weekend, and not because I killed a big buck. It was a great weekend because my boys had a good time with their friends, and we all got to camp and visit with my dad and several of my uncles, cousins, and close friends. I am thankful for my family and friends.
We did not kill many deer. As a matter of fact, we didnâ€™t even see that many deer, but we had a great time and ate better than most people do when they go out to eat. I am thankful that my dad is still able to be the camp cook.
By Regina Smith
One local family has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. A local baby is finally coming home from the hospital a mere nine months and four days after he was born with a rare heart defect.
Liam Lyon returned to Cameron Tuesday afternoon just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Behind strong defensive pressure, which forced the Western Oklahoma State College Lady Pioneers into 27 turnovers, the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings won their Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference opener 71-51 Monday night at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
Despite getting 29 points from Adrion Webber, the Vikings dropped their conference opener 78-77 in overtime to the Pioneers in the second game of Monday night's OCAC doubleheader.
When Sheila Jones left Pansy Kidd Middle School's girls basketball teams to take the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets coaching job, it left a void with the Lady Raiders teams.
When Rachel Morgan heard about the opening and the quality of players, it was a chance she could not pass up.