Archive - Jul 22, 2011
There are currently, and will be more, activities going on at Wolf Ridge Golf Club.
Every Monday is Church League play, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Women's League takes place at 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays, followed by the Men's League at 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays.
Prior to Men's League play, every Wednesday for $25 plus tax golfers can play 18 holes and rent golf carts.
In September, two special golf tournaments will take place. The Carl Albert Coaches Classic will be Sept. 19.
WILBURTON â€” Eastern Oklahoma State College has named Craig Price as the new coach of Mountaineer Baseball. Price, who has spent four seasons as the Wilburton community collegeâ€™s assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, will take over the position vacated by Aric Thomas, who left earlier this month to take an assistant coaching job with the University of Oklahoma â€” which is where Thomas played collegiate baseball.
An semi-tractor trailer loaded with live chickens overturned on the Cavanal Scenic Expressway at the overpass crossing highway 271 Thursday morning. The truck and a car collided and caused the cab to strike the shoulder barricade causing its load to shift and the trailer to turn onto its side, spilling its load across the highway. No one was injured in the accident and emergency crews and clean up crews were able to clear the accident scene quickly allowing traffic to resume.
PDN photo by Carrie Carberry
It's too hot to fish, too hot for golf and I hope it's too cold at home. My air conditioner runs all day long and barely keeps up. I can't believe it's been this hot for this long. Therefore, I don't have as much fishing information as I normally do.
Football is looming in the air â€” I can't wait. John Perry has got me coaching the third-grade Poteau Pirates Bandit League team, and we all went to a coaches meeting Wednesday night in Roland. It's going to be fun!