Archive - Sep 1, 2011
Larry Miller, 67, of
Bokoshe died Tuesday,
Aug. 30, 2011. Services
will be held Saturday, Sept.
3, at 10 a.m. at the Bokoshe
Assembly of God.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Mallory-Martin
Funeral Home, Spiro.
Olen â€śPossâ€ť David Earls,
73, of Heavener died
Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2011 in
Fort Smith, Ark. He was
born July 5, 1938, in
Independence. Services will
be held Friday, Sept. 2, at
10 a.m. at the First Baptist
Church in Heavener.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Dowden
Funeral Home Heavener.
Mildred Pauline Kilgore, 94, of Poteau
died Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011 in Monroe.
Mildred was born July 6, 1917, in Hon,
Ark., to John D. and Winnie (Black)
Chester. She was a nurse. Mildred was a
member of the Pleasant Valley Free Will
Baptist Church in Poteau. She was preceded
in death by her parents; granddaughter,
Michelle Gassaway; son, Thomas M;
sister, Dovie Ruyle.
Survivors include five daughters and sons-in-law,
Jeanette and Ralph LaRosa of Monroe, Sonja and Wilburn
Clark of Protem, Mo., Anna and Donnie Weaver of
Monroe, Winnie and Ron Plate of Soldontna, Alaska,
A Spiro man is facing felony
charges in the LeFlore
District Court after he allegedly
stole then wrecked a
truck then fled the scene.
Nicholas Guinn, 19, has
been formally charged with
larceny of an automobile and
leaving the scene of an accident
involving damage stemming
from an incident on
According to the affidavit,
Guinn was walking on North
Ash St. in Spiro when he
spotted a black Chevy pickup
owned by Trudy McKinney
parked on Park Lane. Guinn
reportedly got into the truck,
started it and drove away as
McKinneyâ€™s grandson came
from the home. The grandson
A portion of the Choctaw
Nation Trail near Billy
Creek has been ordered to
be relocated after treacherous
conditions make it
unsafe for outdoor enthusiasts.
According to a decision
filed by District U.S.
Forestry Ranger John
Baldwin, a portion of the
CNT near the Billy Creek
area has a very steep and
eroded portion that has
become dangerous to those
walking the trail. In order
to make the trail safer and
more enjoyable for hikers,
the relocation of a quarter
mile of the trail will eliminate
the dangerously steep
climb along with an intermittent
A Talihina teen is facing first degree
manslaughter charges and two counts of
person involved in a personal injury
accident while under the influence of
alcohol after the LeFlore County District
Attorneyâ€™s Office filed charges
Brandon Ervin Brown, 15, of Talihina,
is accused of causing the death of 13 year
old Dalton Adams in an automobile accident
that occurred on May 20, 2011.
According to the accident report submitted
by State Trooper Orlando Perez,
Brown was driving a 2000 Mercury
Cougar approximately four miles west
A famous song lyric says, â€śTo dream the impossible dream.â€ť While Poteau High School senior quarterback Wilson Klutts may have thought one of his dreams â€” starting to begin his final season of high school football â€” seemed like it was never going to come true, he knew it would eventually. That dream will become a reality at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Costner Stadium when the Pirates begin the 2011 season entertaining the Checotah Wildcats.
The Panama Razorbacks and the Spiro Bulldogs will get the 2011 LeFlore County high school football season off and running when they meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Spiro's McClain Stadium.
The â€™Dogs won last year's match-up 27-14 at Panama's George Ollie Stadium. But Spiro Coach Chris Bunch believes his team will see a different-looking Razorback team tonight.
â€śThey have a new coach (Brandon Ellis) who's doing things different than last year,â€ť Bunch saidâ€ť. We're expecting to see some different stuff from them on defense, and a little bit of some different stuff on offense.â€ť
PANAMA â€” The Arkoma Lady Mustangs junior high softball team won its opener in Tuesday's first day of the Lady â€™Back Classic with a 10-7 win over Stigler.
Baylee White got the victory as she struck out seven batters.
Jaycee Marion had a double, while Hope Wilburn had a single and a double to pace Arkoma offensively.
WISTER â€” The Wister Lady Wildcats swept a doubleheader from the Howe Lady Lions by scores of 12-2 and 9-1 Tuesday afternoon at home.
Panama 11, Pocola 1; Panama 7, Sallisaw-Central 0; Pocola 7, Sallisaw-Central 4: In Panama, the Lady Razorbacks (10-7) won the third time in their last four games in winning both games of Tuesday's home three-way.