Archive - 2013
ARKOMA â€” After spending most his life in LeFlore County, Kinta boys basketball coach Shane Amos couldn't wait for the chance to return to coach in his neck of the woods. He got that chance.
Amos will coach the Arkoma Mustangs beginning the 2013-14 season.
â€śI've lived in Pocola for the last two years, so it [the Arkoma coaching job] was closer to home,â€ť Amos said. â€śI'm more familiar with this area. My wife and I have a little one on the way due in December. They say timing is everything. I can now spend more time with my family.â€ť
Registration is open for the 2013 LeFlore County Express Fall Soccer League.
Registration can be done through the Internet at www.leflorecountysoccer.com.
Late registration cost per child is $40.
Payment method details are available at the website.
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The Poteau Area Recreational Complex will have the Men's ASA District Tournament July 12-13.
Entry fee is $175 per team. Deadline for entry is 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Teams must pay with cashier's check, money order, or cash. Cashier checks and money orders made out to the City of Poteau.
Brooklyn Leann Chance, 9 of Spiro died Monday, July 1, 2013. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 6 in the Mallory-Martin Funeral Home chapel.
Johnnie Joe Dorey, 95, of Poteau died Wednesday, July 3, 2013, in Poteau. Johnnie was born Aug. 8, 1917, in Poteau to Otha and Emma (White) Johnson. She was a homemaker. Johnnie was preceded in death by her husband, the Rev. Wilferd â€śBusterâ€ť Dorey Jr.; her parents; six sisters, Grace Marler, Elenor Dorey, Elise Welch, Emma Jean Hanley, Syble Neff, Billie Dean Stock; and brothers, Bud Johnson and Tommy Allen Johnson. Johnnie was the oldest senior member of Pleasant Valley Free Will Baptist Church. She was a preacherâ€™s wife for more than 30 years. Johnnie was a loving wife, mother, grandmother.
Midget Regional Tournament
At Willie Darneal Field, Panama
Poteau Outlaws 7, Sallisaw Cardinals 1
Kingston Outlaws 8, Panama Boomers 3
Stilwell Indians 14, Sallisaw Cardinals 1
Peewee Regional Tournament
Durant Diamondbacks 11, Sallisaw Titans 0
Stonewall Longhorns 5, Talihina Tigers 4
Muldrow Chargers 6, Heavener Thunder 3, 8 inn.
Keota Heat 19, Spiro Heat 7
Coach-Pitch Regional Tournament
At Heavener Blues Park
Sallisaw Cardinals 13, Caddo Bruins 0
Durant Lions 15, Porum Yankees 2
Sallisaw Cardinals 16, Poteau Sluggers 3
Durant Lions 20, Wister Wildcats 13
Happy Fourth of July! I hope everyone is enjoying time at the lake, having backyard barbecues and spending time with family and friends today. We are visiting with several of my cousins and friends in Wister. It should be a great day.
Cash and I have been going fishing this week since I finally got my boat out, and have a little morning time to hit the lake. I was afraid that since it was going to be July before I had any time to fish that it was going to be smokinâ€™ hot, but this week has been unusually cool.
Sam Hutchison, 88, of Poteau died Tuesday, July 2, 2013, in Talihina. Wilmer Samuel Hutchison was born Jan. 8, 1925, in Cameron to Wilmer and Abby (Carpenter) Hutchison. Sam was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was a mechanic. Sam was preceded in death by his wife, Anna Leona Hutchison; his parents; brothers, William â€śLandis,â€ť Bobby and Vernon Hutchison; and sister, Laura Gaither.
Tru Victor Harding went to be with his savior on June 18, 2013. He was born March 5, 1998, in Davis, Calif.
He is survived by his sister, Taylor Nâ€™Cole Harding; brother, Treâ€™ Danel Harding; father, the Rev. Harry Louis â€śLouâ€ť Harding Jr.; and mother, Jacqueline â€śPaigeâ€ť Muse-Harding of Phoenix, Ariz.; grandfather, Jay W. â€śPaPaâ€ť Muse; grandmother Ruby Nell â€śMeMawâ€ť Muse of Heavener; and many aunts, uncles and friends. Tru will be truly missed until we see him at the Throne of God.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) â€” Another long-lost light fixture is returning to its home at the Oklahoma Senate.
After hearing about ongoing Senate renovations, Coy Green of Norman learned that a large floor lamp he purchased at a swap meet more than 40 years ago was housed in the Senate in 1918.
Green delivered the lamp to Senate officials on Tuesday, telling them it needed to be home.