February 10th, 2015
It was a pretty good day for LeFlore Countyâ€™s Organization of Rural Elementary Schools as the 2015 playoffs began on Saturday.
In the Division II playoffs, both Hodgen teams posted wins Saturday at McAlester Frink-Chambers Middle School. The â€™Dogs got past Lane 41-37, while the Lady Bulldogs routed Idabel Denison 32-9.
In the Division II playoffs, the Shady Point Warriors won their postseason opener, beating Tannehill 43-39 Saturday at Frink-Chambers Middle School to set up a match-up with Harmony, which took place Monday night at the same site.
A basket with seven seconds left in regulation was the game-winner for the Muldrow Bulldogs, who celebrated homecoming with a 48-47 victory over the Poteau Pirates on Friday night in Muldrow.
The Lady Pirates had an early lead, but from there it was all Lady Bulldogs as they made it a homecoming sweep of Poteau with a 42-25 victory.
RED OAK â€” The Howe Lady Lions will have to wait until next season to try for another unbeaten season.
The Red Oak Lady Eagles handed the Lady Lions their first loss of the season with a 65-52 win Friday night at C.C. Gillespie Fieldhouse.
The Lady Eagles jumped out to a 12-5 lead after a period en route to a 32-17 halftime lead.
Heavener 38, Talihina 21: On Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium in Talihina, leading 7-6 after a quarter, the Lady Wolves outscored the Lady Golden Tigers 18-5 in the second period to take a 25-11 halftime lead.
TALIHINA â€” The Talihina Golden Tigers got a home victory Friday night on Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium, beating the Heavener Wolves 57-28.
The Golden Tigers, trailing 7-6 after a period, outscored the Wolves 17-3 in the second quarter to take a 26-10 halftime lead.
Wister 82, Keota 53: In Keota, the Wildcats led 17-14 after one quarter, 33-29 at halftime and 59-47 going into the final period.
Cameron 55, McCurtain 46: In McCurtain, the Yellowjackets, who trailed 21-19 at halftime, outscored the Bulldogs 15-10 in the third quarter to take a 34-31 lead into the final period.
Charles G. Evans, 79, of Monroe died Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, in Heavener.
Charles was born Aug. 12, 1935, in Monroe to John S. and Dollie (Gregory) Evans. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Charles worked as a ranch foreman.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Opal Hicks and Jewell Garrett; brothers, Carmet and Wilford Evans.
Robert Giles Holt, 84, of Vian died Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, in Vian. Services were held Monday, Feb. 9, at Dowden-Robert Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery, Heavener.
Shae Duane McLaughlin, 27, of Heavener died Friday, Feb. 6, 2015. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, at Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Oakland Cemetery, Poteau.
Mr. and Mrs. David Benson of Poteau are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Breanna Lee Benson, to Shawn Michael Womack, son of Kendra and Randy Dewese of Fayetteville, Ark., and Mike and Joy Womack of Poteau.
The future bride recently received a Master of Arts degree in clinical mental health counseling from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
The future groom graduated from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith with aÂ Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational leadership. He is employed at Arkansas Best Freight in Fort Smith.
The following people were booked into the LeFlore County Detention Center overnight. The information was gathered from the jail's daily roster and only shows booking information. Only those with a case number listed have been charged. Stay tuned each morning to see who was arrested overnight.
CF â€”Â criminal felony
CMâ€” criminal misdemeanor
FD â€”Â family docket such as child support
For more information about an arrestee, you can search by name or case number on www.ODCR.com or www.OSCN.net.
February 5, 2015
Michael Anthony Fisher, CM-14-751; $5,000 bond
MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) â€” A 54-year-old man has been arrested after eastern Oklahoma authorities say they found dozens of dead animals on his ranch.
The Muskogee County District Attorney's Office expects to charge him with multiple counts of cruelty and neglect.
The Muskogee County sheriff tells the Tulsa World about 30 dead horses and seven dead cows were found the man's 360-acre ranch this weekend.
Animal control officials received a report from someone who spotted dead horses on the man's property.