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May 22nd, 2015

Choctaw Day tonight in Poteau

May 22, 2015

A free Choctaw art and culture event will be held tonight at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center in Poteau.

There will be artists, singers, dancers, vendors, informational booths and more.

The cultural program will start at 7 p.m. with Chief Gary Batton and Assistant Chief Jack Austin set to attend.

Tribal membership services will start at 5 p.m. and a beading class from 6-6:45 p.m. Also at 5 p.m. you can apply for a CBIB card. Bring original documents for verification, plus copies. Call (800) 522-6170 ext. 4030 for more information.

May 21st

VIDEO: David Letterman Says Goodbye to the "Late Show"

May 21, 2015

Letterman has a star-studded finale.

May 20th

Sports Photo of the Week

May 20, 2015

Oklahoma governor requests federal disaster assistance

May 20, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin has requested federal disaster assistance for Cleveland, Grady and Oklahoma counties following tornadoes, severe storms and flooding in recent weeks.

Fallin sent a letter to President Barack Obama Tuesday that says Oklahoma's latest round of severe storms began May 5. Since then, the state has experienced widespread flash flooding, damaging winds, baseball-size hail and at least 25 tornadoes.

Flooding causes business closures

May 20, 2015

Talihina Schools is closed today due to flooding inside one of the schools buildings, according to emergency management.
Also closed is the Choctaw Nation Health Services in Talihina.
According to the National Weather Service, rainfall totals from 2-6 inches fell overnight. Davidson said Talihina received six inches in about four hours.

BREAKING NEWS: Floods cause LeFlore County travel issues

May 20, 2015

Overnight flooding has caused travel issues in LeFlore County.

U.S. Highway 270 is closed just south of the U.S. 270/271 intersection between Heavener and Wister. Oklahoma Highway 82 is closed between Bengal and Talihina.

According to LeFlore County Emergency Management Director Michael Davidson, the roads in the Haw Creek Community also are covered by water.

Most low water crossings in the southern end of the county will be impassable due to rising waters.

It only takes a few inches of moving water to sweep a vehicle from a bridge. "Turn around, don't drown."

May 19th

Pocola girls beat Stratford in state quarterfinals, but lose to eventual state champion Washington in semifinals

May 19, 2015

SHAWNEE — The good news for the Pocola Lady Indians softball team was it finally got to play its Class 4A State Tournament at the Ballfields at Firelake, and even won its state quarterfinal game 14-2 over Stratford.
However, the Lady Indians' season came to an end with a 10-0 loss in the state semifinals to eventual state champion Washington. Pocola finished this spring at 23-15.

May 18th

DAILY FEATURE: Remember then?

May 18, 2015

Here is a look back into the Poteau Daily News archive.

Today's look-back is for Thursday, July 19, 1951.

Headlines include:
• New Fire Station Urged for Poteau; Firemen Praised
• Architect Coming To Draw Up Plans For Auditorium
• Divorces Lead Marriages Here Almost 4 to 1
• Repairs on Two State Highways Near Completion
• Two Men Killed on Highway 271 During Weekend

Review the attachments for photos.

May 17th

Pocola girls’ waiting game continues; Lady Indians will play Stratford in 4A State Tournament quarterfinals Monday afternoon in Shawnee

May 17, 2015

First it was the Poteau Pirates baseball team playing the waiting game on completing their Class 4A Regional Tournament, that started May 5 and was suspended by rain and saw the Pirates wait about a week before resuming.
Now, it’s the Pocola Lady Inidans’ turn.

May 15th

Poteau hires new football coach Friday afternoon

May 15, 2015

With spring drills beginning Monday, the Poteau Pirates football team has a new leader.
Forrest Mazey was hired Friday at a special meeting of the Poteau Public Schools Board to replace Greg Werner, who left to take the coaching job with the Van Buren, Ark., Pointers.

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