June 27th, 2013
The LeFlore County Bass Club had its last tournament of the 2013 circuit Sunday at Wards Landing on Wister Lake. There were 24 boats of anglers who caught 82 bass that had a cumulative weight of 202.75 pounds. Each fish averaged 2.47 pounds, and 11 limits were caught.
Don't freak out when you read this folks, but I and Bruce Vincent came out on top with 17.2 pounds caught to earn $525, and that included my big bass winner of 5.59 pounds to earn an additional $210.
Jake Louis Smith, 93 of Spiro departed this life to start a new journey June 26, 2013, in his home with family and friends surrounding him and holding his hand.
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 second annual Brittney Cox Memorial Golf Tournament 2-Man Scramble will take place at noon Saturday at Choctaw Country Club. Lunch will be served at 11 a.m.
The entry fee is $135 per team, but for teams that have golf carts their fee will be $120. Mulligans will be available at $10 for two, with a limit of two per golfer.
June is coming to a close, and it is finally time for my family to do some fishing â€” since we will actually have a few days off from the gym or ballfield.
The boys and I want to do some float fishing soon, and I am actually going to be able to get my boat on the water for the first time this year. Cash is really looking forward to it. However, his exact words were: â€śBy the time we get to fish, it will be too hot â€” and they wonâ€™t be biting anymore.â€ť I hope that isnâ€™t true.
My buddy, Chuck Restine, and his son, Dawson, have been tearing up the bass tournaments lately.
Finding a player who can do it all is hard, but the Carl Albert State College baseball team just may have found one.
The Vikings signed Tushka's Scott Brinkley Tuesday morning on campus.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) â€” The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to leave the ultimate placement of a 3-year-old girl in an American Indian child welfare case to a state court extends the custody dispute and the anguish for both her biological father and the couple who raised her for the first two years of her life.