July 11th, 2013
The Pirates softball team will have a hamburger meal fundraiser from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 18 in front of Costner Stadium in the northeast corner of the parking lot by the signal light at Stadium Drive.
Hamburger/cheeseburger baskets cost $6, and orders may be placed by calling (918) 647-1694 or (918) 721-4635.
Orders can be delivered if need be. All proceeds will help fund the team's trip to the World Series, which will be July 19-21 in Shawnee.
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The Carl Albert State College first-ever half marathon run has been slated for March 29, 2014.
Peewee State Tournament
At Poteau Area Recreational Complex
Dale Stixx 6, Poteau Rebels 4
Blanchard Lions 15, Canute Trojans 2
Morrison Wildcats 6, Clinton White 5
Stigler Rangers 5, Stonewall Longhorns 2
Prep State Tournament
Cameron Elite 4, Clinton Maroon 1
Stigler Panthers 6, Lone Grove Longhorns 2
Noble Bears 21, Stroud Tigers 14
Weatherford Majors 13, Pauls Valley Panthers 0
Coach-Pitch State Tournament
At Elk City
Henryetta Outlaws 14, Spiro Dirtbags 12
Kingfisher 10, Elk City Diamondbacks 3
Durant Diamondbacks 16, Lone Grove Titans 4
WISTER â€” The 2013 Duck Martin Performance Improvement Training (PIT) Camp will take place Friday and Saturday at the Wister High School baseball field. Camp times will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., with registration at 7:30 a.m. daily at the site, and campers can attend both days or just one day of the camp.
However, for the first time, numbers are low in the early stages of registration, which concerns Rodney Nobles, who is one of the camp directors.
Poteau Chamber of Commerce will welcome Jari Askins as its keynote speaker Friday.
Kiamichi Technology Center will host the lunch in the Health Building South Campus Room 517/518. Meal cost is $8. For reservations call (918) 647-9178 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Askins will speak about Oklahomaâ€™s Peggy and Charles Stephenson Cancer Center on the Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Campus in Oklahoma City.Â
The Pirates softball team will have a hamburger meal fundraiser from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 18 in front of Costner Stadium in the northeast corner of the parking lot by the signal light at Stadium Drive. Hamburger/cheeseburger baskets cost $6, and orders may be placed by calling (918) 647-1694. Orders can be delivered if need be. All proceeds will help fund the team's trip to the World Series, which will be July 19-21 in Shawnee.
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries from around the world.
By sharing your home for just a semester or school year, you will be giving an exceptional young person from another country the opportunity of a lifetime â€” to live with you and your family and experience the language, customs and culture of the USA.
The Durant Diamondbacks defeated the Stilwell Warriors 9-6 in Saturday afternoon's title game of the 2013 OK Kids Coach-Pitch Regional Tournament at Heavener Blues Park
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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 tonight.
Barbara Jane Waring died July 1, 2013. She was born near Mena, Ark., to Owen and Nellie Norris on Jan. 18, 1937.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Waring, and her brother, Dennis Norris. She live in Oklahoma City, Moore and Edmond area until 2008, then moved to Georgia to be near her daughter.
Preliminary plans for a new high school and a $21.575 million bond issue to pay for it were presented at Monday's meeting of the Poteau Board of Education.
Superintendent Don Sjoberg said the plans are "about 80 percent complete," and he plans to have a firm proposal to present for the board's approval in August.
Poteau architect Michael Riley showed drawings of the proposed structure, saying the plans would accommodate future expansion and were designed for low and easy maintenance.