The weather finally feels like December, and I have been hooked up at work and havenâ€™t got to hunt since the cold front hit. This should get the deer in feeding mode, so hunting food sources should be good this time of year.
This weekend, I am going to get to hunt at least one day, so maybe the weather will cooperate â€” and I can get a shot at a deer. Last weekend, Dan Carter and I took our wives on a weekend trip to stay in a cabin near Sardis Lake.
A benefit has been scheduled to help a local family struggling with illness.
On Dec. 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the Panama Elementary School cafeteria, a benefit will be held to help Tim Crase and his family. The event will feature a silent auction and will offer hamburgers and hotdogs and a pie and cake auction. All proceeds will benefit the Crase family.
A baby born with a life-threatening medical condition needs your help.
A benefit event, Believing in Brynlee, has been organized for 6 p.m. Saturday at The Coffee Cup in Poteau.
When little Brynlee was born in July to Brandy Davis and Matt Driver, her fight for life had only just begun. Brynlee was diagnosed with Trisomy 18, also known as Edwardâ€™s Syndrome.
The Staff of OK Garage Doors wishes everyone Happy Holidays!
The Staff of Poteau Pawn & Gun wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
The Staff of Poteau Tag Office wishes everyone Happy Holidays!
The Staff of Lawson Pharmacy wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
FORT GIBSON â€” A late surge by the Fort Gibson Tigers wrestling team spelled doom for the Poteau Pirates in Tuesday night's first Class 4A District Dual.
Leaidng 27-12 at the midway point of Tuesday night's dual, the Tigers ended up winning six of the final seven bouts as they rallied for a 44-33 victory â€” and a leg up on the berth to the Class 4A Dual State Tournament in February.
POCOLA â€” The Talihina Golden Tigers beat the Pocola Indians 59-46 Friday night in the semifinals of the Choctaw Nation Tournament. Tuesday night when the two teams had their rematch, it was all Pocola.
The Indians used a strong second period to down the Golden Tigers 62-47.
Leading 16-12 after a period, the Indians outscored the Golden Tigers 20-4 in the second quarter to take a 36-16 halftime lead.
Spiro 64, Idabel 55: In Spiro, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 24-11 lead after one period en route to a 36-27 halftime advantage.
POCOLA â€” The Talihina Lady Golden Tigers were able to overcome a first-quarter deficit and hold off the Pocola Lady Indians for a 45-42 win Tuesday night at the Pocola Gym.
Down 17-11 after a period, the Lady Golden Tigers outscored the Lady Indians 14-8 in the second quarter to get the game tied at 25-all at halftime.
The game was nip and tuck in the second half, with Talihina outscoring Pocola 20-17 to get the three-point win.