Archive - Jul 31, 2012 - News Article
This week's Spring Into Business Cash Mob site is Braum's. The very first Braum's store was opened in 1968 by Bill and Mary Braum. There are now more than 270 Braum's stores in five states including Poteau's which was opened April 2, 1989. Special to the Cash Mob, Braum's is offer double dip cones for $.99 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
A Pocola man was formally charged by the LeFlore County District Attorney's Office in connection with the rape and abuse of a 23-month-old child.
Heath Wayne Talley, 26, of Pocola, is accused of leaving multiple burns on the child's body and sexually assaulting her while she was in his care.
According to his statement to investigators, he laid the child on the bed to change her diaper and he heard a popping sound several times when he realized he had laid her on a homemade phone charger. He noticed more marks on the child the next morning and took her to her mother.
A dedication for Paige Underwood, 16, who lost her life 10 months ago is set for Thursday morning at 8 a.m.
Paige was killed in a car accident on her way to school in May. The accident occurred along a deadly stretch of curves on Calhoun Road. Since her death, family, friends and classmates have helped to raise money to install guardrails along the side of the roadway.
The dedication will be held at Kevin and Melissa Holcomb's (Paige's mother) home on Oak Tree Dr. in Calhoun.