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October 4th, 2012

Local woman hospitalized after stabbing

October 4, 2012

A Spiro woman is in critical condition in a Tulsa hospital after being stabbed multiple times by another woman.
According to Jessica Brown of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Tara Parks, 32, of Spiro was stabbed multiple times at a residence in Keota. Her boyfriend attempted to take her to Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center in Poteau but stopped at a Panama residence for help.
Parks was flown by helicopter from the Panama softball fields to a Tulsa hospital and is listed in critical condition.

Enjoy a Taste of LeFlore County tonight

October 4, 2012

The LeFlore County Historical Society has announced a new downtown event, Taste of LeFlore County, set to begin this evening on Dewey Avenue in Poteau between the Purple Plume and the Hotel Lowrey.
Food at the event will be prepared by LeFlore County cooks and consists of beef, pork, turkey, and chicken, all of which must be raised in the county. Vegetables, desserts, and fruits will also be available.
Tickets for the event are $20 and are available at the Purple Plume, Poteau Main Street, Poteau Chamber of Commerce or by calling the LeFlore County Historical Society at (918) 647-9330.

LeFlore Countians can now light their fires

October 4, 2012

After months of LeFlore Countians being under a burn ban, they now have the all-clear after the ban was lifted today.
According to LeFlore County Emergency Management Director Michael Davidson, the burn ban issued by Gov. Mary Fallin for LeFlore County was lifted after the area received substantial rainfall.
The burn ban issued by the LeFlore County Commissioners was allowed to expire weeks ago.

No show: Foul weather hobbles Honobia Big Foot Fest

October 4, 2012

Recent rains and a chancy weather forecast have washed out this year’s Honobia Big Foot Conference and Festival, organizer Darryl Williams announced Wednesday.
The event was scheduled to run Friday through Sunday.
The festival was to be held in a hay field on Mood Dog Ranch, down 2.8 miles of dirt road, he said.
Williams said organizers are planning improvements to the site so that an all-weather festival can be held next year.
He said progress updates will be posted on his website, www.HonobiaBigFootPRINT.com.

October 3rd

Thieves hit city buildings

October 3, 2012

A city worker discovered several buildings at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex had been burglarized Friday morning.
According to Chief of Police Stephen Fruen, someone cut the lock off the main gate and to three storage buildings on the complex to gain entry. The thief then took several power tools costing the city approximately $1,000 to replace.
If you have any information about the identity of the person(s) responsible for the theft contact the Poteau Police Department at (918) 647-8620.

Halloween event to add park movie

October 3, 2012

This year's downtown trick-or-treat event will have a new twist – a free movie in the Pocket Park, according to Keri Powers, Poteau Main Street executive director.
The Halloween treating will run from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, with the movie, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown," showing at 4:30 p.m., Powers said.
Children and families are invited to visit downtown businesses for treats during the annual event.

October 2nd

In A Good Way hosts free event

October 2, 2012

In a Good Way farm in Talihina hosted a free homestead event Saturday.
The public was invited to the event, one of several by Mother Earth and Grit magazines during International Homesteading Education Month, according to program director Teddi Irwin.
In a Good Way is a nonprofit training farm established to give Native American men a second chance after prison, Irwin said.
Irwin said she and her son, Greg Duda, are Oklahoma Choctaws and have been working to get the project started for five years. They expect to begin screening applicants after Jan. 1.

October declared 4-H month

October 2, 2012

The LeFlore County Commissioners signed a proclamation Monday morning recognizing October as 4-H Month.

September 27th

New health clinic coming to town

September 27, 2012

By Joe White
PDN Reporter

Teresa Huggis, CEO of Stigler Health and Wellness Center has announced that the healthcare provider’s Poteau location will open Monday, October 15.
The new location, across the street from the Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center in the old medical complex. Huggins stated that remodeling work had finished and workers were busy installing the final pieces of equipment.

Talihina Chamber of Commerce receives grant for Fall Festival

September 27, 2012

The Talihina Chamber
of Commerce has
announced that Talihina’s
Fall Foliage Festival has
been awarded a $3,500
grant from the Oklahoma
Arts Council.
Chamber officials said
the grant money will be
used to provide artists for
the festival to be held Oct.
26 and 27 at the Talihina
Old Gym.
The festival will include
a showcase of arts and
crafts, along with food,
inflatables and live entertainment,
including a street
dance Friday night.
Saturday’s festivities
will include the annual
Talihina car show, held in
tribute this year to John
McLemore who was in

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