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April 25th, 2012

Update - car drives throught living room at apartment complex

April 25, 2012

At approximately 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, the Poteau Fire and Police Departments along with LeFlore County EMS were dispatched to the Poteau Valley Apartments on Windham Street in Poteau in response to a vehicle that had reportedly been driven through an apartment.
Rescue workers on the scene said that the white sedan was pulling into a parking space when the driver accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brake, launching the car over the sidewalk and down an embankment into the living room of an apartment.

April 24th

Woman crashes through apartment 3 injured

April 24, 2012

A woman crashes into an apartment at Poteau Valley Apartments today. Three children were injured in the collision. PDN will update the website when more information becomes available.

Benefit planned to help local family after accident

April 24, 2012

Thursday February 23, changed the life of one local family following a tragic motorcycle accident.
Samuel "Caleb" Davies , 27, of Poteau was flown by Life Flight to St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa after he lost control of his motorcycle that afternoon.

April 23rd

Ready, Set, SPELL

April 23, 2012

More than 30 spellers comprising ten teams gathered to compete at the annual Literacy Council of LeFlore County Adult Spelling Bee Thursday night. The annul event is held has fund raiser for the Literacy Council of LeFlore County. This years winners were the Super Sats sponsored by Southern Star, Inc. Each of the winners received a trophy and door prizes were awarded throughout the night.

Special Meeting of the Pocola Board of Education tonight

April 23, 2012

As required by Section 311, Title 25 of the Oklahoma Statutes, notice is hereby given that Independent School District No.I-007 will hold a Special Board Meeting on Monday, April 23, 2012 at 6 p.m. The place and street address of this meeting will be the Board of Education Room at the Central Offices, 603 East Pryor Avenue, Pocola, Oklahoma, 74902.

MOMENT OF SILENCE

I. Regular business (Call meeting to order and record members present)
II. Executive session

April 20th

Local family chosen to participate in clinical trial

April 20, 2012

An area family may soon have a cure for their son's debilitating neurological disorder.
When Brett Brown was born, he appeared to be a normal and healthy baby boy, but by the time he was six months old, his parents began to notice that Brett was not developing as quickly as he should.
Doctors initially diagnosed Brett with cerebral palsy. However, when Brett was two years old, a therapist talking with Brett's family correctly diagnosed Brett with Angelman's Syndrome, a neruo-genetic disorder.

Correction on date of Poteau Retiree's reception

April 20, 2012

In the retirement story on the front page of the Wednesday, April 18, edition of PDN it was incorrectly stated that Rob Seale and Jim Noggle farewell reception would be held today. The retirement party is scheduled from noon until 2 p.m. at the Poteau City Hall on Friday, April 27. PDN regrets this error.

April 19th

PDN welcomes new publisher to staff

April 19, 2012

This week the Poteau Daily News family welcomed its newest member to our office.
Robert Shearon has been named to the publisher's position at PDN and began undertaking his duties this week.
"I'm very excited about the opportunity to be the publisher of the Poteau Daily News," Shearon said. "Poteau seems to be a really progressive community with a lot of great things going on."

April 18th

City police officers retire after decades of service

April 18, 2012

Two of Poteau's longest employed police officers, Rob Seale and Jim Noggle, have retired from the force and will be honored during a farewell gathering at Poteau City Hall Friday.

April 16th

Something different about Bradley

April 16, 2012

April is National Autism Awareness Month-an opportunity to educate the public about autism and issues within the autism community.


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the prevalence in autism has risen to one in every 88 births in the US today. The Autism Society states that approximately 1.5 million Americans are currently living with the effects of the autism spectrum disorder.

LeFlore County isn't any different than any other part of the U.S. and there are a number of families who deal with the autism spectrum on a daily basis.

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