August 17th, 2012
The LeFlore County EMS Board will meet at 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 20, at 1215 S. Broadway in Poteau.
Call meeting to order.
Roll call of board members.
Approve consent agenda:
â€˘ minutes of July 19 special meeting.
â€˘ blanket purchase order.
â€˘ claims for payment.
â€˘ previously paid claims.
Discuss and vote to approve transfer of money to building account.
Update on Station 2 construction.
Open and award radio bid.
Discuss and vote on going to bid for purchase of new ambulance.
Discuss and vote on EMS financial plan.
The LeFlore County Hospital Authority Governing Board will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21 in Confrence Room â€śCâ€ť at Eastern Oklahoma Medical Center.
Call to Order/Approval of Minutes.
Roll Call/Establishment of a quorum.
Consideration and possible approval of minutes of previous regular meeting 07/17/12.
Summary of Clinical Operations and HCAHPS Quartrly Results.
Presentation and possible approval of monthly financial reports.
Financial report and discussion with possible action on payments of Treasurer.
For the first time since the 2011 football season came to an end, the Poteau Pirates will have an opportunity to go up against somebody else. That chance will be tonight in a three-way scrimmage at Tulsa Memorial along with Catoosa, which will begin at 6 p.m.
â€śAfter nine spring practices and football camp in summer, we're ready to hit somebody else other than those players in red helmets,â€ť new Poteau Coach Greg Werner said. â€śWe're looking forward to it.â€ť
The major objective is to give the coaching staff a chance to evaluate the players.
Pocola Football Coach Rick Lang, whose Indians were hit hard by graduation, is wanting one main thing when his team participates in its first scrimmage of the preseason at 6 p.m. tonight at John Carter Field against the Gore Pirates. That one thing is an â€śidentity.â€ť
The Talihina Golden Tigers football team will get its first taste of what Friday nights will be like when they entertain the Valliant Bulldogs for their first scrimmage of the 2012 season at 6 p.m. tonight at Doc Robinson Stadium.
The best thing about tonight's scrimmage for the Golden Tigers is they can finally go against somebody other than their teammates.
ARKOMA â€” For Arkoma Football Coach Mark Weatherton, he has basically got a totally new team due to graduation of last year's seniors and a couple of players moving. So, when the Mustangs travel to meet the Porum Panthers at 6 p.m. tonight for their first scrimmage, Weatherton just wants to get his players some playing time.
The new Class 3A Heavener Wolves along with new their new football coach, Carl Lee, will get their first chance to go against someone else when they participate in a three-way scrimmage at 6 p.m. tonight in Haileyville with Wilburton.
The key thing in tonight's scrimmage from Lee's perspective is blocking and alignments.
By Regina Smith
On Wednesday the Poteau Chamber of Commerce issued a press release regarding the Christmas light display at Wister lake State Park. The press release stated that park officials had informed organizers that the staff would no longer help put up the display or help in any manner that might require manpower from any park employee.
On Thursday the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department responded to what tourism officials felt were allegations made towards them by the Poteau Chamber. Â
The Panama Razorbacks will get their first taste of game-like situations when they travel to scrimmage the Savanna Bulldogs at 6 p.m. tonight.
The main thing second-year Coach Brandon Ellis wants to see is improvement.
WILBURTON â€” The Arkoma Lady Mustangs got their first fast-pitch softball win of the 2012 season Tuesday afternoon with a 6-2 win over the Howe Lady Lions in the Robbers Cave Shootout.
The Lady Mustangs, however, lost their other three games over the first two days of the event. They lost after their win over Howe to Quinton by a 6-0 score. On Monday, they lost 7-2 to Porum and 12-0 to Weleetka.
For the Lady Lions, they lost all four of their pool play games over the first two days of action. On Tuesday, the Lady Lions fell 12-2 to Weleetka before falling to Arkoma.