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September 3rd, 2012

Public Trust to hold special meeting

September 3, 2012

The LeFlore County Detention Center Public Trust has scheduled a special meeting Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the LeFlore County Commissioners meeting room to discuss purchasing stun guns for detention officers.
According to Claud Jones, LCDC administrator, several of the detention officers are certified to carry stun guns and he is hoping to get the trust's approval to purchase up to four stun guns.
Other items on the agenda for discussion are personnel issues involving new employees.

Trail of Tears motorcycle ride coming to Heavener

September 3, 2012

The 19th annual Trail of Tears Motorcycle Ride is schedule to stop in Heavener on Sept. 17.
More than 150 riders are expected to arrive in Heavener at 11:30 a.m. for lunch then continue the ride through Wister, Fanshawe and Red Oak on their way to the Seminole National Museum in Wewoka.
The ride is billed as the largest organized motorcycle run in history spanning multiple states and a total of 25,000 motorcyclist in the three day ride.

September 1st

Werner era begins with a Poteau road victory over Durant Lions

September 1, 2012

DURANT — It was one heck of a pregame pep talk by Poteau's new football coach, Greg Werner.
“I want you to go out and dominate this game be very physical,” Werner told the Pirates before they took the field against the Durant Lions at Paul Laird Field on the campus of Southeastern Oklahoma State University. “Let people know that the Poteau Pirates are back!”
After trailing by seven points at halftime, the Pirates came out and physically dominated the Lions and won the game 28-21.

Heavener Wolves blank UCA to open season

September 1, 2012

FORT SMITH, Ark. — The Heavener Wolves devoured the Union Christian Academy Eagles Friday night at Buck Wells Stadium hitting the mercy rule with just more than six minutes to play in a 35-0 rout.
The star of the game was senior running back Blake Smittle who accounted for more than 400 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Wolves.

Talihina begins 2012 with shutout of Wilburton

September 1, 2012

WILBURTON — The Talihina Golden Tigers opened the the 2012 season against the Wilburton Diggers with an impressive 27-0 shutout Friday night.

Second-half surge leads Oaks past Bokoshe to spoil season opener

September 1, 2012

BOKOSHE — Midway through the first half, things were looking good for the Bokoshe Tigers in their season opener against the Oaks Warriors.
However, manpower and conditioning, both of which are in short supply for the Tigers in the early going, reared their ugly head as the Warriors rallied in the second half to win going away by a score of 48-34 Friday night.

Arkoma suffers more than loss at Keota

September 1, 2012

The Arkoma Mustangs took a hard hit on their opening night game against the Keota Lions at Keota in a 60-14 loss on Friday night.
In the opening defensive series, junior fullback Tyler Dailey broke his thumb. That injury would set off a spark of bad luck for the Mustangs (0-1) that will leave them effected for the rest of the season.

Spiro loses road game at Vian, while Pocola rallies against Tulsa Regent Prep

September 1, 2012

The Spiro Bulldogs lost their opener to Class 2A's No. 1-ranked Vian Wolverines in Vian Friday night by a score of 55-6 at Vian.
Pocola's Beau Kerbow scored on a 30-yard touchdown run with 1:43 left to lift the Indians past Tulsa Regent Prep 35-34 Friday night in Coweta.
Look for more details on these games in Tuesday's edition.

Strong second half by Gore lifts Pirates past Panama Razorbacks in season opener

September 1, 2012

PANAMA — For a half, things looked good for the Panama Razorbacks in their season opener Thursday night at George Ollie Stadium.
The Hogs had a 19-7 halftime lead, but a strong second half by Gore allowed the visiting Pirates to leave town with a 35-19 victory.

Poteau freshmen dominate McAlester as they keep their record unblemished

September 1, 2012

McALESTER — For the very first time playing under the name of Pirates, the Poteau freshmen football team proved right from the very start of the game they are worthy of all the pre-season hype as they jumped on McAlester very early and controlled the game. The Pirates won the game 27-8 in their season opener Thursday night at Hook Eales Stadium.

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