The Friends of the Library support group is hosting a sheet sale from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Days Inn & Suites in Poteau. The sheets are Egyptian cotton 1,200-thread count. Twin sets are $35, full and queen $40, and king and California king are $45.
Proceeds from the sheet sale will go toward furnishing the Patrick Lynch Public Library so that it may open as scheduled in May.
On Monday night, the Poteau City Council addressed the issue of temporary signs, such as garage sale and political, that remain posted after the event is over.
According to Poteau Mayor Jeff Shockley, he and city attorney Marc Bovos, have been asked to research ordinances and to use that knowledge to create an ordinance for Poteau.
Shockley said an example of an ordinance would limit political signs from being placed earlier than 30 days before the election and must be removed within 48 hours after the election. Garage sale signs would have a 48 hour window either way.
The Heavener Tag Agency wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
The Staff of Rice Furniture wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
The Poteau Lady Pirates freshmen capped their opening week of basketball by winning their own tournament Saturday afternoon, beating the Muldrow Lady Bulldogs 47-33.
The Pirates lost the third-place game 30-26 to come in fourth.
In an all-LeFlore County battle, Heavener's boys won the consolation championship as the Wolves edged the Spiro Bulldogs 36-31.
The Spiro Lady Bulldogs lost 35-22 to the Roland Lady Rangers in the girls consolation title game.
POCOLA â€” The Cameron Lady Yellowjackets got their first win of the season, and in so doing spoiled Pocola's homecoming by winning 46-39 over the Lady Indians on Friday night at the Pocola Gym.
The Lady â€™Jackets led practically the entire game, leading 8-6 after a period, 16-13 at halftime and 23-21 after three quarters.
Arkoma 52, Keota 49: In Arkoma, trailing 39-35 after three periods, the Lady Mustangs outscored the Lady Lions 17-10 in the final quarter to get the comeback win.