Betty L. Wade, 75, of Shady Point died Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, in Fort Smith, Ark.
Betty was born March 6, 1937, in Booneville, Ark., to Robert Matthew and Addie Alice (Beshears) Anderson. She was a petroleum landman â€” oil and gas lease. Betty was a member of the First Assembly of God in Wister. She was secretary for the Oasis International Ministries for 11 years. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, C.B. Wade; and sister, Liz Heavener.Â
A Cameron man has been charged with sex crimes involving a minor following an anonymous tip.
According to jail records, Johnny Carter, 71, of Cameron, was processed into the Sebastian County Detention Center on the charge of fourth-degree sexual assault.
A warrant was issued by the Fort Smith Police Department following allegations Carter had engaged in sexual acts with a 15-year-old student from Union Christian Academy.
Carter is currently free on $10,000 bail waiting for his next court date which is yet to be set.
This years winners were named in four separate categories not including the top winner being named the Overall Chairman's Winner.
River Valley Cosmetology's Holiday Barbie float won the judges favor and was named the Overall Chairman's Winner.
In the category of organization and churches: Cub Scout pack #453 took first place followed by Girl Scout Troop #4384 in second and the Poteau Baptist Church winning third.
A Poteau woman was uninjured Saturday night after her car struck a guardrail and was left suspended until emergency crews arrived.
Pam Johnston, 57, of Poteau, told officers she was driving south on the Cavanaugh Scenic Expressway near the Walmart exit when an animal ran out in front of her car. Johnston said she swerved to miss the animal and struck the concrete barrier and slid along the guardrail. The report shows the car traveled four tenths of a mile before stopping on top of the guardrail.
Johnston wasn't injured in the accident.
The Staff at AES Shady Point wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
The Faculty and Staff of Talihina Public Schools wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
Editor's note â€” This is the second of a two-part series previewing the Poteau High School basketball teams.
Last season, the Poteau Lady Pirates basketball team was the Cinderella story of the 2012 LeFlore County high school basketball playoffs. After ending the regular season at 5-18 last season, the Lady Pirates won three of five playoff games, won the Class 4A District Tournament, were consolation champions at the regional tournament and got to within three wins of the state tournament.
The Spiro Bulldogs will begin clawing their way to basketball wins Tuesday night when they open their 2012-13 season at Eufaula for an 8 p.m. game.
The Bulldogs were 18-9 last season, and return two starters from last year â€” junior guard Knifeis Carter (16 points, four rebounds a game last season) and senior guard Jermaine Jimmerson (11 points, eight rebounds).
Carter is among the top 100 players to watch this high school season in the state of Oklahoma in the Vype Oklahoma Basketball Preview magazine.