June 13th, 2012
The Poteau Spirit Center will have a dance camp from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.
The entry fee is $65 per camper, and each camp will conclude with a performance on the camp's final day.
For additional information, call (918) 647-3547 or go online to www.poteauspiritcenter.webs.com..
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The Red Oak Committee for Continued Growth (ROCCG) will have a coed softball tournament beginning June 29.
The schedule will be determined by number of entries.
This weekâ€™s Cash Mob Business is Budâ€™s Country Junction
in Poteau. Budâ€™s is owned by Buddy French and has been
in business since 2005. Buddy says that his business has
continued to grow every year because he has a great crew
and great regulars.
On Wednesday for the Cash Mob special Budâ€™s will have
a $4 Burger Basket. Budâ€™s hand makes their patties with
fresh ground meat thatâ€™s â€śnever frozen.â€ť
â€śCome by and eat a Budâ€™s burger and you wonâ€™t have
any better,â€ť Buddy said.
He said that store manager Eli French along with
Ruth, Cheryl and Crystal look forward to seeing you on
The Pocola Municipal Authority
Agenda, Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Pocola Town Hall
204 S. Pocola Blvd.
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Discuss and possibly vote to approve the following consent agenda items:
a. Minutes from May 8, 2012
b. Minutes from special meeting May 21, 2012
c. Accounts payable May 8, 2012 through June 12, 2012
d. Purchase a four-wheeler for approximately 3,000.00 dollars
4. Hear from Scott Neel on sewer grant project
Nothing is nicer that to get accolades from your peers for the job you do, just ask several members of the PDN staff. The Poteau Daily News was honored with several awards during the annual Oklahoma Press Associationâ€™s convention awards dinner June 8, at the Reed Center in Midwest City. During the awards dinner longtime PDN Business Manager, Paula Midgely, was inducted into the Quarter Century Club. The club is for those employees who have been in the newspaper business for 25 years or more with at least 10 of those years being with an Oklahoma
FORT SMITH, Ark. â€” If a team wants to win a game, it cannot give extra chances to the opposition. Unfortunately, that's what happened to the Eastern Oklahoma Riverdawgs Major American Legion baseball team Saturday night at Hunts Park.
A two-out dropped fly ball in the second inning opened the floodgates, which was taken advantage of by Kerwins. Kerwins scored five unearned runs in that frame en route to an 11-0 four-inning, run-rule win in the title game of the Maurice Katzer Tournament.