If you're a fan of LeFlore County Tournaments of any kind, this week and the next were made for you.
This week, we're in the middle of the LeFlore County Baseball Tournament, and the LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament will begin Monday at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex.
So, catch LeFlore County Tournament Fever!
Oh what a day â€” can we get some sunshine please! We were teased ever so slightly with the promise of a warm sunny spring day but no â€” we get rain and storms instead. Uggghhh.
Anyway, Pocola and Talihina voters remember to get out and vote as today marks the election of school bonds for both districts.
I must warn area drivers that travel on old Oklahoma Highway 112, there are idiots out there. This morning seems to be a Mario Andretti day for the majority of people driving. Guess their alarm clocks failed to sound at the right time and the whole world is late.
I am sorry I have been lax in my blog the past week, but I was submerged in the biggest annual special section published by Poteau Daily News. It is complete, I have rested and I have returned with my mind intact â€” maybe.
Where is Malaysian flight 370? Is it possible the Bermuda Triangle struck again? Are the many passengers and flight crew flying in another time dimension? Landed only to find everything they knew is no longer?
The question remains, how do you loose such a large plane with so many people aboard?
Congress delivered Americaâ€™s farmers, ranchers and consumers what they deserve by passing the Agricultural Act of 2014 â€“ commonly referred to as the farm bill. This five-year comprehensive bill ensures producers have the tools they need to provide an affordable and stable food and fiber supply.
What a high school basketball season it was for the 2013-14 campaign. LeFlore County had four teams make state â€” Arkoma's girls, Howe's boys and both Spiro teams.
Unfortunately, all four teams lost in the state quarterfinals. However, they were among the Elite 8 of their respective state tournament, and only eight total teams can say that.
So, congratulations to the Lady Mustangs, Lions, Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs. LeFlore County is proud of you.
"Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy," its National Donald Duck Day!
The prank-playing quackster made his screen debut in 1934 in "The Wise Little Hen."
His voice was the creation of Clarence Nash who brought vocal animation to the daring duck for 50 years.
Little did I know until I did some research that Donald is listed as the No.1 animated cartoon character to appear in films â€” 178 total. He also bests many comic book heros as he ranks No.5 for most published comic book character. Didn't know that either.
It has again been a busy morning in LeFlore County. An open house at Kiamichi Technology Center, run down a few crimes, progress, progress and more progress.
For those of you who don't know what progress is, it is the biggest special section published annually by Poteau Daily News. It showcases the growth and expansion of businesses, non-profit organizations, tourist attractions and many other locations in the county.
If you are a business owner and opened your doors in 2013, or if you made any changes to your existing business, give me a call. It is important to hear from you.
Good Monday morning everyone. Hope you had a great weekend and found plenty of fun and local activities to fill your days.
The LeFlore County Emergency Management Department recently received 500 weather radios that are available to LeFlore County residents for $1. You must provide proof of residency.
I had the opportunity to watch a video on Facebook that was a very heart warming story. I would like to share a bit of it with you.
The widow of Lt. Billie D. Harris of Oklahoma recently got the answers she had been seeking for 68 years since her husbands death during World War II.
The number of LeFlore County high school basketball teams to make state this season will be at least three all total.
After the Arkoma girls made state this week, the Spiro boys made the Class 3A State Tournament with a win Friday night.
There will be at least one more county team join the Bulldogs as the winner of tonight's Howe-Pocola game will make state.
There's also a chance the Spiro Lady Bulldogs will make state with a win tonight.
Let's see what will happen tonight.