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August 3rd

One Family’s Wish to Raise Drug Awareness

August 3, 2011

On Friday, July 22, 2011, Jeff Hamill, a young, attractive, and highly intelligent young man left this world at his own hands after years of battling drug addiction. Jeff was born on October 27th , 1975. He was the son of Shelby Hamill of Rattan Oklahoma and the father of Jagger Hamill, age 9, Talyn Hamill, age 5 and Cash Hamill, age 3, all of Hugo, Oklahoma. He was an accomplished drummer, very charismatic, a wonderful son and an attentive father.

Golf course to close

August 3, 2011

Antlers Springs Golf Course is closing.

I hate it but there is no other course of action. We barely make enough to mow, much less make improvements. Without local support we cannot continue.

There are few people coming into the game and many people giving it up for various reasons. I talk to people regularly who say that they haven’t played in a couple of years or more. These people used to play avidly.

Push County lost Nashoba Valley Golf Course a few years ago due to the same reasons. I know how Lee Helmke felt and it is not a good feeling.

Hugo Lake Bass Tournament

August 3, 2011

On July 30, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club competed in a bass tournament on Hugo Lake. Once again, temperatures reached above one hundred degrees. The extended heat wave we have been experiencing has caused the surface temperature of the lake water to reach the mid-nineties. This excessive warm water has apparently caused the bass to become sluggish and slowed the bite down considerably.

The Antlers Bearcats Varsity Football team prepares to take the field to do battle in a test of...
On Thursday the LadyCats had a rough start in the tournament losing to Rattan moving them to...
Bearcats make it further than any boy’s basketball team in AHS history!! By: Jenifer Smith

 

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