Archive - Jun 2012
Clinton Allen Daniel was born February 11, 1949 in Redding, CA., to Clinton U.V. & Jean (Baker) Daniel. He passed from this life June 21, 2012 at his home in Cloudy at the age of 63. Allen graduated from Wichita Falls High School in 1967 and entered the United States Army shortly thereafter. He was assigned to the 16th Army Hospital Division as an E5 during the Vietnam War. He was awarded the NDSM, VCM and USM and was honorably discharged in 1973. Allen then enlisted in the United States Navy in 1975, and served until he was honorably discharged in 1979.
Clyde Eugene Taylor, Jr. was born July 24, 1955 in Antlers to Jimmy (Matthews) Taylor and Clyde Eugene Taylor, Sr. He passed from this life on June 22, 2012 at the age of 56. Clyde had lived in the Antlers area all his life. He married Debbie Andrews on December 2, 1993 in Boswell. He owned and operated the Antlers Vault & Box Company. He had also preconditioned thorough breeds and owned Southeastern Sanitations Systems for many years. He was a VIP member of the â€śbucket club.â€ť He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He will be truly missed by all who knew him.
On Wednesday, June 20, 2012 supporters, volunteers and local officials gathered together at the Antlers Public Library to help Director Patti Lehman celebrate receiving a very large check, in size and amount, from State FarmÂ®.
The Antlers Farmer's Market is once again open and ready for business. The Farmerâ€™s Market is open for operation every Wednesday and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. until Noon. It is located across the street from The Convenience Center in Antlers.
Until the end of August, they are running a special to encourage farmers and gardeners to come out and sell their produce for profit.
â€śIf you over planted, your plants produced more then you expected or you just want to make some extra cash, why not sell at the Farmerâ€™s Market?,â€ť said Shawn Long with PDI.
The Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) announced today the results of its annual inspection of tobacco outlets to measure compliance with laws restricting underage tobacco sales. This yearâ€™s compliance rate of 6.8 percent is the lowest ever for the state.
On June 2nd, 2012, the Rattan Fire Department won the Choctaw County Fire Fighters Challenge in Hugo. This is their fourth consecutive win. Pictured are: Front Row (L to R) Morgan Bond, Heather Bailey, Destinie Bergstrom, Charlotte Eubanks; Back Row (L to R): Dewayne Pedworth, Chief Tim Eubanks, Kody Bailey, Cody â€śDangerousâ€ť King, Casey Bengstrom and Mike â€śHomieâ€ť Harmon.
On Saturday, June 23, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club held a bass tournament on Sardis Lake. Twenty-two members competed in the tournament. The weather was clear and hot, with temperatures in the mid-nineties and light winds. Fourteen members were able to catch at least one keeper bass, with three bass over five pounds weighed in.
Lyndsi Winship, Rattan 2012 Graduate, played in the 20th Annual 2012 Slow-Pitch All-State Softball game at OU on the 3A-4A East Team on June 16, 2012. At this time, Coach Paul Watts also received a plaque for 3A-4A Coach of the Year. She also participated in the 40th Annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic Basketball Game on Saturday, May 26 at Eastern Oklahoma State College where Coach Chris Gibbs and Assistant Coach Dana House escorted her during her introduction. Lyndsi was also selected to the 17th Annual Oklahoma Indian All-State Basketball First Team.
Jacob Mattingly, a Moyers graduate, was recently selected as first team Indian All-State in basketball. Jacob pictured here with his coach Shane Winters. Jacob was also recognized for All-State Indian Academic team. The game took place at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, OK this past weekend. Jake scored 7 points and his team (the south) won game 100-95.
Darren Couch, owner of Elite Construction & Fabrication located in Antlers, was selected as the recipient of the 2012 Oklahoma Entrepreneurial Success Award.
This award is presented by the U.S. Small Business Administration and recognizes business leaders in the community who began as a small business and later developed into a larger business. Such growth equates to more jobs and an improved local economy.