Archive - 2012
Doltinn Brown, Payton Gentry, and Erika Taylor from Antlers High School FCCLA Chapter joined over 350 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students and advisers at the Oklahoma State Capitol for FACS Day at the Capitol. The day's activities were planned by the Oklahoma Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences and coordinated by Legislative Chairmen Ann Heard and Cindy Franks.
Fallin: Plan is a Game-Changer for Oklahoma
The âOklahoma Tax Reduction and Simplification Act,â the tax cut plan outlined by Governor Mary Fallin in her State of the State address, was heard last week in the House Appropriations Committee where it passed by a margin of 11-6. The bill is sponsored by House Speaker Kris Steele and Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman. The bill now heads to the House floor before it can make its way to the Senate.
On Monday, March 5, 2012 Eric Lynn Roden and Natlie Renae Weems, both of Antlers, were charged with the distribution of controlled dangerous substance - methamphetamine, a felony, after selling the drug to an informant of the District 17 Drug Task Force.
On November 9, 2012, members of the Drug Task Force meet with a confidential informant to conduct a controlled by of methamphetamine from Eric Roden, a 25 year old white male. The informant was searched and a video recording device was placed on the informantsâ person prior to the sale.
On Friday, February 24, 2012, Mardieth Neil Farrell of Antlers was charged with four felony counts. These charges were First Degree Rape, Sodomy, Incest and Sexual Battery.
Due to the sensitive nature, and to protect the victim or victims, court documents for this case are not available at this time.
Farrell will appear in court on March 6, 2012 with proof of counsel. The Preliminary hearing conference is set for March 21, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. with Judge Jana Wallace presiding. A $100,000 bond was placed and if paid no contact with the victim is allowed.
The Pushmataha Conservation District is sponsoring a âBlue Thumb Training for New Volunteersâ on Friday and Saturday, March 9th and 10th at the Antlers Community Building located at 204 SW 4th Street. Blue Thumb is a water pollution education program that counts on volunteers to perform stream monitoring, screen ground water, and educate the public about pollution prevention.
Charles White, 7th grader at Oâbuch Middle School took home 3rd place in his weight division, 198 lbs at the Junior High School State Weight Lifting competition on Thursday, March 1, 2012. Congratulations on a job well done!
Ryan Davis, 8th grader at Oâbuch Middle School, took home 2nd place in the 165 lbs weight class at the Junior High School State Weight Lifting competition on Thursday, March 1, 2012. Way to go on a job well done Ryan!
The Antlers High School Weightlifting team competed at the Regional competition this last week, March 2nd, and two of the young men qualified for state. Caleb Stephens(on left) a Junior, got 2nd place in 181 class and John Poe, also a Junior, got 4th in his weight class. The boys will compete at State later on this month.
The Tigers, competing in area play this past week, fell short of their goal to make the State tournament.
Fresh off an opening round area victory over Tupelo, the Tigers would take on the Red Oak Eagles in the brand new 16.8 million dollar Kingston gym. The gym was spectacular and felt like the Tigers were already at the big show.
John G. Glass
John Gregory Glass, 60, of Rattan, passed from this life on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 in Antlers. Funeral services were held at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, February 24, 2012 at the Cloudy Baptist Church in Cloudy with Pastor Luther Roden officiating. Graveside services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Vaughn Cemetery in Vaughn, TX. Arrangements entrusted to Miller & Miller Funeral Home of Hugo.