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Tigers move on to Area after slashing their way through Regionals

February 22, 2013

The Moyers Tigers defeated the McCurtain Bulldogs in a hard fought battle on Saturday night at the Regional Championships in Ada. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead with hot 3-pt shooting and had the Tigers down by 11 at the end of the first quarter.

But the Tigers clawed their way back to within 3 at the half. The Tigers continued to battle and took the lead by 1 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The 4th quarter belonged to the Tigers with a 65-60 victory over the Bulldogs.

Lady Cats named District Champs

February 22, 2013

For the first time in 16 years, BOTH the Lady Cats and Bearcats were named the 2013 Class 3A District Basketball Champions. The Lady Cats will advance to Regionals in hopes on continuing on to Area play.

Bearcats named District Champs

February 22, 2013

Bearcats go into District Playoffs with 16-4 record!

Rams named District Champs

February 22, 2013

The Rattan Ram were recently named the 2013 Class 2A District Basketball Champions. They will continue forward to Regionals to compete for a chance to continue on to the Area competition.

Library partners with I.R.S. for tax preparation

February 22, 2013

Antlers Public Library has partnered with the I.R.S. in an attempt to better serve the people. The program is known as Facilitated Self Assistance or FSA. It is a concept designed to provide increased taxpayer access to free tax preparation services and will hopefully empower taxpayers who qualify to do their own returns making them self-sufficient in tax preparation.

Because this service is offered, and the I.R.S. is encouraging E-filing, the library will not have the paper forms available.

House Approves Post-conviction DNA Act

February 22, 2013

Legislation approved unanimously by the Oklahoma House of Representatives would allow an individual who is convicted of a crime to file a motion to request forensic DNA testing of any biological material associated with the crime.

“Oklahoma is currently the only state that does not have a postconviction DNA process in place,” said state Rep. Lee Denney (R-Cushing), the bill’s author. “This legislation creates that process and thus makes it even more difficult for mistakes to fall through the cracks.”

David Lee Chavis

February 22, 2013

Ova Elvira Nunnelee

February 22, 2013

Harold Ray Warren Jr.

February 22, 2013

 

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