52nd Annual Pushmataha County Homecoming
June 13th, 14th & 15th
Thursday, June 13th
Carnival at Fairgrounds opens
Friday, June 14th
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.: Registration at the Antlers Depot
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.: Quilt Show on North High Street in the Formerly Uhles Halley Drug Store
6 p.m.: Pickinâ€™ On The Porch at the Wildlife Heritage Center Museum
Rattan: Bean Supper at the High School at 5 p.m.
Antlers: Reception at High School Auditorium 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Moyers: Reception at the High School Library honoring the Class of 1963 (50 years)
A Hugo resident has recently been charged with begin a fugitive from justice, a felony charge.
Mikki Jo Thompson, a 39 year old female, was charged with Theft by check ($1500<$20K) in Grayson County, Texas. Prior to presentment, Thompson fled the state, becoming a fugitive from justice of the State of Texas. According to authorities, Thompson fled from the state and had been residing in Hugo.
The Rattan Rams took home their second consecutive spring state title despite a month layover. Last Tuesday, Wright City was reinstated and the tournament resumed the following Thursday.
Their state tournament journey began more than a month ago with a 15-5 quarterfinal run rule of Thomas-Fay-Custer. Hours after the contest the tournament was suspended.
The Rams didnâ€™t waste any time in extras putting two runs across in the top of the eighth and finishing off the Tigers in the bottom half of the inning with the 5-3 final.