Archive - Jan 2014
In the first home game of our 2013-2014 season, our LadyCats and Bearcats were set to play the Wilburton Diggers. Both our girls and boys team had already met the Diggers in the Pick and Shovel Invitational hosted by Hartshorne, in which our girls lost to the Lady Diggers and our boys team beat their boyâs team in a 48-40 victory.
The City of Antlers has officially hired a contractor to continue clearing limbs for residents in Antlers.
On Monday, January 6th at the regularly scheduled City Council meeting, the City of Antlers hired Brownâs Tree Service to continue working to clear the City of limbs that fell during the ice storm that hit the area in early December 2013.
The contractors began pick up on Wednesday, January 8th and continue for approximately 4-5 days. The contractors will only pick up debris and brush that is in the city right-a-way by the street.
The Oklahoma Conservation Commission has announced Program Year 15 of the stateâs Locally-Led Conservation Cost-Share Program. The program began in 1997 with the goal of improving reducing soil erosion and water quality by providing financial assistance to landowners for applying soil and water conservation practices.
At the conservation districtâs October board meeting, the local criteria for the program year was selected. The practices that were approved are brush management, ponds, pasture and hay planting, pipeline, pest management, water facility and water well.
All consumers are advised to use caution when using or considering the use of electronic cigarettes, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) and other vapor products.
E-cigarettes/vapor products contain chemicals, including nicotine, which is toxic and highly addictive. Nicotine affects the nervous system and heart and can be absorbed into the body throughinhalation, ingestion and skin contact.
Two of Pushmataha Countyâs very own have made their movie debut as extras in the paranormal thriller âThe Last Word.â The sure to be a hit movie began filming in Shreveport and Mansfield, LA, in November 2013 and is now in post production with hopes of being released by Fall 2014.
The headlining stars of the film include Mike Doyle (Green Lantern, Law and Order/ P.S. I Love You), Erin Cummings (Mad Men/Ice Man/ Dark House and Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints/Powder/Saw 3D: The Final Chapter/ Dexter).
Jeanne Nichols was born July 10, 1930 in Hegins, PA., to Walter and Lydia Klinger. She passed from this life on December 31, 2013 in her home where she lived with her dauther in Wylie, TX. Jeanne fought the courageous fight against Lung Cancer and COPD. She succumbed to complications from COPD. Jeanne was a long time resident of Sobol. She was preceded in death by her parents: Walter and Lydia Klinger; brother: Frank Klinger; sister: Marie Artz and by many beloved pets.
Louis Franklyn Williams was born October 6, 1945, in Antlers to John August and Cora Sycreness (Allen) Williams. He passed from this life on December 28, 2013, in Antlers at the age of 68. Frankie served in the United States Army and stationed at the Dominican Republic. Frankie obtained the rank of corporal. He later married Mary Campbell February 12, 1966 in Antlers. Frankie worked as an equipment operator and logger. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, working on machinery, as well as spending time with his family and friends.