August 21st, 2014
The Antlers Bearcats Varsity Football team prepares to take the field to do battle in a test of strength, force, determination, skill and teamwork against their opponents.
The foundation for success continues to build for the Bearcats as head coach Kenny Speer enters his second season with the Bearcats. Prior to Speerâ€™s arrival, Antlers had won only 1 game in three seasons.
Six starters return surrounded by young underclassmen to provide Antlers with play making abilities that will be more run-oriented than last season.
Itâ€™s an Internet threat making its way around the country, and now itâ€™s hitting in Oklahoma.
The threats come from an Internet flyer calling for the â€śOklahoma purge.â€ť Itâ€™s in reference to the 2013 movie by the same name where all crime, including murder, is legal for one night.
According to the flyer, the Oklahoma purge will take place on Aug. 30 from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Aug. 31. Law Enforcement officers in the state are aware of the flyer and are monitoring the situation.
Last time we saw the Sooners, they were beating up on Alabama. So can Bob Stoops and company keep the good times rolling in Norman? Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak provides us with a key player, statistic, and game to watch for this season.
The Pushmataha County Chamber of Commerce Relay For Life Team, sponsored by the Hungry Horse Cafe in Antlers, will hold a â€śBurger Dayâ€ť at the cafe (101 West Main) on Friday, August 15th.
For every burger basket that is purchased during the event, which lasts all day, The Hungry Horse Cafe will donate 25% of those sales to our Relay For Life Team.
â€śWe [Chamber and Relay Team] are so thankful that the Hungry Horse Cafe agreed to partner with us for this event,â€ť stated Shaun Long. â€śThey have amazing food and are such wonderful people.â€ť