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Weaton Named 2011-2012 Homecoming Queen

June 15, 2011

This year's theme for the Miss Pushmataha County Homecoming Pageant was "Big City Lights." The pageant was held June 3, 2011 at the Antlers High School Auditorium. The Auditorium was filled with family and friends that came out to show these young ladies their support.

15 Contestants competed in the pageant and your 2011-2012 Miss Pushmataha County Homecoming Queen is Sadie Wheaton. The Pageant also featured drawings and giveaways for Prizes, for the contestants and for the people in the audience.

Street Dance to be held on High Street

June 15, 2011

The weather is heating up, kids are out of school and running amuck, the street sweeper has been out and about in Antlers. That can only mean one thing. It is time for the 2011 Pushmataha County Homecoming Celebration! The community has been busy and buzzing with anticipation as last minute projects get completed. This year’s theme is “Pushmataha County: Past ~ Present ~ Future.”

Rattan Veteran Participates in Oklahoma Honor Flights to D.C.

June 15, 2011

So much has been written about the Greatest Generation of Americans, and very few would argue the fact that the American citizens of the World War II era saved this great nation and have made the lifestyles we are accustom to possible.

Congressman Boren will not seek re-election in 2012

June 15, 2011

U.S. Rep. Dan Boren recently announced that he will not be seeking re-election for a fifth term in Congress next year. Boren said he is through with politics and has no specific plans for his next career move.

"I don't have a job lined up," he said in an interview following his stunning announcement. "I am very open. I haven't had much time to think about it."

Boren expressed hope that whatever he ends up doing next he will be able to remain in Oklahoma, but he left the door open to taking a job outside the state.

 

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