Archive - Jul 27, 2011 - News Article
Â Antlers-area residents have an opportunity to donate blood from 12-Noon to 6 p.m., Tuesday, August 2 at St. Agnes Catholic Church Parish Hall on 501 E Main Street
Each blood donation at the Pushmataha Hospital drive will save up to three lives.Â All donors will receive a voucher for two tickets to the Oklahoma City Zoo, a â€śfeel strong,â€ť zoo-themed T-shirt, and health screenings.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed an executive order on Friday, July 22, 2011 allowing haulers of hay to carry larger loads in their trucks. The order comes in light of the ongoing drought, which has left some farmers without access to hay for livestock.
Current rules restrict haulers of hay to dimensions of 11 feet in width. Governor Fallinâ€™s executive order increases those limits to 12 feet. Because a standard hay bale is six feet in width, this change doubles the amount of hay bales capable of being hauled per truck without a permit.
Saturday, July 23, 2011 members of the OSU Extension Services hosted a â€śKids-A-Cookinâ€ť class at the Extension Center. The Kids-A-Cookinâ€™ classes show adults that kids can cook and help them identify kid-friendly recipes along with age-appropriate â€śjobsâ€ť when cooking.Â Kids-A-Cookinâ€™ also helps older kids identify recipes that appropriate for their age and they can create by themselves. During Saturdays class they made Pumpkin Pudding, Deviled Eggs, Apple Smiles, Tuna Salad Sandwiches and Yo-Fruit.