Archive - Oct 19, 2012 - News Article
Youth hunters have the first chance at a deer with a rifle during the youth deer gun season slated for Oct. 19-21.
The youth season is open to hunters under 18 years of age who are accompanied in the field by an adult who is at least 18 years old or older. The adult is permitted to archery hunt while accompanying the youth, but they may not hunt with a firearm.
An arrest warrant was issued for an Antlers man after striking a man in the face at the FirstBank ATM in Antlers.
Officers responded to a call from Michael Staples who informed them he was at the FirstBank ATM in Antlers when his foot slipped off the break causing him to slowly roll forward and he hit the vehicle in front of him.
With hunting seasons underway, and the hot summer temperatures giving way to fall like conditions, many hunters in the area have been itching to hit the woods and do some much anticipated camping and hunting.
However, when it is time to hunt, it is also time to have all your permits and licenses in order and to hunt safely and legally.
Mark W. Webb, of Nashoba, was recently ticketed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife for taking a coon in a closed season and spotlighting around the Honubia area. He will face the courts on October 31, 2012 in an initial appearance at 10:00 a.m.
Obtaining an Oklahoma hunter education card is now just a few clicks away for most of the state's prospective hunters.
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is now offering the complete hunter education course online. The successful cyber-student will be able to print an Oklahoma hunter education card after completing the free course.
Friday, October 19, is proclaimed â€śGeologic Mapping Dayâ€ť in Oklahoma by decree of Governor Mary Fallin. The proclamation outlines the various functions of geologic maps that include city planning, geologic hazard evaluation, oil and gas exploration, non-fuel and building material location, recreation areas, hunting and fishing plans, and much other needed information.