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March 12th

Adopt an abandoned pet TODAY

March 12, 2012

The Antlers City Pound has a few new guests staying with them this week that would love to be a part of your family. There are a total with 6 dogs ready for adoption. There are 3 black and white puppies, two male and one female, that are part hound; one mid-length haired small male dog of unknown breed, and two mid-sized dogs, both breeds unknown. If you have any questions, think one of these animals might be yours, or are interested in adopting them please contact Antlers City Hall at 580-298-3274.

March 9th

Rattan High to host blood drive

March 9, 2012

The Oklahoma Blood Institute and Rattan High School are partnering in a blood drive from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, 2012. All healthy adults, and 16 and older, are encouraged to donate at 100 W. Main Street to save loves of those in area community hospitals. All blood doners will receive a donor T-shirt, free health screening and donor reward points.

FCCLA participate in FACS Day at the Capitol

March 9, 2012

Doltinn Brown, Payton Gentry, and Erika Taylor from Antlers High School FCCLA Chapter joined over 350 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students and advisers at the Oklahoma State Capitol for FACS Day at the Capitol. The day's activities were planned by the Oklahoma Association Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences and coordinated by Legislative Chairmen Ann Heard and Cindy Franks.

“Tax Reduction Act” advances to the House floor

March 9, 2012

Fallin: Plan is a Game-Changer for Oklahoma

The “Oklahoma Tax Reduction and Simplification Act,” the tax cut plan outlined by Governor Mary Fallin in her State of the State address, was heard last week in the House Appropriations Committee where it passed by a margin of 11-6. The bill is sponsored by House Speaker Kris Steele and Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman. The bill now heads to the House floor before it can make its way to the Senate.

Two charged with distrabution of meth

March 9, 2012

On Monday, March 5, 2012 Eric Lynn Roden and Natlie Renae Weems, both of Antlers, were charged with the distribution of controlled dangerous substance - methamphetamine, a felony, after selling the drug to an informant of the District 17 Drug Task Force.

On November 9, 2012, members of the Drug Task Force meet with a confidential informant to conduct a controlled by of methamphetamine from Eric Roden, a 25 year old white male. The informant was searched and a video recording device was placed on the informants’ person prior to the sale.

Antlers man charged with rape and incest

March 9, 2012

On Friday, February 24, 2012, Mardieth Neil Farrell of Antlers was charged with four felony counts. These charges were First Degree Rape, Sodomy, Incest and Sexual Battery.

Due to the sensitive nature, and to protect the victim or victims, court documents for this case are not available at this time.

Farrell will appear in court on March 6, 2012 with proof of counsel. The Preliminary hearing conference is set for March 21, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. with Judge Jana Wallace presiding. A $100,000 bond was placed and if paid no contact with the victim is allowed.

Volunteers needed for "Blue Thumb" Project

March 9, 2012

The Pushmataha Conservation District is sponsoring a “Blue Thumb Training for New Volunteers” on Friday and Saturday, March 9th and 10th at the Antlers Community Building located at 204 SW 4th Street. Blue Thumb is a water pollution education program that counts on volunteers to perform stream monitoring, screen ground water, and educate the public about pollution prevention.

March 1st

Pride of Antlers scores big at District

March 1, 2012

District Solo and Ensemble Contest was a great success this past weekend for several members of “The Pride of Antlers” Bearcat Band.

At District Solo and Ensemble, the students prepare pieces of music to perform either by themselves or on small groups for judges. The kids then receive a rating from Superior, a “1”, down to a “5” being the worst.

Free Clinic opens doors for first time

March 1, 2012

On Thursday, February 23, 2012, the Free Clinic in Antlers opened their doors for the first time. With a troop of volunteers, including doctors and pharmacists, the Free Clinic is a coming together of many local people to fill a gap in the community’s health care system.

First Insurance named “Agent of the Month”

March 1, 2012

Stroud National Agency (of Ruidoso, New Mexico), is pleased to present the “Agent of the Month” Award to First Insurance of Antlers, a partner of FirstBank. The Agency qualified by writing the most new farm insurance premiums during the month of January 2012.

They were in competition with over 700 independent agents who produce farm business for Stroud National. First insurance has been an agent for Stroud National since August of 2011 and has an excellent history of insuring the very best farm risks in their territory.

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