Archive - Oct 17, 2013 - News Article
Paris Police are investigating the death of four people who were shot and killed in Paris, Texas late last Wednesday night. They are treating this shooting as a quadruple homicide. Police have not received any tips from the community, which they say is highly unusual, especially considering the number of people murdered.
According to Chief Bob Hundley Jr. with the Paris Police Department, a woman called 911 shortly before 11:30 p.m. to report that someone was bleeding at a house in the 400 block of Northeast Sixth Street.
Breast Cancer Awareness month is October. The pink ribbon has become the symbol for breast cancer awareness and the hope for finding a cure. Awareness means knowledge. Knowledge is the key to diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and most importantly, finding a cure. Women and men alike are susceptible to this monster that claims thousands of lives each year. Early diagnosis and treatment are onesâ€™ best defense against becoming another such statistic.
The week of October 14-17 is this yearâ€™s Win-Win Week for Antlers High School (AHS), a week supporting cancer awareness through uniting the student and faculty body by wearing similar colors representing the cancer of the day. The Student Council, Cheerleaders, FFA, FCCLA, and BPA will be working together to raise money and awareness for Cancer Research, a nonprofit leader in treating cancer patients. All collections will be sent to Peggy and Charles Stephenson (former Antlers residents and AHS graduates) Cancer Center on the campus of the University of Oklahoma.
Basic Combat Training, or BCT, is a ten-week training period that teaches identical skills for all MOSs (Military Occupational Specialties). This is because the Army believes that no matter the soldier's specialty, they should all be taught the same basic procedures and skill set so they are ready to properly work together and defend themselves, as well as their fellow soldiers, when necessary.
Johnnie Brines celebrates 100th birthday
Johnnie Brines, or Antlers, celebrated his 100th birthday on Tuesday, October 15th, 2013. Johnnie was born to Luther and Freda Brines in Addington, OK., on October 15, 1913. He has three brothers: Forest, Eddie and Luther; along with three sisters: Nadine, Minnie and Jarata.
Johnnie married Lela Pearl Donaldson on May 15, 1986 in Antlers. They attended the Freewheel Baptist Church together. Lela passed away on January 29, 2005. Lelaâ€™s son, Johnnieâ€™s stepson, Ken Donaldson, has taken care of Johnnie since Lelaâ€™s death.