K-9 Deputy Athena is one of Pushmataha county's drug dogs, but after dozens of drug operations, she's developed health problems and needs surgery. Now, the Sheriff's office is asking for the community's help.
K-9 Deputy Athena is one of two drug dogs donated to the Pushmataha County Sheriff's Office. Her handler, Deputy Polly Culver, said Athena's assisted in dozens of drug arrests with her 100% accurate snout. But last year, she noticed the two-and-a-half year old canine was in pain.
PICTURED ARE: AHS Bearcat Band at Orlando included (kneeling from left) Andrew Cole, Chad Lewis, Cory Lewis, Bailey Woods, McKinley Payne, Carley Wayman, Shanda Hindman, Megan Cole, Heather Cole, Jessica Blan, Elizabeth Rowland, Emily Dahl, Kelly Gage; (back standing from left) Faith Folsom, Silas Maple, Ryan Lewis, Conner Copeland, Hannah Maple, Noah Payne, Caleb Harrington, Crystal Mallett, Tripp Sanders, Dyllynn Bell, Andi Routon, Shylor Lawrence, Daniel Anderson, Tristan Baggett, Jacob Brandon, Travis Petty, Kassie Bell, John Ables, Jessica Armstrong, Kali Clark, Kara Cole, Katie Paredes
The opening of the new community center and field office in Antlers took place on Tuesday, March 26th. Drawing over 200 individuals to the momentous event, who came out to show their support, the hopes for this new center are to provide larger areas for senior citizens to gather for meals, hold meetings and classes, and offers office space and much needed parking.
Located at 400 1/2 S.W. âOâ Street, the new building is over 8,000 square feet, much larger than the old one, seats 170 people, has emergency backup generators, fire sprinklers and will include a workout room.