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April 3rd

Pushmataha K9 receives ballistic vest

April 3, 2014

The Pushmataha County Sheriff's Office K9 will be receiving a ballistic vest/s thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT that has raised over $335,000.00.

March 19th

Antlers to be without water tonight

March 19, 2014

The City of Antlers will experience a temporary water outage on Thursday, March 20th, from 10:00 p.m. until approximately 7:00 a.m. on Friday, March 21st.
City workers will be shutting off the water to work on and fix local water leaks.

Run-off election draws near

March 19, 2014

The run-off election for the open seat on Antlers School Board will take place April 1, 2014. The two candidates who will be going head to head to claim the position are Robert Bowman and John Wood.
Both candidates received high votes in the initial election but neither secured enough to be named to this position.
Early voting will take place on the Thursday and Friday before, March 27th and 28th, from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Election Board.

Circus to take place this weekend

March 19, 2014

The Kelly Miller Bros. Circus, founded during the Depression, is making another milestone this year as it celebrate its seventy sixth anniversary. Founded in 1938 by Obert Miller and his sons, Kelly and Dores, this traditional tented circus has seen the passing of the millennium and still offers the same great family entertainment it presented in its humble beginnings.

Miss RHS Crowned

March 19, 2014

On the evening of March 15, 2014, a new Miss RHS was chosen after a magnificent night full of entertaining excitement! Dana House, Principal of Rattan School, welcomed everyone to the 23nd annual Miss RHS Scholarship Pageant. The show opened with the contestants, reigning Miss RHS 2013, Sarah Williams & Miss RHS 2012, Stepheney Haddox, thrilling the audience by performing a dance to “The Beautiful People.”
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Spanish Mustang named Heritage Horse of OK

March 19, 2014

The Spanish Mustang of Oklahoma, famous for excelling in endurance competitions and all around equine events was officially bestowed the honorable title of “The Heritage Horse of Oklahoma” on March 5, 2014 in Oklahoma City.

It was a very important day for the colonial Spanish horses preserved in the foundation herds of Bryant and Darlene Rickman of Southeast Oklahoma and other members of the Southwest Spanish Mustang Association who, with the Livestock Conservancy, have worked for many years ensuring the preservation of this genetic and cultural treasure.

Hospital back on track

March 19, 2014

What a difference a couple of weeks cam make. The hospital had some money come in and can make payroll. The operating room has been brought up to spec and all deficiencies corrected. As soon as the state gives the word, the OR will be back in business.
How important is the operating room to the overall financial well being of the hospital? According to the CFO, the operating room brings in an average of $250,000.00 per month. The OR has been closed for 4 months. It was stated that this was the main reason for the $800,000.00 shortfall last year.

Families with Native American children needed

March 19, 2014

Halito! If you are expecting or just had a Native American baby, we need you! The Choctaw Outreach Services Better Beginnings Department are participating in a study to learn what services best meet the needs of our Native American families with young children.
You only have to do three things to participate and earn $100 in fuel: 1. Enroll, You will receive a $20 fuel voucher for enrolling; 2. Complete two short parent surveys when your baby is two months old that asks how your child is doing and what you've learned as a parent, You will get $40 in fuel vouchers; and 3

Inmates back in custody

March 19, 2014

After around the clock searching, and countless man hours the two inmates that escaped from the Pushmataha County Jail are now back in custody and facing new criminal charges for escaping from a penal institution.
On Sunday night, February 16, two DOC inmates being housed in Pushmataha County Jail escaped after overpowering jail staff while the inmates were being served. The inmates were spotted by Antlers Police Department’s dispatchers and the hunt began.

March 17th

Inmates returned to custody

March 17, 2014

After around the clock searching, and countless man hours the two inmates that escaped from the Pushmataha County Jail are now back in custody and facing new criminal charges for escaping from a penal institution.
On Sunday night, February 16, two DOC inmates being housed in Pushmataha County Jail escaped after overpowering jail staff while the inmates were being served. The inmates were spotted by Antlers Police Department’s dispatchers and the hunt began.

 

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