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A Pushmataha County woman has been arrested on seven counts of child neglect according to a press release that the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation released on Friday.
According to the OSBI, agents were called in to help the Pushmataha County Sheriff's Office investigate allegations of child neglect in July. During the investigation, agents discovered 34-year-old Sonia Kubisak was living in tents with her seven children ranging in age from 7 to 17 years.
OSBI says the neglect was discovered when the children were assessed by a local nurse practitioner.
The Atoka County Sheriff's office unwrapped a trunk full of Christmas presents last week and found over $100,000 worth of marijuana.
A Sheriff's deputy says he spotted a car driving on the shoulder of the road and pulled it over. He found two women, two children and a trunk full of Christmas presents.
The adults in the car were Stephanie Renee Roboedo and Blanca Moya.
When the arresting officer suspected something wasn't right, he called over his trusted K-9, Morgan, who located the marijuana in the back of the car - disguised as Christmas presents.
Citizens for Honesty, Openness and Accountability, with members from throughout the Southeast Oklahoma area, filed 2,700 signatures of Choctaw Electric Cooperative (â€śCECâ€ť) members on Friday, December 12th,calling for the ouster of the entire Board of Trustees at CEC and asking that new elections be held within 45 days.
Three nurses and a security guard are recovering after an alleged knife attack in the emergency room of Deaconess Hospital.
According to police, Keith Bain, of Valliant, walked in the ER complaining of chest pains and he allegedly started to violently assault four workers, which included stabbed a security guard in the neck.
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By now, many residents have noticed some construction taking place at the Antlers location of Sonic Drive-In.
According to the location, all of the concrete had became cracked and corroded so it is now being replaced. So no more potholes at Sonic! Also, while the concrete is up, lines are being laid so digital menu housings can be installed.
This weekend, for the convenience of their customers, they hope to have all the stalls back open to better serve residents.
In spite of frigid weather, the stands were filled with Bearcat fans who traveled to Stroud to watch their Bearcats, Friday, November 14, in their first playoff game in ten years. The Stroud Tigers were a tough match with a 9-1 record, while the Bearcats was coming off their first winning season since 2004. All knew that it was not going to be easy for the Bearcats, but the guys were determined to show their grit - and, they did.
The Choctaw Electric Cooperative recently contacted Mark Matloff, District Attorney for Choctaw, McCurtain, and Pushmataha Counties, concerning the information from its ongoing investigation into mismanagement and wrong doings within the cooperative.Â
According to CEC, they were directed to contact the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and deliver their information to them.Â They have subsequently met with an agent of the OSBI and provided the agent with the entirety of their information to date.Â