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A cute and fun treat for any New Yearâ€™s Eve celebration! Make your favorite chocolate cupcake, or any flavor you want for that matter, and show it off in Martini glasses. You can use mini marshmallows to imitate champagne bubbles and make them to fit any color scheme.
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Driven by a passion to continually reestablish their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their students, local educators recently joined more than 3,000 of their colleagues in three days of professional development activities in Galveston. This annual convention of over 200 programs was sponsored by the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (TAHPERD).
Many residents of t he Miller-Jumbo area turned out for the bridge dedication ceremony for the new bridge that spans 10 Mile Creek on Miller-Jumbo Road.
The bridge was dedicated to the late Sylvester Smith, Earl Smithâ€™s father, and George â€śBuddyâ€ť Henderson on Wednesday, December 19, 2012.
After at least 80 years of continuous service, the old arch rock bridge remains intact but has been blocked from any future vehicular traffic.
After a possible explosive device was located on Sardis Dam Road, the Clayton Police Department and Pushmataha County Sheriffâ€™s Department were called. Not willing to take any chances with public safety, they immediately contacted the Oklahoma Highway Patrolâ€™s Bomb Squad.
The Clayton Fire Department blocked off both ends of the dam, which lead some to speculate that Clayton was being evacuated, but that was not the case.
After forecasters were predicting incoming winter weather, which contained a 90% chance of mixed precipitation throughout the state, many area residents were not expecting to see anything but rain on Christmas Day.
Much to our surprise, and the delight of some, a dusting of snow covered the area, leaving many to travel home in questionable weather conditions.
Grants provided by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will fund archery, shooting and hunting heritage programs for hundreds of youth in Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma. The funding will also improve elk and small game habitat in Kansas and Oklahoma, and go toward elk research and tree replanting efforts in Nebraska.
â€śIt is vital that we invest resources in promoting and sustaining our hunting heritage,â€ť said David Allen, RMEF president and CEO. â€śThese grants show our continued commitment to reaching out to the next generation in a part of the country that was home to historical elk range.â€ť
That's right folks, Santa has been spotted cruising around Antlers!!!! With only 4 days to go until Christmas, Santa must be trying to get a little R&R before the big night!
We have all heard and been touched by the story of the heavily armed man that walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut on Friday, December 14th, and opened fire. Within minutes, 26 people were dead at the school, 20 of them children and 6 adults.
Monday night while trying to remove a dead dear from the roadway, that had been killed in an earlier accident, Marie Hilburnâ€™s vehicle was struck from behind.
Hilburn, 39 year old female of Spencerville, had been traveling east on HWY 3 in Rattan when she stopped her vehicle in the road to remove the deer. Hilburnâ€™s Ford pickup was hit from behind by a 2005 Mazda that was being driven by Janice Rose Headrick, a 60 year old female from McAlester.
A General Contractors lunch was held at the ODOT Division 2 Headquarters on Friday, Dec. 14th, to show their appreciation to the hard working men and women that help repair and maintain our roadways and bridges.
â€śThis is our way of saying Thanks to all the guys and gals who work so hard to maintain and build our roadways,â€ť said Bobby Steem, the director of the Association of Oklahoma General Contractors. â€śAs contractors we just want to do the job right and give the tax payers what they deserve and pay for.â€ť