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January 10th, 2014
All consumers are advised to use caution when using or considering the use of electronic cigarettes, electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) and other vapor products.
E-cigarettes/vapor products contain chemicals, including nicotine, which is toxic and highly addictive. Nicotine affects the nervous system and heart and can be absorbed into the body throughinhalation, ingestion and skin contact.
Two of Pushmataha Countyâ€™s very own have made their movie debut as extras in the paranormal thriller â€śThe Last Word.â€ť The sure to be a hit movie began filming in Shreveport and Mansfield, LA, in November 2013 and is now in post production with hopes of being released by Fall 2014.
The headlining stars of the film include Mike Doyle (Green Lantern, Law and Order/ P.S. I Love You), Erin Cummings (Mad Men/Ice Man/ Dark House and Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints/Powder/Saw 3D: The Final Chapter/ Dexter).
December 26th, 2013
Santa and this reindeer were caught flying over Antlers during the holidays. Santa was seen making his stops and double checking his list of the naughty and nice boys and girls in Pushmataha County. He told the staff of The Antlers American to wish all of our readers a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
After the winter storm hit our area many events that were scheduled to take place did not happen as planned. Santaâ€™s Workshop, that was supposed to take place Friday and Saturday, was completely canceled and at this time is not planned to be rescheduled. Other events that will not take place include: pictures with Santa, Santaâ€™s Little Helpers Christmas pageant and Rudolph bingo.
The $1000 Shop Local drawing, Christmas parade and fireworks display will be rescheduled but at this time no date has been set.
Governor Mary Fallin has declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm impacting the state.
Because the weather included prolonged sub-freezing temperatures, dangerous road conditions and power outages, emergency management authorities recommended issuing this declaration before the full brunt of the storm arrived.
Governor Fallin warns Oklahomans to stay off the roads if at all possible and use extreme caution if you have to drive.
In the aftermath of winter storm Cleon, residents and workers in Pushmataha County are working diligently to get our community as close to back to normal as possible.
Trees and power lines throughout the area were snapped under the weight of the ice that accumulated on them during the storm. Residents began loosing power as early as Thursday night and some still are without power at this time. Power crews are still working around the clock to get them restored.
Winter weather has hit Pushmataha County quicker than expected. Reports have came in that vehicles have already started to lose control on the highways and one has already flipped, trapping the driver.
Do NOT get out on the roads if it is not 100% necessary! Stay home and stay safe. The weather is supposed to continue to get worse as the day gives way to night and more rain and sleet comes our way.
The Christmas parade and firework display that was scheduled for Friday night, December 6, 2013, has been re-scheduled for Friday, December 13, 2013. The event was re-scheduled due to impending bad weather that is supposed to hit the area Thursday night and continue into Friday, making for undesirable conditions for the parade and fireworks.
November 2012-November 2013
Several events will take place around the county as residents gear up for the holiday season. They include parades, shop local campaigns, pageants and a fireworks display.