April 16th, 2015
The Pushmataha County Sheriff's Department K9 Nitro has received a ballistic vest thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT that has raised over $335,000.00.
What will happen to the County Jail if the Sheriffâ€™s Office runs out of operation funds before the fiscal year closes?
The County Jail has been grandfathered in to current jail standards and regulations, allowing it to remain operational without meeting all of the standards that are currently set by the state for jail facilities. For example: not having enough lighting, holding cells not having enough square footage or not having enough drains in the floor to provide what they feel are sanitary conditions.
Riding the toughest bucking horse no one else can ride is bad enough, but then life's challenges confront and test him just as hard as the bronc. Find out how the story plays out in Alfred Dennis' new novel, Ride the Rough String.
As a prolific storyteller of the western frontier, Alfred Dennis once again delivers another family friendly, action filled story with a splash of romance. His book begins with the life and dreams of two men, one old and one young, an unlikely friendship, but they share the same dream of having their own horse ranch.
Officer Jason Lawless has been awarded one of Tulsa Police Departments highest honors, the Medal of Valor, for his involvement and extraordinary efforts to free a woman being held hostage in her home.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Kevin Antwine and Park Ranger Steve Lumpkin responded to an incident at McGee Creek State Park Monday morning, April 13, 2015, when a fisherâ€™s truck became completely submerged in the lake.
An Atoka County man shot and killed his estranged wife and her coworker before turning the gun on himself in an apparent double murder-suicide that started in Atoka and ended in Stringtown late last Wednesday night.
The incident began at Sandford Oil Company sometime before 9 p.m. Wednesday, along Highway 69 in northern Atoka.
Kathryn "Lucille" Banks, 53, of Atoka, and Kent Houchen, 49, of Antlers/Rattan were found dead from gunshot wounds at the Sandford Oil Company by Atoka Police.
A local business man was spotlighted in the March/April edition of Oklahoma Today Magazine.
Tim Spann, owner and operator of Spannmanâ€™s Bar-B-Que in Antlers, was mentioned in a feature called, â€śThe Power of 3,â€ť by Nathan Gunter. The article is about two men, one road and more than a 600 mile drive from one of Oklahomaâ€™s farthest reaches to another down Oklahomaâ€™s longest state highway, 3.
The trip began in Haworth, winding itsâ€™ way thought the state, through the dips and rises of the elevation and through Main Streets and bypasses, ending six days later in Boise City.
Saturday, March 21st - Hugo Agriplex Grounds
Circus Big Top Raised Followed By A Tiger Meet & Greet
The magic of the old fashioned Big Top Circus is alive and well thanks to the hard working men and women of the Kelly Miller Circus. The traditional tented circus had been delighting audiences across the United States and Canada since 1938, and this seasonâ€™s all new edition provides an exhibition more exciting and extravagant than ever.
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections confirms two inmates escaped from the Mack Alford Correctional Center in Stringtown early Monday morning. The two inmates were missing at the early morning head count for Monday, March 9th.
The two inmates are identified as Lance D. Colbert and Dwayne Motsenbocker.
Colbert is serving time for first degree murder out of Tulsa County. He is described as being a 40 year old; black male; 5 ft. 9 in. tall; 260 pounds; black hair; brown eyes and has no body marks on record. Colbert was serving a life sentence.
Lady Rams, Rams, Bulldogs advance to Area
Bearcats, Lady Cats continue Regional play
The Lady Rams played in Antlers on Thursday, Feb. 19th, and beat Arkoma 57-55, which advanced them to play Kiowa on Saturday, Feb. 21st, in Kiowa.
The Lady Rams were named Regional Champions after beating Kiowa 51 to 42, and will now advance to Area play.