During the County Commissioner meeting held on Monday, January 5, 2014, agenda numbers were skipped to accommodate the overflowing crowd present to hear the plans that Sheriff Duncan had made to be able to run his department until the end of the fiscal year.
The first item the board addressed was signing off on an overlay project, planned to start after April 2015, for Cloudy Road. This overlay would cover approximately 7.8 miles, starting at the Cloudy turnoff in Rattan.
Pictured from left to right: James Horton, Master of The Lodge; Tom Nation, Senior Warden; Bruce Horton, Junior Warden; Raymond Lough, Treasure; John St. Clair, Secretary; John Dillishaw; Junior Deacon; Phillip Prince, Senior Steward; and Rick McCafferty, Tyler.
Not pictured; Mark Gardner, Chaplin and James Gardner, Senior Deacon
If you have problems with wildlife causing damage to your property or even getting in your trash, you are in luck. Kiamichi Trapping and Wildlife Control Service is now open for business.
Animal damage is becoming a problem in many cities and towns because most have a no discharging of firearms within the city limits law. Because of this, wildlife have free range to cause all kinds of damage to peopleâ€™s property. The problem animals range from raccoons, opossums, squirrels, foxes, skunks, and armadillos, just to name a few.
As we all come together with family and friends to celebrate the holiday season, we would like to extend our sincerest hopes that you and your loved ones have a truly memorable and happy Christmas!