April 17th, 2014
On Thursday the LadyCats had a rough start in the tournament losing to
Rattan moving them to the loser's bracket. They came back strong in their
next 2 games that afternoon winning back to back against Soper and Valliant
II. The ladies returned on Friday defeating Wright City to move back up
into the winner's bracket.
The First Baptist Church in Antlers has been burglarized for the third time in less than two years, but now two of the three parities being charged with the crime are in custody.
Tarron Horner, Savanna Wilson and Cody Leeper, who has yet to be taken into custody, are being charged for the crime.
The First Baptist youth director stated that he came in Sunday, March 30th to find that the sound equipment, keyboards and TV monitors had been stolen.
In an effort to relax certain laws, an ordinance was passed at the last Antlers City council meeting to remove the city code in place since 2009 that banned pocket knives. However, an important subsection was left out by the Council which kept pocket knives illegal.
"We messed up when we filed it originally. We left out an important subsection which would allow pocket knives. We had a meeting yesterday and corrected this issue making it legal to carry pocket knives in the City of Antlers" said City of Antlers Mayor Mike Burrage.
The Pushmataha County Sheriff's Office K9 will be receiving a ballistic vest/s thanks to a nationwide GROUPON EVENT that has raised over $335,000.00.
The City of Antlers will experience a temporary water outage on Thursday, March 20th, from 10:00 p.m. until approximately 7:00 a.m. on Friday, March 21st.
City workers will be shutting off the water to work on and fix local water leaks.
The run-off election for the open seat on Antlers School Board will take place April 1, 2014. The two candidates who will be going head to head to claim the position are Robert Bowman and John Wood.
Both candidates received high votes in the initial election but neither secured enough to be named to this position.
Early voting will take place on the Thursday and Friday before, March 27th and 28th, from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the Election Board.
Verna Lou Everett, 82, of Broken Bow, OK went home to be with the Lord on March 8, 2014 at Broken Bow. She was born September 2, 1931 at Broken Bow, OK, the daughter of C.W. and Eva (Smith) Hutchison. Verna had lived in Broken Bow for the past fourteen years, moving from Antlers, OK. She worked in many different positions at the Antlers Nursing Home for many years. She also worked as a personal care giver and was the Director of Antlers Day Care for many years. A devout Christian, Verna was affiliated with the Hochatown Assembly of God Church.
Tina Lynn Greenwood, 76, of Antlers, Oklahoma passed from this life Saturday, March 8, 2014 in Paris, Texas.â€¨Tina was born August 22, 1937 in Lubbock, Texas to Benjamin Franklin and Annie Beatrice (Grace) Hunt. Tina was very devoted to family, she took pride in raising her five children and she adored her grandchildren. Tina was strong willed, she loved being outdoors, animals and gardening.â€¨She was preceded in death by her husband; Jack Greenwood, sons; Jack Reed and Wayne Reed, brothers; Elwood Culbert and J.E.
Garnett "Katie" Metcalf born on June 10, 1929, passed from this world on March 5, 2014. Many friends and family will be there to welcome her in heaven. Katie was born in California and spent most of her time on the West coast. At the time of her passing she considered Antlers, Oklahoma, to be her home. â€¨â€¨She loved to travel and always looked forward to her Wednesday lunches at the Choctaw Senior Citizen Center where she enjoyed the company of friends and family.