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By REP. JAMES LOCKHART This week was another host of meetings and events in LeFlore County and the state capitol in Oklahoma City. I was fortunate to answer questions for a leadership course in Poteau on Monday. There were ... Read More
November 1, 2011

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Agenda for commissioners

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POTEAU—The board of county commissioners has scheduled a regular business meeting for Monday at 9 a.m. in the office of the board of county commissioners.                                                                        AGENDA:                                                (1.)      *           CALL TO ORDER. (2.)      *           MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING.                            (3.)      *           PURCHASE ORDERS.  (4.)      *           BONDS. (5.)      *           MONTHLY FEE REPORTS. (6.)      *           TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS. (7.)      *           BLANKET PURCHASE ... Read More
October 31, 2011

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Best laid plans

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IN SIMPLE TERMS (The comments expressed in this column are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect those of the Journal.) By BOBBIE McAULIFFE In late April and early May of this year a financial audit of the ... Read More
October 31, 2011agentsmith

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Updated district standings

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Arkoma is in and will get a first-round playoff game at home. Heavener, Pocola and Spiro are hoping to make the playoffs while the other county schools will be wrapping up the regular season this week. Arkoma has already clinched second place in its district going into Friday’s game at Claremore Christian. ... Read More
October 31, 2011

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Cheek takes week 9

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Rodney Cheek and Michael White were perfect in the Journal's Week 9 pick-em contest with Cheek winning by tiebreaker by coming the closest to the points Oklahoma scored in its game with Kansas State. Both pickers were 10-0 on the week. Cheek picked OU to score 38 points while White had ... Read More
October 30, 2011

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Week 9 county roundup

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Arkoma clinched at least second place in its district and Spiro stayed alive for a playoff spot in county football games Friday night. Poteau and Talihina were eliminated from the playoffs while Heavener defeated Panama, 28-14 (see story), to set up a huge game at home next week against Pocola. Arkoma ... Read More
October 28, 2011
burris catch

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    By CRAIG HALL PANAMA—Blake Smittle had another big game for Heavener and the Wolves moved a step closer to the playoffs with a 28-14 win over a vastly improved Panama team here Friday night in a 2A-6 district game.  The Heavener junior rushed for 190 yards on 20 carries and scored the ... Read More
October 28, 2011
wolfies

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Preview of week 9 games

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   Just a couple of weeks ago, Heavener and Panama appeared to be getting ready for basketball. That was before Heavener won at Talihina two weeks ago and Panama defeated Pocola last week. Now, two teams which have combined to win three games this year will play with the winner having a ... Read More
October 28, 2011

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Journal picks week 9!

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We would rather not talk, think or write about last week’s picks. Instead, how about those presidential candidates? Is it a law all the candidates have to be dorks? Or, what a World Series? Gosh, we sure are having some wacky weather! And then…never mind. We have always heard it is best ... Read More
October 28, 2011

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POTEAU--Ruby L. Ray, 85, of Poteau, passed away Oct. 26, 2011, in Poteau.  She was born Jan. 11, 1926, in Cauthron to James David and Minnie Emma Lee (Holmes) Stuart.  Graveside services are Saturday at 1 p.m. at Lower Center Point Cemetery , near Hon, under the direction of Grace Manor ... Read More
October 28, 2011

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