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Hearing set for suspect

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POTEAU—Suhail Shanti is scheduled to appear before a judge on Friday in his first hearing on charges he murdered a fellow Carl Albert State College student in 1983. Shanti is charged with the murder of Mohammad Alzein. His body ... Read More
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Arkoma and Talihina appear well on their way to a postseason berth. But for the other county schools, they are facing almost must-win games Friday night. Arkoma and Talihina made it halfway through the season with perfect records, but both have key district games on the road tonight. The Mustangs visit perennial ... Read More
October 7, 2011

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County dog breeder files suit

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A LeFlore County dog breeder has filed a lawsuit saying a state agency is breaking the law by not allowing veterinarians to inspect kennels that are applying for state licenses. James Blaylock filed a suit saying actions of the Commercial Pet Breeders Board is contrary to Senate Bill 637. To see the ... Read More
October 7, 2011

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Wister falls at state

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EDMOND--Wister's shot at repeating as state baseball champions ended here Thursday night as the Wildcats fell in the first round of the state fall baseball tournament, 5-1, to Amber-Pocasset. The Wildcats won the spring state championship and were ranked second entering the tournament. Amber-Pocasset jumped out to a 2-0 lead in ... Read More
October 7, 2011

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Journal picks week 6

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As we sit here wondering if Oregon is wearing pajamas instead of football jerseys, we ponder one of the strange traits of football fans everywhere, not just LeFlore County. Over the years, once we get to the middle of the season attendance either goes way up for a team, or way ... Read More
October 7, 2011

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ZOE--Ike Breeding, 93, of Zoe, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 in Poteau. He was born Nov. 28, 1917 to Walter G. and Ella (Bingham) Breeding in Fogel, Ok. He was a member of the Heavener Church of Christ, a retired cattle rancher and a veteran of World War II, ... Read More
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HEAVENER--Glen Hembree, 77, of Heavener, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 in Fort Smith. He was born April 18, 1934 in Shawnee to Samuel Powell and Carmen Elois (McMurray) Hembree and owned the Otasco store in Heavener and later worked at the Peter Conser House.  Memorial services are Sunday at 2 ... Read More
October 6, 2011
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POTEAU--Poteau had Fort Gibson right where the Lady Pirates wanted the visitors. After falling in the first meeting Wednesday afternoon, Poteau came back to defeat Stilwell, 13-0, and then slammed Fort Gibson, 6-1, to force a third and final game with the winner advancing to the state tournament. But the Lady Pirates ... Read More
October 6, 2011

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OKLAHOMA CITY--Panama was down but never out here in the first round of the Class 2A fast pitch softball tournament. The Lady Razorbacks trailed top-ranked Colbert, 2-0, going into the seventh inning, only to tie the score in their final at bat with two outs. Neither team could score until the 11th ... Read More
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SUMMERFIELD--Booth Dean Grey, 71, of Summerfield, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 in Summerfield. He was born Oct. 17, 1939 in Summerfield to Malcolm and Bessie (Hollan) Gray, was a member of the International Brotherhood Electrical Workers ... Read More
October 6, 2011

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