The Bokoshe United Methodist Church will hold a special community breakfast on July 1
LeFlore County students on the University of Oklahoma honor roll
Silver alert issued in LeFlore County
Sales tax revenue was down in LeFlore County in the May report by the Oklahoma Tax Commission
Death notice for Gary Lee Bass, 72, of Bokoshe
State Bill 860 would cut an additional $17.7 million in state aid for schools.
Sen. Mark Allen voted for the bill while Sen. Joseph Silk voted against it.
Here is the projected state aid reduction from fiscal year 2017 breakdown by school districts in LeFlore County:
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POTEAU–Carl Albert State College has released the Vice President’s Honor Roll for the 2017 spring semester.
This includes LeFlore County students with a 3.00 – 3.99 GPA.
Arkoma—Sarah J. Alverson, Kylee S. Cusick.
Bokoshe—Buddy R. Bell, Brittnie D. Brassfield, Tara R. Dees, Brooklyn K. Gebhardt, Kelseigh N. Hopson, Shawneanna M. Nelson, Wilbur L. … Read More
POTEAU—The 2017 LeFlore County all-star basketball games are Tuesday at Carl Albert State College.
The girls play at 6:30 p.m. with the boys tipping off at 8 p.m.
Here are the projected rosters:
Cheyenne Crase, Bokoshe
Dakotha Battice, Cameron
Skylar Bell, Panama
McKenzie Harper, Panama
Mikah … Read More
BOKOSHE—Funeral services for Ann Marie Nuzzi, 29, of Bokoshe are Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the First Assembly of God Church in Bokoshe with Rev. Doyle Martin officiating.
Interment will follow at the Spiro City Cemetery, under the direction of Mallory Martin Funeral Home of Spiro.
She was born Dec. 13, 1986 … Read More
Heavener was given the top seed for the 2017 slow-pitch softball LeFlore County Tournament, which will be played April 10-13 at the PARC in Poteau
Howe is the second seed while Wister is the third seed and Poteau is seeded fourth.
Panama is the fifth seed while Pocola is sixth. Cameron is … Read More