HOWE—Funeral services for Jack Thurman, 75, of Howe are Monday at 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church in Heavener with Rev. Ray Weaver officiating.
Burial will follow in the Heavener Memorial Park, under the direction of Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home of Heavener.
POTEAU—Carl Albert State College has released the names of its President’s Honor Roll and Vice President’s Honor Roll for the first semester.
The following are students from LeFlore County.
President’s (requires a 4.0 GPA)
Arkoma—Morgan E. Giles, Cha-Marie Robertson.
Bokoshe—Kelseigh N. Hopson
Cameron—Edward L. Pate
Heavener—Katie A. Bottoms, Lily R. Friedl, Arturo Ortega, Alexandria L. Rold.
HOWE—Funeral services for Charles Lee Been, 82, of Howe are Friday at 2 p.m. at Evans Chapel of Memories in Poteau.
Interment will follow in the Mount Olive Cemetery in Hartford, Ark., under the direction of Evans & Miller Funeral Home.
He passed …
POTEAU–Bentley and Susan Hill have been serving Carl Albert State College students since 1997 when Bentley became the Director of Baptist Collegiate Ministries at the CASC Poteau campus.
In addition to helping Bentley with the campus ministry, Susan has gone from adjunct instructor, to full-time faculty, to division chair of Communications …
Candidates for municipal office in 12 LeFlore County municipalities may file declarations of candidacy starting at 8 a.m. on Monday.i
Sharon Steele, secretary of the county election board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. on Feb. 8.
Declarations of candidacy will be accepted at the county election board office for …
HOWE—The Howe Elementary honor roll students for the fall semester.
First grade—Brooklynn Allison, Jorge Amezcua, Zoey Braun, Grace Cockburn, Sylus Cooper, Madison Coor, Kinsler Cox, Elijah Gillion, Kynleigh Hall, Ryon Janway, Hunter Krasky, Kobi Krebbs, Katelyn Page, Isabella Shipman, Levi Sullard and Chance Williams.
Second grade—Gracelyn Allen, Kaylee Gammel, Jordyn …
TAHLEQUAH—Northeastern State University’s president’s honor roll and dean’s honor roll students from LeFlore County.
President’s honor roll (students must complete 12 hours of undergraduate classes with a 4.0 grade point average)
Poteau—Amber Anderson, Haley Copeland, Jeremy Cremeans, Brittany Rice, Candice Yochum.
Talihina—Hanna Clemons, Audra King.
Dean’s honor roll (students must complete at least …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—Poteau senior Sequoyah Sanders was honored as the boys’ MVP of the 85th annual LeFlore County Tournament after leading the Pirates to a 46-42 win over Talihina for the championship.
It was the second straight tournament MVP for Sanders, who scored 17 points in the win.
Poteau also …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—Howe sophomore Jalei Oglesby was selected the girls’ MVP of the 2017 LeFlore County Tournament.
Oglesby scored 17 points in the Lady Lions’ 61-32 win over Heavener in the championship game, including 15 points in the third quarter.
Howe teammates Braden Dorsey and Morgan Hillebrand were also named …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—With Howe’s girls a little slow out of the gate in Saturday’s 85th annual LeFlore County Tournament championship game against Heavener, coach Chris Brown turned to his bench and got a big dividend.
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Leading only 8-7 late in the first quarter, Brown started …