POTEAU–The Kiamichi Technology Centers inducted 34 new members from the Poteau Campus into the National Technical Honor Society.
The goal of the National Technical Honor Society is to see that deserving CareerTech students be recognized and that the people of the community …
HOWE–The Howe High School reunion/banquet will be held Saturday at Howe Public Schools.
All graduates, former classmates, teachers, staff and their families are invited to attend. The event will be first come, first served. Meal tickets are $15 each and will be collected at the door.
The doors will open at noon …
WILBURTON–Eastern Oklahoma State College will host the 45th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic sports competition May 26 and May 27 in Wilburton. High school athletes, who were selected by area coaches, will compete for either the North or South teams in softball, baseball and basketball.
The Kiamichi All-Star Classic will begin May …
Three LeFlore County players were selected to play in the all-state slow-pitch softball game on June 27 in Edmond.
Heavener’s Carlyssa Sanchez was named to the large east team while Howe’s Braden Dorsey and Wister’s Stevee McMillin were selected for the middle east team.
The full rosters can be seen HERE.
Memorial services for Lester Burton “Burk” Bandy, 62 of Heavener are Thursday at 2 p.m. at Dowden-Roberts Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Sonya Nix officiating.
Cremation arrangements are made under the direction of Dowden- Roberts Funeral Home Heavener, Oklahoma.
He was born May …
Howe overcame an early 7-1 deficit to defeat Heavener 9-8 in slow-pitch softball on Tuesday.
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Heavener scored seven runs in the bottom of the first but could only manage one more run over the final six innings.
The Lady Lions tied the score with four runs …
By CRAIG HALL
POTEAU—Heavener’s tournament curse for 2017 is over, just in time for the Lady Wolves to win their fourth straight slow-pitch softball LeFlore County Tournament.
Heavener had earlier made it to the championship games of two tournaments, one at Howe and Battiest, but the Lady Wolves were swept in the …
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 …
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.