Robert Giles Holt, 84, of Heavener passed away on Friday, Feb. 6, 2014 in Vian. He was born Feb. 4, 1931 in Stillwell to John William and Etta (Gore) Holt.
He was a longtime resident of Heavener and a member of the …
A 27-year-old Heavener man died when his vehicle left Lovings Road near Hodgen on Friday morning.
Shae McLaughlin was driving a Chevy Tahoe about a mile north and five miles east of Hodgen when the vehicle left the road and struck the end of a bridge at around 7:45 a.m.
The Tahoe …
TALIHINA—Heavener’s girls stayed tied for the Black Diamond Conference lead while Talihina’s boys downed the Wolves here on Friday night.
The Manley twins combined for 28 points and the Lady Wolves improved to 14-6 with a 36-21 win. Talihina’s boys blew the game open in the second quarter and pulled away …
Playoff assignments for Classes 4A, 3A and 2A have been announced by the OSSAA.
The playoff pairings for all three classes can be seen HERE.
Heavener and Spiro are both in Area IV in the Class 3A playoffs and are on the road.
Heavener is at Hartshorne while Spiro is at Salina. …
MONROE–James Larry Thomas, 66, of Monroe passed away Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015 in Monroe. He was born March 25, 1948 in Waldron, Ark. to James Henry and Madine Vivian (Duncan) Thomas and worked at Baldor Electric for 40 years.
Elijah Cook was the winner of the Heavener Elementary geography bee.
Edwin Martinez was second and Seth Anderson finished third.
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The Heavener City Council will meet on Thursday at 6 p.m.
Here is the agenda:
1. Approval of minutes of previous meeting
2. Approval of purchase orders presented for payment
3. Discussion of municipal judge and municipal court
4. Consider and take action on approving bids on surplus property (police vehicles auctioned)
5. New business/public comments
POTEAU—Poteau’s PKMS students of the week have been announced.
Brooklyn Fout is the student of the week for the eighth grade. She is the daughter of Brandi and Mike Fout. Electives are Family & Consumer Science, Computers and FCCLA. She likes school because, “I get to see my friends.”
Nathan Clark is …
POTEAU—The following LeFlore County students were named to the President’s Honor Roll at Carl Albert State College for the fall semester. Students maintained a 4.0 GPA for the semester.
Bokoshe—Travis Fout, Melissa Jones, Rebecca Lindenau, Miranda McFarland, Rachel Swindle, Kassandra Warner.
Cameron—Stephanie Goodwin, Matthew Herndon
Heavener—Kamber Vasquez, Hannah Wagner, Sarah Wagner|
Howe—Hannah Beames, Ronald …
HOWE—Howe rolled past McCurtain in a pair of Green Valley Conference games here Tuesday.
Howe’s girls stayed undefeated with an easy 75-21 win while the Lions also scored an easy 58-20 win.
The Lady Lions jumped ahead 26-6 at the end of the first quarter and upped the lead to 48-12 at …