In this Aug. 5, 2007, file photo, the 18th fairway with the Southern Hills Country Club clubhouse visible is viewed at the 89th PGA Golf Championship in Tulsa. The 2022 PGA Championship, originally scheduled for Trump National in New Jersey, will be played at Southern Hills. (AP Photo/Rob Carr, File)
By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer
The PGA Championship is headed back to Southern Hills next year, the Oklahoma course that gets its eighth major championship earlier than expected after the PGA of America cut ties with former President Donald Trump.
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POTEAU – Carl Albert State College has launched a new cooperative planning program for all CASC education majors planning to complete their degree at Northeastern State University (NSU) in Tahlequah.
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POTEAU – Elizabeth C. Martin, 94, of Poteau, passed away Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021 in Poteau and was born Feb. 10, 1926 in Bennington to Virgil and Maggie (Avants) Fulfer.
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SPIRO – Funeral service for Billy “Bo” Dean McKinney, 57 of Spiro, is 10 a.m. Thursday at Victory Worship Center in Spiro with Rev. Larry McSperitt officiating.
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SPIRO – Graveside service for Toni Holmes, 75 of Spiro, is 2 p.m. Tuesday at Park City Cemetery in Carthage, Missouri with Rev. Howard Jeffery officiating.
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LeFlore County had nine new coronavirus cases in Monday’s report by the Oklahoma Department of Health.
Spiro had three, Heavener and Pocola two, while Bokoshe and Shady Point both had one.
Active cases are 290, up one from Sunday.
The county has now had 4,610 cases, 4,288 recoveries and 36 deaths from complications due to the virus.
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– In an effort to crack down on child identity theft, State Sen. George Burns, R-Pollard, has filed Senate Bill 312, which would create harsher penalties for a person that steals the identity of a victim less than 18 years old. Continue reading “Burns files legislation on child identity theft”
DURANT – The Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority is moving forward with its plan to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to more tribal members. Beginning Monday, the third tier will be eligible to make an appointment for vaccination.
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