By CRAIG HALL
Good morning and welcome to the Ledger/LCJ morning blog. I am Craig Hall, the publisher, editor and more.
Today is March 14, the 73nd day of the year. There are 292 days left in 2021.
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LeFlore County had six new coronavirus cases in Saturday’s report by the Oklahoma Department of Health.
Poteau had three new cases, Spiro two and Bokoshe one. Active cases are 120, up three from Friday.
Howe’s girls won their second straight Class 2A state championship Saturday while the Lions came up a little short in their bid for the sweep.
It was a light day for county teams in sports yesterday. Here are the scores.
In baseball, top-ranked Red Oak blanked Heavener, 10-0, Saturday.
Thunderstorms expected for Sunday in LeFlore County.
In addition to the storms, strong winds are possible. There is a 100 percent chance of rain with a high of 65 and low of 46.
If you haven’t done so, change your clock or you will be late for everything.
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