A town hall meeting focusing on Heavener water will be held by District 3 State Rep. Lundy Kiger at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug.
The goal in Heavener has always been about one thing and one thing only, for residents, businesses and industries to receive what most people receive when paying their monthly water bill; to have c
District 3 State Rep. Lundy Kiger said he will speak to Heavener’s city council and utility authority members at the regular city meetings Thursday at Heavener City Hall.
Since being elected and prior, I've heard nothing but complaints about Heavener's water quality and burst lines causing the public, businesses and industries to shut
The biggest financial impact to ever affect SE Oklahoma and Western Arkansas was the state’s largest single private investment in the state until 2002 – the AES Shady Point Cogeneration plant.