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Church gives 150,000 to help schools and local agencies
Many churches have missions in other countries but Life Church of McAlester is giving $150,000 to help schools and charities right here in McAlester.
Stuart’s Bowen leaving for Coleman
After six years as Stuart's baseball coach, Randy Bowen will be leaving the Hornets, taking over as head baseball and basketball coach at Coleman.
Stuart baseball camp starts Monday
The Stuart baseball field will host a five-day baseball camp that starts Monday at 8 a.m. The camp will run from 8 a.m. to noon each day and costs $50.
3 locals make, skip OHS Meet of Champions
Zach Skimbo and Casey Jones from McAlester and Tysin Davis from Quinton all qualified for Tuesday's Oklahoma Track Coaches Association Meet of Champions in Yukon, but none competed.
Cowboy Caravan coming to McAlester
Oklahoma State Cowboy fans will have the chance to hear from OSU football defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer, head women’s basketball coach Jim Littell and head women’s equestrian coach Larry Sanchez as part of the 2013 Cowboy Caravan. The caravan will stop in McAlester on Thursday, May 23, at Pete’s Place, located at 120 SW 8th St. in Krebs.
Buffs baseball camp starts Monday
McAlester baseball will host an 11-day baseball camp starting Monday at Mike Deak Field. The camp will cost $70, and parents can register half on the first day of camp.
Locals compete at Tulsa bodybuilding competition
Kevin Wilson and Jason Fassio competed in the National Physique Committee Battle of the Bodies bodybuilding competition Saturday in Tulsa.
Former Buffs compete at NCA/NDA Collegiate Championships
Former McAlester High School students compete at the National Cheerleading Association and National Dance Alliance Collegiate Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla., April 10-14.
Buffs tennis finishes fifth at State
McAlester’s six state qualifiers combined for 15 points, leading the Buffs to a disappointing fifth-place finish and no individual championships Saturday at the 5A Boys’ High School State Tournament at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center
Lake Eufaula Classic All-Star Game set for Saturday
For 19 local football players, this week’s graduation ceremonies won’t be the end. They were selected to the 29th Annual Lake Eufaula Classic All-Star game, which takes place May 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Paul Bell Stadium in Eufaula.
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