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'He's a warrior': Oklahoma commit Drew Sanders scores all three Denton Ryan touchdowns in loss to Highland Park
ARLINGTON — Despite a disappointing afternoon for Denton Ryan — which fell to Highland Park for the third-straight year in the state semifinals — a bright spot for the Raiders was the performance of junior linebacker and receiver Drew Sanders, who scored all three Ryan touchdowns.
Half of Oklahoma counties have no OB/GYNs, delivery hospitals
Oklahoma City — For women in more than half of Oklahoma counties, pregnancy means preparing for at least one long drive, and putting their trust in a doctor they may never have met in person.
Tua Tagovailoa's 'iffy' injury status for Oklahoma questioned
All signs are pointing to Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa getting the start in the Crimson Tide's College Football Playoff semifinal showdown vs. Oklahoma on Dec. 29, but a report earlier this week doubting the Heisman runner-up's actual status has come under intense media fire.
OSU football: Coach Mike Gundy says most of Oklahoma State's 2019 class should sign on Wednesday
STILLWATER — For the second consecutive December, the Gundycopter is traveling around Oklahoma and Texas. Mike Gundy visited a number of Oklahoma State verbal commits this month. He took the helicopter to see Arygle, Texas, offensive lineman Preston Wilson and Cedar Hill,
Lady Cats roll over Idabel
Senior point guard Sadavia Porter was the fuel in the rocket for the Lady Cats. She erupted 27 points, including 19 in the second half, to spark a 49-37 win by Sulphur Springs at home Tuesday over the Idabel, Okla. Lady Warriors.
Bank bankrolls first-responder training for two in Foreman
Two people in Foreman, Ark., have been recruited to train as first responders and a bank has offered to pay for the training. A first responder is a person with specialized training who is among the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency, such as an accident or natural d
Traffic stop leads to arrest of parolee who absconded
A De Queen man and woman will face charges after an encounter with sheriff deputies on the night of Saturday, Dec. 8. According to the sheriff’s report, Deputy Justin Gentry was driving through De Queen on Lakeside Drive when he observed a red Nissan Xterrra that appeared to have non-functioning bra
November/December Good Citizens for De Queen Middle School
November/December Good Citizens for De Queen Middle School, left to right: Riley Cate Carlton, Keishla Trinidad, Luis Ahumada and Altin Kight. Students that have demonstrated Good Citizenship (helpful to teachers and other students, no office referrals, etc.) are chosen at the end of each month.
OPINION — THE OKLAHOMAN: Political party switch not big deal
Last week, state Rep. Johnny Tadlock of Idabel announced he had left the Democratic Party and joined the Republican caucus. The relatively understated nature of this event shows party switching ain’t what it used to be. That’s no knock on Tadlock, but a reflection of how much the political scene has
Local cheerleaders perform at Disney World
Local cheerleaders Halley Gentry, Aubrey Banhart, Kaylee Morgan, Mina McAda, Haylin Halcombe,Trevor Blankenship and Laiken Emerson, from Horatio High School and De Queen High School, were selected to perform in the Varsity Spirit Spectacular Parade at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Besides enjoy
Game Day: Wildcats Take on #1 6-A Denton Guyer; Lady Cats Host Idabel, Oklahoma
Game Day: Wildcats Take on #1 6-A Denton Guyer; Lady Cats Host Idabel, Oklahoma. The Wildcats’ basketball team will take on the #1 ranked team in Class 6A, Denton Guyer, on the road Tuesday night (December 11) at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats come in with a 10-4 season record. There will be a freshmen game
De Queen man charged with DWI after rollover accident on N. 9th Street
A De Queen man was jailed on charges of DWI after a rollover accident on the S-curves on N. 9th Street near Robinson Road on Friday, Dec. 7. Roy Garza, 27, is facing charges of DWI and refusal to submit to chemical tests with a court date set for Dec. 18.
DQ junior high teams drop two to Nashville
The De Queen junior high teams dropped two games to visiting Nashville Dec. 3. The Cubs fell 46-32 in the boys contest. The visitors took an 11-7 lead in the opening period. They led 28-17 at the half and 35-24 at the end of the third.
Another Very Good ‘Short’ Quarterback Rises From Oklahoma
DENTON, Tex. — When the 2019 college football season begins, the active Football Bowl Subdivision leader in career passing yards will be a small quarterback from an appropriately tiny town who received a single F.B.S. scholarship offer coming out of high school.
Lady Cat Press Ignited Second Half Win Over Idabel
After struggling through the first half, the Lady Cats’ basketball team turned to a press that ignited the team in the second half in a 49-37 win over Idabel, Oklahoma Tuesday evening (December 11) in Wildcats Gym. The Lady Cats trailed 10-7 after one quarter and 17-14 at the half before outscoring
De Queen man charged with reckless driving after engaging deputies in a high speed chase
A De Queen man was jailed on charges of reckless driving after leading a sheriff’s deputy on a chase through city streets on Monday, Dec. 10. Juan Mosqueda, 23, was booked into the Sevier County Jail on charges of reckless driving and no driver’s license and given a court date of Jan. 22, 2019.
Quorum court enacts ordinance to charge inmates for custody fees
The Sevier County Quorum Court , at their Dec. 10 meeting, approved an ordinance which requires jail inmates, upon conviction to pay the expenses for bringing him or her to jail and also for his or her support from the day of their initial incarceration for the whole time they remains there.
Beasley named Rotary Cup winner
De Queen High School senior Malik Beasley took home the De Queen Rotary Club’s annual Rotary Cup award, that was given to him at the club’s meeting on Monday, Dec. 10 at the Mary Pop’s restaurant. The prestigious award has been given to the high school’s top athlete since 1936. The 17-year-old Beasl
Horatio School District donates to Imagination Library
Horatio School District donated $1,000 to Imagination Library of Southwest Arkansas. The presence of books in the home supports the child’s academic, social and emotional development. Children develop a special bond with their parents and caregivers by reading together. The Imagination Library puts
Lockesburg woman who doesn't scan all items at Walmart self-checkout, charged with theft
A Lockesburg woman was cited for theft of property less than $1,000, after being turned over to De Queen police by Walmart security. Laura Broach, 45, was jailed on Nov. 30, after being viewed on store video cameras taking merchandise.