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Savanna student honored to win first McAlester STAR title
Trevor McBane says having renowned country music singer and instrumentalist Roy Clark serve as one of the five judges who selected him as the first McAlester STAR made winning the title even more special.
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McAlester center Keaton Slater, wearing black, shoots between several defenders during Tuesday’s practice at Bob Brumley Gymnasium.
Know Your Foe: Buffs face rival Lions at Area
The McAlester Buffaloes face their rival Durant Lions in the area consolation semifinals tonight at 8 p.m. at Catoosa
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- Know Your Foe: Buffs face rival Lions at Area
A meeting for the 42nd Annual Womans Holy Week Salad Luncheon took place Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church, which is hosting this years event. Karen Kinkead will be the Mistress of Ceremonies. The speaker will be provided by First Baptist Church and music by First United Methodist. Decorations will be by St. Johns The Evangelist Church and opening and closing prayer provided courtesy of First Christian Church. Some of those attending the meeting are pictured from left, Christina Thurber, All Saints, Sue Parham, First Baptist, Carol Durant, First Baptist, Karen Kinkead, First Presbyterian, Liz Flesher, St. Johns, Gloria Basinger, St. Johns and Peggy Grippando, St. Johns.
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Honoring Chris Lane
One by one, they stopped playing or coaching and walked past the media to talk about Chris Lane.
Guess you could say he was on everybody’s mind Wednesday, especially the 40 or so players from Redlands Community College and East Central University.
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