|William Reynolds Tennis News|
All the time William Reynolds has put in to tennis practice is paying off. This summer he practiced almost everyday and has competed in several tournaments/ In June he played the Kickingbird Tennis Junior Open in Edmond, OK. He won 1st place in the Boys Single 14 Year Old Division. On July 28th he went to the Chick Fil-A Open in Enid, OK He placed 2nd after going to a tie break.
He is pictured here after the tournament in Edmond with his 1st place trophy.
-- Submitted by Julie Reynolds (7/28/2012)
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|Some of the info below is now "after the fact" ... but I like to archive info on a permanent page ... that had only been on the transient intro page before deleting there. -- Ted|
|LAST weekend to sign up for fall soccer!!! Games start September 8th, run 10 weeks and cost $60. The more you wait, the less chance you have of getting the same team again. You can go online or walk up. Walk ups are Saturday 9-1 and Monday 6-8. Online link is in the About bracket here. Thanks!||Note: I stumbled across this on the Soccer Club's Facebook page. A lot more people would have a chance to see these notices if someone would email them to me. -- Ted 7/27|
|USDA: Cherokee Nation drought status raised|
Muskogee Phoenix - Online
July 31, 2012
USDA: Cherokee Nation drought status raised
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has elevated the drought status of areas within the Cherokee Nation to extreme this week, meaning local farmers and ranchers now qualify for relief funds.
Those with livestock and crops can apply for emergency disaster loans. This is the fourth driest period in northeast Oklahoma since 1921.
The Oklahoma Climatological Survey says the area is approximately 3 inches of rain below normal.
Oklahoma has one of the lowest livestock herds in the state's history, as owners are forced to sell livestock because of little or no grass or winter hay for cattle. This trend will eventually lead to an increase of beef prices at the grocery store.
Information on applying for disaster loans: Pat Gwin, (918) 453-5704.
|-- Cara Cowan Watts (7/31/2012)|