UPDATE: I was able to get in touch with some from City Hall yesterday about the changes that have been made to the Majestic Lawn recently. According to them, this is all part of the construction that is taking place on Church Street to upgrade the system of pipes that runs beneath the street. Unfortunately (due to some very bad planning) the pipes run right under the Majestic Lawn, and in order to complete the upgrades and access the pipes, those three trees had to be removed.
“We tend to be a really busy practice,” Greg noted when asked about future changes, “that why there just no time to have the grooming and boarding anymore. It would be nice to have a new building at some point. Right at the beginning when you just taking on a practice it a lot to build a new place, but it is definitely something that we would both like to see happen, we just have to see how it all plays out.”.
The charges follow a pattern for the Lone Grove resident. In 2003, Matthews pleaded guilty under the name Pam Gibson on four counts of embezzlement totaling $127,000 from Arbuckle Wilderness. Gibson was given a 10 year suspended sentence in Murray County District Court.
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Our beloved Father, John Lavere Yarbrough, Daddy was born on July 14, 1924, to Steve Yarbrough and Agnes Corrine Turley in Eufaula. In 1938, at the age of 14, he joined the Oklahoma National Guard and was on duty in the Louisiana swamps until his father insisted he come home. After graduating from Eufaula High School in 1942, John attended the Roswell New Mexico Military Institute until his unit in the Army Air Corp was activated, and he was assigned to Italy as a B 24 Bomber Pilot during World War II.