Morning update 11-29-19 (2023)

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By JILL COLVIN Associated Press

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan (AP) — President Donald Trump paid a surprise Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan, where he announced the U.S. and the Taliban have been engaged in ongoing peace talks and said he believes the Taliban want a cease-fire.

Trump arrived at Bagram Air Field shortly after 8:30 p.m. local time Thursday and spent 3½ hours on the ground during his first trip to the site of America's longest war. He served turkey and thanked the troops, delivered a speech and sat down with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani before leaving just after midnight. He arrived back in Florida, where he is spending the holiday weekend, early Friday morning local time.

As per tradition, reporters were under strict instructions to keep the trip a secret to ensure the president's safety in the country. About 12,000 U.S. forces remain in Afghanistan.

Traveling with Republican Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming and a small clutch of aides, including his acting chief of staff, press secretary and national security adviser, Trump appeared in good spirits as he was escorted around the base by heavily armed soldiers, as the smell of burning fuel and garbage wafted through the chilly air. Unlike last year's post-Christmas visit to Iraq — his first to an active combat zone — first lady Melania Trump did not make the trip.

Trump's first stop was a dining hall, where the crowd erupted into cheers when he arrived. There, he served turkey to soldiers dressed in fatigues and sat down for a meal. But he said he only tasted the mashed potatoes before he was pulled away for photos.

"I never got the turkey," he told the troops. "A gorgeous piece of turkey."

During his visit, Trump announced that the U.S. and Taliban have been engaged in peace talks and insisted the Taliban want to make a deal after heavy U.S. fire in recent months.

"We're meeting with them," he said. "And we're saying it has to be a cease-fire. And they don't want to do a cease-fire, but now they do want to do a cease-fire, I believe ... and we'll see what happens."

The trip came after Trump abruptly broke off peace talks with the Taliban in September, canceling a secret meeting with Taliban and Afghan leaders at the Camp David presidential retreat after a particularly deadly spate of violence, capped by a bombing in Kabul that killed 12 people, including an American soldier.

That ended a nearly yearlong effort by the U.S. to reach a political settlement with the Taliban, the group that protected al-Qaida extremists in Afghanistan, prompting U.S. military action after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. U.S. and international forces have been on the ground ever since.

It was not immediately clear how long or substantive the U.S. reengagement with the Taliban has been.

Trump ran his 2016 campaign promising to end the nation's "endless wars" and has been pushing to withdraw troops from Afghanistan and in the Middle East despite protests from top U.S. officials, Trump's Republican allies in Washington and many U.S. allies abroad. For months now, he has described American forces as "policemen" and argued that other countries' wars should be theirs to wage.

Tens of thousands of Afghan civilians and more than 2,400 American service members have been killed since the war began 18 years ago.

Just last week, Trump flew to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to oversee the transfer of the remains of two Army officers killed when their helicopter crashed as they provided security for troops on the ground in Logar province in eastern Afghanistan. The Taliban still controls or holds sway over about half of the country, staging near daily attacks targeting Afghan forces and government officials.

The U.S. and Taliban had been close to an agreement in September that might have enabled a U.S. troop withdrawal.

Nonetheless, Trump said Thursday that he was proceeding with a plan to reduce U.S. troop levels to about 8,600, telling reporters we're "bringing down the number of troops substantially."

Still, he said, the U.S. will stay in the country "until we have a deal or we have total victory."

Trump made the announcement as he met with Ghani, the Afghan president. Ghani thanked the Americans who have made the "ultimate sacrifice" in Afghanistan and assured the president that Afghan security forces are increasingly leading the fight.

"In the next three months, it's going to be all Afghanistan!" Ghani said.

Ghani also praised Trump for the October mission that killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The Afghan leader also indicated, as Trump himself has, that the al-Baghdadi mission was even more significant than the 2011 mission targeting al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden. The bin Laden mission was ordered by then-President Barack Obama.

"President Trump, people talked a lot about bin Laden, but what you did to eliminate al-Baghdadi, who was an organizer and not a talker, is a much greater accomplishment," said Ghani, in remarks to U.S. troops before Trump's departure.

The trip came a week after the Taliban freed an American and an Australian who had been held hostage since 2016 in exchange for three top Taliban figures — a move that has been widely seen as a possible entree to rekindling peace talks.

The White House took pains to keep the trip a secret after Trump's cover was blown last year when Air Force One was spotted en route to Iraq by an amateur British flight watcher.

Cellphones and other transmitting devices were confiscated for most of the trip from everyone traveling aboard Air Force One. And Thanksgiving-themed tweets were teed up to publish ahead of time from Trump's account to prevent suspicions arising about the president's silence.

A small group of reporters was told to meet Wednesday night on the top floor of a parking garage in Maryland and was transported in black vans to Andrews Air Force Base. Nobody would confirm where he was going. The only guidance: Dress casually and warmly. Meanwhile, the president was secretly flying back from Florida, where reporters had been told he'd be spending Thanksgiving at his Mar-a-Lago club.

The plane he'd flown to Florida — the modified 747 painted in the iconic white and blue of Air Force One — remained parked on the tarmac at West Palm Beach Airport to avoid revealing the president's movement.

About 9:45 p.m. Wednesday, the president boarded a nearly identical plane concealed in a hangar at Andrews Air Force Base, taking off and landing under the cover of darkness, with cabin lights dimmed and window shutters drawn.

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said plans for the visit had been in the works for weeks.

"It's a dangerous area and he wants to support the troops," Grisham told reporters before Trump landed. "He and Mrs. Trump recognize that there's a lot of people who are away from their families during the holidays, and we thought it'd be a nice surprise."

Shortly after midnight, Trump and his entourage departed from Afghanistan.

The president told the troops he was honored to spend part of his holiday with them.

"There is nowhere I'd rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest, best and bravest warriors on the face of the earth," Trump said.

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Poteau practices in the rain Thanksgiving morning at Costner Stadium. Photo by David Seeley, Sports Editor

Poteau takes on Wagoner Friday

Poteau will attempt to make the state finals for the first time since 2013 when the Pirates play Wagoner in a Class 4A semifinal Friday at 7 p.m. at Jenks High School.

For those who cannot make the game, the Ledger will livestream the game beginning at 6:45 p.m.

Weather could play a big factor in the game. Rain and thunderstorms are expected in Jenks with a 90 percent chance of rain at kickoff with thunderstorms forecast through10 p.m.

That could result in delays depending on lightning.

The game should be a great one, however, matching up two of the 4A powers in eastern Oklahoma in the 2010s. Poteau is 11-1 and champions of 4A-4 while Wagoner is 10-2 and runner up in 4A-3.

This is the first time the two teams have battled since 2017, when Wagoner downed Poteau, 42-35, in overtime.

The Poteau and Wagoner winner plays the Tuttle and Weatherford winner Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. at Central Oklahoma. Tuttle and Weatherford play Friday at 1 p.m. at Noble High School.

By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer

STILLWATER (AP) — Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have lit up the scoreboard when they have faced off in recent years.

There are indications that this year's Bedlam showdown might be different, even with both teams boasting their usual high-powered offenses.

No. 7 Oklahoma (10-1, 7-1 Big 12, No. 7 CFP) leads the Big 12 in total defense and pass defense under first-year defensive coordinator Alex Grinch. The Sooners are allowing just 336.2 yards per game. That's quite a leap for a team that posted some of the worst defensive numbers in the nation last year.

"Just look at our tackle numbers, sack numbers, tackles for loss numbers — they're quite a bit different," Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said.

No. 21 Oklahoma State (8-3, 5-3, No. 21 CFP) has a playmaking unit that has forced 10 turnovers during a four-game win streak.

"They have a really good scheme and they play well," Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts said. "They have really good players. They get to the ball fast and they play the ball well."

Kenneth Murray leads Oklahoma's defense with 7.2 tackles per game and 12 tackles for loss. Ronnie Perkins leads the Sooners with six sacks and Jalen Redmond has four. Parnell Motley has 10 passes defensed and Tre Brown has eight. Nose guard Neville Gallimore attracts attention and does the dirty work that frees up the people around him to make plays.

The past three games, Oklahoma's defense has made key plays in the final minutes to help preserve victories.

"Obviously you're getting outcomes, so that's the main objective," Grinch said. "Showing some resiliency in certain situations."

Oklahoma State's Kolby Harvell-Peel leads the conference and ranks third nationally in passes defended with 18. The safety has five interceptions, tied for second in the Big 12. He also has forced two fumbles and recovered two fumbles.

Malcolm Rodriguez leads the Cowboys with 83 tackles. He scored the game-winning touchdown against Iowa State on a 26-yard interception return.

Amen Ogbongbemiga is second on the team in tackles with 80 and leads the team with 14 tackles for loss. Harvell-Peel is third on the team with 64 tackles.

"They've been active," Riley said. "They've ripped a couple of balls out and they've been very opportunistic in the throw game. You watch them — the majority of the ones that (can be intercepted) — they've made the plays. They've done a nice job with it."


Hurts and Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard are trying to make late Heisman pushes, and this game gives both an ideal spotlight. Hubbard, a Doak Walker Award finalist, leads the nation with 1,832 yards rushing. He has four games with more than 200 yards rushing this season.

Hurts has completed 71.4% of his passes for 3,184 yards and 30 touchdowns. He ranks third nationally in passer efficiency and second in total offense. He also has rushed for 1,156 yards this season, the second-most in a single season for an Oklahoma quarterback behind Jack Mildren.


Hubbard and Gallimore are from different parts of Canada, but they are undeniably connected.

Hubbard is from Sherwood Park, near Edmonton. Gallimore is from Ottawa, the capital city.

Their hometowns are a little over 2,100 miles apart. Though they aren't friends, they keep up with each other.

"He did a lot of good things for us a brought a lot of exposure to his city and Canada as well," Hubbard said. "I see he's doing good things at OU. I respect that guy."

Gallimore said he always roots for Canadian players.

"Another Canadian who has a dream of trying to play ball at the highest level," he said. "There's definitely a lot of value in that. There's always a love seeing a guy come from the same country as you. You understand what adversity you've got to come through."


Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy has called Hurts a one-man show, but Oklahoma running back Kennedy Brooks is averaging 125 yards rushing the past three games. He ran for 149 yards on 25 carries last week in a win over TCU. With fellow running back Trey Sermon out for the season with an injury and Oklahoma's offensive line improving, Brooks could carry a significant load.


Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb, a Biletnikoff Award finalist, is looking to return to form.

Lamb caught at least one touchdown pass the first six games this season and has 11 his past seven games. He didn't play against Baylor two weeks ago because he was out with an undisclosed injury. He only had two catches for 16 yards against TCU, though one was for a touchdown. He usually produces in important games.


Oklahoma has won its past three games by a combined eight points. The Sooners beat Iowa State 42-41, Baylor 34-31 and TCU 28-24.

In its four-game win streak, Oklahoma State has three wins by seven points — over Iowa State, TCU and West Virginia.

Trick TD sparks Bills past Cowboys

By SCHUYLER DIXON AP Pro Football Writer

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Cole Beasley savored a little extra time on the field with his former teammates after what had to be one of the most satisfying days of the Buffalo receiver's career.

And to think he didn't even have the most noteworthy play for the Bills' pass-catchers.

John Brown became the first Buffalo receiver to throw a touchdown pass, Josh Allen set a franchise record by producing at least two touchdowns in an eighth consecutive game and the surging Bills beat the fading Dallas Cowboys 26-15 on Thursday.

Allen ran for a TD and threw a scoring pass to Beasley, who had 110 yards receiving in the stadium where he spent his first seven seasons as the Bills (9-3) got their first Thanksgiving win since 1975 in their first appearance on the holiday in 25 years.

Buffalo is 5-1 on the road for the first time since 1966, and the nine wins through 12 games are the most since the Bills finished 10-6 in Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly's final season in 1996.

"It'll be the most satisfying day when we win a Super Bowl," said Beasley, who was critical of the Cowboys after leaving, then had six catches and finished 2 yards shy of his career high against them. "It's just another win, another step in the right direction."

The Cowboys (6-6) stumbled after scoring a touchdown on their opening drive, giving Philadelphia a chance to rejoin them atop the NFC East after their fourth double-digit loss in the past six Thanksgiving games.

A lackluster showing for Dallas' sixth loss in nine games came four days after owner Jerry Jones blasted the coaching staff following a loss to New England from a team that entered the season with lofty expectations.

Jones remained supportive of embattled coach Jason Garrett, who is in the final year of his contract in his ninth full season for a franchise that hasn't been past the divisional round since the last of its five championships to finish the 1995 season.

"This is not the time for me," said Jones, who made an in-season change when Garrett got the job in 2010. "I'm looking ahead at winning four or five straight. Every decision that I make over the next month will be with an eye in mind to get us in the Super Bowl now."

Allen, whose 15-yard run put Buffalo ahead 23-7 late in the third quarter, was 19 of 24 for 231 yards and a career-best 120.7 passer rating as the Bills won their third straight game and solidified their hold on an AFC wild-card spot.

The second-year quarterback found the ball at the bottom of a pile after fumbling a snap on fourth-and-1 in the second quarter, quickly reached the ball over the first down spot and then stumbled forward 3 yards to the Dallas 28, pumping his arms emphatically afterward.

"On fourth down, fourth and short, fumbling the snap, I got to do a better job with that, and get the ball to our running back and let him do the job there," Allen said. "But I wanted it. I wanted it really bad."

On the next play, Brown took a pitch on a double reverse and lofted the ball to wide-open running back Devin Singletary for Buffalo's first lead at 13-7 in the second quarter.

"I played a little backup quarterback in Pop Warner, but I wasn't all that," Brown said becoming the first non-QB with a touchdown pass for the Bills since Fred Jackson 10 years ago.

"Dropped a dime," Beasley said. "We had two great quarterbacks today."

The Cowboys couldn't blame a sputtering offense on the conditions after the windy and rainy loss to the Patriots. Dak Prescott threw an interception, lost one fumble and had another on fourth down as Dallas was outscored 26-0 over a 50-minute stretch.

Ezekiel Elliott had 54 yards rushing and another 20 receiving in the first nine minutes, but wasn't much of a factor the rest of the way. He finished with 71 yards rushing and 66 receiving.

Singletary became the latest back to have a splashier day than the two-time rushing champion, rushing for 63 yards with 38 more receiving. The 28-yard score was the easiest play he had all day, waiting for Brown's throw to come down and waltzing into the end zone.


Most of the Buffalo joy was saved for Beasley, who had several momentum-changing plays along with his 25-yard touchdown in his first 100-yard game with the Bills and third of his career. The diminutive receiver who grew up in the Dallas area and played at SMU.

"I'm extremely proud of Cole and happy for him," coach Sean McDermott said. "He's worked hard. Obviously we're happy to have him on our team. He said that to me before the game, and I'm just grateful for him and his mindset as well."


A week after getting criticized for taking a field goal down seven late against New England, the embattled Garrett went for it on fourth down from the Buffalo 6 late in the third quarter. But Prescott's pass to Elliott in the flat wasn't close, skipping in front of the running back.

Settling for field goals didn't help the Cowboys much either. Brett Maher had a 36-yard miss partially blocked by Star Lotulelei on the final play of the first half and was wide right from 47 in the third quarter.


Prescott was 32 of 49 for 355 yards and two touchdowns. The first was to Jason Witten, who has the most yards receiving on Thanksgiving with 895 after catching six passes for 42 yards.


Dallas left guard Connor Williams injured a knee and tried to return before being ruled out in the second half. He was just a few weeks removed from arthroscopic knee surgery.


Bills: Home against Baltimore on Dec. 8.

Cowboys: At Chicago next Thursday.

Morning update 11-29-19 (2)

Rain early with thunderstorms later in the day Friday. The high will be 58 degrees with a low of 54 degrees.

There is a 60 percent chance of rain. Sunrise is at 7:05 a.m. with sunset at 5:07 p.m.

Average temperatures for Nov. 29 are a high of 58 and low of 31. Records for the date were a high of 76 in 1970 and a low of 0 in 1976.

Thursday’s high was 44 with a low of 39. A total of .55 inches of rain was recorded, bringing the monthly total to 4.46. Average rainfall for November is 3.00 inches.

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DAV Jamboree 6 p.m. at Disabled American Veterans Chapter 63 building 6503 N. Broadway in Poteau

Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.

Football: Poteau vs. Wagoner 7 p.m. at Jenks in Class 4A semifinals


Funeral services on Modena McConnell

Funeral service for Audum Martindale

Adult book club noon at Heavener Library

Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.


Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.


Heavener Lions Club meets 5 p.m. at Simple Simon’s

Talihina Christmas parade 6:30 p.m.

Poteau, Wister city meetings

Basketball: Pocola at Spiro; Clayton, Whitesboro at Hartshorne Tournament; McCurtain at Bokoshe; Arkoma in Arkoma Tournament


Christmas celebration 1-6 p.m. Poteau Valley genealogical society room at Patrick Lynch Library

Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.

Poteau Evening Lions Club meets 6 p.m. at Carl Albert

Basketball: Talihina at Heavener; Quinton at Howe; Cameron at Wister; Clayton, Whitesboro at Hartshorne Tournament; Smithville at Buffalo Valley; Arkoma, McCurtain in Arkoma Tournament; Bokoshe at Keota; Pocola at Stigler


Poteau Rotary Club meets at noon at EOMC

Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.

Basketball: Clayton, Whitesboro at Hartshorne Tournament; Arkoma, McCurtain in Arkoma Tournament


Blood drive at Heavener High School 8:45 a.m. to 2;15 p.m.

Kiwanis Club meets noon Western Sizzlin

Lights on the Island Wister Lake 6 to 9 p.m.

Heavener City Council 6 p.m.

Basketball: Buffalo Valley, Wister at EOSC Tournament; Cameron at Keota; Clayton, Whitesboro at Hartshorne Tournament; Arkoma, McCurtain at Arkoma Tournament; Talihina at Stigler

Today is Friday, Nov. 29, the 333rd day of 2019. There are 32 days left in the year.

Highlight in History

On Nov. 29, 1963, President Johnson named a commission headed by Earl Warren to investigate the assassination of President Kennedy.

On this date

In 1890, the first Army-Navy football game was played at West Point, New York; Navy defeated Army, 24-0.

In 1910, British explorer Robert F. Scott’s ship Terra Nova set sail from New Zealand, carrying Scott’s expedition on its ultimately futile — as well as fatal — race to reach the South Pole first.

In 1929, Navy Lt. Cmdr. Richard E. Byrd, pilot Bernt Balchen, radio operator Harold June and photographer Ashley McKinney made the first airplane flight over the South Pole.

In 1947, the U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution calling for the partitioning of Palestine between Arabs and Jews; 33 members, including the United States, voted in favor of the resolution, 13 voted against while 10 abstained. (The plan, rejected by the Arabs, was never implemented.)

In 1952, President-elect Dwight D. Eisenhower secretly left on a trip to Korea, keeping his campaign promise to assess the ongoing conflict first-hand.

In 1961, Enos the chimp was launched from Cape Canaveral aboard the Mercury-Atlas 5 spacecraft, which orbited earth twice before returning.

In 1981, actress Natalie Wood drowned in a boating accident off Santa Catalina Island, California, at age 43.

In 1987, a Korean Air 707 jetliner en route from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok was destroyed by a bomb planted by North Korean agents with the loss of all 115 people aboard.

In 1991, 17 people were killed in a 164-vehicle pileup during a dust storm on Interstate 5 near Coalinga, California. Actor Ralph Bellamy died in Santa Monica, California, at age 87.

In 2000, bracing the public for more legal wrangling, Vice President Al Gore said in a series of TV interviews that he was prepared to contest the Florida presidential vote until “the middle of December.”

In 2001, George Harrison, the “quiet Beatle,” died in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer; he was 58.

In 2008, Indian commandos killed the last remaining gunmen holed up at a luxury Mumbai hotel, ending a 60-hour rampage through India’s financial capital by suspected Pakistani-based militants that killed 166 people.

Ten years ago: A gunman shot and killed four Lakewood, Washington, police officers at a coffee shop (suspect Maurice Clemmons was shot to death by a Seattle police officer two days later). Iran approved plans to build 10 industrial scale uranium enrichment facilities in defiance of U.N. demands it halt enrichment. Swiss voters approved a constitutional ban on construction of new minarets, the iconic mosque towers. Francesco and Edoardo Molinari of Italy became the first brother combination to win the World Cup of Golf.

Five years ago: An Egyptian judge dismissed murder charges against former President Hosni Mubarak and acquitted his security chief over the killings of protesters during Egypt’s 2011 uprising. Pope Francis stood in two minutes of silent prayer facing east inside one of Istanbul’s most important religious sites, the 17th-century Sultan Ahmet mosque, on the second leg of his three-day visit to Turkey.

One year ago: As he headed to the Group of 20 Nations summit in Argentina, President Donald Trump abruptly canceled a planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing Russia’s seizure of Ukrainian vessels. (Trump and Putin ended up talking briefly on the sidelines of the summit.) In a surprise guilty plea, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen confessed that he lied to Congress about a Moscow real estate deal he pursued on Trump’s behalf during the 2016 campaign. China’s government ordered a halt to work by a medical team that claimed to have helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies. U.S. health officials reported that suicides and drug overdoses pushed up U.S. deaths in 2017 and drove a continuing decline in how long Americans are expected to live.

Today’s Birthdays

Hall of Fame sportscaster Vin Scully is 92. Blues singer-musician John Mayall is 86. Actress Diane Ladd is 84. Songwriter Mark James is 79. Composer-musician Chuck Mangione is 79. Country singer Jody Miller is 78. Pop singer-musician Felix Cavaliere (The Rascals) is 77. Former Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee is 73. Actor Jeff Fahey is 67. Movie director Joel Coen is 65. Actor-comedian-celebrity judge Howie Mandel is 64. Former Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano is 62. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is 60. Actress Cathy Moriarty is 59. Actress Kim Delaney is 58. Actor Tom Sizemore is 58. Actor Andrew McCarthy is 57. Actor Don Cheadle is 55. Actor-producer Neill Barry is 54. Musician Wallis Buchanan is 54. Pop singer Jonathan Knight (New Kids on the Block) is 51. Rock musician Martin Carr (Boo Radleys) is 51. Actress Jennifer Elise Cox is 50. Baseball Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera is 50. Actor Larry Joe Campbell is 49. Rock musician Frank Delgado (Deftones) is 49. Actress Paola Turbay is 49. Contemporary Christian singer Crowder is 48. Actress Gena Lee Nolin is 48. Actor Brian Baumgartner is 47. Actor Julian Ovenden is 44. Actor Chadwick Boseman is 43. Actress Anna Faris is 43. Gospel singer James Fortune is 42. Actress Lauren German is 41. Rapper The Game is 40. Actress Janina Gavankar is 39. Rock musician Ringo Garza is 38. Actor-comedian John Milhiser is 38. Actor Lucas Black is 37. Actor Diego Boneta is 29. Actress Lovie Simone (TV: “Greenleaf”) is 21.

Thought for Today

“When you’ve seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there.”

George Harrison (1943-2001).

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