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Arrests Thursday, Jan. 10 Kelsey Harrell, 25, violation of bond condition. Friday, Jan. 11 Luis Perez, 37, domestic assault and battery.... [Read More]
If you're wondering how you can make an impact on helping bring different segments of the population together in Altus, you can join the Unity... [Read More]
It's no secret that Staci Cope always wanted to be a teacher. In fact, she said it was "a calling from God." After all,... [Read More]
Nathan James Cross of Altus (Navajo) has been accepted and is enrolled in the Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) College of Pharmacy in Weatherford. ... [Read More]
State Sen. Greg McCortney has filed legislation to add school nurses or other designated employees to those who can administer life-saving opiate antagonists. Currently, state... [Read More]
The Altus girls' and boys' basketball teams traveled to Clinton on Tuesday to take on the Clinton Red Tornadoes and keep the season rolling. ... [Read More]
The Oklahoma premiere of "Church & State" will be produced by Lawton Community Theatre Feb. 1-3 and 7-10 at the theater, 1316 NW Bell, in... [Read More]
Staff Report Forty percent of students surveyed in the sixth, eighth, 10th and 12th grades say they had consumed alcohol within their lifetime, according... [Read More]
The Navajo Lady Indians were riding a wave of victories in 2018, winning five straight before losing their first game to 16th-ranked Hollis in the... [Read More]
Rubi Ruiz, a fourth grade student at Rivers Elementary School, led the Altus Public Schools Board of Education in the Pledge of Allegiance Monday night... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice Richard Darby of Altus was home Monday to swear in district judges and court reporters. Here, he swears in court reporters, from... [Read More]
The Altus City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the Altus Municipal Complex, 509 S. Main St. Councilmember Diane Landers and... [Read More]
The effort given by the Western Oklahoma State College Lady Pioneers' basketball team in 2019 hasn't been questioned, but the outcome in each of the... [Read More]
Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Richard Darby, right, congratulates District 3 Judge Brad Leverett after swearing him in Monday to his new office. Ironically, Darby was... [Read More]
The City Council meetings are supposed to be public meetings where the City's business is discussed and voted on in public view. At the 8... [Read More]
Saturday brought about the conclusion of the Frazer Bank Invitational Tournament with the Duke Tigers and Duke Lady Tigers both turning in impressive performances to... [Read More]
The Altus High School boys' and girls' swimming teams were at the King Marlin Swim Club in Oklahoma City on Friday for the Casady McGuinness... [Read More]
The Jackson County Board of Commissioners met in regular session Monday, Jan. 14, at the Jackson County Courthouse, 101 N. Main St. to discuss monthly... [Read More]
Those attending Miss Altus Feb. 9 will notice a few changes, including a name change. The Miss Altus Pageant is now called the Miss Altus... [Read More]
Legislation was filed Thursday to keep felons from being unfairly punished for riding in vehicles with drivers legally carrying a firearm. Senate Bill 46 is... [Read More]