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NORMAN  Tornado warnings and cell phone sirens punctuated the Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame's 18th annual banquet and induction ceremony Saturday evening. At 8:35 p.m.... [Read More]
SANTA RITA, Guam  "We Build, We Fight" has been the motto of the U.S. Navy's Construction Force, known as the "Seabees," for the past 75... [Read More]
An arrest warrant was issued last week for a Marlow man for repeated episodes of abuse of his girlfriend. [Read More]
MILWAUKEE  An Oklahoma tribal leader will now lead a national congress of Native people. [Read More]
ANADARKO  A 20-year-old Lawton man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to robbing an Anadarko man at gunpoint of his Xbox One and $70 in cash and... [Read More]
Despite a superb first half trailing undefeated Cyril on the road by only two points, Snyder ran into a bit of a road block in... [Read More]
Tuesday is World Polio Day and Gary Pratt of Lawton knows about polio firsthand. [Read More]
This fall's Northern California wildfires have claimed 42 lives so far. [Read More]
DUNCAN  Larry Nickum has been around dogs all of his life, but what the North Texan discovered at Fuqua Park Saturday was jaw-dropping. [Read More]
A teacher new to Lawton High this year was surprised when she found out she couldn't reserve a set of Chromebooks twice a week to... [Read More]
The $7.5 million portion of the proposed $99.5 million Lawton Public Schools' Student Investment Program bond is focused on student and instructional technology for the... [Read More]
Contractors will gear up this week for work on an east Lawton arterial, while an Interstate-44 interchange program has been delayed just a few weeks,... [Read More]
When you're in a blimp, there is no "flyover country." [Read More]
With the opening of her exhibit Thursday, J. Nicole Hatfield is taking "A New Path From an Old Direction," both as the name of the... [Read More]
The status of other projects funded through the City of Lawton's Capital Improvements Program includes:... [Read More]
The case of a 6-year-old girl who nearly died recently after being bitten by a western pigmy rattlesnake has raised concerns that threats posed by... [Read More]
Oklahoma Boy Scouts say the early October announcement that Boy Scouts of America will admit girls into all of its programs, beginning next year, is... [Read More]
Southwest Oklahomans geared up for tornadoes Saturday night  and though storm spotters reported land-touching tornadoes  area counties' emergency management personnel did not confirm major tornado... [Read More]
The Lawton Fort Sill Fall Open Streets will bring together 66 local vendors from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in downtown Lawton. [Read More]
The Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts will present the CU Percussion Ensemble, the CU Drumline and the Pan Express, in concert... [Read More]