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A dozen Hugh Bish Elementary fifth-graders were treated to a special "formal" hot breakfast and lessons in etiquette and leadership Friday morning. ... [Read More]
Oklahoma is at a watershed moment and state leaders must decide whether they are going to make changes or keep going in the same direction,... [Read More]
The City Council will meet in special session Tuesday to look at recommendations that could change the configuration of the new public safety facility. [Read More]
ALTUS  Changes to the city's animal ordinance are set to take effect Feb. 5 that outline areas such as licensing, fees and list of violations... [Read More]
COMANCHE  A meet-the-candidates forum is set 6-8 p.m. Monday in the Randy Byford Building, 218 Oak Main, candidates for Stephens County Commissioner District 3. [Read More]
Most sports fans are well aware of certain celebrities or heroes who are so good at what they do that they are known simply by... [Read More]
In 2015 Don Shelby had a vision. [Read More]
The new year welcomed a life-changing accomplishment for cadets of the Lawton Basic Police Academy Class of 2017-12. ... [Read More]
Drought conditions continued across Southwest Oklahoma this week, according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor Report released Thursday by the National Drought Mitigation Center. [Read More]
MEDICINE PARK  Six months since opening, the Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center is expecting two new exhibits in the near future. [Read More]
Members of a City Council study committee continued to explore the idea of changing the function of the city jail as they worked Friday toward... [Read More]
Lawton police have released new details about Thursday's pursuit that ended shortly before 10 p.m. with a four-vehicle crash at the intersection of Southwest 38th... [Read More]
Hunters who took part in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge's two controlled elk hunts had a high success rate. [Read More]
Neil West is a man on a mission. That mission? Bring an energetic, pop music chorus to Southwest Oklahoma. [Read More]
A Lawton man was unpleasantly surprised when someone bombarded his car with food last week in the 3800 block of Southwest Rolling Hills Drive. [Read More]
Frustrated by a legislative budget impasse that has stalled state progress, a statewide coalition of Oklahoma business and civic leaders proposed a comprehensive solution Thursday... [Read More]
Ten Southwest Oklahoma students are among the 620 Northern Oklahoma College freshmen and sophomores listed on the fall academic honor rolls. ... [Read More]
Thursday's announcement that a coalition of business and civic leaders is recommending a package of reforms and tax increases brought quick reaction from those opposing... [Read More]
People in the audience at the Lawton Public School's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [Read More]
Southwestern Medical Center, like other local and area hospitals and health care providers, has seen the effects of a nationwide shortage of IV bags, used... [Read More]