COMANCHE  As state budget cuts kept slimming down support for senior nutrition sites, the Comanche Nutrition Center opted out. Now, the center is supported by the city, donations and fundraisers. Comanche City Manager Chuck Ralls said effective Oct. 1, 2015, the city took over the nutrition program due to funding cuts from the state.
Being the No. 1 seed in the Comanche County Basketball Tournament seems to agree with Geronimo's boys. The Blue Jays set a team record for three-point field goals and Braden Burk tied the individual record Tuesday as Geronimo rolled to an 85-50 victory over Frederick in first-round action at Great Plains Coliseum.
Geronimo's girls ended 14 seasons of frustration Monday by defeating Sterling, 49-27, in opening-round action in the Comanche County Basketball Tournament at Great Plains Coliseum. The third-seeded Blue Jays had not won a first-round game since defeating Indiahoma, 62-45, in 2003.
Cache's Kaieem Caesar, one of the area's most visible football recruits, verbally pledged to the University of Ohio last week.   The versatile senior who caught 24 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns this past season, while remaining a force at defensive end, made the announcement through Twitter on Friday.
The mark Stanley Haywood left on Lawton and on his south Lawton neighborhood was recounted Monday when family and friends unveiled the Honorary Stanley Haywood Avenue.
When Maryum Ali, eldest daughter of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, looks at the world today and compares it with the world her father shared with Dr. Martin Luther King, she sees one distinct difference. "There was a moral consciousness of what was right and what to do," Ali said. "He was able to get people on the same page."

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