Fifth-grader Faith Snyder catches some air Friday at Ridgecrest Elementary School. Snyder and her classmates participated in the annual Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser.
The halls and classrooms at Ridgecrest Elementary School were adorned with hearts Friday, and hearts were pumping in the gym as youngsters participated in the Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser. 
Isaiah Estrada, 3, left, and his big brother, Preston, 7, work on Valentine’s Day cards Friday at the Duncan Public Library. Their mom, Kim, said the share a Valentine initiative is an example of why she is a big fan of the library. “(Youth Services Director) Darbie LaFontain is fantastic,” she said. “She does so much for the kids.”
DUNCAN - Valentine's Day cards created by little kids, teens and others at the Duncan Public Library have brightened things up considerably this week at nursing homes and assisted living centers across town.
MacArthur’s Jovantay West goes up high to launch this floater during Friday’s game against Ardmore at the Highlander Gym. The No. 7-ranked Tigers used a big third quarter to turn back the unranked Highlanders, 70-62.
MacArthur outscored No. 7 Ardmore by 10 points in three of the four quarters Friday night. But it was the third quarter, when the Mac boys were outscored, 25-7, that proved to be the difference in the Tigers' 70-62 victory. There was never a doubt in the girls game with No. 4 Ardmore rolling to a 62-27 win over the No. 14 Highlanders.
Historian Wallace Moore will portray Britt Johnson during the Lawton Public Library’s annual “Soulful Stories” presentation Feb. 25.
Tickets are still on sale for the dinner prior to the performance of "Ride to Rainy Mountain: The Legend of Britt Johnson." Deadline for ticket purchase is Thursday. Tickets for the dinner are $15 and are available at the Lawton Public Library, 110 SW 4th Street.
Remedy Studios’ “Quantum Break” will launch on both the Xbox One and PC in April. Originally announced as an Xbox One exclusive, the shooter is the latest to secure a release on both platforms.
When Microsoft announced this week that its upcoming time-bending shooter "Quantum Break" would arrive day-and-date on the PC, alongside the original Xbox One release, it should have been met with praise and happiness.
The Lawton Police Department has introduced its new Online Reporting System, which permits people to file reports of crimes or traffic accidents via the Internet.
The Lawton Police Department has implemented a new system that allows most crimes and traffic accidents to be reported online. 
Fifth-grader Faith Snyder catches some air Friday at Ridgecrest Elementary School. Snyder and her classmates participated in the annual Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser.
Isaiah Estrada, 3, left, and his big brother, Preston, 7, work on Valentine’s Day cards Friday at the Duncan Public Library. Their mom, Kim, said the share a Valentine initiative is an example of why she is a big fan of the library. “(Youth Services Director) Darbie LaFontain is fantastic,” she said. “She does so much for the kids.”
MacArthur’s Jovantay West goes up high to launch this floater during Friday’s game against Ardmore at the Highlander Gym. The No. 7-ranked Tigers used a big third quarter to turn back the unranked Highlanders, 70-62.
Historian Wallace Moore will portray Britt Johnson during the Lawton Public Library’s annual “Soulful Stories” presentation Feb. 25.
Remedy Studios’ “Quantum Break” will launch on both the Xbox One and PC in April. Originally announced as an Xbox One exclusive, the shooter is the latest to secure a release on both platforms.
The Lawton Police Department has introduced its new Online Reporting System, which permits people to file reports of crimes or traffic accidents via the Internet.

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