Rosemary Cook looks over damaged property and debris to be removed from the garage of her flood-damaged home in Cache.
CACHE  Cache residents continued to "pick up the pieces" Wednesday from last Saturday's torrential rains that resulted in extensive flood damage to many homes.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell visits with students at Riverside Indian School during a tour of the campus on Wednesday.
ANADARKO - Riverside Indian School welcomed visitors from the nation's capital on Wednesday, offering them a glimpse of what makes the Riverside Family tick.
Ryan Broughton and Aaron Washburn answered the call to help rescue a family trapped on the roof of their home with a boat from their dealership Saturday in Cache. Broughton, a former soldier, rescued the family via two trips on the boat in flood waters.
A former soldier drew upon his service to his country in the sands of Iraq to serve his community during the flood in Cache Saturday night.
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge staff and more than 20 personnel from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service are working to remove debris, repair damaged roads and facilities, and ensure public safety in the wake of severe floods over the weekend.
The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) Disaster Relief Office is offering flood recovery training at 2 p.m. today at First Baptist West Church, located at 7302 Cache Road. Free for everyone
The Leipers Fork Bluegrass Band from Tennessee will be performing all three days of the Skyline Bluegrass Festival next weekend in Shawnee.
SHAWNEE - The Skyline Bluegrass Festival will return to the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center, 1700 W. Independence, June 4-6. 
Connie Smith watches Tuesday as sons Richard and Justin move furniture back into her house on the north side of Walters.
The American Red Cross in Lawton has been helping people who have been affected by the heavy rainfall and flooding in the area. 
Rosemary Cook looks over damaged property and debris to be removed from the garage of her flood-damaged home in Cache.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell visits with students at Riverside Indian School during a tour of the campus on Wednesday.
Ryan Broughton and Aaron Washburn answered the call to help rescue a family trapped on the roof of their home with a boat from their dealership Saturday in Cache. Broughton, a former soldier, rescued the family via two trips on the boat in flood waters.
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge staff and more than 20 personnel from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service are working to remove debris, repair damaged roads and facilities, and ensure public safety in the wake of severe floods over the weekend.
The Leipers Fork Bluegrass Band from Tennessee will be performing all three days of the Skyline Bluegrass Festival next weekend in Shawnee.
Connie Smith watches Tuesday as sons Richard and Justin move furniture back into her house on the north side of Walters.

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