A late winter storm continued to make its mark on Lawton and Southwest Oklahoma for the second day Thursday as temperatures remained at or below freezing accompanied by rain and sleet until late morning. By later in the afteroon temperatures had risen above freezing and precipitation turned entirely to liquid.
The Sunset Celebration for Shirley at the Guitar Bar Sunday night provided a feast of amazing music for some caring fans of live performances. 
Old Man Winter made his presence felt across Southwest Oklahoma Wednesday.
Widespread winter weather Wednesday put many local activities on ice as schools, public offices and many businesses were shut down by the winter storm.
Old Man Winter decided he wasn't ready to go gently into the spring when he made his presence known across Southwest Oklahoma Tuesday. 
Reggie Dabbs brought hope to the freshmen at Lawton High on Tuesday, along with his down to earth humor, his superb talent with the soprano saxophone and his ability to connect with young people. "It's about hope," said Dabbs, telling students "the phrase of the day is 'never give up.'" 


Eric Wiley said he has never had a season quite like this in his 12 years at Lawton High, seven as head boys basketball coach.


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