A color guard from Korean War and Defense Veterans Association Chapter 319 posts the colors at Friday’s ceremony to remember the start of the Korean War on June 25, 1950, and those who fought to defend South Korea’s freedom. From left are Dwight King, U.S. flag; Michael Wynne, Republic of Korea flag; Ed Harris, POW-MIA flag, and Ralph Amis, Korean War flag.
Aaron Boone, president of Korean War and Defense Veterans Association Chapter 319, recognized both veterans of the Korean War and those who have defended South Korea in the years since at a ceremony Friday marking the 66th anniversary of the start of the Korean War.
Randy Noojin channels Pete Seeger Thursday evening for a performance of “We Shall Overcome” in the foyer outside the City Hall Auditorium as part of Chautauqua’s “The Cold War: The Early Years,” series.
Where Woody Guthrie's acoustic guitar bore the message "This Machine Kills Fascists," Pete Seeger's long-neck banjo  his ally in music and protest  was adorned with "This Machine Surrounds Hate And Forces It To Surrender."
Retiring District Judge Keith Aycock, right, visits with District Judge Mark Smith and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Joe Watt of Altus during a retirement reception for Aycock Friday in his courtroom. Aycock is retiring from the bench effective Thursday after serving 14 years as district judge along with two previous stints as special district judge and 43 years of law practice.
Retiring District Judge Keith Aycock was honored for his years on the bench and the practice of law during a retirement reception in his courtroom at the Comanche County Courthouse on Friday. Aycock is retiring from the bench effective Thursday.
Alexandra Larson, left, an instructor at the Cameron University Fine Arts Summer Art Institute,makes suggestions to Makayla Berry, who will be a sophomore at MacArthur High School in the fall.
Students have been learning from their instructors  and each other  in Session I of the Fine Arts Summer Art Institute 2016 at Cameron University. 
(COURTESY PHOTO) With his accompanying son, Kratos returns in “God of War,” a homogenized sequel to the “God of War” trilogy. So many of the games showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year to fall into the same derivative trap and offered nothing new in the way of visuals or format.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is in the rearview mirror. Despite the overall underwhelming nature of many of the announcements  or lack thereof  fans got to see glimpses of some great games in the pipeline. There's just one problem  homogenization.
Fort Sill is host to this year's 71st Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Group's Team of the Year competition this week. Five teams are in the running. Each has already emerged victorious from competitions held within their battalions over the last three months.
A color guard from Korean War and Defense Veterans Association Chapter 319 posts the colors at Friday’s ceremony to remember the start of the Korean War on June 25, 1950, and those who fought to defend South Korea’s freedom. From left are Dwight King, U.S. flag; Michael Wynne, Republic of Korea flag; Ed Harris, POW-MIA flag, and Ralph Amis, Korean War flag.
Randy Noojin channels Pete Seeger Thursday evening for a performance of “We Shall Overcome” in the foyer outside the City Hall Auditorium as part of Chautauqua’s “The Cold War: The Early Years,” series.
Retiring District Judge Keith Aycock, right, visits with District Judge Mark Smith and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Joe Watt of Altus during a retirement reception for Aycock Friday in his courtroom. Aycock is retiring from the bench effective Thursday after serving 14 years as district judge along with two previous stints as special district judge and 43 years of law practice.
Alexandra Larson, left, an instructor at the Cameron University Fine Arts Summer Art Institute,makes suggestions to Makayla Berry, who will be a sophomore at MacArthur High School in the fall.
(COURTESY PHOTO) With his accompanying son, Kratos returns in “God of War,” a homogenized sequel to the “God of War” trilogy. So many of the games showcased at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year to fall into the same derivative trap and offered nothing new in the way of visuals or format.

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Alexandra Larson, left, an instructor at the Cameron University Fine Arts Summer Art Institute,makes suggestions to Makayla Berry, who will be a sophomore at MacArthur High School in the fall.

Students have been learning from their instructors  and each other  in Session I of the Fine Arts Summer Art Institute 2016 at Cameron University. 

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