Tito Griffith is shown at his office, Verde Investments. He also organizes community projects through his nonprofit organization, Verde Outreach.
For Tito Griffith, volunteering is the bet way to solve problems and make the community a better place to live.
 Jarieth Gatliff is raising funds to go to Nicaragua this summer where he will be building houses to benefit the needy in Leon.
A Cameron University student is reaching out to the community to help him raise money to go to Nicaragua this summer and build houses. Jarieth Gatliff, a senior majoring in biology, will be going to Leon in Nicaragua, where he will be building houses for the community with other fellow Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity members.
 Candace McCoy shows Mary Seiger an interactive model of what the Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center will look like once construction is complete. Seiger was one of many who toured the facility Sunday as part of a progress party.
Sunday marked an important day for the Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center.
The Kress building in downtown Lawton is shown around 1910. One of the stores on the first floor of this building may be Allen's Five and Ten, where Margaret Fullerton Frost bought her favorite china dolls. To the left is The Parisian and a furniture store. To the right is a drug store and another clothing store.
Getting the week's groceries in Lawton in 1908 was not as simple as it is today, Margaret Fullerton Frost wrote in Great Plains Journal Vol. 20.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association recently announced a new policy that addresses one of football's most pervasive issues, and will force some high school coaches to restructure their practices.
In this Feb. 2 photo, Carole Steinhauser, center, leads a Cutthroat Cardio class at a Crunch Gym in Miami Beach, Fla. Crunch's latest workout is modeled after the TV show “Cutthroat Kitchen.”
MIAMI (AP)  The latest workout crazes promise to stimulate your brain and your muscles in new ways with barre plies in the air (think aerial ballet), dance cardio (think a night out) or a killer routine modeled after a popular cooking show.
Tito Griffith is shown at his office, Verde Investments. He also organizes community projects through his nonprofit organization, Verde Outreach.
 Jarieth Gatliff is raising funds to go to Nicaragua this summer where he will be building houses to benefit the needy in Leon.
 Candace McCoy shows Mary Seiger an interactive model of what the Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center will look like once construction is complete. Seiger was one of many who toured the facility Sunday as part of a progress party.
The Kress building in downtown Lawton is shown around 1910. One of the stores on the first floor of this building may be Allen's Five and Ten, where Margaret Fullerton Frost bought her favorite china dolls. To the left is The Parisian and a furniture store. To the right is a drug store and another clothing store.
In this Feb. 2 photo, Carole Steinhauser, center, leads a Cutthroat Cardio class at a Crunch Gym in Miami Beach, Fla. Crunch's latest workout is modeled after the TV show “Cutthroat Kitchen.”

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