Candidate Elmo talks politics — rights to snack, fake news, grass production tax, dog defense — and a bit about spring
Et tu, Elmo?
Et tu, Elmo?
Emergency responders had their hands full after two motorcycle wrecks occurred within minutes of each other Wednesday in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
As the first to go on a rotational "show of force" mission to Korea, 2nd Battalion, 20th Field Artillery (FA) packed up all its equipment and sent it overseas.
A 32-year-old Tulsa man was handed three life prison sentences Wednesday after a Comanche County jury convicted him of murder and other charges stemming from the 2016 death of a 25-year-old man at
The trial for Billy R. Wilson III will not take place as scheduled today because he pleaded guilty and was sentenced Wednesday.
Fort Sill's Falcon Range surpassed 3,000 sorties in each of the past two fiscal years to become the busiest training range in the Air Force, according to Mark Kessens, range operations officer.
A late-afternoon fire in northern Comanche County on a day with prime critical fire conditions is believed to have begun from a passing train.
Testimony began Tuesday in Comanche County District Court in the murder trial of a 32-year-old Tulsa man charged in the 2016 death of a 25-year-old man at a Lawton apartment complex.
St. Mary's Catholic School in Lawton has a full schedule of activities highlighting this week's national Catholic School Week's theme "Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed."
Fort Sill's Income Tax Assistance Center (ITAC) is officially open for business.
ELGIN The Elgin Community Library will have a new, larger location as early as this summer.
With her birthday today, Comanche County and the Comanche Nation treasure Anna Wockmetooah Tahmahkera will be celebrated for who she is a woman of a century's character.
The Lawton Police Department reported eight deaths investigated, but not all confirmed, as homicides in 2017 an increase from the previous year's four homicides but an improvement from the reporte
The murder case for a 32-year-old Tulsa man with a $10 million bond will open the first week of the January-February jury docket in Comanche County District Court.
Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport may not have to wait as long as officials thought to see the return of its fourth daily flight.
Construction should begin soon on Lawton's second new fire station.
Lila Holley will be keynote speaker at the Black Heritage Banquet at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at the McCasland Ballroom at Cameron University.
A Lawton man accused of hitting and accidently killing a mother of five with a trash truck on July 4 was arrested and appeared in court Friday.
The City of Lawton has its first formal policy guiding the use of all of its social media accounts.
Black History Month will be observed nationally during the month of February and many local schools and organizations will celebrate with events during the month.
Imagine being a firefighter, a police officer or emergency medical responder racing to the scene of a 911 call, a fearsome plume of bluish, black smoke rising over the landscape ahead.
Police reported a Lawton man who was diagnosed with the flu died inside his apartment on Tuesday.
The ongoing flu outbreak has forced several local school systems to close today in an attempt to stop the spread among students, faculty and staff.
Starting Monday, motorists who go on Fort Sill will experience a new gate system called AIE-3 (for automated installation entry).
Police discovered over 2,600 grams nearly 6 pounds of marijuana in a local apartment where a young dating couple was allegedly keeping and selling the drug.
102 SW 3rd, Lawton, OK
Classifieds: (580) 357-9545
Circulation: (580) 353-6397
Switchboard: (580) 353-0620