Sometimes things don't go as planned.
Sometimes things don't go as planned.
WICHITA FALLS Midwestern State University and the Juanita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual Arts will host the 23rd Annual High School Art Competition, an exhibition of work created by
Eight young ladies from the Lawton area have been selected to compete in the 2014 Miss Teen Oklahoma City pageant that will take place Feb.
The Lawton Polar Plunge scheduled for Saturday has been postponed until Feb. 22 because of expected bad weather.
The Cameron University Department of English and Foreign Languages will continue its Visiting Writer's Series by welcoming poet Francesca Abbate at 7 p.m.
The United Way of Lawton-Fort Sill has changed its name to United Way of Southwest Oklahoma beginning today.
Beyonce followed last year, with nothing more controversial than mere sex appeal. Likewise, this year's performance by Bruno Mars was a hit just because he's that good.
When an actor as extraordinarily gifted as Philip Seymour Hoffman dies as suddenly, as tragically as he did, the mind goes into a kind of shock.
It's probably just as well most people's yards aren't zoned for Clydesdales.
February can be a cruel month New Year resolutions are tattered memories and winter is still gloomily hanging but there will be a ray of sunshine Friday when Girl Scout Cookies make their annual
A whole pack of awards were doled out to the best and brightest Lawton Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.
Thinking she just had some shortness of breath, heartburn as well as some aches and pains, Kathy Fanning didn't worry about undergoing some cardiovascular tests on Oct. 2.
Lawton Community Theatre is aiming to present powerhouse performances showcasing some of Southwest Oklahoma's top talent in a program full of Broadway's best and a passion for the arts c
Several local events have been scheduled in observance of Black Heritage Month, which is being celebrated throughout the month of February.
Blue Moon Productions hopes to induce an evening of laughs Friday during its first one-acts performance of the new year, set to include renditions of "Lone Star" by James McLure and "Wal
Cameron University's annual New Music Festival is set to present a dynamic group of musicians to the community as the St.
Jornell Whigham of Lawton has been named the oratorical award winner for Oklahoma's American Legion District 6 after presenting a speech about the U.S.
The Cameron University Department of Theatre Arts will hold open auditions for "Where's Charley?" at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 and 8 p.m. Feb. 10 in the University Theatre, 2800 W. Gore.
Microsoft took a major step in securing one of its most prolific series this week.
The Comanche County Retired Educators will have a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 10 at Salas Mexican Restaurant, 111 W. Lee.
Vinecia Coleman, Lawton native and Iowa State University alumna, recently had her play, "Home (The Place Where My Stuff Resides)" fully mounted at the Region V 2014 Kennedy Center Americ
TULSA (AP) Architects planning the rebuild of folk legend Woody Guthrie's boyhood home in Okemah hope to begin construction at the site in mid-March and want to complete the project bef
A tragedy is being used by students at Central Middle School to create a way to remember a fallen classmate while offering hope to students for some time to come.
After months of renovation and planning, Hibachi Sushi Buffet, 2102 Cache Road, opened Sunday to strong crowds.
Maestro Jon Kalbfleisch of the Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra and Signature Theatre in Washington, D.C., has been nominated for the 2014 "Outstanding Music Direction" Helen Hayes award.
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