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The first annual senior art show held Tuesday was a great success, according to Senior Center for Creative Living Director Lorene Miller.
Police responded to a pair of seemingly disparate incidents Tuesday that, in hindsight, appear to be connected by threads.
Comanche County District Attorney Fred C. Smith has announced a Warrant Assistance Program that will take place during the month of October.
A 25-year-old man convicted of second-degree murder received life in prison Wednesday along with seven consecutive sentences for other counts.
Under threat of rain and thunderstorms, Lawton’s Fall 2018 Open Streets Festival has been rescheduled for its designated backup date of Oct. 20. The time, 11 a.m.
City of Lawton staffers will be investigating state law in coming weeks to help a city authority decide whether to give economic incentives to a developer planning new stores and restaurants for La
Community members have a stomach-filling opportunity to help Lawton Public Schools teachers fulfill classroom dreams.
A vehicle versus pedestrian wreck Monday night resulted in arrest for the driver and hospitalization for the pedestrian.
A Monday night wreck at Northwest 17th Street and Ferris Avenue and a chaotic scene described by police led to an arrest and citation.
City Manager Jerry Ihler announced Monday that he plans to retire early next year.
There’s going to be a gathering of superheroes of another sort tonight at the Apache Casino Hotel.
Comanche County Commissioners have approved agreements for two road repair projects, and agreed to intervene in state-mandated changes on behalf of the Comanche County Regional Juvenile Detention C
Police are investigating gunshots heard and witnessed Sunday morning in a northwest Lawton neighborhood.
Centennial residents of the McMahon Tomlinson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center were recently treated to a special concert, courtesy of Eisenhower High School.
Work is expected to begin today on a project to repaint pavement markings on the runway and taxiways at Lawton-Fort Sill Regional Airport, while construction continues on a project that will give t
The 25th annual Challenge Trail Festival, hosted by the Mountain Metro Ambucs, will be held Sept.
City planning entities have designated the commercial and industrial zoning categories where medical marijuana may be grown, processed, dispensed and researched inside the Lawton city limits.
Registration is open for Cameron University’s It’s MathE, a fun and exciting mathematics and engineering enrichment program aimed at students in grade six through eight.
A Medicine Park Volunteer Firefighter — too young to remember the events of Sept.
Some characters at the Beaver Creek Freetrappers camp Friday seemed to have been born 150 years too late.
The Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center will embody the theme of this year's 27th Annual Comanche Nation Fair with its latest exhibit, "Unmasking the Truth: The History of the Comanche Lan
In the cramped corridor of Cameron University's Burch Hall, soldiers, students and citizens gathered. Old friends embraced and family members laughed with loved ones.
A 26-year-old Lawton man was charged with inappropriately touching a woman Wednesday morning while on the Cameron University campus.
The Wichita Mountains Area Senior Citizens Center will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. today at the Legion Building.
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