Porky. Four eyes. Retard.
Porky. Four eyes. Retard.
Students from Noble High School experienced a slice of life in the 1800s while touring the Museum of the Great Plains trading post and fort Tuesday.
Last fall, Linda Purdue felt a burden for her friends who had lost loved ones — a parent, spouse, a child. She knew she had to find something to help them.
Lawton children can get one more day of use from their costumes during a Halloween safe house Friday at Lawton High School.
A 35-year-old man with a prior conviction was arrested for reckless conduct with a firearm in the Sunday morning shooting of his neighbor.
A woman told police she was kidnapped at gunpoint from the drive-through line at McDonald’s Sunday morning.
Investigators are digging into the theft and damage of Paradise Valley Volunteer Fire Department equipment.
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Suzanne Reece from South West Dairy Farmers shows Central Middle School students how dairy farmers milk their cows using the modern machines Monday morning.
After a successful, albeit warm debut, the Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau aims to bring out even more people to the Ware District for its second rendition
A push to give crime victims expanded rights and more of a voice in legal matters is behind one of the state questions on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Comanche County Commissioners have approved a new family cemetery in the southern portion of the county.
I have been watching with interest the changes in the newspaper recently, especially the placement of the obituaries.
The Union Pacific Foundation Board has approved a $17,000 grant to the Association of the Friends of the Wichitas to go for infrastructure improvement on public trails at the Wichita Mountains Wild
Elmer Thomas Park was colorful from a sea of Halloween costumes Saturday.
Lawton police have a suspect in custody and are investigating a Sunday morning shooting that sent one person to the hospital.
As envisioned and directed by Congress two years ago, this was to be the month that the five-year-old Defense Health Agency (DHA) assumed management responsibility for all Army, Navy and Air Force
Allow Optometrists & Opticians to Operate in Retail Stores
INITIATIVE PETITION 415
STATE QUESTION 793
A group of Eisenhower High School art students hope their art will help fund the Lawton Food Bank as the holiday season approaches.
A change to the Oklahoma Land Board Tenant Act should help residential rental property owners be able to recoup full damage compensation from evicted tenants.
Voters who want a head start on the Nov. 6 election will have a shot at three days of early voting this week.
Comanche County District Attorney Fred C. Smith said charges are being considered against an 8-year-old boy accused of beating a 6-month-old Dachshund.
The ink began flowing Friday at the Apache Casino Hotel Event Center. It’s not going to stop until tonight.
Arrest warrants were issued for a Frederick mother and daughter accused of dumping three dogs in western Comanche County in early October.
FREDERICK — A piece of living history has come to Southwest Oklahoma.
June 6, 1944 — a date everyone knows: D-Day.
Investigators believe a family dispute led to an incident where a 34-year-old Anadarko man tried to run over his nephew.
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