Tathena Griffitts, left, a junior at Cameron University, talks Wednesday with the featured speaker for CU’s Constitution Day observance — Brady Henderson, legal director for the Oklahoma chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Court cases involving Constitutional law issues are ultimately about power, not ideology  that was the message of Brady Henderson, legal director of the Oklahoma chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union, when he spoke at Cameron University's CETES Conference Center Wednesday afternoon.
Grady Hutchinson, 2,Walters, checks out the livestock before the Mutton Bustin’ competition.
GERONIMO  Everybody loves a party and this year's Geronimo birthday party is a three-day birthday palooza.
More than 100 Texas longhorn cattle at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge will be auctioned on Thursday.
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge's 71st annual public auction of Texas Longhorn cattle will take place at noon Thursday. The auction will be at the refuge corrals north of the refuge headquarters, 12 miles northwest of Cache, off Oklahoma 49. The refuge will be selling approximately 105 animals.
Celebrating Tuesday’s grand opening of the New York Life Insurance office in Lawton are, from left, Cesario “JC” Cavazos Jr., development manager for the company’s Oklahoma City office; local agents Quinton Murr, Brad Burgess, Paul Warmuskerken, Stanley Schofield and Jessica Flood; and Kerry J. Loudenslager,managing partner of the Oklahoam CIty office.
The New York Life Insurance Co. on Tuesday celebrated the opening of a Lawton office after several years without an office it could call its own.
Cameron hitter Kat Evans, right, knocks down one of her 11 kills during the early part of Tuesday’s nonconference volleyball match against Southeastern. Evans and the Aggies rallied in the fifth set to earn a 15-12 victory to clinch the tough match. Blocking on the play is SE’s Courtney Miller, left.
Just when things looked bleak for Cameron University's volleyball team, all those hours of conditioning and practice under the watchful eye of Qi Wang finally bailed out the Aggies as they salvaged a wild five-set match from Southeastern Oklahoma State before a raucous crowd of more 400 at the Aggie Gym.
Nancy Howell, instructor for the Great Plains Technology Center's firefighter/emergency medical technician program, was recently named 2014 Postsecondary Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma Association for Career and Technology Education.
Nancy Howell has easily taught at least 1,000 firefighters and emergency medical technicians, who are spread throughout the United States, saving countless lives.
Tathena Griffitts, left, a junior at Cameron University, talks Wednesday with the featured speaker for CU’s Constitution Day observance — Brady Henderson, legal director for the Oklahoma chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.
Grady Hutchinson, 2,Walters, checks out the livestock before the Mutton Bustin’ competition.
More than 100 Texas longhorn cattle at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge will be auctioned on Thursday.
Celebrating Tuesday’s grand opening of the New York Life Insurance office in Lawton are, from left, Cesario “JC” Cavazos Jr., development manager for the company’s Oklahoma City office; local agents Quinton Murr, Brad Burgess, Paul Warmuskerken, Stanley Schofield and Jessica Flood; and Kerry J. Loudenslager,managing partner of the Oklahoam CIty office.
Cameron hitter Kat Evans, right, knocks down one of her 11 kills during the early part of Tuesday’s nonconference volleyball match against Southeastern. Evans and the Aggies rallied in the fifth set to earn a 15-12 victory to clinch the tough match. Blocking on the play is SE’s Courtney Miller, left.
Nancy Howell, instructor for the Great Plains Technology Center's firefighter/emergency medical technician program, was recently named 2014 Postsecondary Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma Association for Career and Technology Education.

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