Flower Mound Public School Board of Education members, from left, Jared Turner,Brenda Parker and Josh Sullivan display the school’s new National Blue Ribbon School flag with Superintendent Dax Trent and former Superintendent Diana Jackson. The school was only one of 335 in the nation selected to receive the distinction this year.
Students and staff at Flower Mound Elementary School celebrated their National Blue Ribbon School status in style.  Based on performance, growth, progress
From left, Shawn and Johnny Landers prepare go carts for Saturday’s event to raise money for the local chapter of the National Federation of the Blind Oklahoma. There will be a charge to rent the carts, but the business is donating half the proceeds to the nonprofit.
A local group of visually impaired individuals, their families and friends are working to establish a Lawton chapter for the National Federation for the Blind of Oklahoma (NFBOK) and they've planned a fundraiser.
(COURTESY PHOTO) Judith and John Nelson help a fellow American Red Cross volunteer load crates filled with relief supplies during a disaster relief effort in Beaumont, Texas. The couple spent 10 days in the flood-stricken area helping victims recover and rebuild after their homes were flooded.
A Lawton couple is donating their retirement years to helping those in need through the American Red Cross.
Fort Cobb baseball finally broke through and qualified for the state tournament, after two springs of heartbreaking finishes. But not a single Mustang lay on the infield grass after their 25-5 demolition of Tulsa Regent Prep in last week's regional championship game.
Celebrating after unveiling the new Saint Barbara statue at the Fort Sill Golf Course Monday are, from left, Fort Sill Commander Maj. Gen. John Rossi, sculptor Mari Bolen, and former Fort Sill Commander Lt. Gen. David Halverson. The 7-foot bronze of the patron saint of artillerists stands near the 18th green of the golf course.
Hey, soldier. If you're on the 18th green at the Fort Sill golf course and you're thinking of using a foot wedge to escape from the bunker or believe that a 14-foot putt is a gimme, remember this. Saint Barbara is watching.
Cheryl Cheadle, state coordinator of the Blue Thumb program, works with FFA students from Salina who collected water samples from a stream in Mayes County. The Blue Thumb program will train new volunteers in Stephens County May 13-14.
They might get a little wet and muddy at times, but "Blue Thumb" volunteers also get to learn some pretty cool things about waterways and wildlife around where they live, and they also have the satisfaction of knowing they're helping to protect nature for generations to come.
Flower Mound Public School Board of Education members, from left, Jared Turner,Brenda Parker and Josh Sullivan display the school’s new National Blue Ribbon School flag with Superintendent Dax Trent and former Superintendent Diana Jackson. The school was only one of 335 in the nation selected to receive the distinction this year.
From left, Shawn and Johnny Landers prepare go carts for Saturday’s event to raise money for the local chapter of the National Federation of the Blind Oklahoma. There will be a charge to rent the carts, but the business is donating half the proceeds to the nonprofit.
(COURTESY PHOTO) Judith and John Nelson help a fellow American Red Cross volunteer load crates filled with relief supplies during a disaster relief effort in Beaumont, Texas. The couple spent 10 days in the flood-stricken area helping victims recover and rebuild after their homes were flooded.
Celebrating after unveiling the new Saint Barbara statue at the Fort Sill Golf Course Monday are, from left, Fort Sill Commander Maj. Gen. John Rossi, sculptor Mari Bolen, and former Fort Sill Commander Lt. Gen. David Halverson. The 7-foot bronze of the patron saint of artillerists stands near the 18th green of the golf course.
Cheryl Cheadle, state coordinator of the Blue Thumb program, works with FFA students from Salina who collected water samples from a stream in Mayes County. The Blue Thumb program will train new volunteers in Stephens County May 13-14.

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