A young girl shields herself from the rain with an umbrella while walking to the Craft Harvest Craft Show Saturday at the Comanche County Fairgrounds.
It started, not with a whimper, but with a bang. 
Bernio Davenport, left, greets multiple children who attended the National Adoption Day event Saturday at St. John’s Baptist Church.
A wet Saturday didn't keep Southwest Oklahomans from gathering at St. John's Baptist Church to take part in a balloon release event in observance of the 15th Annual National Adoption Day  a date set aside each November to raise awareness for more than 100,000 children in foster care waiting for permanent and loving families.
Tim Kerbo of Kerbo’s Frame Shop, Building 2502 on Sheridan Road, does the framing of all historical flags when a unit is reactivated and its regalia comes out of the Army Historical Clearinghouse at the U.S.Army Center of Military History, Anniston Army Depot, Ala.
Lawton's own Tim Kerbo has a one-of-a-kind job framing historical flags for the U.S. Army Center of Military History. Now in his 14th year of running Kerbo's Frame Shop inside Building 2502 on Sheridan Road, Kerbo has 28 years of experience in his trade.
The Terry K. Bell Charitable Trust has awarded a $250,000 gift to the Museum of the Great Plains, the fourth gift from the trust presented to local organizations in recent weeks. From left are Bart McClenny, deputy director of the museum; trustees Richard Allen, Mike Mayhall and Janice Bell; and John Hernandez, director of the Museum of the Great Plains.
The Terry K. Bell Charitable Trust has announced a $250,000 grant to the Museum of the Great Plains. In Bell's memory, and in recognition of the donation, the museum will set aside the Terry K. Bell Exhibition Gallery, dedicated space that will host the museum's temporary exhibits and will debut next September.
Cache Intermediate School thirdgrade teacher Jamie Pennington leads her “cowboys” and “cowgirls” on a drive to the next watering hold during a cattle drive event at the school Friday.
CACHE  Third-grade students at Cache Intermediate School took to stampeding the Chisholm Trail Friday without even leaving the school.
This field of cotton ready to be harvested west of Snyder in Kiowa County was watered with a center-pivot irrigation system.Typical of irrigated cotton grown in Southwest Oklahoma this year, it yielded better than four bales per acre.
Oklahoma's 2014 cotton crop started out in really good shape with plenty of rain in the spring planting season and sustaining moisture through June. In July and August, Mother Nature turned off the spigot and while the weather wasn't too hot, the dry weather slowed down cotton development.
A young girl shields herself from the rain with an umbrella while walking to the Craft Harvest Craft Show Saturday at the Comanche County Fairgrounds.
Bernio Davenport, left, greets multiple children who attended the National Adoption Day event Saturday at St. John’s Baptist Church.
Tim Kerbo of Kerbo’s Frame Shop, Building 2502 on Sheridan Road, does the framing of all historical flags when a unit is reactivated and its regalia comes out of the Army Historical Clearinghouse at the U.S.Army Center of Military History, Anniston Army Depot, Ala.
The Terry K. Bell Charitable Trust has awarded a $250,000 gift to the Museum of the Great Plains, the fourth gift from the trust presented to local organizations in recent weeks. From left are Bart McClenny, deputy director of the museum; trustees Richard Allen, Mike Mayhall and Janice Bell; and John Hernandez, director of the Museum of the Great Plains.
Cache Intermediate School thirdgrade teacher Jamie Pennington leads her “cowboys” and “cowgirls” on a drive to the next watering hold during a cattle drive event at the school Friday.
This field of cotton ready to be harvested west of Snyder in Kiowa County was watered with a center-pivot irrigation system.Typical of irrigated cotton grown in Southwest Oklahoma this year, it yielded better than four bales per acre.

Special Sections

The Lawton Constitution

102 SW 3rd, Lawton, OK
Classifieds: (580) 357-9545
Circulation: (580) 353-6397
Switchboard: (580) 353-0620