Third-graders from Edison Elementary School may be a little more appreciative of the Christmas they'll enjoy this year after visiting Duncan's Chisholm Trail Heritage Center and learning about what Christmas was like in Oklahoma just a few generations ago.
Many of professional rodeo's best cowboys and cowgirls had trouble during the grueling 10-day Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and that misery was especially evident during Saturday's final performance when the nine championships were decided.
After years of playing in one of the smallest gyms in the area, Apache fans are now turning out in big numbers to watch the Warriors in the spacious Apache Events Center. And, those larger crowds have been vocal as well and it's helped the two teams forge 3-0 records at home and both are now 6-2 entering the holiday break.
Inspirations, an outpatient behavioral health program at Duncan Regional Hospital, offers services for senior adults that include counseling, group therapy and help with medication management. The average age of patients is now 75.
Bob Ford, whose family came to Oklahoma and started Shawnee Mills, graduated from Shawnee High School and enrolled at the University of Oklahoma. He served as a Huey helicopter pilot on more than 2,000 missions during the Vietnam War.
Volunteers with Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry transformed the inside of the Lawton Fort Sill Art Council into Santa's workshop on Saturday as they wrapped presents to distribute to about 300 local babies, children and adults in need on Christmas Day. 

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Many of professional rodeo's best cowboys and cowgirls had trouble during the grueling 10-day Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and that misery was especially evident during Saturday's final performan

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Inspirations, an outpatient behavioral health program at Duncan Regional Hospital, offers services for senior adults that include counseling, group therapy and help with medication management.

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