Maj. Gen. John G. Rossi, left, commanding general of Fort Sill and the Fires Center of Excellence, shakes hands with Col.William A. Turner, the new Field Artillery School commandant and chief of the Field Artillery branch, at his assumption of responsibility ceremony here Wednesday.
Fort Sill welcomed Col. William A. Turner as the 51st commandant of the Field Artillery School and chief of the Field Artillery branch at a reveille ceremony in his honor Wednesday.
After working hard for eight weeks on conservation projects at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, this year’s Youth Conservation Corps crew has some fun in the sun Wednesday at Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area (LETRA).
Ten Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) workers have been hard at it on the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge for the past eight weeks, rehabilitating the trail up Elk Mountain and painting the Grace Mountain Corral in the Special Use Area.
One of the women goes full speed during the bowtie Wednesday.
Fun is the word most members of the Grand National Horsemen's Association use to describe their involvement with the group, however, there is another word that some of those in a couple of divisions use and that word is competitiveness. 
Members of the Tulsa Living History Association portray World War II veterans looking over a map during an Armed Forces Day celebration in McAlester. The association will set up a display that includes World War II vintage uniforms, tents and flight gear during Saturday’s World War II Airborne Demonstration Team Open Hangar Day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the historic Frederick Army Airfield at Frederick Regional Airport.
FREDERICK  A special display of World War II vintage clothing and equipment will be on display during the World War II Airborne Demonstration Team's Open Hangar Day and Fly-In from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the historic Frederick Army Airfield at Frederick Regional Airport.
The new conference room of the Comanche Nation Tribal Complex fills with dozens Tuesday before a forum for Native Americans to discuss experiences with the Indian Health Service.By the meeting’s beginning, all seats were filled and additional chairs were brought into the room to accommodate those who wanted to speak about their experiences with the health service
Tuesday proved to be a good day to not lay down and die but, instead, to rise up and speak out as well over 100 Native Americans gathered in Comanche Country to discuss the state of Indian healthcare.
New cotton plants are thriving in this field in southern Kiowa County. The outlook for a good cotton crop is bright now and, happily, no herbicide spray problems have been reported in this area.
Oklahoma's cotton-growing counties historically have been in the extreme southwestern corner. State legislators have passed laws protecting cotton farmers in those counties from pesticide problems  chemicals drift onto a young cotton crop, sometimes killing or seriously injuring it.
Maj. Gen. John G. Rossi, left, commanding general of Fort Sill and the Fires Center of Excellence, shakes hands with Col.William A. Turner, the new Field Artillery School commandant and chief of the Field Artillery branch, at his assumption of responsibility ceremony here Wednesday.
After working hard for eight weeks on conservation projects at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, this year’s Youth Conservation Corps crew has some fun in the sun Wednesday at Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area (LETRA).
One of the women goes full speed during the bowtie Wednesday.
Members of the Tulsa Living History Association portray World War II veterans looking over a map during an Armed Forces Day celebration in McAlester. The association will set up a display that includes World War II vintage uniforms, tents and flight gear during Saturday’s World War II Airborne Demonstration Team Open Hangar Day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the historic Frederick Army Airfield at Frederick Regional Airport.
The new conference room of the Comanche Nation Tribal Complex fills with dozens Tuesday before a forum for Native Americans to discuss experiences with the Indian Health Service.By the meeting’s beginning, all seats were filled and additional chairs were brought into the room to accommodate those who wanted to speak about their experiences with the health service
New cotton plants are thriving in this field in southern Kiowa County. The outlook for a good cotton crop is bright now and, happily, no herbicide spray problems have been reported in this area.

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