(AP) Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looks at a bronze statute of himself after it was unveiled outside the new McLane Stadium before Sunday’s game between SMU and Baylor in Waco, Texas. Griffin won the Heisman Trophy when he played at Baylor.
WACO, Texas Bryce Petty threw for 161 yards and two touchdowns in the first half before sitting out the second half with soreness in his lower back as the No. 10 Baylor Bears opened the season wtih a 45-0 win over SMU on Sunday.
Lawton Police Det. Nancy Lombardo holds a wooden briefcase that she received as president of the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers.
The Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers is celebrating a quarter of a century of helping to train law enforcement agencies to better combat drug distribution in their jurisdictions, and one of Lawton's golden drug enforcement officers will serve as president of the organization during its silver anniversary.  LPD Det.
Norman blues artist Caleb McGee draws a crowd on the Bullets Burgers and Barbecue stage Saturday in Medicine Park during the second day of the Mayor’s Blues Ball. McGee will be on the lineup from noon to 1:30 p.m. today with his band, Caleb McGee and the Townies.
MEDICINE PARK  Medicine Park has the blues this weekend.
Using an oversized umbrella to protect her from a brief rain shower, Carli Foster gabs a piece of candy thrown from one of the floats during the Fletcher Fair parade on Friday.
Summer couldn't be kept away forever. 
Lynn Cordes, left, video production manager for Lawton Public Schools Television, and Tony Shepard, director of child nutrition for LPS through Sodexo, are preparing to produce a weekly television cooking show that will star a high school student from one of the three city high schools. Audition videos will be accepted through Sept. 26 for the role.
A teenage chef is only three minutes away from local cooking show stardom and doesn't know it yet. Lynn Cordes, video production manager of Lawton Public Schools Television, announced LPS TV is looking for a high school student to host a weekly cooking show, starting in October.
Student teacher Tyler Blount, center, helps students Iyanna Farlow, left, and Evan Morris at Bishop School. Blount, who will graduate from Cameron University in December,was a member of the first class of the Great Plains Technology Center’s pre-education program. The program is designed for high school juniors and seniors who want to explore education as a career option.
Tyler Blount is an example of how the career tech system can help students who wish to prepare for some careers that will require a college education.
(AP) Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looks at a bronze statute of himself after it was unveiled outside the new McLane Stadium before Sunday’s game between SMU and Baylor in Waco, Texas. Griffin won the Heisman Trophy when he played at Baylor.
Lawton Police Det. Nancy Lombardo holds a wooden briefcase that she received as president of the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers.
Norman blues artist Caleb McGee draws a crowd on the Bullets Burgers and Barbecue stage Saturday in Medicine Park during the second day of the Mayor’s Blues Ball. McGee will be on the lineup from noon to 1:30 p.m. today with his band, Caleb McGee and the Townies.
Using an oversized umbrella to protect her from a brief rain shower, Carli Foster gabs a piece of candy thrown from one of the floats during the Fletcher Fair parade on Friday.
Lynn Cordes, left, video production manager for Lawton Public Schools Television, and Tony Shepard, director of child nutrition for LPS through Sodexo, are preparing to produce a weekly television cooking show that will star a high school student from one of the three city high schools. Audition videos will be accepted through Sept. 26 for the role.
Student teacher Tyler Blount, center, helps students Iyanna Farlow, left, and Evan Morris at Bishop School. Blount, who will graduate from Cameron University in December,was a member of the first class of the Great Plains Technology Center’s pre-education program. The program is designed for high school juniors and seniors who want to explore education as a career option.

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