Suzanne Hogan, Lawton native, strokes the strings of her guitar on the stage of Library of Congress' Coolidge Auditorium.
Perseverance, prayer and patience nourish small-town dreams in a big-time city.          That's the perspective of Suzanne Hogan, a former Lawtonian who works at the Library of Congress.
 Mark Wheeler gives wife Marian a big kiss as they cut the red ribbon to their house following Sunday's dedication ceremony by Habitat for Humanity. The couple received the home and are hoping to fill it with love for foster children.
A prayer came true for a Lawton couple Sunday afternoon.
Baby boomers have unknowingly been stalked by a silent killer  hepatitis C  for 30 or more years. Lack of symptoms and knowledge along with the stigma attached to the virus conspire to keep about half of the estimated 3.2 million people with it in the United States in the dark about their infection.
Almost 20 years ago, Donna Phelps had to drop out of nursing school because she was plagued with a rash on her legs and forgetfulness. About the same time, James Maple (not his real name) noticed red spots on his legs along with joint and foot pain.
Indiahoma’s Desarea Kimble, right, defends against Walters’ Karson Dodd on Saturday at the Comanche County Tournament,
The cheeks of its face are flapping wildly, its gums exposed and its hair blowing straight backward messily. That's how rapid the high school basketball playoffs are approaching.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore, left,Terry Myerson and Alex Kipman playfully pose for a photo as they wear "Hololens" devices following an event demonstrating new features of the operating system Windows at the company's headquarters Wednesday in Redmond,Wash.
REDMOND, Wash. (AP)  Microsoft on Wednesday took the wraps off a new version of Windows  and a new wearable 3D gadget it calls the HoloLens.
Suzanne Hogan, Lawton native, strokes the strings of her guitar on the stage of Library of Congress' Coolidge Auditorium.
 Mark Wheeler gives wife Marian a big kiss as they cut the red ribbon to their house following Sunday's dedication ceremony by Habitat for Humanity. The couple received the home and are hoping to fill it with love for foster children.
Indiahoma’s Desarea Kimble, right, defends against Walters’ Karson Dodd on Saturday at the Comanche County Tournament,
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore, left,Terry Myerson and Alex Kipman playfully pose for a photo as they wear "Hololens" devices following an event demonstrating new features of the operating system Windows at the company's headquarters Wednesday in Redmond,Wash.

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