From left, Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol officers Howie Guja, Dave Sayer and Danielle Lam present Lawton resident Donna Botha with a $10,000 check as part of the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes. Botha plans to use the money to put a downpayment on a home for her family.
With a knock of the door, a bark of the dogs, a flurry of the handful of colorful balloons and one Lawton woman was $10,000 richer.
Kevin Toles, right, is assisted by Molly Dickson while casting his vote Tuesday at the Owens Center.
Ward 7 residents will see a run-off between their top two candidates after the results of Tuesday's election were posted, but only one vote separates the second and third place candidates and one of them said she will seek recount.
McMahon Foundation trustees joined Cameron University President John McArthur inside the university’s new gross anatomy lab Tuesday during a special reception. Beginning this summer, human anatomy students will begin dissecting cadavers inside the $200,000 facility to enhance and strengthen their understanding of human tissues, organs and systems.
Cameron University's new learning space at the Sciences Complex was filled with bodies  live ones for now  Tuesday during a special reception. 
Boy Scout District Executive Brittany Fraser displays some of the Boy Scout information available at the Laura Fields Scout Service Center & Scout Shop, 620 Cache Road.The office and shop are open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
As the Boy Scouts of America celebrated its 106th birthday, Brittany Fraser was working to improve the lives of the community one Scout at a time.
Maureen Underwood. Lifelines curriculum presenter, talks to Lawton Public Schools counselors Monday during the first day of Lifelines Postvention Training.
Lawton Public Schools is hosting a Lifelines Postvention Training session this week at the CETES Conference Center at Cameron University.
Basketball playoffs for Class 5A and 6A are nearly here. Playoff pairings come out on Thursday, so winning or losing will no longer affect seeds. Instead, the final two weeks of the regular season are all about building momentum for a playoff run.
From left, Publishers Clearing House Prize Patrol officers Howie Guja, Dave Sayer and Danielle Lam present Lawton resident Donna Botha with a $10,000 check as part of the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes. Botha plans to use the money to put a downpayment on a home for her family.
Kevin Toles, right, is assisted by Molly Dickson while casting his vote Tuesday at the Owens Center.
McMahon Foundation trustees joined Cameron University President John McArthur inside the university’s new gross anatomy lab Tuesday during a special reception. Beginning this summer, human anatomy students will begin dissecting cadavers inside the $200,000 facility to enhance and strengthen their understanding of human tissues, organs and systems.
Boy Scout District Executive Brittany Fraser displays some of the Boy Scout information available at the Laura Fields Scout Service Center & Scout Shop, 620 Cache Road.The office and shop are open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Maureen Underwood. Lifelines curriculum presenter, talks to Lawton Public Schools counselors Monday during the first day of Lifelines Postvention Training.

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