JCPenney store manager Caycee Vickers helps Seneca Greene check out during post-Christmas shopping Friday. Greene saw deals too good to pass up and decided to venture out a day after the big holiday.
The holiday shopping season continued Friday  even after the presents were opened the previous day.
A three-story home that was once a church burned down Thursday after a chimney fire quickly spread, igniting propane tanks, ammunition and home repair supplies. The Cache Volunteer Fire Department spent almost six hours fighting the fire with the aid of the Lawton Fire Department and volunteer fire departments from Geronimo,Wichita Mountains Estates and Valley View.
A three-story home that used to be a church was destroyed by fire Thursday night despite the efforts of several local fire departments. Dale Winham, chief of the Cache Volunteer Fire Department, said his firefighters responded to the fire at 10101 Shadybrook Drive, just east of Pecan Valley, at 9:05 p.m.
Lisa Christiansen unloads Bibles and books to donate to the residents of Comanche Nation Domestic Violence Shelter on Wednesday.
For clients of the Comanche Nation Domestic Violence Center, Christmas Eve came with gifts of hope and inspiration.  Lisa Christiansen donated Bibles and inspirational books, "Thank God I" (volumes 1, 2 and 3) and "101 Great Ways to Enhance Your Career," the shelter residents.
Artist Myron Beeson, foreground, and Bonnie Tomahsah-Monoessy look over the latest mural on display in Apache. Tomahsah-Monoessy, an award-winning fancy shawl dancer, is featured in the painting along with various symbols of the Comanche Nation.
The latest mural on display in Apache holds a special meaning to Native Americans. 
Sins of the Earth’s Micah “Meat” Payne and the rest of the head-banging crew, including Jason Santina guesting on bass, are coming out of hiatus to kick 2014 to the curb.
With New Year's Eve celebrations just around the corner, I wanted to share some really cool shows by some outstanding Southwest Oklahoma talent that are sure to ring in 2015 just right.
Staff at Firo Fire Kissed Pizza, from left, Dawn Griffith, Michael Smith, Kristin Hubbs, Michael Johnson and Josh France take orders from the customers on Tuesday.
Firo Fire Kissed Pizza, 3902 Cache Road, recently opened to provide a fresh, fire-cooked pizza experience for Lawtonians.   Kristin Hubbs, area manager, said the unique flavor of the pizza comes from its being cooked over the wood oven that heats up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. 
JCPenney store manager Caycee Vickers helps Seneca Greene check out during post-Christmas shopping Friday. Greene saw deals too good to pass up and decided to venture out a day after the big holiday.
A three-story home that was once a church burned down Thursday after a chimney fire quickly spread, igniting propane tanks, ammunition and home repair supplies. The Cache Volunteer Fire Department spent almost six hours fighting the fire with the aid of the Lawton Fire Department and volunteer fire departments from Geronimo,Wichita Mountains Estates and Valley View.
Lisa Christiansen unloads Bibles and books to donate to the residents of Comanche Nation Domestic Violence Shelter on Wednesday.
Artist Myron Beeson, foreground, and Bonnie Tomahsah-Monoessy look over the latest mural on display in Apache. Tomahsah-Monoessy, an award-winning fancy shawl dancer, is featured in the painting along with various symbols of the Comanche Nation.
Sins of the Earth’s Micah “Meat” Payne and the rest of the head-banging crew, including Jason Santina guesting on bass, are coming out of hiatus to kick 2014 to the curb.
Staff at Firo Fire Kissed Pizza, from left, Dawn Griffith, Michael Smith, Kristin Hubbs, Michael Johnson and Josh France take orders from the customers on Tuesday.

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