Parker Lynn, 10, wears the dinosaur mask that he made at the Lawton-Fort Sill Arts Council summer camp. He plans to keep the mask and use it as part of a larger costume.
The Lawton-Fort Sill Arts Council summer art camp is one of the places in the city for creative kids to get some hands-on art experience and instruction when school is out for the summer. 
Patty (Croft) Stevens clutches the American flag that her mother hid beneath her bed during their captivity at Los Banos.The flag was raised over the internment camp for three days while the Japanese were away fighting the Americans who began liberating the Philippines in 1944.
Patty (Croft) Stevens and her mother began making their way down to roll call at the Japanese internment camp Los Banos in the Philippines. It was Feb. 23, 1945, and when they walked out of their barracks they saw white parachutes dropping from the sky.
 Walters School Superintendent Jimmie Dedmon stands in front of bookcases in his office that house a collection of memorabilia he has collected through the years.
WALTERS  Superintendent Jimmie Dedmon was "super surprised" when he was told that he's been named Superintendent of the Year for District 15. He is one of 20 superintendents from across the state who were recognized during the annual Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administrators summer conference.
Kaitlin Pontikes run for Oklahoma City University in a past cross-country event. Pontikes is hopeful to return to full strength this season.
In a sweet and patient tone, Kaitlin Pontikes explained some of the basics to me in her still-present Canadian accent. (She came to Southwest Oklahoma by way of Saskatchewan.)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP)  There was no celebratory burnout  Kyle Busch has done plenty of those the last few weeks  just another big, fat kiss at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Dr. Richard Brittingham, internal medicine physician at Comanche County Memorial Hospital, uses a chart to explain the effects of hepatitis on the liver.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated Tuesday as World Hepatitis Day to focus attention on the 400 million people worldwide who are living with hepatitis B or C. Every year 1.4 million people die from viral hepatitis.
Parker Lynn, 10, wears the dinosaur mask that he made at the Lawton-Fort Sill Arts Council summer camp. He plans to keep the mask and use it as part of a larger costume.
Patty (Croft) Stevens clutches the American flag that her mother hid beneath her bed during their captivity at Los Banos.The flag was raised over the internment camp for three days while the Japanese were away fighting the Americans who began liberating the Philippines in 1944.
 Walters School Superintendent Jimmie Dedmon stands in front of bookcases in his office that house a collection of memorabilia he has collected through the years.
Kaitlin Pontikes run for Oklahoma City University in a past cross-country event. Pontikes is hopeful to return to full strength this season.
Dr. Richard Brittingham, internal medicine physician at Comanche County Memorial Hospital, uses a chart to explain the effects of hepatitis on the liver.

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