An ambulance carrying one of two brothers shot around midnight Wednesday in the 7200 block Northwest Kingsbury Avenue prepares to leave for the hospital as police open up the evidence laden roadway. One man died and the other remains hospitalized with what are called non-life-threatening injuries. Police continue to look for the suspects as the investigation continues.
One of two men gunned down in a west Lawton street early Thursday died. Later in the day, police said they made an arrest and are continuing to investigate.
Deputy Refuge Manager Ralph Bryant holds up the skull of a Texas longhorn bull so prospective buyers can get a look at what they’re bidding on at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge’s 71st annual Texas longhorn auction on Thursday.
The 71st annual Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge Texas longhorn auction was marked by a resurgence of interest among buyers and the swirling winds of change.
Karolyn Anders, president of the Associate Supporters of Vietnam Veterans of America, places a wreath at the Vietnam Memorial in Elmer Thomas Park Thursday during a POW-MIA ceremony to recognize missing Vietnam War veterans.
Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 751 on Thursday recognized fellow veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice during the war in Southeast Asia.
Members of the Lawton Public Schools Board of Education are led on a tour of Freedom Elementary, which is still under construction,Thursday by Jason Ridings, senior project manager for architectural firm BWA. Freedom will open to students May 1.
Freedom will soon be a reality. Members of the Lawton Public Schools Board of Education, district administrators and media toured the construction site for Freedom Elementary School on Fort Sill Thursday, during a school board meeting.
Lawton High School kicker Caitlyn Cox has this PAT kick blocked by Sapulpa’s BJ Dansby during the first half of Thursday’s game against Sapulpa at Cameron Stadium. Cox earned the starting job as placement specialist and had hit every kick until this one was blocked.
Lawton High's starters only played a half, but what a half it was. The Wolverines rolled up 472 yards on their way to a 47-0 halftime lead on the Sapulpa Chieftains before the backups took over to finish off a 61-21 win Thursday night at Cameron Stadium.
Eisenhower’s Crystal Polk, left, beats teammate Tavai Ieremia to the ball during a joust at the net during Thursday’s match against Lawton High at the Wolverine Gym. Ike earned a 3-0 victory to cap a sweep of the Wolverines.
Eisenhower trailed for only the briefest of moments Thursday night as it beat Lawton High in straight sets 25-12, 25-7, 25-18. The Wolverines' 1-0 lead to begin the second set was the only point of the match that they led the No. 8 team in Class 5A.
An ambulance carrying one of two brothers shot around midnight Wednesday in the 7200 block Northwest Kingsbury Avenue prepares to leave for the hospital as police open up the evidence laden roadway. One man died and the other remains hospitalized with what are called non-life-threatening injuries. Police continue to look for the suspects as the investigation continues.
Deputy Refuge Manager Ralph Bryant holds up the skull of a Texas longhorn bull so prospective buyers can get a look at what they’re bidding on at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge’s 71st annual Texas longhorn auction on Thursday.
Karolyn Anders, president of the Associate Supporters of Vietnam Veterans of America, places a wreath at the Vietnam Memorial in Elmer Thomas Park Thursday during a POW-MIA ceremony to recognize missing Vietnam War veterans.
Members of the Lawton Public Schools Board of Education are led on a tour of Freedom Elementary, which is still under construction,Thursday by Jason Ridings, senior project manager for architectural firm BWA. Freedom will open to students May 1.
Lawton High School kicker Caitlyn Cox has this PAT kick blocked by Sapulpa’s BJ Dansby during the first half of Thursday’s game against Sapulpa at Cameron Stadium. Cox earned the starting job as placement specialist and had hit every kick until this one was blocked.
Eisenhower’s Crystal Polk, left, beats teammate Tavai Ieremia to the ball during a joust at the net during Thursday’s match against Lawton High at the Wolverine Gym. Ike earned a 3-0 victory to cap a sweep of the Wolverines.

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