Among the veterans who will support Alan Barth, far right, on his 50-mile walk to raise awareness for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) telethon are, seated, Earl Lucas, whose folded flag represents his late brother-in-law, Larry Hammond; middle row from left, Marvin Ward, Frank Waller and Marvin Conway; and back, Gary Hart, Tom Woodham and Manuel Lugo.
He's 62 years old and now on Social Security. "I'm going to do it one more time. I can't do it any longer. I'm going to turn it over to someone younger," he said.
A crew from Direct Traffic Control Inc. of Muskogee grinds up some pavement to add rumble strips to the shoulders of Oklahoma 36 in Comanche County as a final phase of a nearly $1.6 million project from Interstate 44 south of Lawton west 5.35 miles. The project included repairs to joints in the pavement followed by the application of a new asphalt surface.
It will be a smoother ride for motorists traveling on Oklahoma 36 in southern Comanche County thanks to the completion of a nearly $1.6 million reconstruction project to repair and resurface the roadway.
Lawton Police Chief James T. Smith, left, offers a well-earned handshake to Sgt. Robert Witten as Officer Brittany Schulte and Mayor Fred Fitch honor the officers for their actions during the frozen early hours of Feb. 1 to save the life of a 42-year-old Fort Sill soldier.
A pair of Lawton police officers were honored Tuesday evening for their efforts the morning of Feb. 1 to save a 42-year-old Fort Sill soldier stuck and close to freezing to death.
MacArthur first baseman Kerrigan Thorne steps off the bag after Duncan’s Kennedy Stewart was called out on a grounder to shortstop on Tuesday at Mac. Thorne had the only RBI hit of the night for either team in Mac’s 1-0 win.
Two pitchers, two styles, only one winner.  MacArthur's Ariel Enzenaur used a sly off-speed pitch to throw a one-hitter through seven innings, outlasting Duncan's Corrina Rivas in the Highlanders' 1-0 district win at home Tuesday. 
Eisenhower’s Malaysia McCollum, left, and Brooke Bross go up for a block during Tuesday’s match against arch rival Lawton High. Bross had 12 kills unofficially and a couple of big blocks to help spark the Eagles to a 3-1 victory at the Eisenhower Gym.
Brooke Bross and Crystal Polk took charge in the fourth set, knocking down seven kills each to lead Eisenhower to a 3-1 volleyball victory over arch rival Lawton High Tuesday at the Eagle Gym.
Lawton High football is primed to have a big season this year with the amount of talent it has and the Class 6A split, but something was missing.
Among the veterans who will support Alan Barth, far right, on his 50-mile walk to raise awareness for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) telethon are, seated, Earl Lucas, whose folded flag represents his late brother-in-law, Larry Hammond; middle row from left, Marvin Ward, Frank Waller and Marvin Conway; and back, Gary Hart, Tom Woodham and Manuel Lugo.
A crew from Direct Traffic Control Inc. of Muskogee grinds up some pavement to add rumble strips to the shoulders of Oklahoma 36 in Comanche County as a final phase of a nearly $1.6 million project from Interstate 44 south of Lawton west 5.35 miles. The project included repairs to joints in the pavement followed by the application of a new asphalt surface.
Lawton Police Chief James T. Smith, left, offers a well-earned handshake to Sgt. Robert Witten as Officer Brittany Schulte and Mayor Fred Fitch honor the officers for their actions during the frozen early hours of Feb. 1 to save the life of a 42-year-old Fort Sill soldier.
MacArthur first baseman Kerrigan Thorne steps off the bag after Duncan’s Kennedy Stewart was called out on a grounder to shortstop on Tuesday at Mac. Thorne had the only RBI hit of the night for either team in Mac’s 1-0 win.
Eisenhower’s Malaysia McCollum, left, and Brooke Bross go up for a block during Tuesday’s match against arch rival Lawton High. Bross had 12 kills unofficially and a couple of big blocks to help spark the Eagles to a 3-1 victory at the Eisenhower Gym.

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