Ruby Martin holds a picture of her half-brother, Albert, and his horse. The photo was taken many years ago when horses were still a primary form of transportation.The photo is one of many Martin keeps framed in her room to reflect upon as she turns 100 today.
The residents of Ten Oaks will be seeing red, ruby red to be specific, as party-goers don the color in celebration of Ruby Martin's 100th birthday today.
Fort Cobb-Broxton sophomore Greyden Steinmetz attempts a fast-break dunk during Thursday’s game at Memorial Gymnasium in Apache. Steinmetz scored a game-high 20 points as Class B No. 1 Fort Cobb won, 55-30.
APACHE - Fort Cobb took two top-10 ranked basketball teams into Apache's Memorial Gymnasium on Thursday, and both won convincingly in their last game before the holiday break.  Class B Fort Cobb's sixth-ranked girls were sharp behind the 3-point line in a 57-28 win over the Warriors.
Connery is playing what it claims is the band’s last show Dec. 27 as part of a post-Christmas treat with Upright, Hollow Breath, Death Trap and more at Black Dog Crossfit, 206 SE B.
With the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holidays, I'm asking all the clubs that are booking live music to post your band lineups to your Facebook pages or inbox me with performers by noon Tuesday.
The Chance Anderson Band rocks the iconic Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa earlier this summer. Shown are singer/songwriter Chance Anderson, left, and bassist Eric Wulz. The Chance Anderson Band will open for Whiskey Myers New Year’s Eve at the Simmons Center in Duncan. Tickets are available now, at a temporary discount price of $25 each, online at: http://back40llc.ticketleap.com/newyears2014/.
Shine up your best boots to kick in the new year at Duncan's Simmons Center with Whiskey Myers and local favorites, the Chance Anderson Band.
Grandma Ly and Grandpa Ly show their gratitude to the Kuntz and Carl family for their years of patronage at Hu Nan Chinese Restaurant. The stalwart restaurant is closing its doors after 32 years so its owner-operators can enjoy retirement.
After 32 years of service to the community, Hu Nan Chinese Restaurant is closing its doors Saturday.
The operations center inside Fort Sill’s Building 6050 is a sea of bright, shining faces as soldiers of 434th Field Artillery Brigade prepare for their two weeks of winter block leave
The new reception complex for the 95th Adjutant General Battalion helped to streamline the process of sending 2,645 Fort Sill trainees home for the holidays this year.
Ruby Martin holds a picture of her half-brother, Albert, and his horse. The photo was taken many years ago when horses were still a primary form of transportation.The photo is one of many Martin keeps framed in her room to reflect upon as she turns 100 today.
Fort Cobb-Broxton sophomore Greyden Steinmetz attempts a fast-break dunk during Thursday’s game at Memorial Gymnasium in Apache. Steinmetz scored a game-high 20 points as Class B No. 1 Fort Cobb won, 55-30.
Connery is playing what it claims is the band’s last show Dec. 27 as part of a post-Christmas treat with Upright, Hollow Breath, Death Trap and more at Black Dog Crossfit, 206 SE B.
The Chance Anderson Band rocks the iconic Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa earlier this summer. Shown are singer/songwriter Chance Anderson, left, and bassist Eric Wulz. The Chance Anderson Band will open for Whiskey Myers New Year’s Eve at the Simmons Center in Duncan. Tickets are available now, at a temporary discount price of $25 each, online at: http://back40llc.ticketleap.com/newyears2014/.
Grandma Ly and Grandpa Ly show their gratitude to the Kuntz and Carl family for their years of patronage at Hu Nan Chinese Restaurant. The stalwart restaurant is closing its doors after 32 years so its owner-operators can enjoy retirement.
The operations center inside Fort Sill’s Building 6050 is a sea of bright, shining faces as soldiers of 434th Field Artillery Brigade prepare for their two weeks of winter block leave

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