Emma Brown, 2, checks out a slide Friday at the new Centennial Park Playground in Duncan.
Officially and formally, Duncan's new Centennial Park Playground hasn't opened. Adults with giant scissors haven't turned out yet to cut a big red ribbon.
A Lawton man turned himself in at the Comanche County Jail Thursday after he's alleged to have set his family's house on fire. A police report said police and firefighters were dispatched shortly after 6 p.m. Thursday to 1207 SW 3rd on a house fire.
Alex Manny, 10, splashes away in the waters of Bath Lake on a warm Friday afternoon. This was only the second day this season Bath Lake has been open after floodwaters carried extensive debris and trash into the swimming area.
MEDICINE PARK - Bath Lake is open for the first time this summer  just in time for Independence Day weekend.
From left, Takoda Beauregrad and Gregory Poemoceah listen to Tim Nevaquaya as he teaches them about the crafting and history of the Comanche courting flute.
The soft tones of the traditional Comanche courting flute drifted through the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center as brothers Timothy and Calvert Nevaquaya hosted a free workshop in hopes of preserving a portion of their heritage.
Standing in front of a mosque under construction by the American Muslim Association of Lawton are, from left, Shahid Amin, Abdulhamid Sukar, Jawad Drissi and Syed Ahmed.
Muslims in Lawton are observing the holy month of Ramadan month by fasting, praying and giving to charity.  This year Ramadan started on the evening of June 17 and will end on the evening of July 17. 
Pfc. Jorge L. Morales is joined by his wife, Vivian, and daughters, Sofia, 1, and Valentina, 7, for his oath of allegiance to become a naturalized U.S. citizen during Fort Sill’s early Independence Day ceremony on Thursday.
For the first time ever, Fort Sill had a naturalization ceremony within the early Independence Day ceremony conducted on Thursday.
Emma Brown, 2, checks out a slide Friday at the new Centennial Park Playground in Duncan.
Alex Manny, 10, splashes away in the waters of Bath Lake on a warm Friday afternoon. This was only the second day this season Bath Lake has been open after floodwaters carried extensive debris and trash into the swimming area.
From left, Takoda Beauregrad and Gregory Poemoceah listen to Tim Nevaquaya as he teaches them about the crafting and history of the Comanche courting flute.
Standing in front of a mosque under construction by the American Muslim Association of Lawton are, from left, Shahid Amin, Abdulhamid Sukar, Jawad Drissi and Syed Ahmed.
Pfc. Jorge L. Morales is joined by his wife, Vivian, and daughters, Sofia, 1, and Valentina, 7, for his oath of allegiance to become a naturalized U.S. citizen during Fort Sill’s early Independence Day ceremony on Thursday.

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