Eager Dachshunds run for the finish line during one of four weenie races at the 2014 annual Bark in the Park event Saturday in Duncan’s Fuqua Park.
DUNCAN  Mr. Axle was jumping through hoops to please the crowd. Derek Marzoff, a resident of Edmond, coached Axle as he competed for a panel of judges at the 2014 annual Bark in the Park. 
The Comanche Nation will hold an open house at the Edith Kassanavoid Gordon Assisted Living Center, 1001 SE 36th, at 11 a.m. Monday.
The Comanche Nation is inviting the public to take a look around as it prepares to open an assisted living center that will cater specifically to elder Native Americans' health needs.
Lawton High School Wolverines marched for safety Friday, along with a Chik-fil-A cow, to the beat of the LHS drum line. The students were urging drivers to not text and drive as part of the national It Can Wait campaign, which has been active all week at Lawton Public Schools.
Lawton High School students marched for a cause that often gets overlooked Friday afternoon  the dangers of texting while driving.
Abigail Taylor and Chloe Craft-Tipton show off their stringy Silly Putty made at the children’s art area Saturday at the Medicine Park Art Walk and Flute Festival. The Putty quickly began to melt when facing the warm temperatures.
MEDICINE PARK  Native American flute music and quality art combined for another successful festival Saturday in Medicine Park. 
State Sen. Connie Johnson, D-Oklahoma City, addresses members of the Lawton NAACP Chapter 6131 during its 2014 Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday night at the Hilton Garden Inn.
State senator and U.S. senate candidate Connie Johnson encouraged members of the Lawton Branch NAACP to register to vote and participate in upcoming elections during the organization's 2014 Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday night at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Geronimo Road Elementary School was honored Sept. 12 and 13 in Washington, D.C., with the National Healthy Schools Award at the bronze level by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Shown at the event are, from left, Charles Milam, principal director, deputy assistant secretary of defense, military community and family policy...
Geronimo Road Elementary School was recently honored with a National Healthy Schools Award at the bronze level for the strides it has made in helping its student body achieve healthier lifestyles.
Eager Dachshunds run for the finish line during one of four weenie races at the 2014 annual Bark in the Park event Saturday in Duncan’s Fuqua Park.
The Comanche Nation will hold an open house at the Edith Kassanavoid Gordon Assisted Living Center, 1001 SE 36th, at 11 a.m. Monday.
Lawton High School Wolverines marched for safety Friday, along with a Chik-fil-A cow, to the beat of the LHS drum line. The students were urging drivers to not text and drive as part of the national It Can Wait campaign, which has been active all week at Lawton Public Schools.
Abigail Taylor and Chloe Craft-Tipton show off their stringy Silly Putty made at the children’s art area Saturday at the Medicine Park Art Walk and Flute Festival. The Putty quickly began to melt when facing the warm temperatures.
State Sen. Connie Johnson, D-Oklahoma City, addresses members of the Lawton NAACP Chapter 6131 during its 2014 Freedom Fund Banquet Saturday night at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Geronimo Road Elementary School was honored Sept. 12 and 13 in Washington, D.C., with the National Healthy Schools Award at the bronze level by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Shown at the event are, from left, Charles Milam, principal director, deputy assistant secretary of defense, military community and family policy...

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