Cameron Clark searches for Easter eggs Friday morning at Bishop School at an egg hunt sponsored for the school by Prince Hall Masonic Lodge No. 9.
Laughing children combed the playground at Bishop School Friday morning in search of brightlycolored plastic eggs in the latest example of the partnership between the school and a local Masonic lodge.
Former District Court Judge Allen C. McCall, left, shakes hands with Comanche County District Court Judge Emmit Tayloe after a swearing-in ceremony Friday afternoon at the Comanche County Courthouse. Tayloe was appointed by the governor to fill the vacancy left by McCall last fall.
Friday afternoon wasn't the first time former District Judge Allen McCall has asked Comanche County District Court Judge Emmit Tayloe to repeat an oath after him, but it was the first time the former judge gave something away to the longtime defense attorney  the seat in his former courtroom.
From left, community activist William Cunningham, Sierra Club Texas representative Sarah Sharif, Cameron University professor Jerry Dodd and local resident Ralph Bryant discuss the issue of out-of-state smog and pollution affecting Southwest Oklahoma during a community meeting Thursday in Medicine Park.
The Sierra Club hosted a clean discussion on a dirty topic Thursday in Medicine Park.
Dale Robinson exhibits several types of materials that can be used to soften up Lawton’s clay soils and help get water into the ground for people interested in worms as a natural alternative to chemical fertilizers for spurring plant growth
When Dale Robinson started looking into vermiculture and reading up on what others were doing in this field, he saw room for improvement.
Rattlesnakes are more popular than ever right now in Apache during the annual Apache Rattlesnake Festival.
APACHE  Afraid or not, thousands of people are turning out this weekend for the annual Apache Rattlesnake Festival.
Lily Stewart, 12, looks on as her father and Oklahoma University photography professor Todd Stewart shows a picture to Carla Dodson during rehearsals for the annual Holy City Easter Pageant. Todd Stewart is photographing the pageant and the Holy City for a project on Southwest Oklahoma.
The Holy City of the Wichitas museum is getting an update thanks to the dedication of a long-time visitor.
Cameron Clark searches for Easter eggs Friday morning at Bishop School at an egg hunt sponsored for the school by Prince Hall Masonic Lodge No. 9.
Former District Court Judge Allen C. McCall, left, shakes hands with Comanche County District Court Judge Emmit Tayloe after a swearing-in ceremony Friday afternoon at the Comanche County Courthouse. Tayloe was appointed by the governor to fill the vacancy left by McCall last fall.
From left, community activist William Cunningham, Sierra Club Texas representative Sarah Sharif, Cameron University professor Jerry Dodd and local resident Ralph Bryant discuss the issue of out-of-state smog and pollution affecting Southwest Oklahoma during a community meeting Thursday in Medicine Park.
Dale Robinson exhibits several types of materials that can be used to soften up Lawton’s clay soils and help get water into the ground for people interested in worms as a natural alternative to chemical fertilizers for spurring plant growth
Rattlesnakes are more popular than ever right now in Apache during the annual Apache Rattlesnake Festival.
Lily Stewart, 12, looks on as her father and Oklahoma University photography professor Todd Stewart shows a picture to Carla Dodson during rehearsals for the annual Holy City Easter Pageant. Todd Stewart is photographing the pageant and the Holy City for a project on Southwest Oklahoma.

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