A Triple 7 howitzer crew consisting of a section chief (seated) and six crew members load a 155mm round into the tube for a live-fire training event on Fort Sill’s Quanah Range on Thursday.
The U.S. Marine Corps sent senior staff NCOs and officers from all corners of the land to one of Fort Sill's westernmost ranges Thursday to learn how to live-fire one of the military's newest targeting capabilities.
Martha Doolin of Medicine Park signs in to cast an in-person absentee ballot Thursday at the Comanche County Courthouses; assisting her are, from left,Terry Keith, Lavern Robinson and Melissa Anderson. In-person absentee balloting will continue from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today at courthouses across Southwest Oklahoma. Regular polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Candidates for Lawton's Ward 7 City Council seat fielded questions from residents Thursday, in a forum held the same day that constituents began early voting.
This slab behind the main gallery of the Field Artillery Museum was poured recently in preparation for the museum’s first expansion since its grand opening in June 2009.
When the Field Artillery Museum opened its doors in June 2009, it didn't seem possible that it would be bursting at the seams in just seven years.
Fred and Angie Brewer were just two on hand Thursday night who purchased a handcrafted bowl at the Elgin cafeteria for the Empty Bowls fundraising event. This year the money raised will be sent to the Elgin Community Food Pantry, the Lawton Food Bank and Feed the Children.
ELGIN - It was long after school on Thursday, but the Elgin High School cafeteria was buzzing with students and adults who turned out for a bowl of beans.
Lawton High’s D.D. Michael dribbles under pressure as Eisenhower’s R.J. Fisher (12) and Romio Harvey defend.
Lawton High basketball finally returned home Thursday night only to find its rival Eisenhower waiting. The atmosphere was rowdy all night and a couple of entertaining games were split by the schools. Eisenhower boys claimed the city title with an 80-56 win behind hot 3-point shooting.
Blues legend Dennis Binder, right, and Thanh Le pause for a photo during production Sunday of a new song to be added to Binder’s canon. “Amen,” Binder’s take on “The Lord’s Prayer,” is almost six minutes of the transcendence and magic that makes blues eternal.
A blues legend who lives local is breathing new life into Lawton's music landscape with a new recording of an old song.
A Triple 7 howitzer crew consisting of a section chief (seated) and six crew members load a 155mm round into the tube for a live-fire training event on Fort Sill’s Quanah Range on Thursday.
Martha Doolin of Medicine Park signs in to cast an in-person absentee ballot Thursday at the Comanche County Courthouses; assisting her are, from left,Terry Keith, Lavern Robinson and Melissa Anderson. In-person absentee balloting will continue from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today at courthouses across Southwest Oklahoma. Regular polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
This slab behind the main gallery of the Field Artillery Museum was poured recently in preparation for the museum’s first expansion since its grand opening in June 2009.
Fred and Angie Brewer were just two on hand Thursday night who purchased a handcrafted bowl at the Elgin cafeteria for the Empty Bowls fundraising event. This year the money raised will be sent to the Elgin Community Food Pantry, the Lawton Food Bank and Feed the Children.
Lawton High’s D.D. Michael dribbles under pressure as Eisenhower’s R.J. Fisher (12) and Romio Harvey defend.
Blues legend Dennis Binder, right, and Thanh Le pause for a photo during production Sunday of a new song to be added to Binder’s canon. “Amen,” Binder’s take on “The Lord’s Prayer,” is almost six minutes of the transcendence and magic that makes blues eternal.

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