Stephen McKeever, left, Oklahoma secretary of science and technology in Gov. Mary Fallin’s cabinet, speaks with Michael Carolina, executive director of the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, during a break at the Southwest Oklahoma STEM Summit held Wednesday at Cameron University.
Luminaries from the worlds of government, education and business gathered at Cameron University's McCasland Ballroom Wednesday to discuss ways to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in Oklahoma as part of the Southwest Oklahoma STEM Summit.
Kathy Baldwin, manager of the new DICK’S Sporting Goods in Lawton, prepares for the store’s grand opening set for Friday through Sunday.
DICK'S Sporting Goods is planning a weekend full of specials and activities to celebrate the grand opening of its new Lawton store.
“Downwind from Hanford” is a work by Pawnee and Yakama artist Bunky Echo-Hawk that is part of a series designed to explore racism and injustice in Indian Country. Political and thought-provoking with his art, Echo-Hawk will present a “live paint” demonstration Friday night during Comanche Nation College’s indigenous arts event.
The Comanche Nation College will be the site Friday night for an indigenous arts event featuring a live paint experience with cutting-edge artist Bunky Echo-Hawk. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the James Cox Auditorium at the college, 1608 SW 9th. The event will last until 10 p.m.
YUKON  Many Americans like to claim Scottish roots, whether it's true or not. Why not pretend for the weekend and learn more about a culture and tradition that anyone can enjoy? 
Champions for Children named at Celebration, the Lawton Public Schools annual awards ceremony, were, from left, Barbara Snow, Hosie Hilliard, George Bradshaw, Jonathan Timms, Cristal Dorsey, Laura Hooper, Rick McElhaney, Penny Wilson, Debbie Hearn and Ashley Smith.
Lawton Public Schools held its annual Celebration event Tuesday night at Lawton High School, where the district honored the best of its own and members of the community who have made positive contributions to educating Lawton children.
Supporters of The Hearth Project, including Monique Leong, Audrey Dolar Tejada and Joseph Yu, put a shovel into the ground during a groundbreaking ceremony for a project with the Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce Redcoat Ambassadors at 2102 NW Arlington. The Hearth Project is starting a project to renovate a vacant house into a modern showcase home with modern materials and a geothermal heating/air conditioning system to reduce energy costs and consumption.
A project to remodel a Lawton home as a showcase featuring modern materials and technologies is underway. Participating in the groundbreaking ceremony this week were officials of The Hearth Project, which is sponsoring the home project, and members of the Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce Redcoat Ambassadors.
Stephen McKeever, left, Oklahoma secretary of science and technology in Gov. Mary Fallin’s cabinet, speaks with Michael Carolina, executive director of the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology, during a break at the Southwest Oklahoma STEM Summit held Wednesday at Cameron University.
Kathy Baldwin, manager of the new DICK’S Sporting Goods in Lawton, prepares for the store’s grand opening set for Friday through Sunday.
“Downwind from Hanford” is a work by Pawnee and Yakama artist Bunky Echo-Hawk that is part of a series designed to explore racism and injustice in Indian Country. Political and thought-provoking with his art, Echo-Hawk will present a “live paint” demonstration Friday night during Comanche Nation College’s indigenous arts event.
Champions for Children named at Celebration, the Lawton Public Schools annual awards ceremony, were, from left, Barbara Snow, Hosie Hilliard, George Bradshaw, Jonathan Timms, Cristal Dorsey, Laura Hooper, Rick McElhaney, Penny Wilson, Debbie Hearn and Ashley Smith.
Supporters of The Hearth Project, including Monique Leong, Audrey Dolar Tejada and Joseph Yu, put a shovel into the ground during a groundbreaking ceremony for a project with the Lawton-Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce Redcoat Ambassadors at 2102 NW Arlington. The Hearth Project is starting a project to renovate a vacant house into a modern showcase home with modern materials and a geothermal heating/air conditioning system to reduce energy costs and consumption.

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