Nancy Howell, instructor for the Great Plains Technology Center's firefighter/emergency medical technician program, was recently named 2014 Postsecondary Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma Association for Career and Technology Education.
Nancy Howell has easily taught at least 1,000 firefighters and emergency medical technicians, who are spread throughout the United States, saving countless lives.
The 580 Rollergirls closed out their home roller derby season Saturday night with a double-header mashup bout at the Great Plains Coliseum.
After conducting rigorous tryouts among 25 hopefuls, the members of the 2014 Army Men's Softball team have been announced and once again one of Fort Sill's own will be among those trying to retain the Armed Forces softball title.
Jeffrey Adams holds his daughter, London Adams, while ophthalmologist Dr. Ann Warn checks 5-month-old London's ability to track movement with both eyes.
Long before children can cover one eye and read the progressively smaller lines of letters and numbers on an eye chart, their eyes need to be examined.
Six lucky Lawtonians soar into the air on their aerial tour of the city Saturday, courtesy of a pilot with OKC Balloons Aloft.
It was the perfect day for a balloon ride. And a view of Lawton that few will see.
With police Lt. Ulysses Henderson and grandma Dagmar Hardy watching, Kara Banks, 5, sounds off the police siren on one of the Lawton Police Department motorcycles during the Cops ā€˜nā€™ Kids Picnic Saturday in Elmer Thomas Park.
Children and their families had the chance to see a softer side of the men and women in blue Saturday during the annual Cops 'n' Kids Picnic.
Nancy Howell, instructor for the Great Plains Technology Center's firefighter/emergency medical technician program, was recently named 2014 Postsecondary Teacher of the Year by the Oklahoma Association for Career and Technology Education.
Jeffrey Adams holds his daughter, London Adams, while ophthalmologist Dr. Ann Warn checks 5-month-old London's ability to track movement with both eyes.
Six lucky Lawtonians soar into the air on their aerial tour of the city Saturday, courtesy of a pilot with OKC Balloons Aloft.
With police Lt. Ulysses Henderson and grandma Dagmar Hardy watching, Kara Banks, 5, sounds off the police siren on one of the Lawton Police Department motorcycles during the Cops ā€˜nā€™ Kids Picnic Saturday in Elmer Thomas Park.

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