From left, Lawton Assistant Police Chief James Apple, District Attorney Fred Smith, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Director Darrell Weaver, Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley and state Sen. Don Barrington talk after checks representing money seized from a drug gang were handed out Friday at the Comanche County Courthouse.
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) presented checks of $4,461 each to the Comanche County District Attorney's Office, Comanche County Sheriff's Office and Lawton Police Department on Friday.
Comanche volunteer firefighters, from left, Bobby Bowen and Rusty Combs, check out the department’s new fire engine recently. Purchase of the 2015-model pumper, which will double as the CFD’s rescue unit, was made possible by passage of a safety tax by Stephens County voters.
COMANCHE - To say it's been a while since folks in Comanche saw a brand new fire engine in town would be an understatement. Lyndon Johnson was president the last time that happened.
The Frederick Chamber of Commerce honored award winners during its annual installation banquet Thursday night. From left are Jack Lowery, the male Most Useful Citizen of Award winner, and Jacob David, Volunteer of the Year. Not shown is Sue Ann Kauffman, the female Most Useful Citizen honoree.
FREDERICK - Major awards were presented and the 2015 officers and directors of the Frederick Chamber of Commerce were introduced during the Chamber's annual installation banquet Thursday at the Great Plains Technology Center.
Eisenhower’s Darius Roy looks for a teammate after getting his path blocked to the rim during Friday’s home game against Choctaw. Roy scored 17 as Ike rolled, 64-44.
Eisenhower's explosive boys basketball team played almost flawlessly for eight minutes to start last night's game with Choctaw, but while the Eagles won the contest by 20 points, 64-44, and were never really threatened, there were times in the last three quarters that didn't satisfy head coach Bruce Harrington.
Midwest City’s Jalen Redmond (22) blocks a shot by Lawton High’s Chris Jones. Redmond was called for a foul on the play, but his team won, 64-51.
Hosting a top-10 team is never easy. Lawton High found that out the hard way twice, dropping both ends of the doubleheader to Midwest City at home Friday. Both squads were leading in the fourth quarter only to see their leads turn into losses.
MacArthur’s Yoshika Thomas battles with Ardmore’s J’Sades Ainsworth for a loose ball during the Highlanders’ 48-42 loss Friday night.
Turnovers doomed both MacArthur basketball teams Friday night while hosting Ardmore. Mac girls lost, 48-42, to 5A No. 5 Ardmore while the boys fell, 82-52, to the No. 6 team in 5A. Mac will look to rebound Tuesday on the road vs. Altus. Late charge not enough for girls
From left, Lawton Assistant Police Chief James Apple, District Attorney Fred Smith, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Director Darrell Weaver, Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley and state Sen. Don Barrington talk after checks representing money seized from a drug gang were handed out Friday at the Comanche County Courthouse.
Comanche volunteer firefighters, from left, Bobby Bowen and Rusty Combs, check out the department’s new fire engine recently. Purchase of the 2015-model pumper, which will double as the CFD’s rescue unit, was made possible by passage of a safety tax by Stephens County voters.
The Frederick Chamber of Commerce honored award winners during its annual installation banquet Thursday night. From left are Jack Lowery, the male Most Useful Citizen of Award winner, and Jacob David, Volunteer of the Year. Not shown is Sue Ann Kauffman, the female Most Useful Citizen honoree.
Eisenhower’s Darius Roy looks for a teammate after getting his path blocked to the rim during Friday’s home game against Choctaw. Roy scored 17 as Ike rolled, 64-44.
Midwest City’s Jalen Redmond (22) blocks a shot by Lawton High’s Chris Jones. Redmond was called for a foul on the play, but his team won, 64-51.
MacArthur’s Yoshika Thomas battles with Ardmore’s J’Sades Ainsworth for a loose ball during the Highlanders’ 48-42 loss Friday night.

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