Nine Lawton teens will be arriving for work with the general employees when City of Lawton offices resume normal operations Tuesday.
Memorial Day weekend welcomed local residents and travelers to roll down to Medicine Park and rock out to music at the Mayor's Red Dirt Ball, a chance to celebrate summertime, freedom and red dirt tunes. While listening to the bands, people shopped at local booths, sipped on their favorite drinks and took a dip in the water hole. 
Military veterans, families and children gathered handfuls of candy, sported smiles and decked out in red, white and blue along Main Street in Hobart for the Celebration of Freedom Parade on Saturday morning. 
As an ominous, low-hanging cloud near the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge rolled away, the warm, early-morning sun greeted the 599 bikers that put their foot on the pedals for the 28th annual Tour de Meers early Saturday morning. 
eterans of the nation's past wars living at the Lawton-Fort Sill Veterans Center were Fort Sill Commanding General Brian J. McKiernan's No. 1 priority on Friday.
DUNCAN - When it came down to it, for Dr. Alice White it was all about the gait.

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As an ominous, low-hanging cloud near the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge rolled away, the warm, early-morning sun greeted the 599 bikers that put their foot on the pedals for the 28th annual Tou

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This weekend's Red Dirt Ball in Medicine Park is going to offer a ton of great music. I can't wait to get out there and hear some of the best around playing the Main Stage and over by Bath Lake.

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