Matt Littrell tends to two of his horses — Nutmeg, left, and Elanor — after stopping west of Cache on his cross-country ride to raise money for veterans.
Matt Littrell credits horses with saving his life. Now they're taking him on a journey that he hopes will save others.
The Armed Services YMCA location in downtown Lawton is being considered as a site for a potential facility for homeless veterans.
As the Lawton-Fort Sill Armed Services YMCA prepares to move into the former George D. Keathley Army Reserve Center, 900 Cache Road, the Soldier and Family Council is looking to turn its present site into a 24-hour safe haven for homeless veterans.
Davon Finkley carries the ball during the first touchdown of MacArthur and Bishop McGuiness’ scrimmage Thursday at Cameron Stadium. Mac turned out a solid performance in front of about 350 fans.
It was a perfect first scrimmage for MacArthur High School's football team, the Highlanders produced six touchdowns on offense, the defense only allowed Bishop McGuinness one score on a busted coverage, and there wasn't a single yellow flag tossed toward the green and gold-clad crew from east Lawton.
Mitchy Hittz croons to the audience as the sun goes down during the Second Annual Project X Unity Festival at McMahon Memorial Park last weekend.
We Are Lawton is making an impact, and following last weekend's Second Annual Project X Unity Festival at the McMahon Memorial Skate Park, I believe the citizens are buying in. 
Wind gusts cause the fire inside an abandoned house at 4488 NW 257th Street outside of Indiahoma to erupt and consume all the fuel fit to burn Wednesday afternoon. The intense heat from the inferno caused the satellite dish to the side of the house to begin to curl and fold. The fire was caused when a controlled burn on the southern boundary of the property got out of control.
Wednesday was hot as blazes and, thanks to wind gusts over 30 mph,  conditions were tough for area firefighters who had to  dive into a firefight that, before it was over, scorched over 600 acres in the Wichita Mountains foothill area in northwestern Comanche County.
GameStop representatives T.J. Sargent, left, and Brandon Hopper were at the “Hire Our Heroes” job fair at Fort Sill on Wednesday.
A "Hire Our Heroes" job fair held Wednesday at Fort Sill showed soldiers the myriad possibilities that await them in the civilian world. There were defense contractors, banks and life insurance companies as was to be expected. But truckers and video game outlets were also part of the mix.
Matt Littrell tends to two of his horses — Nutmeg, left, and Elanor — after stopping west of Cache on his cross-country ride to raise money for veterans.
The Armed Services YMCA location in downtown Lawton is being considered as a site for a potential facility for homeless veterans.
Davon Finkley carries the ball during the first touchdown of MacArthur and Bishop McGuiness’ scrimmage Thursday at Cameron Stadium. Mac turned out a solid performance in front of about 350 fans.
Mitchy Hittz croons to the audience as the sun goes down during the Second Annual Project X Unity Festival at McMahon Memorial Park last weekend.
Wind gusts cause the fire inside an abandoned house at 4488 NW 257th Street outside of Indiahoma to erupt and consume all the fuel fit to burn Wednesday afternoon. The intense heat from the inferno caused the satellite dish to the side of the house to begin to curl and fold. The fire was caused when a controlled burn on the southern boundary of the property got out of control.
GameStop representatives T.J. Sargent, left, and Brandon Hopper were at the “Hire Our Heroes” job fair at Fort Sill on Wednesday.

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