Sharrod McCoy, 2, with his painted face posed for a picture for Iron Man at the Children’s Art Fair.
As the sun began to peek through the dreary gray clouds, children started painting masks and drawing with chalk at the sixth annual Children's Art Fair on Saturday at Elmer Thomas Park.
Mackayla Chibitty, left, treads water while brother Nick Chibitty and friend Andrew Buschmann try to lend a helping hand with their paddleboard Saturday during the Outdoor Youth Expo in Medicine Park.The kayaks and canoes on Medicine Creek were some of the most popular attractions.
The second annual Outdoor Youth Expo was a success this year.
Venice James was the honoree at a surprise early 100th birthday party April 12 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church.
Venice James has come a long way since his birth a century ago on a farm in Louisiana. Since then he's been to Europe and East Asia courtesy of the Army, made a career of the military and owned his own business. Along the way he collected a host of friends who consider him a big part of their lives.
Participants will bounce their way around 5K of inflatable obstacles during the Insane Inflatable 5K Run Saturday at Fort Sill. Registration can be done online or in person the day of the event.
One of the most unique 5K runs in the nation is coming to Lawton-Fort Sill this weekend.
David Fortney shows off one of the poisonous snakes to an audience at the snake pit during the 32nd Annual Rattlesnake Festival. He started hunting rattlesnakes in 1957.
APACHE - Oklahomans ventured to Apache on Saturday to gaze at a pit of rattlesnakes, consume fried snake and benefit the community at the 32nd annual Apache Rattlesnake Festival.
Bernice McGee stands at a memorial honoring her brother, Clarence “Gene”Wilson, placed outside offices of the Lawton Housing Authority at Southwest 6th and F Avenue. Wilson, chief legal counsel for the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Oklahoma City, died in the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building April 19, 1995. For years, McGee took charge of most of the memorial’s maintenance. Now, it’s her hope that the Housing Authority, the City of Lawton or possibly a unit from Fort Sill will s
When Bart Hadley closes his eyes and allows himself to think about it, he can still see the harsh, white lights fixed on the ugly, cratered remains of the bombed Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on the night of April 19, 1995.
Sharrod McCoy, 2, with his painted face posed for a picture for Iron Man at the Children’s Art Fair.
Mackayla Chibitty, left, treads water while brother Nick Chibitty and friend Andrew Buschmann try to lend a helping hand with their paddleboard Saturday during the Outdoor Youth Expo in Medicine Park.The kayaks and canoes on Medicine Creek were some of the most popular attractions.
Venice James was the honoree at a surprise early 100th birthday party April 12 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church.
Participants will bounce their way around 5K of inflatable obstacles during the Insane Inflatable 5K Run Saturday at Fort Sill. Registration can be done online or in person the day of the event.
David Fortney shows off one of the poisonous snakes to an audience at the snake pit during the 32nd Annual Rattlesnake Festival. He started hunting rattlesnakes in 1957.
Bernice McGee stands at a memorial honoring her brother, Clarence “Gene”Wilson, placed outside offices of the Lawton Housing Authority at Southwest 6th and F Avenue. Wilson, chief legal counsel for the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Oklahoma City, died in the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building April 19, 1995. For years, McGee took charge of most of the memorial’s maintenance. Now, it’s her hope that the Housing Authority, the City of Lawton or possibly a unit from Fort Sill will s

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