(COURTESY PHOTO) Brothers Phillip, left, and Marshall Cabe died in an airplane crash on Monday as they were preparing to experience skydiving in Hawaii.
Brothers Marshall and Phillip Cabe of Lawton had been looking forward to their summer trip to Hawaii, to visit family, take in the sights and "experience different things," like scuba diving and parachuting.
Rafael Lopez was honored with the Glenn Dosser Award at Eisenhower High School's annual scholarship and awards ceremony Tuesday morning. The award, named for a former principal, is the highest award given at the school. Lopez is a senior JROTC student with high math and science GPAs.
(COURTESY PHOTO) Among the over 4,500 visitors to last year’s Artesian Arts Festival found a day filled with free family activities centered around the arts in downtown Sulphur. This year’s festival will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday.
SULPHUR - The art of Native Americans will be the focal point for this weekend's Artesian Arts Festival with an array of family activities, food, fun, music and art in the downtown area.
The Lawton/Fort Sill Juneteenth Committee is working on plans for this year’s celebration and activities. Some of these committee members, from back, are Delores Raphel, Alicia Mitchell, Barbara Ellis, Chick Ellis, Arlie W. Hampton, U. Lisa Williams, Catherine Gray-Patton and Katisha Wiley.
The Lawton-Fort Sill Citywide Juneteenth Celebration is set June 18, and organizers are looking for both participants and supporters. 
Line crews work to repair broken power poles and snapped lines to restore electricity in the downtown Duncan area after a powerful early morning storm.
Storms roared across Southwest Oklahoma again Sunday night and Monday morning, cutting off power to thousands of customers, dismembering trees, filling streets and creeks, and carrying off barns and other buildings.
From left: Great Plains Technology Center students Kavis Murry, Don Bridges, Tony Battle and Valorie Carman wrapped up the school year with another national title from the Business Professionals of America. The team created a short 3D animated film that claimed the top prize, marking GPTC animation students' second consecutive national title and their third in the last four years.
Four area high school students at Great Plains Technology Center were recently recognized nationally for their outstanding digital creativity, adding to the track record for Instructor Jeremy Wright's 3D animation program.
(COURTESY PHOTO) Brothers Phillip, left, and Marshall Cabe died in an airplane crash on Monday as they were preparing to experience skydiving in Hawaii.
(COURTESY PHOTO) Among the over 4,500 visitors to last year’s Artesian Arts Festival found a day filled with free family activities centered around the arts in downtown Sulphur. This year’s festival will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Lawton/Fort Sill Juneteenth Committee is working on plans for this year’s celebration and activities. Some of these committee members, from back, are Delores Raphel, Alicia Mitchell, Barbara Ellis, Chick Ellis, Arlie W. Hampton, U. Lisa Williams, Catherine Gray-Patton and Katisha Wiley.
Line crews work to repair broken power poles and snapped lines to restore electricity in the downtown Duncan area after a powerful early morning storm.
From left: Great Plains Technology Center students Kavis Murry, Don Bridges, Tony Battle and Valorie Carman wrapped up the school year with another national title from the Business Professionals of America. The team created a short 3D animated film that claimed the top prize, marking GPTC animation students' second consecutive national title and their third in the last four years.

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(COURTESY PHOTO) Among the over 4,500 visitors to last year’s Artesian Arts Festival found a day filled with free family activities centered around the arts in downtown Sulphur. This year’s festival will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday.

SULPHUR - The art of Native Americans will be the focal point for this weekend's Artesian Arts Festival with an array of family activities, food, fun, music and art in the downtown area.

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