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LAWTON, OK — Robin Muse, a fifth-grade social studies teacher at Cache 5th and 6th Grade Center, was one of 34 teachers who attended Colonial Williamsburg this summer.

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A car accident led to the closure of the two northbound lanes of North Sheridan Road near Walmart 10:30 a.m. on Monday, involving a Ford F-150 truck and a Volkswagen. Failure to yield was cause of the accident, according to Andrew Grubbs, public information officer at Lawton Police Departmen…

A fishing tournament was held at Fort Sill Recreation Area Saturday during the Back to School Bash. Winning anglers were first place: Travis Parker, with a bag weight of 20 lbs 2 oz. Parker also had the biggest catch of the day weighing in at 5 lbs 2 oz. Second place went Cody Dodd and Josh …

CENTENARIANS OF OKLAHOMA honored Lawton resident Evelyn Mae May on her 100th birthday celebration and inducted her into the Centenarians of Oklahoma Hall of Fame. May worked as a homemaker, a Certified Nursing Assistant and in the Texas Panhandle School District where she received a 10-year …

Firefighters spray water in the roof of an apartment fire at 2203 NW Hoover early Monday evening. At least two units were damaged by the blaze. See Tuesday's edition of The Lawton Constitution for more information.

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A day after Oklahoma assistant head football coach Cale Gundy announced his resignation, the school said Gundy uttered what it called a racially charged word multiple times during a film session last week. Gundy had been with the program as an assistant since 1999. He announced his resignation Sunday in a social media post, and the school confirmed it with a statement shortly thereafter. Oklahoma sent out another statement on Monday giving more details about the incident. Read more