FORT SILL, OK — Maj. Gen. Michael C. Thompson, adjutant general for the state of Oklahoma, donned World War II-style "pinks and greens" to highlight sacrifices made by Oklahoma National Guardsmen for the 383rd birthday of the National Guard Dec. 13, 2019. Read more
- 15th Transportation receives self-driving convoy vehicles
- Lawton Axe Throwing readies to knock on wood and see what sticks
- Four hospitalized, interstate closed five hours for wreck blamed on wildlife on roadway
- Fort Sill MWR gets permanent director
- City imposes time restrictions on campers using lake sites
- Former employee pleads guilty to stealing over $23,000 from Lawton Communications
- Medical Examiner's report to be used against alleged killer
- Inmate accused of gang-related assault that led to prison riot
- Duncan man held for shooting due to disrespect in front of "homeboys"
- Rift between District Attorney's office, judge affecting 190 open cases
- Wichita Mountains Classic
- Shine Community Fest
- Salvation Army Christmas giveaway
- Students light police department Christmas tree
- Christmas 'elves' set up annual light display on Geronimo farm
- Cameron University Christmas tree lighting 2019
- Christmas tree lit at Cameron University-Duncan campus
- Lawton Christmas Parade 2019
- Learning Tree students celebrate Thanksgiving
- Gobble Wobble Turkey Run
MEDICINE PARK, OK — The Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center will host a grand opening today of its new Quail Encounter exhibit. The exhibit is sponsored by the Arvest Foundation.
Melba, an 8-month-old female hound mix, is among the dogs and cats available for adoption at Lawton Animal Shelter, 2104 SW 6th. Residents who want to meet Melba and her furry companions may visit the shelter during normal operating hours: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday throu…
FORT SILL, OK — Once a lowly private tramping through basic and advanced individual training on Fort Sill's east side, later a drill sergeant in his old outfit, the Army's senior enlisted man returned to his old stomping grounds Dec. 6 to see how things have changed.