LAWTON, OK — The 2020 Capital Improvements Program will fund project described as quality of life issues.
LAWTON, OK — The 2020 Capital Improvements Program includes funding to address blight and the general appearance of the community.
LAWTON, OK — Local Girl Scouts put out their best recipes involving their vaunted cookies Saturday to set off excitement for the upcoming cookie sales.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Thirty-one outstanding Oklahoma mentors, including several from Southwest Oklahoma, are being recognized by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence and their community mentoring organizations during National Mentor Month in January.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe praised the Environmental Protection Agency’s release Thursday of the final Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule.
LAWTON, OK — Together Oklahoma has slated an event in Lawton Feb. 3 to help link residents to Gov. Kevin Stitt's annual State of the State address.
LAWTON, OK — Dual offerings of a Chisholm Trail Beef Improvement Conference will be held in Lawton Feb. 20 and Fairview Feb. 21, courtesy of the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service. Cost to register is $25 per person.
LAWTON, OK — Hundreds celebrate the life of a beloved Lawton law officer as he ended his 45 year shift. The life of Lawton Police Officer C.H. Brazzel was one filled with service and love for his hometown.
LAWTON, OK — Lawton Police Assistant Chief Rusty Wright ended 33 years of service with the department with a retirement reception Friday.
LAWTON, OK — A Lawton man received separate felony charges for drug distribution and domestic abuse Friday in Comanche County District Court.
LAWTON, OK — A restaurant employee fired for accusations of giving away free food was arrested Monday after he also was accused of assaulting a co-worker.
DUNCAN, OK — A 76-year-old Comanche woman is in critical condition following a Wednesday wreck blamed on her pulling in front of an oncoming pickup truck.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Among the many bills for the Oklahoma Legislature to consider this session is one that would bring attention to the problem of veteran suicides in the state.
At the Great Plains Technology Center Robotics Scrimmage from 3-5 p.m., Jan. 23, there were no self-aware, red eyed, laser shooting, “I’ll be back” talking, killer robots, but there were interesting robots, enthusiastic students and the right mixture of fun and learning.
FORT SILL, OK — The Rev. Willie B. Smith, pastor of Lawton's Bathlehem Baptist Church, calls education the emulsifier that will bring Americans together, just as egg yolk unites oil and water in his favorite sandwich spread, when he speaks at Fort Sill's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. luncheon Jan. 23, 2020.
FORT SILL — Staff Sgt. Robert J. Lawniczak, who has been Fort Sill's Career Counselor of the Year for three years running, missed getting the Sgt. Maj. Jerome Pionk Excellence in Retention Award by a mere three points at this year's Army-level competition.
BLAIR, OK — Four people received medical treatment following a Wednesday night wreck in Jackson County investigators blame on an improper turn.
DUNCAN, OK — A Mexican national accused of killing his wife in November 2016 has been extradited back to Stephens County to face his allegations.
LAWTON, OK — The Thursday edition of The Lawton Constitution perseveres despite a Wednesday evening fire that cleared the building for an hour-and-a-half.
On Jan. 14, local high school sophomores descended upon Great Plains Technology Center to find out what they love to do. From Jan. 14-16, approximately 1,500 students will visit the technology center, according to Joelle Jolly, Student Services Director, and half or more of those students will apply.
LAWTOn, OK — The life of late-lawman C.H. Brazzell is remembered for a legacy of compassion, integrity and humanity.
LAWTON, OK — awton police have made a pair of arrests in connection with a pair of violent incidents including for connection to the death of a 28-year-old woman considered the city’s second homicide victim of 2020.
LAWTON, OK — The one-time president of the national NAACP offered a brief history of race relations in the United States, then urged a Lawton audience to accept "our responsibility" to work together to solve problems.
In the last week, I have been to a wedding and a funeral, house hunted in a new state, met dozens of new friends, reconnected with folks I haven’t seen in more than a decade, and packed-repacked-unpacked so many times I’ve lost count.
Does it take your computer forever to start up? Do your programs take a long time to open? Does it seem like your mouse clicks a bit more slowly these days? If you are dealing with an agonizingly slow computer, don’t lose hope, there are steps you can take to make your old PC feel new again.
LAWTON, OK — A Friday night stabbing killed a 31-year-old prisoner at Lawton Correctional Facility, marking Lawton's first homicide of 2020. Within eight hours, a 28-year-old woman would be dead from a shooting.
Kids aren’t the only ones heading back to school. Many adults are also taking courses to pursue a new career or improve their current job skills. Fortunately, adult students may qualify for several tax breaks. Here are four possible options:
LAWTON, OK — The community came together to present insights into the historic 1963 March on Washington with school age children and take part in the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- Longtime law enforcement officer dies in single car accident
- Lawton records its first two homicides of 2020 within 8 hours
- Beloved Lawton Police officer remembered for his heart, humanity, service to community
- Drugs, domestic violence result in $150,000 total bond for Lawton man
- Two arrests made in violent weekend incidents
- Duo jailed for Monday afternoon armed robbery of bicyclist
- Free food leads to firing, firing leads to violence followed by foot pursuit and arrest
- School custodian accused of drug and alcohol-fueled sexual contact with young teen
- New south Lawton fire station almost ready to open
- Former Lawton priest accused of abuse