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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nation's response to the coronavirus is among the good things in Washington this year, but that balances against the ugly of a presidential impeachment, Congressman Tom Cole said.

LAWTON, OK — Failure to yield at an intersection is blamed for a T-bone wreck west of Lawton that hospitalized one man in critical condition and a woman in serious condition. 

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LAWTON, OK —In honor of Ralphie the dog's seventh birthday on Jan. 31st, students began collecting donations for Lawton Animal Welfare (LAW). Yesterday, the donations were presented to LAW. The dog goodies included 33 bags of dog treats, 16 flea/tick treatments, 12 leashes, an air freshener, 17 toys, 2 dog sweaters, and a 50 lb. bag of dog food.

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FORT SILL, OK — For Maj. Gen. Wilson Shoffner's last Green Tab physical training event before the commander of the Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill retires, the FCoE Headquarters Detachment put together "Hard Knox" in tribute to a game-changing event from the American Revolution.

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FORT SILL, OK — Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Troy E. Black gives a young Marine artilleryman at Fort Sill his reason for staying in the Corps for 32 years -- other Marines.

LAWTON, OK — A man was charged with stealing copper from his former boss and according to police, he was caught "copper-handed" at a Lawton casino. 

LAWTON, OK — The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB) will host a teacher-training workshop on March 7 at Lawton MacArthur High School. 

RYAN, OK — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported that a 67 year old Ryan man died after a Thursday morning collision with a car.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — A pair from Caddo County were federally indicted Wednesday for allegations of conspiring to distribute a large amount of methamphetamine.

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LAWTON, OK — Visitors are staying longer at the Holy City in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge now that the restrooms have been renovated.

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FORT SILL, OK — Effective at 5 a.m. Feb. 20, 2020, changes will be made at Bentley Gate on Sheridan Road and Key Gate West to ease traffic congestion while the AIE3 Pedestal self-scanning test program is in progress.

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LAWTON, OK — A power outage caused a bit of chaos in north Lawton Tuesday afternoon after about 1,400 customers lost power for a short time, including knocking out power to a stop light at a busy intersection near Central Middle School that caused a calamitous wreck

The winners of the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award, which will be presented during the university’s homecoming festivities on Feb. 22 in the McCasland Ballroom, are Lisa Carson, George Charlson and retired Lt. Col. Mike Sloniker.

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WMWR, OK — Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge will do prescribed burns today, Feb. 19, to take advantage of a brief window of opportunity. Slightly more than 300 acres in an area from Lost Lake to the Prairie Dog Town will be burned. Oklahoma 49 will be closed only if necessary.

LAWTON, OK — The Comanche Little Ponies will discuss several matters at monthly meet Thursday night. 

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LAWTON, OK — The Lawton Economic Development Corporation announced plans Monday to buy the Fairmont Creamery to convert it to a technology park for defense contractors.

SNYDER, OK — A 55-year-old Snyder woman died Sunday following a Jackson County crash into the end of a guardrail.

LAWTON, OK — The City of Lawton has been selected as a Gold Award Winner of the 2020 Oklahoma/Arkansas Chapter of the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) Awards for work completed on Southeast 45th Street.

LAWTON, OK — Cameron University Department of Education will host an informational presentation Feb. 24 on the various pathways to teacher certification during CU Become A Teacher.

SAN DIEGO — Aviation Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Stephanie Peterson, a Lawton, Okla., native and graduate of Eisenhower High School, helps take a fellow Oklahoman serving as an Assistant Secretary of the Navy on tour of her ship.