Eisenhower High School softball will have a team meeting at the EHS softball field at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 1.

LAWTON, OK — A decision regarding high school sports was finally made on Friday. But that's not what the talk around the state has been.

OKLAHOMA CITY — After some apparent confusion, it was announced that high school sports can resume beginning June 1 with no OSSAA-imposed restrictions.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association announced its All-State rosters on Thursday, selecting several local players, as well as one local coach, to be part of the festivities.

LAWTON, OK — With warm weather and plenty of recent rainfall, the snakes are bound to come out.

LAWTON, OK — Motorsports return to Lawton on Saturday, as the Lawton Speedway opens back up for the first time in 2020.

LAWTON, OK — The Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association recognized the top seniors in the state with its annual All-State team announcement on Wednesday.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Sitt has signed a bill to protect children 12 years of age or younger from being placed in a state juvenile detention facility unless all alternatives have been exhausted and the child is charged with an offense that would be classified as a felony if committed by …

FORT SILL, OK — The Geronimo athletic department will hold a four-person scramble golf tournament at Fort Sill Golf Course on the second Monday of June.

LAWTON, OK — After being cooped up inside most of the spring, Oklahomans can enjoy the great outdoors at a number of local fishing holes.

LAWTON, OK — Seniors everywhere were robbed of many of the celebrations that come with the end of high school. The Oklahoma Bowling Centers Association wanted to make sure seniors who bowled in Oklahoma were properly recognized.

LAWTON, OK — Hunters will get more chances at antlerless deer this year, per a resolution passed by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission last week.

MARLOW, OK — Tracy Price claimed his first-career ace back in late April.

CACHE, OK — Ralph Fawaz was finally beginning to get the recognition and opportunities he believed he was going to get this past fall. But the COVID-19 pandemic threatened to throw another wrench into what had already been a stressful recruiting process for the Cache kicker/punter.

It’s Thursday evening, April 30th, here at the bowling column desk, a.k.a. my dining room table and I have some fantastic news to share with you bowling enthusiasts. The problem is that by the time you read this, you will already know. Nonetheless, I am happy to announce that at 9 o’clock to…

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — The Oklahoma Coaches Association recognized the best senior basketball players in the state on Wednesday as the OCA announced its selections for its annual All-State games, as well as its by-class All-Star team.

LAWTON, OK — Organized league bowling in Lawton ended (for now, anyway) back on March 17 when the Tuesday night His and Hers league decided to end its 2020 season amid COVID-19 outbreak.

LAWTON, OK — Rather than have end-of-season awards or tournaments, the youth bowling league season ended with a whimper.

Spring is a wonderful time to be an outdoors person, but Spring also has brings times that make heading out to fish, hunt or hike not as much fun. Then throw in the confinement that many of us are feeling due to the Covid-19 virus, and you may be experiencing a little “cabin fever.” If that’…

After years of debate and political fights, Oklahomans learned Friday when they will get to vote on a proposal to use state and federal funds to extend health-care coverage to 200,000 low-income residents.

LAWTON, OK — Although many teams didn't get to finish their seasons, the Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association still gave credit to players and coaches around the state with its annual all-region teams.

LAWTON, OK — Eisenhower forward Shawn Williams announced he will continue his basketball career in the junior college ranks.

LAWTON, OK — After the city of Lawton amended its initial ordinance, fishing will still be allowed at Lakes Lawtonka and Ellsworth.

LAWTON, OK — Leontaye McClennon will continue his basketball career close to home.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Friday a comprehensive hospital surge plan, which is designed to ensure Oklahoma is fully prepared to handle any surge in demand on the State’s hospital and health care systems as a result of COVID-19.

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