FORT SILL, OK — Army trainees come from a wide spectrum of backgrounds. But it was still surprising for Capt. Steven Paez learned the previous occupation of Jimmy Legree: practice league player for the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.
LAS VEGAS, NV — It's already been a successful NFR for Southwest Oklahoma, with Comanche's Colt Gordon racking up nearly $19,500. But it was a Canadian cowboy who made an Apache bronc owner happy on Wednesday.
LAS VEGAS, NV — Comanche's Colt Gordon is participating in his first National Finals Rodeo, but the 22-year-old saddle bronc rider hasn't shown any nerves through the first few rounds
ATLANTA, GA — Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts and receiver CeeDee Lamb, along with Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard, will try to bring hardware back to Oklahoma tonight from the College Football Awards.
STERLING, OK — It was a special kind of homecoming Tuesday night as Lou Revel, a 1942 graduate of Sterling High School, traveled with her family from the Oklahoma City area to give the school a special gift: the letterman jacket she earned as a member of the first girls basketball team in school history.
LAS VEGAS, NV — Oklahoma has produced plenty of rodeo greats, and two riders from Southwest Oklahoma — separated in age by nearly four decades — have been garnering plenty of attention at their first National Finals this week.
LAWTON, OK — Thanks in part to a 22-point performance against Western New Mexico, Cameron guard Jordan Lewis earned Lone Star Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors on Monday.
LAS VEGAS, NV — While the National Finals Rodeo happens this time each year, the event's spot on the calendar is about the only thing that hasn't changed about the event or the city it's hosted in.
GERONIMO, OK — One year after falling in the respective title games of the Geronimo Dome Classic, the Duke girls and Snyder boys redeemed themselves on Saturday.
LAWTON, OK — Oklahoma is in the College Football Playoff for the fourth time. And for the third time, they face the No. 1 team. While there are plenty of things that would need to go right for Oklahoma, toppling mighty LSU isn't an impossible mission.
We hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends, perhaps sitting around talking about your bowling trials, tribulations, and successes and of course that one that got away.
Each year, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation proposes changes in Title 800, the administrative rules that govern hunting, fishing and Wildlife Department operations. The public comment period is now open for this year’s proposed rule changes.
SILVER CITY, N.M. – Led by sophomore Maighan Hedge’s 24 points, the Aggie women’s basketball team held off a late comeback bid by Western New Mexico on Saturday afternoon to earn their first Lone Star Conference win of the season.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Maury Tate, a stock contractor from Apache, could not have asked for a better start from his saddle bronc as the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo kicked off Thursday night.
DUNCAN — Cache will represent Southwest Oklahoma in the girls finals of the Southern Oklahoma Invitational as the Bulldogs beat Southeast to advance to tonight's championship game. Meanwhile, the Lawton High girls beat Capitol Hill for the team's first victory of the season.
LAWTON, OK — MacArthur and Lawton High hit the road for tournament play on Thursday, and while the LHS boys secured another impressive win, MacArthur wasn't able to generate the same comeback mojo that carried the Highlanders two nights before.
ELGIN, OK — Basketball season kicked off for two tradition-rich programs on Tuesday as MacArthur headed north on the H.E. Bailey Turnpike to face Elgin. A relative yawner was followed by a down-to-the-wire slugfest.
LAWTON, OK — There will be many Southwest Oklahoma rodeo fans heading to Las Vegas over the next 10 days or so to witness the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. For the stock contractors, it’s a different animal, pun intended. For them it’s a matter of loading up the trailer or truck and making the drive to Vegas.
LAWTON, OK —
Both teams start the season tonight at Elgin, with the girls at 6:30 p.m. and the boys immediately after. Both MacArthur teams are ranked in the Class 5A polls, with boys at No. 5 and the girls at No. 11. With plenty of returning talent, both have expectations of continuing to climb toward the top of Class 5A.
STILLWATER — There were two Heisman hopefuls featured Saturday night in the annual Bedlam football battle, but in reality there were five guys who put on just as good of a show: the Oklahoma offensive line.
LAWTON — The Cameron Aggies capture their first win of the 2019-20 season by way of a 16-point comeback to down the University of Central Oklahoma Bronchos; Tyler Williams season-high 19 points powered the Black and Gold comeback.
When Comanche’s Colt Gordon came to the Lawton Rangers Rodeo in early August, he was able to make a good ride and pocket a check for $849 and while that didn’t seem like much at the time, it’s just a matter of not getting greedy when trying to make history.
ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands — Oklahoma State’s women’s basketball team closed out the Paradise Jam on Saturday with a hard-fought 60-47 win over UT Arlington on Saturday afternoon.
LAWTON, OK — There are still a few bowling nights left in November but from the way it looks, the Goodtimes league, that meet on Thursday afternoons at Thunderbird Lanes, was the only league where Honors went in the books for the entire month.
WEATHERFORD — A light mist had steadily fallen on the faces of players and patrons from Tipton on Friday night.
By 9:45 p.m., that mist was replaced by the tears of a brokenhearted team, fanbase and town.
One thing that has been consistent during Oklahoma State’s four-game winning streak has been the slower pace of the offense and that will be a key factor this evening if the Cowboys are going to have any chance to beat Oklahoma in the annual Bedlam Battle.
LAWTON, OK — As if Oklahoma didn't already have enough to play for, Mike Gundy's comments regarding the Sooner offense could backfire for Oklahoma State in the annual Bedlam game.
LAWTON, OK — Cameron’s men’s basketball team will host old rival Central Oklahoma today at 3 p.m. at the Aggie Gym and the goal is to finish strong and get that elusive first victory of the season.
LAWTON, OK — For 20 minutes on Wednesday, the Cameron women stood toe-to-toe with a Southwestern Oklahoma State team who made last year's Division II national championship game, and didn't flinch. But after trailing by just two at halftime, the Aggies were unable to keep up with SWOSU, falling 92-67 in the team's home opener.
- Former employee pleads guilty to stealing over $23,000 from Lawton Communications
- 15th Transportation receives self-driving convoy vehicles
- City imposes time restrictions on campers using lake sites
- Lawton Axe Throwing readies to knock on wood and see what sticks
- SMA Grinston revisits place his Army career began
- Medical Examiner's report to be used against alleged killer
- Rift between District Attorney's office, judge affecting 190 open cases
- "As seen on TV" lands wanted man in jail
- Duncan man held for shooting due to disrespect in front of "homeboys"
- Inmate accused of gang-related assault that led to prison riot
- Wichita Mountains Classic
- Shine Community Fest
- Students light police department Christmas tree
- Cameron University Christmas tree lighting 2019
- Lawton Christmas Parade 2019
- Christmas 'elves' set up annual light display on Geronimo farm
- Learning Tree students celebrate Thanksgiving
- Gobble Wobble Turkey Run
- Christmas tree lit at Cameron University-Duncan campus
- Lawton Police Department Christmas tree decorated