LAWTON –  A 76,000 square-foot Mathis Brothers retail furnishings store will be built in Lawton with groundbreaking set for the first quarter of 2021, a company official confirmed. To be located at 4800 N. Cache Road, the Mathis Brothers store will be part of a new retail development totaling 200…
Effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic continue to slow Oklahoma’s economy as seen in September’s gross receipts report. Three of the state’s four major revenue streams were down last month, according to figures released by State Treasurer Randy McDaniel. Income from combined sales and use tax,…
LAWTON – Three of Cameron University’s student support programs – Student Support Services, Talent Search/Open Doors and Upward Bound – have received federal grants that will allow them to provide significant services through August 2021.  The programs identify students with potential for academic…
NORMAN – A mix of indoor and outdoor space, affordability and a big-city atmosphere make Norman one of the top U.S. suburbs, according to the real estate website Zillow and the crowd-sourced review site Yelp. Norman was ranked ninth in the companies’ new Cityness Index, which identified the U.S.…
ALTUS – The city of Altus has been one of the strongest enforcers of COVID-19 mandates since the pandemic first arrived seven months ago. So, it should not have been a surprise to see officials try to get ahead of any false rumors that go against the city’s actions. On Monday Altus Mayor Jack…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Continental Resources Inc. will announce results for the third quarter of 2020 on Nov. 5, after trading closes on the New York Stock Exchange. A conference call to discuss the results is scheduled for 10 a.m. Eastern (9 a.m. Central) Nov. 6. Those who wish to the call may do so at…
LAWTON – When it comes to complying with the city’s mask mandate in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, Lawton City Mayor Stan Booker is pleased with how the community has responded. This, in light of a new statewide health report detailing COVID-19 cases in the state of Oklahoma…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Seven months after the coronavirus stifled the economy and social activity throughout Oklahoma – and after Governor Stitt and President Trump were infected with COVID-19 – mask mandates are still generating controversy. Lawton’s mayor and a city councilman have been targeted for…
LAWTON – Pam Carter was not happy. When the Lawton resident got up to speak in front of the City Council on Tuesday, she wanted to let the group know exactly what she thought of them and it wasn’t pleasant.  “We voted for you to protect our God-given constitutional rights, not our health. You are…
LAWTON – Pam Carter was not happy. When the Lawton resident got up to speak in front of the City Council on Tuesday, she wanted to let the group know exactly what she thought of them and it wasn’t pleasant. “We voted for you to protect our God-given constitutional rights, not our health. You are…
LAWTON – Back in the 1960s, the local funeral director could operate an ambulance service with the help of a couple of high school students. Not anymore. Running an emergency medical service today requires highly trained medical professionals and vehicles equipped with expensive gear, Kirk’s EMS…
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LAWTON – When it comes to complying with the city’s mask mandate in the midst of the ongoing COVID-…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Seven months after the coronavirus stifled the economy and social activity…
LAWTON –  A 76,000 square-foot Mathis Brothers retail furnishings store will be built in Lawton with groundbreaking set for the first quarter of 2021, a company official confirmed.

Effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic continue to slow Oklahoma’s economy as seen in September’s gross receipts report.

LAWTON – Three of Cameron University’s student support programs – Student Support Services, Talent Search/Open Doors and Upward Bound – have received federal grants that will allow them to provide significant services through August 2021.

NORMAN – A mix of indoor and outdoor space, affordability and a big-city atmosphere make Norman one of the top U.S. suburbs, according to the real estate website Zillow and the crowd-sourced review site Yelp.

MEDICINE PARK - Just over the hill, also known as Big Rock, from Edward E. Hilliary, Jr.’s office, is a small historic town full of boyhood memories.

CHICKASHA – Technology probably wasn’t a buzzword in 1907, as Oklahoma was shedding its status as a territory and officially becoming the 46th state of the United States.

CHICKASHA - It’s what didn’t happen that actually launched Steve LaForge’s real estate career.

In the few days left leading up to the November 3rd general election, it is important that this newspaper make it perfectly clear that when it comes to Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District race that Republican Stephanie Bice is the right choice over incumbent Democrat Kendra Horn.

In the coming weeks, Lawtonians will face a serious issue: continue down a path of progress towards a brighter future, or yield power to a small, merry band of misfits who will stop at nothing to pervert our democracy.

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt across the community. We have joined all municipalities across the Nation in navigating a crisis unlike we have ever seen before – a crisis that has affected our economy and tested our spirits, even altering our everyday way of life.