OKLAHOMA CITY — In light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is asking the state Court of Criminal Appeals for extra guidance regarding Indigenous inmates. On Monday, Hunter announced his office is filing a brief with the court, asking for clarification on how…
LAWTON - Author, speaker and commentator Tom Basile will be the keynote speaker for Southwest Oklahoma Republican Women’s 11th annual Beans and Baskets fundraiser at Altus’ Martha Road Baptist Church, 20388 E. County Road 158. Basile worked on the Bush-Cheney 2000 campaign was later part of the…
Mr. Navejas, you keep alleging Southwest Ledger’s articles written about you and your cohorts are “fake news,” but do you understand the expression? President Trump made the moniker popular as a way to challenge credibility of select media outlets. The phrase gained momentum as more and more…
812 W. Gore Blvd. Ross Hankins Insurance was issued a building permit on July 29 for a new sign, valued at $1,250. 1235 S.W. Sheridan Rd. On July 29, a permit was issued to Gangsters of Glass for a new sign, costing $2,797. 6215 N.W. Cache Rd. Derek Bryant’s Masonry was issued a building permit…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross receipts to the state Treasury jumped by more than 25% in July, primarily because of the delayed income tax filing deadline, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced Wednesday. July receipts from all sources totaled $1.43 billion and exceeded collections from July 2019 by 27.…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Each year, millions of dollars in life insurance benefits go unclaimed by beneficiaries who can’t find their deceased loved ones’ policies or, in some cases, may not even know the policies exist. Since 2016 the Life Insurance Policy Locator launched by the Oklahoma Insurance…
NEW YORK (AP) – Lord & Taylor is seeking bankruptcy protection, as is the owner of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, lengthening the list of major retail chains that have faltered in the pandemic. Household retail names, many longtime anchors in malls nationwide, were already struggling to…
LAWTON – The Lawton Athletic Foundation envisions providing supplemental funding to the three high schools in Lawton and to develop a scholarship program for Lawton athletes. Those plans received a boost recently with a $5,000 donation from the Arvest Foundation. The donation was announced at…
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Continental Resources Inc. (CLR) on Monday reported a second-quarter loss of $239.3 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The Oklahoma City-based company said it had a loss of 66 cents per share. Losses, adjusted for non-recurring gains, were 71…
Recently stepping into the new role as Fire Support Coordinator for the 45th Artillery Brigade, Captain Cody Dupler, of the Oklahoma Army National Guard, understands the importance of leadership on a greater scale. “For me, as Battery Commander for B Battery 1-158 FA, every day I was in front of…
CARNEGIE — Impeachment proceedings against Kiowa Chairman Matthew Komalty are on hold due to a temporary restraining order issued by the Court of Indian Offenses. Judge Shannon Edwards recently granted Komalty’s request for a restraining order, citing questions over whether the proceedings would…
OKLAHOMA CITY – The State of Oklahoma collected more than $5 million in July from the medical…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Construction and installation of a new roof for Roosevelt’s downtown “Bronco” water…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Funding for city and county roads and bridges, and “responsibilities and powers” of…
OKLAHOMA CITY — In light of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is asking the state Court of Criminal Appeals for extra guidance regarding Indigenous inmates.

LAWTON - Author, speaker and commentator Tom Basile will be the keynote speaker for Southwest Oklahoma Republican Women’s 11th annual Beans and Baskets fundraiser at Altus’ Martha Road Baptist Church, 20388 E. County Road 158.

812 W. Gore Blvd. Ross Hankins Insurance was issued a building permit on July 29 for a new sign, valued at $1,250.

1235 S.W. Sheridan Rd. On July 29, a permit was issued to Gangsters of Glass for a new sign, costing $2,797.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross receipts to the state Treasury jumped by more than 25% in July, primarily because of the delayed income tax filing deadline, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced Wednesday.

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.

Mr. Navejas, you keep alleging Southwest Ledger’s articles written about you and your cohorts are “fake news,” but do you understand the expression?

In a seemingly sudden about-face last week, President Trump tweeted a photo of himself wearing a mask with the caption: “We are United in our effort to defeat the Invisible China Virus, and many people say that it is Patriotic to wear a face mask...

The hallowed halls of our government lay under siege from a far-right cult led by a self-proclaimed apostle and a handful of loosely assembled, related fringe groups.