12:10 To The Top
After graduating from Eisenhower High, Deavours moved to Denton, Texas, where she worked her way up to manager of a small bank that was acquired by Wells Fargo.
“There is no way this is right. This has to be wrong,” exclaimed Spencer Brown, founder of Sanctuary 212, an initiative to help the homeless students of Lawton Public Schools.
“There’s something that happens every single day in my classroom that tells me I made the right decision and I’m where I should be,” Lawton Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year Ashley Ghrayyeb said.
Mountain Park’s population has hovered around 400 for more than a century; Mayor Adam Ney and a handful of townspeople are striving to build stronger community connections to help expand the town a
12:10 to the Top: Zack McGill, Engineering Manager HSI Sensing and President of Chickasha Public Schools Board of Education
Aside from being the engineering manager at HSI Sensing, the Chickasha-based company that manufactures custom-made sensors and components for the medical, oil/gas, and aerospace industries, Zack Mc
Joining Congressman Tom Cole’s Lawton office in January 2019, Scott Chance, field representative and campaign manager for the congressman, began working with the community “to get feedback on issue
12:10 to the Top: Amanda Nuñez United Director The Salvation Army's Boys and Girls Club of Lawton- Fort Sill
When The Salvation Army’s Boys and Girls Club of Lawton-Fort Sill temporarily shut its doors in an effort to help reduce the spreading of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, Amanda Nuñez and her team
Helping the community stay connected, Tiffany Martinez Vrska, the City of Lawton’s first Community Relations Director, relays information between city officials and citizens while overseeing public