OKLAHOMA CITY – Shaun Michael Bosse of Blanchard is seeking to have his three murder convictions in McClain County overturned in light of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling this year in the McGirt case. A McClain County jury convicted Bosse of killing a single mother and her two young children at their…
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. WHAT ACTION MERITS THE UNDOING OF AN ELECTION? Jay Burk was just re-elected,…
OKLAHOMA CITY – State lawmakers need more data and oversight tools to develop anti-discrimination polices, a state Senate committee was told during a recent interim hearing. Hosted by state Senator George Young, D-Oklahoma City, the interim hearings examined the idea of forming a commission to…
Frederick school principals Janice Crume and Kay Cabaniss appreciate the challenging work educators have completed the past several years, helping their elementary-age students close the academic gap that previously existed. Frederick Elementary, which includes pre-K through second grade students…
OKLAHOMA CITY — For two hours Sept. 23, members of the state House of Representatives’ Education Committee heard why PlayDoh, paper airplanes and Settlers of Catan need to make a comeback in Oklahoma classrooms. “Anyone who has talked to me over the past year has most likely heard about ‘play-…
LAWTON – More than 30 nonprofits are reaping benefits from the generosity of Legend Driven Auto Group. Legend Driven is helping the charities raise money during the COVID-19 pandemic that has dried up most revenue-generating events. The nonprofits, which include schools, churches, the Boys &…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Citing a need to hire more school counselors to help address the lasting impacts of COVID-19, the state board of education unanimously approved a $3.2 billion budget proposal for fiscal year 2022 Thursday. The proposal calls for $191 million more than what public education received…
ALTUS – Municipal Judge John M. Wampler issued a judicial order last week that will restore the court to its regular procedures and processes beginning in November. The order comes more than two months after he initially set aside several court procedures and services to prevent the spread of COVID…
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) – Landlords are going to courts around the country, claiming that a national eviction moratorium unfairly strains their finances and infringes on their rights as property owners. At least 25 such lawsuits have been filed, including federal challenges of President Donald Trump’s…
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Nearly 4 million financially troubled Americans were able to stay in their homes because of federal forbearance. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released its second quarter 2020 Foreclosure Prevention and Refinance Report on September 24. The report showed that Fannie…
NEW YORK (AP) – First it was toilet paper. Disinfectant wipes. Canned beans. Coins. Computers. Now, desks are in short supply. The slew of kids attending virtual school has parents scrambling to find furniture for them even as workers realize they’re home for the long haul and need to update their…
Lawton’s annual Open Streets event has been changed this year to accommodate safety requirements…
LAWTON – Firehouse Subs restaurant in Lawton recently raised $350 for the Lawton Police Department…
Apache Casino Hotel in Lawton is extending its hours to give customers more time to enjoy the…
OKLAHOMA CITY – Shaun Michael Bosse of Blanchard is seeking to have his three murder convictions in McClain County overturned in light of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling this year in the McGirt case.

OKLAHOMA CITY – State lawmakers need more data and oversight tools to develop anti-discrimination polices, a state Senate committee was told during a recent interim hearing.

Frederick school principals Janice Crume and Kay Cabaniss appreciate the challenging work educators have completed the past several years, helping their elementary-age students close the academic gap that previously existed.

OKLAHOMA CITY — For two hours Sept. 23, members of the state House of Representatives’ Education Committee heard why PlayDoh, paper airplanes and Settlers of Catan need to make a comeback in Oklahoma classrooms.

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 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.

WHAT ACTION MERITS THE UNDOING OF AN ELECTION?

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.

New focus for campaign: Will Biden or Trump keep you safer?