Jackson County Junior Livestock Show setup underway
Future Farmers of America Week in full swing
Altus Police investigate bomb threat at Long John Silver’s
Annual defense bill veto proof
New regulation decreases cost of outpatient medication
- Jackson County Junior Livestock Show setup underway - 8:25 pm updated: 8:44 pm.
- Future Farmers of America Week in full swing - 8:24 pm updated: 8:43 pm.
- Altus Police investigate bomb threat at Long John Silver’s - 8:23 pm updated: 8:44 pm.
- State House committee eyes concealed carry firearm rights - 3:51 pm
- Women’s basketball now has its own version of “Deflategate” - 3:50 pm
- Oklahoma House passes bill ending electric chair executions - 3:49 pm
- Pruitt OK’d as EPA chief over environmentalists’ objections - 3:49 pm
- Annual defense bill veto proof - 6:16 pm
- New regulation decreases cost of outpatient medication - 6:16 pm
- CBO seeks to remove concurrent recipients - 6:16 pm
- Avanlache of TRICARE changes - 6:15 pm
- Purple Heart medal not for sale - 6:15 pm updated: 8:38 pm.
- Salvation Army RISE class helps students get ahead - 2:26 pm
- Southwest Oklahoma agencies provide resources for dating violence - 10:10 am
- Navajo Public Schools menu for Feb. 20-24 - 8:49 pm
- Altus school menu for Feb. 20-24 - 5:55 pm
- Rotary Club gives Lego robotics to STEM program - 5:44 pm updated: 5:59 pm.
- Altus Public Schools calendar Feb. 20-25 - 5:43 pm
- Jackson County child pornography case among recent first appearances - 3:30 pm updated: 3:33 pm.
- Altus retail development underway, car wash being constructed - 3:29 pm updated: 3:36 pm.
- Tax disagreement prompts resignation from governor’s cabinet - 3:28 pm
- Council gains new members - 4:43 pm
- Pioneers run on state Capitol - 4:43 pm
- Pets of the Week - 4:43 pm
- Buchanan praises Pruitt for EPA chief - 4:40 pm
Avanlache of TRICARE changes
Updates in the news are provided for interested veterans, retirees and active duty service members.· Robbing Peter to pay Paul:The Jeff Miller an...
Purple Heart medal not for sale
Updates in the news are provided for interested veterans, retirees and active duty service members.· Purple Heart medal update:U.S. Rep. Paul Coo...
Salvation Army RISE class helps students get ahead
The Salvation Army began its Resource Inform Serve Elevate or RISE Initiative Getting Ahead workshop Thursday.The initiative began in 2014 with prelim...
Southwest Oklahoma agencies provide resources for dating violence
About 20 percent of high schools reported physical or sexual victimization from a dating partner in the Centers for Disease Control’s or CDCR...
Navajo Public Schools menu for Feb. 20-24
Each lunch is furnished with fruit and milkMondayNo SchoolTuesdayShredded pork, mashed potatoes with pork gravy, broccoli and rice casserole, rollWedn...
Hammonds, Oklahoma State stay hot with 71-68 win over TCU
FORT WORTH, Texas — Leyton Hammonds and the Oklahoma State Cowboys started their recovery from the school’s worst conference start in 37 y...
Bid for titles comes up short
When the last race was about to begin at the Class 5A State Championship swim meet, the announcer asked members of the crowd to get to their feet and ...
WOSC Pioneers win in Irving against North Lake College Blazers
The Western Oklahoma State College Pioneers (6-1) were preparing for their home games against the North Lake College Blazers (1-8) when a storm system...
Warriors tame Bulldogs
The Anadarko Warriors (18-4) hosted the Altus Bulldogs (5-14) in the first of Altus’ last two games of the regular season schedule.The Bulldogs ...
Swim teams depart for state
Just one year ago, the Altus High School men’s swimming team triumphed at the Class 5A State Championship swim meet for the second time in as ma...
Special bowlers fill lanes
Last summer, A League of Our Own’s inaugural event kicked off with a baseball tournament with 17 special needs children taking to the pre T-ball...
Remember Central Health Mart Pharmacy? It was at 301 N. Hudson St. where Martha’s Treasures stands today. Here is Don Rice, the owner, in front ...
Adlee Atwell of Warren celebrates her third birthday Dec. 29.Proud parents are James and Kayla Atwell of Warren.Grandparents are Sara Lemaster of Altu...
Church of Christ minister selected
Henry Holub was recently selected as the new minister at the Tamarack Road Church of Christ in Altus.He has been the youth minister at the church for ...
Athletic Loft set to close
For five and one-half years, people have gone to the Athletic Loft to get fit, but for many, the Loft was more than just a gym. It was also a place fo...
Take time for early watch prayer
In the morning, while it was still very dark, Jesus got up and went out to a deserted place, and there he prayed. — Mark 1:35One day Jesus was p...
Towing requirements, lighting illuminated
Is it legal to tow a car with a chain, rope or cable? The answer is no.Title 47 Oklahoma State Statue 12 Section 405.2.C of this statute sums it up br...
Now is the time for all to take a breath of fresh air
Sometimes our expectations can be quite different than the reality.I spent some time during my military service at the Marine Corps headquarters.It wa...
Peace still seems elusive for many, but necessary for all
One current issue that still confounds leaders is this persistent problem of terrorism.As one victim of an attack once said, “Why can’t we...
House bills are a mixed bag
This year’s Oklahoma legislative session is upon us, and it begins this week.At the beginning, the legislature is flooded with bills. Some are g...
‘Twitter war’ takes on a new meaning
With the stroke of a pen, the world begins to change. This is what I would have said in former years.These days another saying may be more appropriate...