Fans show support for the Bulldogs


AnnaLisa Hernandez, owner of the Taqueria Hernandez on the southwest corner of the downtown Altus square, is shown decorating their business in support of the Altus Bulldogs. One side of the business says “Go Bulldogs, Take State”, and the other side says “We Love The Bulldogs”. The Altus Bulldogs earned the right to play for the State Championship after beating Bishop McGuinness in the semi-finals Monday night, 49-35. The title game will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Yukon’s High School football field. The address for the field is 1777 S. Parkway. The gates at Yukon will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Tickets are $7 at the stadium in Yukon or they can be purchased early online at OSSAA.com. The Bulldogs will face Collinsville to see who is the best in Class 5A. See more shows of support for the Bulldogs on pages 8 and 9 of today’s edition, and on the Altus Times website and Facebook page.


AnnaLisa Hernandez, owner of the Taqueria Hernandez on the southwest corner of the downtown Altus square, is shown decorating their business in support of the Altus Bulldogs. One side of the business says “Go Bulldogs, Take State”, and the other side says “We Love The Bulldogs”. The Altus Bulldogs earned the right to play for the State Championship after beating Bishop McGuinness in the semi-finals Monday night, 49-35.

The title game will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Yukon’s High School football field. The address for the field is 1777 S. Parkway. The gates at Yukon will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Tickets are $7 at the stadium in Yukon or they can be purchased early online at OSSAA.com. The Bulldogs will face Collinsville to see who is the best in Class 5A.

See more shows of support for the Bulldogs on pages 8 and 9 of today’s edition, and on the Altus Times website and Facebook page.

AnnaLisa Hernandez, owner of the Taqueria Hernandez on the southwest corner of the downtown Altus square, is shown decorating their business in support of the Altus Bulldogs. One side of the business says “Go Bulldogs, Take State”, and the other side says “We Love The Bulldogs”. The Altus Bulldogs earned the right to play for the State Championship after beating Bishop McGuinness in the semi-finals Monday night, 49-35. The title game will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Yukon’s High School football field. The address for the field is 1777 S. Parkway. The gates at Yukon will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Tickets are $7 at the stadium in Yukon or they can be purchased early online at OSSAA.com. The Bulldogs will face Collinsville to see who is the best in Class 5A. See more shows of support for the Bulldogs on pages 8 and 9 of today’s edition, and on the Altus Times website and Facebook page.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_BulldogSign.jpgAnnaLisa Hernandez, owner of the Taqueria Hernandez on the southwest corner of the downtown Altus square, is shown decorating their business in support of the Altus Bulldogs. One side of the business says “Go Bulldogs, Take State”, and the other side says “We Love The Bulldogs”. The Altus Bulldogs earned the right to play for the State Championship after beating Bishop McGuinness in the semi-finals Monday night, 49-35. The title game will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Yukon’s High School football field. The address for the field is 1777 S. Parkway. The gates at Yukon will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Tickets are $7 at the stadium in Yukon or they can be purchased early online at OSSAA.com. The Bulldogs will face Collinsville to see who is the best in Class 5A. See more shows of support for the Bulldogs on pages 8 and 9 of today’s edition, and on the Altus Times website and Facebook page.
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