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Law officers chase suspect at high speeds

Aaron Russell Miller, 31, was taken into custody Monday at around 8:30 p.m., after leading Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Altus Police and Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies on a high-speed vehicle pursuit through Altus. more

Giant letter projects will welcome visitors to ALTUS

The Altus Rotary Club is partnering with the city of Altus and creating a fund raising drive for a project which will have a highly visible presence on the edge of town. more

Member to return to vacant council seat

Patricia Blackman will return to her seat on the Altus City Council, following a majority decision by the council of March 1. more

City Code: nothing passed, nothing changed by council

A large number of people were present for a public hearing at the Altus City Council meeting on March 1.   Many of those present were interested in the latest stage of the crash pad … more

City Council passes on prohibiting no-knock warrants

An agenda item prohibiting no-knock warrants was not approved at the March 1 Altus City Council meeting. more

Lady Indians toppled in first round of State

The Navajo Lady Indians fell to the Caddo Lady Bruins 50-39 in the first round of the State Tournament. more

Curtains to open on “Newsies” this week

The three-months-delayed and much anticipated AHS All School Production of "Newsies" will be performed Thursday and Friday, March 3-4 at 7 p.m. nightly, at the Eula B. Peterson Auditorium. $10 at the door. more

County officials settle into new premises

Change of guard in RSVP leadership

Kelly Baker retired as director of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program(RSVP). more

Senator Jim Inhofe announces retirement after decades at Capitol

Sen. Jim Inhofe is sending a letter to the Honorable Brian Bingman, Oklahoma Secretary of State, announcing he will retire from the United States Senate effective January 3, 2023. more

Courthouse tax collecting 150K/month average

Tax collections for the courthouse renovation project yielded $148,314.20, deposited in February, reads a report by Jackson County Treasurer Robin Fleming. more

Speaker on Disabilities Day at Capitol has roots in Altus community

Christian Roe, a 22-year-old sophomore at the University of Oklahoma, will speak on Tuesday, March 8 at the Oklahoma State Capitol at the gathering for People with Disabilities Day more

Navajo students win cash prizes

Aubrey Haught and Taylor Smith of Navajo High School competed in the Youth Tour Essay and Speech Contest sponsored by Southwest Rural Electric (SWRE) Association.They were selected as finalists, … more

Local vets, spouses targeted by job fair

A job fair will be held Thursday, March 10 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., targeted to employ veterans and military spouses.The sponsoring entity is the Military Spouse Employment Initiative (MSEI). The job … more

Free pet vaccine event hosted Saturday

Afree PET vaccine event will take place on Saturday, March 5 from 9a.m. to 1p.m.at 2208 Enterprise Drive,theAltusAnimal Shelter. The Altus Animal Welfare Association (AAWA) is partnering with … more

Another Fixico Joins the Alumni Association

ALTUS, OK — Being a lifetime member of the Western Oklahoma State College (WOSC) Alumni Association has become tradition for the Fixico family.  more

Volunteers noted for thousands of hours of service in area

ALTUS, OK — Two local volunteers were honored Thursday, Feb. 17 for their dedication and thousands of hours of service. more
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