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Extreme heat forecast results in restrictions on Refuge lands

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge (Refuge) is experiencing extreme heat with temperatures in excess of 100 degrees, which is expected to continue. more

Fellow Oklahoman retraces Great Western Trail with team of horses and wagon

At 78, Oklahoman Lou Shuman is retracing the Great Western Trail with a team of horses and a wagon. more

97TH AMW command chief shares Purple Heart story, leadership lessons

ALTUS AIR FORCE BASE,OK — The smell of phosphorus and the sounds of screaming woke Staff Sgt. Cesar Flores from unconsciousness after his Security Forces convoy was hit with an improvised explosive device near Camp Bucca, Iraq, June 15, 2007. more

Two Jackson County senior athletes place nationally

Two Jackson County men in their sixties competed and placed in May in south Florida at the National Senior Games. more

Jackson County EMS stabilizes, outlook optimistic

ALTUS, OK — Jackson County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) appears to be stabilizing after six months of being under the supervision of the City of Altus. more

Altus fifth grade archers place 2nd, 5th in World

ALTUS, OK — Altus claims three world-class fifth grade archers, who competed at World in the NASP Open Championship, June 23-25 in Louisville, KY. more

Two suspects charged in double murder

ALTUS, OK — Two charges of First Degree Murder were filed against Dawan Brown, 18, Mangum, and Ashton Curtis Parker, 16, Altus, in the fatal shooting of Steven Jackson, 18, and Deago Edwards, 16. more

Pep Squeakers raise over $2,500 in benefit

ALTUS, OK — The Pep Squeaker cheer event held this morning at the Altus City Gym was a rousing success. more

Foster parent training to be held at Martha Road Baptist

ALTUS, OK — Martha Road Baptist Church will offer DHS-approved foster parent training during its annual Vacation Bible School Week. more

Miss Altus Org. honored, candidates take the runway at state event

ALTUS, OK — Altus was well represented at the Miss Oklahoma Competition held June 6-11 in Tulsa. more

Altus Rotary Grant to benefit Expo’s kitchen

ALTUS, OK — The Altus Rotary Club has been actively involved in the community for over 100 years. more

Senate Notes

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — We convened in a special legislative session June 13-17, to approve more American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for a slate of projects recommended by the Joint Committee on Pandemic Relief Funding. Our state received nearly $1.9 billion in ARPA dollars as part of a stimulus package approved by Congress during the COVID-19 pandemic. more

Holiday weekend turns into adrenaline boost for Fort Sill EOD team

FORT SILL, OK — He was in the shower and had just started washing his hair June 21 when his duty phone began the familiar “buzz” of an incoming call. The phone only rings under specific circumstances and for Staff Sgt. Joshua Tapper that meant his bomb squad was needed. more

Leadership Oklahoma rappels down Fort Sill tower

FORT SILL — Up and coming leaders from across Oklahoma spent two days on Fort Sill learning what it takes to be a Soldier in today’s Army, June 17 -18, 2022. more

New jobs are on the horizon in Altus community

ALTUS, OK — An encouraging report on job growth was given to the Altus City Council by Rodger Kerr, economic development coordinator. more

Shots fired, two bodies found

ALTUS, OK — The remains of two young men were found Saturday afternoon, following discovery by law officers. more
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