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City of Altus employee honored at Making It Work Day

ALTUS, OK — Elizabeth Moncada, a city of Altus employee, recently received the Outstanding Business and Industry Partner Award from the Oklahoma Career and Technical Education Equity Council. more

Police probe two weekend shootings

ALTUS, OK — Altus Police are investigating two separate shootings that were reported over the weekend. more

Senate Notes

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — While we were still busy this past week, it was nice to take a breather from April’s last legislative deadline and focus on some of our additional responsibilities here in the Senate. One of our duties is to approve executive nominations, which are Oklahomans the governor has appointed to our state’s numerous boards and commissions. more

Blair farmers recognized for high cotton yields

BLAIR, OK — Jason and Lacee Wallace and Kelby and Macie Wallace with Wallace Brothers were recognized for their high cotton yields as part of BASF’s Stoneville® Legacy Club™. more

Southwest Enterprises hosts fund raiser

Southwest Enterprises, an employment and activity program for adults with disabilities, is in the midst of a fund raiser. more

NCO credits training for saving child

FORT SILL, OK — After a frantic knock on his door, training and quick thinking by a noncommissioned officer prevented tragedy for his Fort Sill neighbor. more

Single parents of basic training battalion speak about their experiences of being a parent, a soldier, and the relationship within formation

FORT SILL, OK — Being a drill sergeant in the Army can be a hard but rewarding experience. Community usually can see just one part of it – when the newest soldiers graduate Basic Combat Training (BCT), standing tall and proud in the formation behind their drill sergeant at the graduation ceremony. more

Altus junior archers head for nationals in Kentucky

ALTUS, OK — Altus is going to national archery competition next week. more

Altus High School Baccalaureate Set for May 15

ALTUS, OK — The Jackson County Ministerial Alliance is sponsoring the annual Altus High School Baccalaureate Service at the Eula B. Peterson Auditorium on May 15 at 3 p.m. more

Navajo art students win bookmark contest

NAVAJO, OK — Kya Funkhouser and Jayla Smith, art students at Navajo Elementary, were selected as winners of the 2021-22 Oklahoma Alliance for Arts Education Bookmark design contest. more

Navajo fourth grader’s winning artwork recognized

NAVAJO, OK — David Doss, a fourth grader at Navajo Elementary was selected as a winner of the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board’s Well Site Safety Day Poster Contest. more

Olustee-Eldorado takes second place in Esports

OLUSTEE, OK — Olustee-Eldorado traveled to OKSE (Oklahoma Scholastic Esports) state tournament for Halo Infinite on Saturday, April 16. more

Special committee to investigate Tourism-Swadley’s arrangement

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, formed a special House committee Thursday to investigate potential misuse of taxpayer funds through vendor agreements with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department (OTRD). more

2022 Rattlesnake Derby Princess crowned

MANGUM, OK — Aubree Hernandez was crowned the 2022 Rattlesnake Derby Princess in Mangum over the weekend. more

Thousands of dollars raised for Welcome to ALTUS sign project

ALTUS, OK — Financial donations totaling $97,725 were raised by local organizations, which will go toward the community project of placing one giant ALTUS sign on the north side of the city limits. more

Oklahoma Arts Institute Fund Drive kicks off

ALTUS, OK — The annual Oklahoma Arts Institute Fund Drive began Thursday, April 28 in Altus. more

Sill dedicates bridge to Soldier killed in Vietnam

Fort Sill, OK — Fort Sill honored a Soldier who died in Vietnam with a bridge dedication ceremony on April 22 in the Hall of Remembrance. Fort Sill leaders and Oklahoma State Senator John Montgomery spoke on the memory and service of Master Sgt. Michael Werdehoff, whose helicopter was shot down April 19, 1968. more

Social media group leads charge on policy change

FORT SILL, Okla. — What started as a Facebook group for active-duty Army mothers to connect as a community, exchange ideas and seek guidance from other Army moms in uniform led to a long-awaited change in postpartum policy. more
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