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Jackson County 4-H’er recognized for achievement

 A Jackson County 4-H’er was recognized for her achievements during the 101st State 4-H Roundup that took place recently at Oklahoma State University. Tori Booker, Altus, was awarded … more

First Methodist Church hosts banquet for athletes

The First United Methodist Church of Altus hosted athletes including Altus Junior High and High School football and cheer, high school trainers and Pom Squad, as well as coaches, on Aug. 25, in … more

Civil Air Patrol to host Altus open house

Civil Air Patrol will be hosting an open house from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6 at the Altus/Quartz Mountain Regional Airport in the Red River Aviation … more

WOSC Community Chorus to present Director’s Choice Concert

WOSC Community Chorus presents a Director’s Choice Concert, in honor of long time Choral Music Educator and Director Ken Cox. Rehearsals begin on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022 at 6 p.m. in the WOSC … more

Retired Educators To Meet Sept. 7

Members and prospective members of the Jackson County Retired Educators Association will start meeting together for the 2022-2023 school year by attending the “Coffee Cup” Review on … more

Bulldogs fall to Elk City in season opener

It was a tough start to the season for the Altus Bulldogs. They traveled to Elk City last Friday to take on the Elks and was not the outcome the Bulldogs were looking for, losing 36-7. The … more

AHS volleyball ends tough week

The Altus High School Lady Blue Volleyball team had a week of tough competition as they took on Erick, Chillicothe, Tx and #12 ranked Duncan.     Altus traveled to Erick on Monday … more

Sill’s own STEM Center engages young minds for future greatness

FORT SILL, OK — In a nondescript building within the boundary of Fort Sill, robots and computers are being constructed by children. This is not, however, a classified research facility, it is the Child and Youth Services STEM Center. more

Military working dogs of AAFB honored by VFW

ALTUS, OK — Military working dogs, Airmen of the US Air Force and the program, “Guardians of the Night,” were honored with national recognition by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) on Friday, Aug. 19. more

Times welcomes high school football writer

ALTUS, OK — Bray Davis, 17, a junior at Altus High School, has joined the staff of the Altus Times as a writer of Bulldog Varsity football stories. more

Floyd leaves big shoes to fill

   Editor's note:  The author of this article worked at the Altus Times as a sportswriter from 1997 to 2004.     Keith Floyd passed away on August 10, 2022. This … more

Auto collision north of Blair claims life

A two-vehicle collision on a rainy road almost 2 miles north of Blair on Saturday, Aug. 20 claimed the life of a Mangum resident. more

Reservoir traffic prohibited as construction begins

ALTUS, OK — The pathway encircling to the Altus City Reservoir will be closed until further notice. more

Great Plains Youth and Family Service, Inc. earns three- year CARF accreditation

CARF International announced that Great Plains Youth and Family Services, Inc. have been accredited for a period of three years for its Outpatient Treatment: Mental Health for Children and Adolescents programs. more

Blair paints hallways with Redbud Grant funds

BLAIR, OK — All of the hallways and exterior doors of Blair Public Schools were repainted this year, using funds from the Redbud Grant funds. more

Bulldogs face off with Eagles in scrimmage

ALTUS, OK — That wasn't thunder you heard Friday night - it was the crack of helmets colliding. That’s right! Football is back. more

East tops West in first MBA All-Star game

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Soldiers from installations across the United States invaded Oklahoma City for the Military Basketball Association’s first annual All-Star game Saturday Aug. 13, 2022. more
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