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Altus Track fairs well at Childress

The Altus High Track and Field teams took the second trip down south to Texas last Thursday night and put up some of their best times of the young season against some very tough competition. The Lady … more

Altus Public Schools hosts first Employee Alumni Day

Forty-eight employee alumni of Altus Public Schools were hosted with a tour of campus sites on Saturday, March 26. Superintendent Roe Worbes gave the opening address at the almost completely … more

Navajo, Granite, swap lopsided victories

The Navajo Indians hosted the Granite Panthers on March 31 and exchanged victories in the double-header with the neighboring school. The first game of the afternoon was a 17-8 win for Granite. … more

Placement of new sidewalks continue at AHS

Archery program to raise funds for Nationals

The Altus Intermediate School and Altus Junior High Archery teams both won the Oklahoma state archery tournament for the second year in a row. They earned a bid to the National Archery in the … more

Mayor proclaims Swimming Champions Day

Mayor Robert Garrison proclaimed March 24, 2022 as Altus Bulldog Swimming Champions Day at the most recent meeting of the Altus City Council. more

Children’s Home resident wins big at Oklahoma Youth Expo

A vulnerable Oklahoma teenager has overcome the odds at the 2022 Oklahoma Youth Expo (OYE), where the 16-year-old orphan exhibited her breeding hog and won first place in her class and third place overall in the livestock show’s Purebred Duroc Gilt Division. more

Duke senior serves as Senate Page

Duke High School senior Corky Hall has completed a week of service as a page for Sen. Brent Howard, R-Altus. Hall served at the Capitol during the fifth week of session from March 7-10. more

Support Staff at each campus honored by Board

Boys’ tennis takes 2nd place in home tournament

The home tennis tournament yielded a victory and top placings for the boys’ team. more

AHS men’s track looks strong for season

This Saturday the Altus High Track and Field men’s team will begin their 2022 season in Graham, Texas at the Possum Kingdom Relays. more

Young Lady Bulldogs open track season at Graham

Most years Coach Robert Garrison can look at his women’s track and field team and see a bunch of returners ready to go. 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

Change of guard in RSVP leadership

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

Navajo misses regional title by 2 points

NAVAJO, OK — The Navajo Lady Indians finished the 2022 season with a heartbreaking 2-point loss to Hydro Eakley, 60-58, in the regional final on Saturday, Feb. 19. more
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