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High-ranked Duke teams keeping winning, head to AreaBlair Lady Broncs advance in consolation bracket

Duke boys and girls both posted solid wins in regionals to advance to Area this week. The Blair Lady Broncs entered regionals in the consolation bracket and won three games to advance to … more

APS honors graduate during Black History Month

NORMAN, OK — Dr. Teara Flagg Lander, a 2004 graduate Altus High School, currently serves as the Assistant Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for the University of Oklahoma.  more

Junior high vocalists selected for All State

ALTUS, OK — Several boys and girls from Altus Junior High were selected for All State Choir. more

Rivers Elementary awarded $37,000 STEM grant from AAFB

ALTUS, OK — The STEM Lab at Rivers Elementary School will get a revamp, due to funds distributed by the Altus Air Force Base STEM Council. more

APS honors notable alumna during Black History Month

ALTUS, OK — While at Altus High School, Dr. Robbie (Roberts) Steward was the first African-American selected to attend Girls State, a week-long summer opportunity for young ladies to develop leadership and citizenship skills.  more

AHS names Musician of the Month

ALTUS, OK — Sophomore Kymanee Otaniyi has been named February’s Musician of the Month of Altus High School. more

Duke Tigers take district title

DUKE, OK — The Duke Tigers defeated the Olustee-Eldorado Diamondbacks in the district final Saturday. more

Blair girls, O-E boys head to regionals in consolation bracket

BLAIR, OK — Following district games last weekend, two Jackson County teams will travel to Chattanooga for beginning rounds of regionals in the consolation bracket: the Blair Lady Broncs and the Olustee-Eldorado Diamondbacks. more

Navajo blasts past Hollis for regional title.

NAVAJO, OK — The Navajo Lady Indians defeated the Hollis Lady Tigers, 92-39, bringing their season record to 21-3 and their Class A ranking to 11th, going into regionals. more

Duke girls beat county teams for district title

DUKE, OK — The Duke Lady Tigers were champions of the district home tournament on Saturday, with Blair as runner-up. Next up, regionals at Chattanooga, starting Thursday, Feb. 17. more

Navajo vocalists perform in winter venues

NAVAJO, OK — Navajo had three choir students perform at the OkMEA All-State conference January 19-22. Fifth grader Kaeden Urbina sang in the Children's Chorus. more

AHS wrestler signs with Friends University

ALTUS, OK — Andrew Czelusta, a senior at Altus High School and member of the wrestling team, signed on to wrestle at friends University. more

Navajo ladies defeat Hobart, Indians fall to Bearcats

NAVAJO — Navajo teams split victories against the Hobart Bearcats at Navajo on Friday, Jan. 14. more

AHS athletes receive their letter jackets

ALTUS, OK — Altus High School athletes lettering in spring sports received their jackets in a ceremony during the home basketball game on Jan. 11. more

AECC welcomes new playground

ALTUS, OK — Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Altus Early Childhood Center (AECC) have been waiting for two years for a new playground at their school campus. more
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