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Adventures fly the skies over Altus on Airport Day

Clydesdales to head Altus Christmas Parade

Iconic Clydesdale horses will lead the Altus Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 11. A carriage- led team of four horses, each as high as 18 feet and weighs as much as 2,000 pounds, will literally … more

Arrest made in apartment shooting incident

Altus police arrested a man last Wednesday afternoon, from a residence in the 1100 block of West Frisco, after felony arrest warrants were issued through the Jackson County District Court on Nov. … more

JCMH welcomes Board Certified Urologist

JCMH is excited to announce that addition of Board Certified Urologist Tawfik Zein, MD to our medical specialties. Michelle Ford, JCMH Vice-President of Outreach Services says of him, “This is … more

Western Oklahoma Workforce Development Board to host Job Fair

Western Oklahoma Workforce Development Board’s Business Services team is hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday, Dec. 1 at the Unforgettable Event Center located at 1117 N. Jackson Street, Altus, from … more

Legislature Approves Redistricting Maps

This week, the Legislature voted to approve the updated maps for Oklahoma's five congressional districts, as well as revised boundaries for legislative districts. Our redistricting process this … more

Thanksgiving: More than pilgrims and turkeys

The history of Thanksgiving dates back to the 1600s, although it likely wasn’t “Thanksgiving” and it was a celebration much different than what we celebrate today. In 1621, the … more

Aviation through the ages

Aviation History Month recognizes the achievements of the men and women who made it happen. When we think about the history of aviation, the first names we might think of are Wilbur and Orville … more

Lost on a mountain in Utah

I have always had a very good sense of direction. (Hint: Anyone who starts a story by telling you they have a good sense of direction is about to tell you a story about them getting lost.) For … more

Navajo Lady Indians Overwhelm Lady Panthers

In The Spotlight 11/25/2021

11.25.2021 ALTUS TIMES

Peggy Ann McDonald Kellison

July 09, 1940-November 20, 2020 Peggy Ann Kellison, 80 of Purcell, passed away Friday, Nov. 20, 2020.  Peggy Ann McDonald was born July 9, 1940, in Payette, Idaho. She was the middle daughter … more

Gayland Lee Kellison

September 30, 1946-November 06, 2021 Gayland Lee Kellison was born Sept. 30, 1946, in Hollis to Leonard Lee and Naomi Ruth Kellison.  Gayland attended and graduated from Ron Schools.  … more

‘The Nutcracker’ coming to Altus

Friends of WOSC Performing Arts proudly presents The Nutcracker, coming to the Herschal H. Crow Fine Arts Center on the Western Oklahoma State College campus Dec. 10 and Dec. 12. Leah Wall: Off … more

11.18.2021 ALTUS TIMES

Duffy chosen for induction into 2022 WOSC Alumni Hall of Fame

The Western Oklahoma State College Alumni Association is proud to announce that Larry K. Duffy has been selected as our 2022 Alumni Association Hall of Fame Inductee. The award is presented to … more

Blair voters elect new trustee

Niki Graumann was elected to the Blair Board of Trustees on Nov. 9. A total of 66 votes were cast, with Graumann netting 50, or 75.76%, of the votes cast. Her opponent was Liz McGregor, who … more
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