Author: Hunter McEachern

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Starting a business can be challenging, especially when coming up with a business plan. Great Plains Technology Center workshop organizers say using sticky notes can... [Read More]
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"After consideration and understanding the program and the reasoning behind this day, Indigenous Peoples' Day, they passed unanimously, to declare October 8th, as Indigenous Peoples'... [Read More]
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Shykira Smith was late leaving her home in Lawton Sunday morning to go to an appointment, but little did she know it would cause her... [Read More]
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Saturday marks day two of the Art Walk and Flute Festival in Medicine Park.There are many types of art at the festival, including performance art,... [Read More]
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The Lawton Fort Sill Art Council invited families to attend their monthly kids arts and crafts workshop on Saturday. [Read More]
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The 2018 Horn Showcase came to Lawton October 4-6. The longhorn showcase began 18 years ago, and has been in Lawton the last four years. [Read More]
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The Bethel Road Volunteer Fire Department is raising money to support their operation costs for the year. [Read More]
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The Lawton Fort Sill Chapter 0116 of the Oklahoma Women Veterans Organization held an Honor Tea to thank local Gold Star families and widows/widowers of... [Read More]
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A woman was arrested Saturday afternoon after she crashed her Jeep into the fence of a Lawton apartment complex. [Read More]
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Families affected by disabilities got to voice their concerns to the Oklahoma Department of Human Services today. They were asked to share their thoughts on how... [Read More]
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The Great Plains Technology Center invited students to register to vote today. Students were able to register if they were 18 years old or will... [Read More]
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Last Monday, the Snider family was still debating whether they should stay in North Carolina, or evacuate. As conditions worsened and their concerns increased, they... [Read More]
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Lawton Police Department held its annual Cops N Kids picnic today at Elmer Thomas Park. The lines were already long when the event started at... [Read More]
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Five new citizens were recognized in front of their family and friends for completing the first ever citizen naturalization class and for gaining their citizenship. [Read More]
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The Lawton Salvation army will join forces with other Salvation Army chapters to aid in the hurricane relief. [Read More]
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For the past five years, Cameron Baptist Church has welcomed local law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMT's and other first responders on September 11th to provide... [Read More]
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A victim is in critical condition after an overnight shooting in the 400 block of NW 55th Street. A neighbor said that she heard two... [Read More]
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Tomorrow will be the 13th annual Yayo's Run, where they will be riding bikes and raising money to help a five year old boy named Jose... [Read More]
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At the end of last school year, Title 1 gave Central Middle School $1,000 to spend on their library. Their one request was that the... [Read More]
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Deer season is currently closed and does not begin until October 1st, but multiple deer carcasses have been found across the state, including in southwest... [Read More]
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