Dallas Zoo hospital offers treatment to variety of animals
Today’s highlights in history provided
It always pays to be nice to people
Brad Underwood settles in at Illinois after one year at Oklahoma State University
Full Senate approves measure creating registry for disabled vets
- Dallas Zoo hospital offers treatment to variety of animals - 1:45 am updated: 1:45 am.
- Today’s highlights in history provided - 1:00 am
- Altus City Council approves purchase of police vehicles - 12:30 am
- Full Senate approves measure creating registry for disabled vets - 9:45 pm updated: 9:45 pm.
- Frederick Bombers take loss over spring break - 8:15 pm
- Oklahoma ranks third in mental illness - 6:30 pm
- Rural Oklahoma hospitals need reprieve from cuts - 5:45 pm
- Half-cent sales tax election slated - 5:41 pm
- America’s farmers and ranchers soon will have the opportunity to represent communities, industry with the 2017 Census of Agriculture conducted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service - 2:45 pm updated: 2:45 pm.
- Two state Legislators condemn treatment of Muslims - 2:26 pm
- Dispose of medicines properly - 1:45 pm
- Oklahoma wildfire destroys nine homes, forces evacuations in Longtown about 80 miles southeast of Tulsa. - 12:39 pm
- Local pets at the Altus Animal Shelter seek forever homes - 12:38 pm
- Tillman County Jail report for March 10-17 - 12:29 pm
- Time to prepare for storm season - 12:14 pm
- City of Altus officials break ground for new Altus Senior Citizens Activity Center - 11:51 am
- Altus community calendar events provided - 10:55 am
- Altus police log for March 20-22 provided - 10:19 am
- Altus police log for March 18-20 - 9:42 am
- Lending rates for March provided - 9:40 am
- USDA designates Kay County in Oklahoma as a primary natural disaster area - 9:40 am
- FBI probing possible links between Russia, President Donald Trump associates - 9:10 am
- Judge Neil Gorsuch speaks of importance of independent judiciary to a Senate Judiciary Committee overseeing his nomination to the Supreme Court. - 9:09 am
- Oklahoma lottery results provided - 8:40 am
- Daily scripture reading provided - 4:00 am
Two state Legislators condemn treatment of Muslims
OKLAHOMA CITY — State Reps. Cyndi Munson (D-Oklahoma City) and George E. Young Sr. (D-Oklahoma City), a retired Baptist minister, declared recen...
Dispose of medicines properly
Local officials remind the public to take part in National Poison Prevention Week.National Poison Prevention Week was established by the U.S. Congress...
Oklahoma wildfire destroys nine homes, forces evacuations in Longtown about 80 miles southeast of Tulsa.
LONGTOWN — Fire officials are suggesting a blaze that has destroyed at least nine homes in eastern Oklahoma and forced the evacuation of more th...
Local pets at the Altus Animal Shelter seek forever homes
Stop by Animal Control at 2200 Enterprise Drive in Altus. There are animals of all sizes, ages and colors. They need help finding a home. See them onl...
Tillman County Jail report for March 10-17
Patrick Wayne Nuncio, 33 of Frederick, two counts of driving with license cancelled, suspended or revoked.Jharaet Rogans, 26 of Frederick, omitting to...
Time to prepare for storm season
In the blink of an eye, disasters can alter a family’s normal routine.Neighborhood streets can be closed because of large debris or downed power...
Baylor Bears go from record-setting NCAA win to California Golden Bears rematch
WACO, Texas — California coach Lindsay Gottlieb really didn’t have to watch to know just how good top-seeded Baylor is.An overwhelming fir...
Altus High School’s Dayna Brown has been selected to the 2017 Oklahoma Coaches’ Association All-State swim team
Dayna Brown was a late bloomer, although no one who has seen her swim for the Lady Bulldogs for the last four years would know.One of the Lady Bulldog...
Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry involved in skirmish with Oklahoma City Thunder
OKLAHOMA CITY — Stephen Curry exchanged shoves with Oklahoma City’s Semaj Christon just before halftime of a game Monday night, and both w...
Villanova loss, ACC flameout reshape NCAA Sweet 16 bracket
GREENVILLE, S.C. — The Atlantic Coast Conference’s strong regular season only stood to set up a first-weekend flameout in the NCAA Tournam...
Today’s sports highlights in history provided
Today is Wednesday, March 22, the 81st day of 2017. There are 284 days left in the year.Today’s sports highlights in history:1919 — The fi...
Sports briefs provided
Pro footballLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — President Donald Trump has taken a swipe at controversial NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick at a campaign...
The Frederick Chamber of Commerce welcomes Red River Pumpkin Patch to its membership. The new Agri-tourism attraction held its Grand Opening Oct. 1-2 ...
There will be a come and go birthday celebration honoring Francis Ayala 2-4 p.m. Saturday in the fellowship hall of St. Helen’s Catholic Church,...
Blue baby shower slated
Britni (Hoover) and Matt Smith will be honored with a “blue” baby shower 10 a.m. Sept. 24 at the home of Amy Hensley, 7074B Lovejoy Lane i...
Local artist hosts sidewalk art class
Lynn Melton hosted a sidewalk art class Aug. 2-5 for middle school students.Melton is the Artist-In-Resident at Frederick Public Schools.The class was...
Tillman County jail report for July 25-Aug. 2
Tyler Blake Ballew, age 27, Durant, knowingly concealing stolen property and failure to appear on second degree burglary charges.Robert Ray Hames, age...
Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers provided
Tulsa WorldMany children still notbeing tested for leadAlmost 40 years ago, Americans were made aware of a silent scourge, lead. It disguised itself i...
One year ago we declared ISIS atrocities as genocide
On year ago, then-Secretary of State John Kerry formally designated the actions of ISIS as genocide.As part of that declaration he said: “[ISIS]...
Live life as Christ witnesses
If with heart and soul you’re doing good, do you think you can be stopped? Even if you suffer for it, you’re still better off. Don’t...
In difficult times it’s wise to take a moment to laugh
These are such serious times with people arguing heatedly about their beliefs, ready to fight at a moment’s notice and some even committing char...
Brand while the iron is hot
Let’s talk about branding.There’s a lot of different ways to brand calves — electric, fire, or propane fired brandin’ pot. And...
Blank canvases are opportunities
It’s no secret that I like to create art. There’s something wired inside of me that enjoys throwing colors around and moving them into sha...