Fort Sill cranks up the heat on interns

FORT SILL, OK — While interns are expected to work in unfamiliar environments and under less-than-ideal conditions, U.S. Army Garrison Fort Sill took it to a whole new level when they literally threw their interns into the fire.

AHS senior Allemeier signs to swim at university

Senate Notes

           OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — This year’s legislative session is quickly coming to a close. Constitutionally, we must be adjourned by 5 p.m. on the last Friday in May, so we have to finish our work over the next two weeks.

Travis appointed to Western Oklahoma State College Board of Regents

D’Lese Travis (Weatherford) appeared before the Senate Education Committee for appointment to the WOSC Board of Regents on May 3, 2022.
Fifty-two years later, the remaining veterans and survivors of the Battle of FSB Illingworth are still thankful for the lifetime granted to them by their fallen brothers.
“Preventing Sexual Assault: It’s time to talk about what we don’t talk about,” is the title of the U-Night workshop, to be held Thursday, April 14. Meet and greet with …
Blair finished the year as Three-Time High School State Champions, in the Fall 2021 Call of Duty, Spring 2022 Call of Duty, Spring 2022 Halo, as well as semifinalist in Rocket League Duos. The …
OLUSTEE, OK — Olustee-Eldorado traveled to OKSE (Oklahoma Scholastic Esports) state tournament for Halo Infinite on Saturday, April 16.
ALTUS, OK — Altus is going to national archery competition next week.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — While we were still busy this past week, it was nice to take a breather from April’s last legislative deadline and focus on some of our additional responsibilities here in the Senate. One of our duties is to approve executive nominations, which are Oklahomans the governor has appointed to our state’s numerous boards and commissions.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — This past week marked the 27th anniversary of the Alfred P. Murrah Building bombing – an incredibly dark day in our state’s history. Known as the worst case of domestic terrorism in the United States, this senseless act took the lives of 168 of our fellow Oklahomans.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK —     We’ve officially completed our committee work for this session, with the exception of bills that will move through the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget (JCAB) as we continue working on the budget.