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NBC Oklahoma celebrates 90th anniversary

NBC Oklahoma is celebrating its 90th anniversary this month, in August 2021. In 1931, W.B. Gover started the National Bank of Commerce in Altus, OK, in the middle of the Great … more

You’re never fully dressed without a smile

Friends of WOSC Performing Arts re-introduced musical theatre to Altus with a production of Annie July 30 – Aug. 1. Actors and actresses came from far and wide to audition for the musical Annie … more

Audio technology offered by Oklahoma School for the Deaf

Telephone and assistive equipment is available for eligible Oklahomans who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and those with speech communication needs through the Oklahoma School for the … more

Many ways to connect with loved ones in long-term care

We have entered a new year and we are still faced with many of the hard parts of the previous year. For many residents in Long Term Care the first weeks of March were the last time they received a … more

CRP sign-up period ends Feb. 12

Agricultural producers and private landowners interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can sign up for the popular program through Feb. 12, 2021. The competitive program, administered … more

Love languages topic of workshop

“Love Languages, a Workshop for Men and Women,” is the title of the U-Night workshop on Thursday, Feb. 11. The workshop will be held in the Seminar Room of Southwest Technology Center … more

Altus Public Schools releases first semester honor rolls

Altus Public Schools has released Principal’s and Superintendent’s Honor Rolls for the first semester of the 2020-21 school year. To be placed on the Principal’s Honor Roll, a … more

FSA announces committee election results

Jackson County U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that Kellie Muller of Martha was elected to represent her local administrative area (LAA) #1 during the recent … more

Mental health clinic for vets opens in Lawton

LAWTON, OKLAHOMA – In an effort to help reduce veteran suicide and increase care for military families, Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) announced today that the Steven A. Cohen Military Family … more

WOSC Rotaract Club donates toys

The Western Oklahoma State College (WOSC) Pioneer Rotaract student organization wanted to do its part to help spread the holiday cheer this holiday season. Members chose to organize a toy drive to … more

Cameron University Foundation teams with AmazonSmile to help CU students

The Cameron University Foundation has teamed with AmazonSmile, a charitable initiative of the worldwide online marketplace Amazon. Supporters can now select the Cameron University Foundation, shop on … more

Early childhood education program at NWOSU ranked as highly affordable

The Division of Education’s Early Childhood Education program at Northwestern Oklahoma State University has been named the 28th most affordable program in the country out of 85 other programs … more

Tenant to move into home in time for Christmas

A home at 1412 Frisco Street was recently rehabilitated and is ready for the new tenant, Angela Martin, to move in just in time for Christmas. “My grandkids are really going to like this … more

“How Covid Stole Christmas” theme of benefit run

The 7th annual Great Santa Run will be held Saturday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at the Altus City Reservoir on Falcon Road. The event will continue as planned, by following guidelines set out by the … more

Wes Lane to speak at community Thanksgiving service

The Jackson County Ministerial Alliance will host the annual Community Thanksgiving Service on Sunday evening, November 22nd. The Thanksgiving worship service will begin at 6 p.m. at the Altus … more

Low cost spay/neuter clinic dates set

The last two low-cost spay and neuter clinics in 2020 for the Altus area will be Monday, Nov. 16 and Monday, Dec. 14. The program is administered by the Altus Area Spay Neuter Incentive Program … more

Armed Services YMCA strengthens military families

Looking ahead to 2021, the new staff of the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) of Oklahoma wants to know what service members and their families want. The ASYMCA has branches in the military communities … more

City signs up basketball athletes

Boys and girls are asked to register for the Altus Parks and Recreation basketball program by Sunday, Nov. 15. The leagues are not co-ed; there will be separate teams for boys and for … more

WOSC waives ACT/SAT requirements

Western Oklahoma State College (WOSC) announces the ACT/SAT requirements for first-year applicants will be waived for those who meet requirements. The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have created … more
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