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Fund offers grants to assist homeowners affected by Covid

Oklahoma homeowners who have experienced financial setbacks stemming from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for up to $20,000 in grant assistance through the Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF). more

Duke Tigers stumble in tournament final

DUKE, OK — After dominating Erick earlier last week, both Duke teams took different paths that left them without complete victory in the Bi-County Tournament, which ended Saturday, Jan. 22. more

USDA urges producers to submit applications for 2021 grazing loss assistance by Jan. 31

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds ranchers and livestock producers that they may be eligible for financial assistance through the Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) for 2021 grazing losses due to a qualifying drought or fire. more

FFA members in SW area add to skill set

ALTUS, OK — The first Altus Region Champion Herdsman Series was held Monday, Jan. 17 at the Jackson County Expo, with Kash Allen serving as judge. more

Dollar General Store robbed, suspect at large

ALTUS, OK — Altus police are investigating an armed robbery at the Dollar General Store, 300 South Main, that was reported at around 10 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13. more

Portion of Highway 36 to be renamed in honor of Hamm

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Rep. Trey Caldwell, (R-Lawton), along with Sens. Brent Howard, (R-Altus) and Chris Kidd, (R-Waurika), have announced plans to file legislation in the upcoming session that would rename a portion of Highway 36 after Edgar L. Hamm. more

VFW Post 4876 announces award winners

ALTUS, OK — Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 4876 announces the winners of its distinguished public service awards as well as its youth essay contests. more

AHS athletes receive their letter jackets

ALTUS, OK — Altus High School athletes lettering in spring sports received their jackets in a ceremony during the home basketball game on Jan. 11. more

Altus Lions accept grant from SWRE

ALTUS, OK — The Altus Lions Club was recently presented a grant in the amount of $3500 to assist with the purchase of a “spot vision camera.” more

Navajo ladies defeat Hobart, Indians fall to Bearcats

NAVAJO — Navajo teams split victories against the Hobart Bearcats at Navajo on Friday, Jan. 14. more

Altus swim teams rank 2nd out of 20 at event

Kylie Allemeier and Canyon Bain, both seniors at Altus High School, each took home a 1st place trophy after the PCO Invitational Swim Meet on Jan. 11. Allemeier won the 500 freestyle with a time … more

AHS wrestlers remain undefeated

ALTUS, OK — The Altus wrestling squads have been hitting the mats for four months, building the squad and achieving high standards of competition. more

AECC welcomes new playground

ALTUS, OK — Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Altus Early Childhood Center (AECC) have been waiting for two years for a new playground at their school campus. more

McLeod announced as Altus Teacher of the Year

ALTUS, OK — Jennie McLeod, senior English teacher at Altus High School, was presented with the 2022 Teacher of the Year award at the Altus Board of Education meeting on Monday, Jan. 10. more

Local teen roper places in Junior World Finals at Las Vegas

NAVAJO, OK — Brookelynne Whitfield, a junior at Navajo High School, traveled to Las Vegas in December, to compete in Mike and Sherrylynn Johnson’s Vegas Tuffest roping and at the Junior World Finals (JWF). more

Miss Altus competition returns

ALTUS, OK — The Miss Altus and Miss Altus Teen competitions return next month, with new royalty to be crowned for 2022. more

Free assistance for filing IRS tax returns is available in area locations.

Free assistance for filing IRS tax returns is available in area locations.  The program offering help is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), part of the Retired and Senior Volunteer … more
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