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City manager outlines ongoing, future projects

City Manager Gary Jones gave the Altus City Council an update on a multitude of ongoing and future projects in which the city is engaged. “I read the charter and I understand you are all our … more

Great Plains Stampede Rodeo set for Aug. 26-28

The Great Plains Stampede Rodeo returns to Altus next Thursday through Friday, Aug. 26-28. The annual favorite was canceled last year due to Covid issues. Performances began at 8 p.m. nightly … more

Applications being taken for BIG grant program

The Altus/Southwest Area Economic Development Corporation (EDC) board of directors approved the continuation of the Business Improvement Grant (BIG) program. The program is designed to help local … more

County 4-H’ers recognized for achievement at 4-H Roundup

A pair of Jackson County 4-H’ers made a big showing at the Centennial State 4-H Roundup that took place recently on the Oklahoma State University campus. Kayden Duncan and Tori Booker … more

15 under par for winning golfers of annual fund raiser!

Golfers teed up at Altus Greens on Aug. 14 for the popular annual fund raiser, the Jim Holland Memorial Golf Tournament. Approximately $20,000 in additional funds was generated by the tournament, … more

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

Local produce stand in Blair features fresh variety

A family produce stand popular among locals lies along the east side of Highway 283 on the south side of Blair. The family business, H&E Farms, which will soon see its sixth anniversary, is … more

Smalts Furniture to close doors after a generation on the square

BY KEVIN HILLEY kevin@altustimes.com It’s the end of an era. One of the last mom-and-pop furniture stores is closing its doors for business this month. Smalts Furniture, in the … more

Outlook steady for water rates in Altus

Water rates will not rise but wastewater/sewage rates will see a slight increase over the next five years, according to a report to the Altus City Council. A representative of Willldan Financial … more

New city council member appointed to fill term

Ron Osterhout of Altus was named to the at-large seat of Ward 4 at the Altus City Council meeting on Aug. 3. Osterhout said from the outset that he does not intend to run for office when his term … more

‘Lots’ of new homes approved by council

The final plats for new homes were approved by the Altus City Council on Aug. 3. Recommendations came from meetings in July of the Altus Planning and Zoning Commission. Recommendations were … more

New vice mayor selected by council

One of Altus’ well-known personalities, Robert Brady-Lee, was appointed Vice Mayor on Aug. 3 at the regular meeting of the Altus City Council. Brady-Lee has the unique experience of being … 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

Annual tax holiday is set for Aug. 6 - 8

There are two kinds of back-to-school people in this world. The, “It’s already July?!” people, and the “It’s only July!” people. Start planning back to school … more

City sets groundbreaking for Veterans Drive Housing Development

The City of Altus will hold a groundbreaking for Phase I of its Veterans Court housing development at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 24. In one of his last public acts as mayor, Altus Mayor Jack … more

What the flood was that?

The June 13 rain event in Mangum will go down as one of the weather highlights in the area for 2021. Mangum in particular took a direct hit from a stalled-out supercell thunderstorm which dumped … more

Ombudsman supervisor salutes volunteers

The Southwest Oklahoma Devlopment Agency’s (SWODA) Ombudsman program recognizes the efforts of volunteers, particularly at long-term care facilities. I would like to draw attention to the … more
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