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Quartz Mountain:

The Past: Down from Yellowstone or Kiowa Migration This painting depicts the Kiowa leaving their ancestral homeland near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River in western Montana in the late 17th … more

New art teacher enriches learning

Altus Public Schools has a new art teacher. Morgan Mitchell Young, or “Mrs. Young,” as she’s known to her students, is a native of Oklahoma. She grew up in Bixby and attended … more

Register to ring! Salvation Army seeks holiday volunteers

While some may think it is still a little early to unpack the holiday decorations, The Salvation Army has been hard at work planning Christmas programs for several months. Now, as the red kettles … more

Snapshots from the past:

“As city, state, military and private representatives from around Jackson County unveiled the memorial under its white silk covering, moments later the group paused to pay tribute to their … more

Former musician of That Altus Band returns to Hightower Stadium

US Air Force Technical Sergeant Robert Wolfe, known in Altus as Bobby, returned to Hightower Stadium for the last home game of the season.  He performed “The Spar-Spangled Banner” … more

Civil Air Patrol flies cadets in program 

  The Altus Civil Air Patrol squadron gave orientation flights to local teens last weekend. more

Sunday Afternoon Music program set for Nov. 13 at 1st Presbyterian 

The final concert of the three-part series of SAM (Sunday Afternoon Music) will be presented at the Altus First Presbyterian at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13.   more

AHS Pom Squad heads to Game Day

For the second year in a row, the Altus High School Pom Squad will compete more

AHS Cheer enters Game Day regionals 

Altus High School Cheer will be heading to Game Day Regionals more

All-School Production presents “The SpongeBob Musical” 

“The SpongeBob Musical” is the 2022 All-School Production of Altus High School more

Altus Balloon and Kite Festival takes flight 

The Altus Balloon and Kite Festival will be launched more

From Safety to Spooky

Spookytown will be hosted on Monday, Oct. 31, Halloween night. Traveling east on Memorial Drive in Altus, across from the Museum of the Western Prairie one can see a little town. To the people … more

Fleeing suspect crashes on railroad tracks at park entrance

For the second time in 10 days, the driver of a vehicle crashed and was arrested after leading law officers on a high speed chase through Altus and Jackson County. Ethan Michael Steiner, 21, … more

Two leaders in education honored by Chamber with Spirit of Altus Award

Two outstanding leaders in education in the Altus community were announced Thursday, Oct. 20 at the “An American Night,” the gala hosted by the Altus Chamber of Commerce. The Spirit of … more

JCMH offers new service for interventional pain management

JCMH is offering a new service to the area with interventional pain management. Dalton Thames, JCMH Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA), recently completed a Non-Surgical Pain Management … more

Early voting nears for Nov. 8 election

Early voting for the upcoming general election will be held four days next week at the Jackson County Election Board Office, 311 E. Cypress, Room 35. Hours for early voting are from 8 a.m. to 6 … more

Director’s Choice Concert at WOSC honors Cox

The Director’s Choice Concert was performed at the Herschal H. Crow Fine Arts Center on Oct. 23. The concert was designed to honor the long time career of Ken Cox for his dedication and … more
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