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Altus police log for March 20-22 provided

IncidentsMonday8:27 a.m., Traffic stop, 1200 Katy Drive8:41 a.m., Traffic stop, 700 S. Main St.9:06 a.m., Animal control, stray dog, 319 N. Navajoe St.10:11 a.m., Walk through, 1509 N. Main St.10:11 … more

Ilene BlantonFuneral services for Ilene Blanton, 88 of Cache, were scheduled for 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018 at the First Christian Church in Cache with Rev. Daryl Perry, Daryle Perry and Rev. … more

Illegal tobacco sales to minors threatens children’s health

Staff ReportOklahoma tobacco retailers are increasingly not complying with state law regarding underage tobacco sales. Last year, Oklahoma tobacco retailers posted an overall non-compliance rate of … more

Bomber Robotics team headed to State

The Frederick Bombers Robotics team is heading to State for the fifth year in a row. The team doesn’t have an official uniform like a sports team, but this year, the team is hoping to get … more

Marijauna legalization question to be on June 26 ballot

Staff ReportState Question 788, the Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, is set for a vote on the June 26 State Primary ballot. The issue was put on the June 26 ballot after supporters gathered … more

Glasses donated to Southwest Juvenile Center

On Monday, Aug. 21, millions of people across the country celebrated the solar eclipse and took advantage of the opportunity to witness either a total or partial eclipse. The young men at Southwest … more

Jail report for Jan. 19 - 26

Joshua Pete Delgado, 25 of Frederick, driving while impaired.Jone Flores, 32 of Frederick, threatened to perform an act of violence.Shawn Paul Fritz, 21 of Frederick, possession of a controlled … more

Time to prepare for storm season

In the blink of an eye, disasters can alter a family’s normal routine.Neighborhood streets can be closed because of large debris or downed power lines. Suddenly, an area that is a familiar part … more

Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts season approaches

Cameron University’s Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts is pleased to announce its 2017-18 season, “Celebrating American Identities in the 21st Century.” The department is … more

Annual free Summer Concert series begins

The annual Summer Concert series began June 9 at the Historic Ramona Theatre.The first performer was Claire Collins. She is the daughter of Shellie and Colby Collins. She sang “Frère … more

Great Plains Technology Center, Frederick Campus Students of the Quarter Lucky Enriquez, Jordan Baza named

The Lions Club Students of the Quarter at the Great Plains Technology Center, Frederick Campus are Davidson High School senior Lucky Enriquez in the multimedia program and Frederick High School … more

Frederick Community Calendar provided

The Frederick Arts Council will start the annual free concerts in the Ramona each Saturday night in June beginning June 9. The first concert will feature some rising stars. June 16 will feature the … more

Tillman County Jail report for March 24-31 provided

Brian Cochrane, 27 of Frederick, public intoxication.Travis Cordova, 29 of Frederick, three counts of public intoxication.Sonny McKinney, 46 of Manitou, two counts of assault and battery or abuse, … more

Frederick’s Fantastic Oyster fry brings gulf coast to the plains

Staff ReportThe 2018 Oyster Fry date has been set! This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, March 3 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at the Prather Brown Center Cafeteria, 211 S 13th in Frederick. This … more

Dr. Elemental visits Frederick Public Library

Dr. Elemental from Mad Science in Oklahoma City was the first guest of the 2018 Summer Reading Program, an annual event that the Frederick Public Library hosts in June.The June 6 topic was “Mad … more

Tillman County Sheriff Bobby Whittington hosts rural law enforcement training at Badlands Tactical Training facility

Tillman County Sheriff Bobby Whittington hosted a training day at the Badlands Tactical Training Facility in Grandfield.Jerry Flowers with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry … more

Rowe, Scott hope for new tourist attraction

Annette Rowe and Jeanie Scott have started a business called Heritage Barn Quilts. They will have a booth set up at the Arts and Action Festival Sept. 16.The idea for their business came from a trip … more

Don’t fumble: Tackle drunk driving before the clock starts

Staff ReportKickoff on America’s favorite past time is just about ready to start. For many football fans, when it’s time for Super Bowl LII, everyone’s a fan…and Fans … more

Local students perform on Fort Sill

Music students of Kathy Hickman of Lawton and Marcy Prescott of Frederick performed at a Back to School Bash on Sept. 2 at Fort Sill.Students performed music from their summer show fundraiser, vocal … more

Gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt visits Frederick

Republican Gubernatorial candidate Kevin Stitt held a town hall meeting in Frederick Jan. 26.He is a lifelong Oklahoman. He received an accounting degree from Oklahoma State University in 1996. After … more
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