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Don’t pet the fluffy cows

After a news report about a woman who was gored by a buffalo after getting to close to it at Yellowstone National Park, the Friends of the Wichitas had this warning: “Always watch the the … more

How to stay healthy at home when visiting the gym isn’t possible

With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise across the state, many are continuing to stay home. Not going to the gym doesn’t mean you can’t continue to exercise. There are many workouts you … more

Classic beauties show off in Frederick

James Bennight won fifth place with White 1956 Ford T-Bird in the classic car show held in Frederick on July 4, 2020. Manuel Copeland won first place with his Red 1950 Chevy 3100 in the classic … more

Boots or Badges: Cast your vote at the annual Boots and Badges blood drive July 23

The annual Boots and Badges Blood Drive is scheduled for 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, July 23, 2020, fat the First United Methodist Church in Frederick. The Boots and Badges drive pits the fire … more

Tomato Day at the Lawton Farmers Market

LAWTON — There’s nothing like a big, juicy, ripe, red tomato in the summertime. It’s that time of year when delicious, locally grown tomatoes are at their peak and the Lawton … more

Watch out for Lyme Disease this summer

Quarantine-related cabin fever is sending more people into the great outdoors, according to one study at The study states that 43 percent of people 13 and above, said they would be … more

The battle of the Bills heats up as election day nears

As election day draws near, the battle for Tillman County Sheriff heats up Candidate Bill Ingram sent out a second campaign letter addressing questions that he said he’s been asked by … more

In-person visits restricted at Frederick Memorial Nursing Center

Tillman County is still holding at 23 positive COVID-19 cases with 22 of them listed as recovered, and one listed as deceased. No new cases in Tillman County have been reported in several weeks. … more

Partisan vs. Non-Partisan: What’s the difference?

With the upcoming republican primary election, local residents have raised concerns that not every Tillman County resident gets to vote for the Tillman County Sheriff. Both candidates are … more

Ingram voted in as Tillman County Sheriff

The State Primary elections were held June 30. Offices featured on the ballots included State officers, congressional officers, as well as Legislative, District and County officers. Also on the … more

Do you want to make a difference in a child’s life?

The Court-appointed special advocate (CASA) program supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home, … more

Local man, woman, arrested for kidnapping

Santos Nunios Jr. and his girlfriend Carmen Connelly were arrested for one count of kidnapping each. Nuncio is being held on a $75,000 bond and Connelly is being held on a $25,000 bond. Officer … more

Animal welfare groups offer reward for info that leads to cockfighting arrests, convictions

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Two Oklahoma animal welfare groups are offering a monetary reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of individuals involved in cockfighting. The … more

Attorney General Hunter reminds Oklahomans to take children, pets out of unattended vehicles

OKLAHOMA CITY – With temperatures expected to reach triple digits in some areas of the state this weekend, Attorney General Mike Hunter today is reminding Oklahomans to never leave children or … more

Altus Times wins best news story, feature photo in state contest

Former Altus Times Editor and Publisher Rick Carpenter won two first places and one second place in the annual Oklahoma Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. The contest included entries for … more

Frederick library offering free financial kits

OKLAHOMA CITY —Helping to promote financial education statewide, the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) is offering free Financial Fitness Kits through about 100 public … more

2020 graduation ceremony held

Frederick High School held their 115th graduation ceremony June 6, 2020 in the Bomber Bowl. The COVID-19 pandemic may have stolen the second half of their senior year, but thanks to the hard work of … more

New business joins Chamber

The Frederick Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome Operation CARE Ministries Inc. to our membership. On hand for the Ribbon Cutting were CARE board members Mike Johnson, Mark Bobo, Assembly of … more

State parks begin charging parking fees

On June 15, State Park visitors will have noticed new signs when entering various parks. Where most visits were free except for amenities like camp sites and other activities, now visitors must pay … more

Pollinators are good for the ecosystem

It’s the time of year when you might start seeing a rise in honey bee swarms. Honeybees begin to swarm in late spring to early summer. Swarming is a natural process in the life of a honey … more
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