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Oklahoma State forward Cameron McGriff dunks during the game against Mississippi in the final of the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament, Friday, Nov. 29, 2019, in New York.

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Community leaders tour the Kochendorfer Brewing Company during the Grand Opening, Sat., Nov. 23, in Duncan. Pictured, left-to-right, are Rep. Marcus McEntire, Duncan Mayor Ritchie Dennington, Laura Kochendorfer, Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation President Lyle Roggow, Chris Kochendorfer, Lenny Cripps and Kathryn Cripps.
Liberty National Bank employees Kendra Brantely, Tiffany Clark, Miranda Repp, Catherine Hogan and Jesse Blevin can help sign up children ages 0-12 for the bank's annual Angel Tree. Anyone willing to sponsor an "Angel" can stop by the bank and select a name from the tree.
The Pecan Creek fire station houses three vehicles, including this 1979 Hahn fire engine and a 4,500-gallon tanker, plus associated firefighting equipment. Although the Hahn is a 40-year-old truck, it is capable of spewing 1,000 gallons of water per minute and passed a National Fire Protection Association pump test last year, Fire Chief Tom Myers said. The VFD is located at 11902 N.W. Cache Road in Lawton.
A 1950's vintage Earl Wynn baseball glove found buried in the dirt by Sterling Public School teacher and basketball coach, Darrell Stanley, will soon be headed home for Christmas. The glove, inked with the name "Curtis Davis" is being returned to Medicine Park resident Candace McCoy after details reveal that the glove most likely belonged to her late father.
On Tuesday, Nov. 26, the Bohn family donated a stone monument to the Lawton-Fort Sill Veterans Center in honor of their father, Command Sergeant Major Coyle C. Bohn and his late wife Shirley Bohn. After the family revealed the monument, the Cement FFA Chapter Officers grilled 350 hotdogs, served the center's veterans and staff and spent time visiting. Pictured: Command Sergeant Major Coyle C. Bohn, Cement FFA Instructor Robert Bohn, Cement FFA Reporter Nichole Bohn, President Colton Higgins, Treasurer Hunte
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