The Comanche County Courthouse was initially scheduled to reopen Jan. 4, but because of an anticipated resurgence of the coronavirus after the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, that date has been pushed back another two weeks, to Jan. 19.

LAWTON — The Co- manche County Court- house was initially sched- uled to reopen Jan. 4, but because of an anticipated resurgence of the corona- virus after the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, that date has been pushed back another two weeks, to Jan. 19.

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Fort Sill officials are set to begin destroying unexploded munitions from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 14 at the impact area on the north side of Fort Sill near Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area.

United Way of Southwest Oklahoma (UNSWOK)

Momentum is building but more contributions and donations are needed to meet the $1.25 million goal set by the United Way of Southwest Oklahoma.

No more inmates to the Comanche County Detention Center for the time being because of a coronavirus outbreak.

LAWTON – To comply with a State Health Department mandate to admit no more inmates to the Comanche County Detention Center for the time being because of a coronavirus outbreak, Comanche County has sent its new detainees arrested over the past three months to Tillman County.

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LAWTON - Lynda Williams had to be there. Having grown up in Lawton and now raising two young boys in the city, the 47-year old Child Welfare Specialist had to see it for herself.

Tribal casinos opening soon

LAWTON - With more businesses reopening across Oklahoma, several of the region’s tribal casinos will be following suit shortly.

However, in order to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus, patrons should not expect business as usual at their casino of choice.

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