Comanche County, OKkswo.com

18 arrested in Comanche County meth bust

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - Eighteen people have been arrested and 12 pounds of meth found during a large meth bust in Lawton. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics said 42-year-old Ronnie Davis was the main target of the investigation. He had been on Federal Probation for previous crimes when he was arrested for running a meth distribution in Lawton, according to OBN spokesman Mark Woodward.
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Comanche County, OKkswo.com

Comanche County commissioners consider demolition of former bank

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - Comanche County Commissioners during their meeting Monday morning discussed the possible demolition of an empty building on 6th street across from the Comanche County Courthouse. It formerly housed American National Bank. They considered remodeling the building for some county entities at first, but now, they are...
Lawton, OKkswo.com

Lawton woman honored with award for volunteer work

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - The Comanche County Veterans Council held a ceremony Tuesday to announce their quarterly “Wall of Honor” Hero Veteran and Carolyn Stone Award. America’s Veteran Supporters nominated Mary Fountain for the honor this year for her work inspiring others, helping anyone in need and giving her time to support people and projects in our area.
Comanche County, OKkswo.com

Comanche County Silver Alert ends; man found safe

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - A Silver Alert issued over the weekend for a man from Comanche County has been called off. The alert was initially issued for 78-year-old Henry Fred Whitehead. The Silver Alert was called off around 5:25 a.m. Monday. Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley said Whitehead was found...
Chickasha, OKExpress-Star

Grady County Pride's Cheryl Browder speaks at Chickasha's First Pride Walk

Cheryl Browder, one of the founders of Grady County Pride as well as Free Mom Hugs Oklahoma member, spoke about the impact of discrimination on LGBT+ youth and the importance of accepting people as they are. Browder was among those who organized and led Chickasha’s First Pride Walk on June 20. Browder also hugged attendees and distributed notes with encouraging messages.