Bill W. Burgess Jr. was appointed by former Gov. Mary Fallin to a seven-year term on the Board of Regents in 2014.He was the former owner and publisher of The Lawton Constitution, board chair of Vortex holding company and senior partner of Burgess and Hightower Law Firm.
Young girls participated in the Miss Black C-U Charm School. They played games to get to know one another and in group sessions where they were able to learn about self-esteem and being empowered to fulfill their dreams.
The Altus Police Department has been making upgrades to their 911 system for the last 9 months and with that led to the new Rapid SOS operating system which helps dispatch track a person's location faster.
Jacobi Crowley discusses Oklahoma Policy institute which promotes adequate, fair, and fiscally responsible funding of public services and expanded opportunity for all Oklahoman's by providing timely and credible information, analysis, and ideas.
The Simmons Center in Duncan is hosting their first annual Area Arts Hall of Fame starting Friday. The Simmons Center Theater is partnering with multiple art organizations in Duncan to raise money for the theater that many people in the community still use to this day.
The new Eisenhower Middle School is expected to open it's doors to the students in the fall of 2020. They tore down the auxiliary gym back in September to make room for the new school and have been hard at work ever since.