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Comanche County Website Offers Virtual Tour

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COMANCHE CO., Okla_ Some big changes are coming to Comanche County's website. You'll soon be able to take a virtual tour.

The Comanche County Commissioners approved the new video for the website Monday. The tour will give visitors a chance to view seven one-minute segments of various aspects of county life, including education, real estate and quality of life.

Public Information Officer Jacob Russell said it took about a year to complete the project. He said the county will be able to add new video to the tour once every four months, allowing visitors to catch an in-depth glimpse of life in Comanche County.

"It gives an opportunity for both residents and those coming into the county to kind of see the good side we have to offer," Russell said. "So, it's just the other side of the coin. It will show the other side and point out the highlights that we do have to offer."

Russell said the tour doesn't cost the county a dime. He said CGI Communications, the company that produced the video, will make money off of advertisements on the site.

The tour should be ready for viewing by the end of this week. You'll be able to find the tour on Comanche County's website www.comanchecounty.us.

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