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Kelly Roliard

Kelly Roliard, Weekend Morning Anchor / Multimedia Journalist Kelly Roliard, Weekend Morning Anchor / Multimedia Journalist

Kelly Roliard is from Houston, Texas, and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2015 with a degree in broadcast journalism and communications. Prior to coming to Lawton, Kelly spent about one year as an assignment editor at News9 in Oklahoma City.

In her spare time, Kelly enjoys anything outdoors; playing soccer, hunting, fishing and watching baseball. She also loves cheering on the Razorbacks! She was a student-athlete and the goalkeeper for the women’s soccer team for four years.

If you have a story idea for Kelly, email her at kroliard@kswo.com.

 

    Meers searches for 2011 wildfire hero and chopper pilot

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    The search is on for a woman who was flying a helicopter who helped save multiple lives and homes during the huge 2011 wildfire at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.

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    Ft. Sill soldiers prep school for students

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    With school starting soon, a group of Fort Sill soldiers is getting one local school all ready for the student's first day back.

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    Highland Cemetery vandalized

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    Over 70 tombstones were knocked the evening of August 1 at Highland Cemetery, leaving city workers with an extra workload today as they pick them up.

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    A popular college tuition savings plan is celebrating 20 years in operation, and as a result, they're offering a financial incentive to current and future customers.

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    Altus business lightens workload for area farmers

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    A business in Altus is expanding to help meet the needs and goals of livestock producers.

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    Bicyclist hit by dump truck in Lawton

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    A man riding a bicycle was injured after he was hit by a dump truck on Northeast Rogers Lane.

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    Grand National Horseman Association Play Day Finals, a family tradition

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    The Grand National Horseman Association Play Day Finals at Lawton's Great Plains Coliseum is in full swing with a couple of unusual timed events including flag and potato racing.

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    New Altus city manager has big plans

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    The City of Altus welcomed its new city manager Monday and she is already making plans to improve things across the city. 

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    Altus cemetery theft hurts city financially

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    The Altus cemetery was burglarized and police need your help.

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    Altus struggling with tall grass after losing DOC inmates

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    The City of Altus is struggling to get the grass cut across the city after losing the DOC inmates who were once housed in their county jail.  

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    Lightning strike causes fire suppression problem in Frederick

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    Officers and workers at the Tillman County Law Enforcement Center are cleaning up after lightning stuck the building and caused a bit of a scare.
     

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    Altus water is cleaner, better with new facility

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    The water quality in Altus is improving thanks to a plant rehabilitation project.

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    Cars too hot for pets

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    As much as pets enjoy going outdoors or riding in cars with their owners, officials are cracking down on people leaving their pets inside their vehicles in the heat of the summer.

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    OSBI warns parents about online sexual exploitation

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    Summer is here and children are out of school, so that means many of them will be spending a lot more time at home surfing the internet and on social media.

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    Boy Scouts speak out after chairman's arrest

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    More details have come to light as a former airman and Boy Scout chairman was arrested after being caught with child pornography.

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    CCMH receives award for Spirit of Survival

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    An annual run in Lawton that benefits cancer centers and research is being recognized by the state as its Event of the Year.

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    Lawton children's shelter closing

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    After 53 years of caring for children in Lawton, the J. Roy Dunning Children's Shelter is closing its doors.

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    Tillman County to vote on 'Liquor by the Drink'

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    Residents in Tillman County are getting another chance to approve a liquor by the drink law.

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    Jackson County declares emergency, heavy rain ruined roads

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    Jackson County officials have made a declaration of emergency following last month's storms that flooded the county.

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    Eldorado wheat crop destroyed by hail

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    Grandmother, granddaughter killed in neighborhood wreck

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    Police in Mangum are looking for a driver they say hit a woman and her 1-year-old granddaughter, killing both of them.

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    Fallen game warden honored 75 years later

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    Game wardens from across the state came to Southwest Oklahoma to pay their respects to a fellow officer, 75 years after his death.

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    City officials upset about losing inmate work centers

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    City officials in Southwest Oklahoma are angry with the state for closing their inmate work centers.

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    Altus FFA shooting team takes top spot, 4 years running

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    The Altus FFA shooting team is celebrating their fourth consecutive state championship.

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    Firefighters "Fill the Boot" for MDA

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    The Lawton Fire Department set up outside Lawton Walmarts for the annual "Fill the Boot" fundraiser to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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    Frederick enacts water conservation policy

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    Despite all of the rain that has filled up reservoirs, Frederick has decided to implement water conservation measures.

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    Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney is glad the 'Blue Alert' system was signed into law. (Source KSWO) Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney is glad the 'Blue Alert' system was signed into law. (Source KSWO)
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    In a move designed to prevent what some call an attack on our system of justice, the Oklahoma Legislature has unanimously approved the creation of a 'Blue Alert' system. 

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    Storm chasers take to the roads when storms form

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    As we prepare for severe weather and tornadoes, storm chasers are taking to the roads to help people get ready for the storm.

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