Allie Haddican is from Edmond, Oklahoma, and graduated from Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!) in 2015 with a degree in Multimedia Journalism. She interned for the Marlow Review and the Comanche County Chronicle in Elgin during college. She joined the Good Morning Texoma on 7NEWS team in June 2015. Five months later, she was promoted to Weekend Evening Anchor and Weekday Reporter. She reports on all news in Texoma, but focuses on the City of Lawton. She has worked on many special reports, including Unsolved Homicides, ADA issues in Lawton, and mental illness within the court system. You can like her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter at @AllieHaddican, and follow her on Instagram at @alliehaddican88! If you have a story idea, message her on any of those social media platforms or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A congressional visit in Duncan on Friday. U.S. Representative Tom Cole stopped by some local businesses, including Dream Team Prosthetics, which is fairly new, but has already reached across the globe.
The grass fire out in Comanche County near Lee Boulevard and Red Elk Road burned about 20 acres on Tuesday is now contained, but it could have been worse for the man who owns the hay baler that sparked it.