Our FFA 4-H Friend of the Week has spent the last several years on the back of her horse, Ladybug, competing across the state. Learn how passion and hard work have lead to success for Cotton County 4-H member, Stephanie Mason.
The Pecan Creek Volunteer Fire Department was eager to decrease the response times to people between Lawton and Cache. Now, after several years of trying to get the department open, Chief Thomas Myers and his crew of over 25 volunteers are officially open for business.
Last week, a good Samaritan returned a Lawton woman’s missing $500 dollars. Ruth Tynes, the woman who lost the money, really wanted to find the person to thank them. On Monday, 7News organized for the two women to meet up for the first time.
About two weeks ago, Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry founder, Adriene Davis, received the keys to the nonprofit’s new home: A 10,000 square foot facility. On Sunday, 7News was able to take a special look inside.
Losing any amount of money is unsettling, but every once in a while, there is a happy ending. That is the case for one Lawton woman, and now she needs your help finding the person who returned $500 she lost.
Hungry Hearts Feeding Ministry held an open invitation for their Thanksgiving dinner Thursday at First Christian Church in Lawton. Because some people were not able to travel for the meal, the nonprofit decided they would bring the meal to them.
Our FFA 4-H Friend of the Week not only does several activities within the two organizations, but also he uses his time to teach the younger generations about agriculture. Elgin High School junior, Shawn Hilliary, leads by sharing what he has learned.
The Safe Center in Duncan offers many services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Stephens and Jefferson Counties. Now, the organization is adding a new service that can benefit southwest Oklahoma residents: A supervised parental visitation site.