Food giveaway to be held at Geronimo Nutrition Center

There will be a food giveaway at the Geronimo Nutrition Center Saturday.

  Crafted Lawton event offers shoppers opportunity to support local artisans

  Duncan Public Library hosting Cowboy Poetry with Ron Secoy and Don Williams

  Freedom Elementary celebrates Month of the Military Child

  Lawton Interactive Theater to host Murder On Maui

  Apache Rattlesnake Festival begins Thursday

  Lt. Governor Turkey Hunt Returns to Duncan for it’s 33rd Year

Continued Coverage

  Women That Vote installs first Suffrage Bench in Shepler Park

  Lawton Public Library’s Spring Book Sale starts Thursday

  Apache Rattlesnake Festival kicks off Thursday

  Local nonprofit asks public for food Donations for Homeless Youth

  Small southwest Oklahoma town on the rise, business booming in Medicine Park

  Cameron University holding informational sessions to help adults finish degrees

  Lawton Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary hosting Bouquets of Hope fundraiser

The Lawton Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary will be holding their annual spring fundraiser, with a little difference.

  Lawton City Council to meet Today

Lawton City Council is meeting at 2 p.m. to discuss several items on the agenda.

  Comanche County school districts to get roads repaired

Comanche Nation Transportation is helping more school districts in southwest Oklahoma upgrade their roads and parking lots.

  Lawton City Council meeting taking place April 13

The Lawton City Council will be meeting Tuesday to discuss a number of issues.

  Lawton Recreation Centers opening April 12th.

  Yard of the Month competition in Lawton ongoing until Oct. 1st

  Duncan annual tire clean-up starting April 12th

  Lawton looking for volunteer youth coaches

  Lawton’s Veterans Resource Center back on track with Renovations

  Altus unveils new story walk at Hightower Park

  Child who beat Leukemia becomes pilot for a day at Altus Air Force Base

Friday was a special day at Altus Air Force Base as a brave kid who beat Leukemia got the chance to be a pilot for a day.

  Elgin Community Library hosts Spring Plant and Seed Swap

The Elgin Community Library will be hosting its Spring Plant and Seed Swap Saturday.

  Comanche High School Music Department hosts annual garage sale

The Comanche High School Music Department will be hosting their annual garage sale Saturday.

  Wichita Mountains Open happening over weekend

Lawton-Fort Sill Dart Association will be holding their annual steel-tip dart tournament over the weekend.

  City of Comanche Debuts new Trading Post

The City of Comanche transforms the Old Comanche Motel into a new trading post.

  Central High Teacher set to retire after 42 years leaves lasting impact on students and families

Central High School's Agriculture teacher is retiring after 42 years of teaching at the school.

  Southwestern Behavioral Health Career Fair to take place in Lawton

The Southwestern Behavioral Health Career Fair will be happening in Lawton Thursday, April 9.

  Cameron professor presents “An Evening of Music for Violin and Piano”

Cameron University will be presenting a “An Evening of Music for Violin and Piano” performed by Cameron University professor Hyunsoon Whang and guest violinist Rebecca Boyer.

  Rattlesnake Festival kicks off in Waurika

Waurika’s annual Rattlesnake Festival begins Thursday evening.

  Cameron hosts annual FFA Agriculture Interscholastic Meet

The Cameron University Department of Agriculture, Biology and Health Sciences hosted its annual FFA Agriculture Interscholastic Meet Wednesday.

  Tickets on sale for Walters hamburger dinner

The Walters Volunteer Fire Department and Cache Valley Lodge #530 are hosting a hamburger dinner Thursday evening.

  OSU offers tomato gardening workshop in Lawton

The OSU Extension offices of Comanche, Cotton, and Stephens counties will be offering a free workshop on tomato gardening Thursday.

  Texoma Morning Headlines: April 7th

A quick look at your Texoma Morning Headlines on your Wednesday, April 7th.

  Altus paints the city blue for Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and the City of Altus is “painting the city blue” to spread awareness.

  Cameron Cadets training on Fort Sill

Cameron University ROTC members had the chance to train with Fort Sill soldiers

  Health departments increasing rural vaccine availability

As COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue across the state, the focus is shifting towards providing rural areas access to the vaccine.

  Beautiful Day Foundation holds Popcorn Palooza event

Organizers say the event is meant to show love to their community. They say they believe everyone benefits when community members feel seen, loved, and celebrated.

  Lawton Public Library discusses events planned for the month

Tina King talks with 7News about the events Lawton Public Library has planned for the month

  Altus organization Mission on Wheels giving free prom dresses, tuxedos to kids in need

An Altus organization is doing its part to give kids a great prom night.

  April Fools Mountain Bike Festival kicks off over upcoming weekend

Chad Everett talks to 7News about the April Fools Mountain Bike Festival taking place in Medicine Park over the weekend

  Martha Volunteer Fire Dept. holding fundraiser Saturday

The Martha Volunteer Fire Department in Jackson County is having a fundraiser Saturday.

  Cameron holds “CU Become a Teacher” virtual workshop

The Cameron University Department of Education will hold a “CU Become a Teacher” virtual workshop Tuesday, April 6.

  Lawton Public School Foundation to host Fundraising Golf Tournament

The Lawton Public School Foundation is hosting a golf tournament today to raise money for teachers across the district.

  Waurika Volunteer Fire Department hosts Easter Egg Hunt

The Waurika Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt Sunday afternoon.

  Cameron University’s senior art exhibit begins over weekend

Cameron University’s Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts will begin presenting an art exhibit titled “Everlasting” that features the works of senior art majors Saturday.

  Lawton Church of The Nazarene hosts Easter Egg Hunt

The Lawton Church of The Nazarene will host an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday morning.

  Family, officer speak after baby’s life was saved

We’re hearing from a Fletcher police officer who saved a baby girl’s life last weekend.

  Walters to host Easter Egg Hunt at Sultan Park

The Walters Chamber of Commerce and Walters Volunteer Fire Department are partnering to host an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday morning.

  City of Altus hosts Easter egg hunt

The event will take place at Missile Park Sports Complex, starting at 1 p.m.

  Lawton Patriot Lions Club hosts fundraiser for playground in Elmer Thomas Park

The Lawton Patriot Lions club is holding a fundraiser to benefit the Children’s United on Saturday.

  Liberty National Bank PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding event kicks off Friday

Dusty Tuckness talks to 7News about the details of the PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding event taking place over the weekend

  Holy City of the Wichitas to host 96th annual Easter Pageant

The Holy City of the Wichitas will host it's 96th annual Prince of Peace Easter Pageant this Saturday, April 3rd.

  Altus Police Officer saves family from burning home

Officials say Police Lieutenant Chris Barngrover was on a routine patrol when he noticed a house on fire Monday morning.

  Fort Sill hosts Best Warrior Competition

Today is day three of 434th Field Artillery Brigade Best Warrior Competition that's happening on Fort Sill this week.

  Altus named one of 5 Great American Defense Communities

Altus has been named as one of the five Great American Defense Communities.

  Duncan’s Safe Center to host supply drive Tuesday

The Safe Center in Duncan works to help victims of domestic and sexual abuse and is planning to restock their resource room with a community supply drive today.

  Ft. Sill held ceremony to honor 50th anniversary of Vietnam War

The ceremony recognized those who were active-duty between November 1955 to May 1975. A special Vietnam Veteran Lapel Pin was given to those in attendance.

  CU hosts virtual presentation on graduate degree programs in business

The presentation will begin a 6 p.m. and is for those interested in pursuing a graduate degree in business, but unsure of which educational option to choose.

  Ft. Sill’s Marty the Horse retires after 20 years

Ft. Sill’s Marty the Horse has retired after 20 years of service in the Artillery Half Section.

  St. Paul’s United Methodist Church hosts Hippity Car Hop Drive-Thru Easter Egg

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Lawton will be hosting a Hippity Car Hop Drive-Thru Easter Egg Hunt Saturday.

  Easter egg hunt to happen at Big Green Soccer Complex

The Lawton Family YMCA and Lawton Soccer Club will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday.

  Diamondback Harley-Davidson to host 6th annual Easter Egg Hunt and Amateur Chili Cook-off

Diamondback Harley-Davidson will be hosting their 6th annual Easter Egg Hunt and Amateur Chili Cook-off Saturday.

  Automotive swap meet happening in Duncan

Duncan will be hosting an Automotive Swap Meet over the upcoming weekend.

  VFW Post 5263 celebrates 75th Anniversary

VFW Post 5263 is celebrating their 75th Anniversary on Saturday.

  Educators excited about being fully vaccinated

About one-thousand educators are fully vaccinated, they got their second COVID-19 dose Friday.

  Altus girls get inside look at impact of women in the Air Force

Hundreds of middle and high school girls took a trip to Altus Air Force Base Friday for an up-close look at the impact women have in our military.

  Altus animal welfare receives $54,000 grant

Altus Animal Welfare Association announced on Wednesday that they have received thousands of dollars in funding.

  Holy City of the Wichitas to host 96th annual Prince of Peace Easter Pageant

Join the Holy City of the Wichitas March 27 and April 3 at 8:30 pm for the 96th annual Prince of Peace Easter Pageant. These events are free to the public!

  Eisenhower Military Child Club makes donation, brings letters to veterans

The Eisenhower Military Child Club visited a Veterans Center to drop off donations Wednesday.

  Local officers meet with students at Freedom Elementary School

Students at Freedom Elementary School were able to get a sneak peak into law enforcement Wednesday afternoon.

  CU to host event for 11th Academic Festival

Cameron University rounds out its 11th academic festival, “Connections: Information Transfer Between People,” Thursday, March 25.

  LCT’s children’s theatre virtual performance of “The Rainbow Fish” begins Wednesday

The Lawton Arts and Humanities Council is inviting the community to enjoy the Lawton Community Theatre’s virtual production of “The Rainbow Fish.”

  3rd Annual Civic Group, Non-Profit Blood Drive Challenge happening at Central Mall

The Oklahoma Blood Institute will be hosting a blood drive Wednesday afternoon at Lawton Central Mall.

  Mountain Metro AMBUCS preparing for annual Trykes N’ Treads Car Show

Linda Mask, Chairwoman of the Mountain Metro AMBUCS talks to 7News about annual Trykes N' Treads Car Show

  Lawton City Council to discuss amending mask mandate

The Lawton City Council will be meeting Tuesday at 2 p.m.

  Lawton kids show entrepreneurial spirit with lemonade stand

An entrepreneurial spirit and the power of social media put some Lawton kids in the spotlight today.

  Blood drive to help local nonprofit

The Oklahoma Blood Institute and City National Bank and Trust are partnering together to give away $500 to a nonprofit or civic group.

  Hiking group to host hike at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

A women’s hiking group from Kansas will be hosting a hike on Saturday at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.