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  Comanche Nation provides free rides to elders getting vaccinated-1/11/21

The Comanche Nation is providing free transportation for anyone 65 and older wanting to get their COVID-19 vaccine starting Monday, January 11th.

  Medwatch: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

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  Local doctor explains when hospice should be called

  UPDATE: Comanche County courthouse closure

  MEDWATCH: The Great American Smokeout

One in five Oklahomans smoke, which is higher than the national average.

  Lawton Ranger fights for life battling COVID-11/20/20

Curtis Sims, a longtime member and current Vice President of the Lawton Rangers, is now fighting for his life at OU Medical Center.

  Comanche County courthouse closure

The Comanche County Courthouse will be closing down courtrooms, court clerks offices, and district attorneys offices to the public.

  Oklahoma Blood Institute welcomes convalescent plasma donors

Oklahoma Blood Institute is now welcoming walk-in convalescent plasma donors to donor centers and open-to-public mobile blood drives.

  SWOK hospital join forces to deliver message to citizens during pandemic

It’s a unified message from Comanche County Memorial, Southwestern, Duncan Regional and Jackson County though they say it really boils down to personal responsi

  Health department gives tips ahead of Halloween weekend-10/28/20

Halloween is this weekend, and if you're planning on taking part in the festivities there are some additional COVID preventative measures you'll want to take.

  MedWatch: Doctor discusses importance of yearly mammograms-10/21/20

One in seven women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.

  MEDWATCH: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

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