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Lyric named official theatre of Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY – Legislation designating Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma as the state’s official theatre has been signed into law.  Senate Bill 1385, the bipartisan measure bestowing the honor, was coauthored by Senate Democratic Leader Kay Floyd and House Majority Leader Jon Echols and takes effect Nov. 1, 2022. more

On this day in history: John Wayne wins academy award for True Grit

Legendary actor John Wayne won the only Academy Award he would get in his lifetime on April 7, 1970, for his portrayal of U.S. Marshall Rooster Cogburn in True Grit. John Wayne, also known as The Duke, appeared in about 150 movies over the course of his career. more

Saxophonist, arranger and composer Denis DiBlasio to headline Cameron University Jazz Festival

Saxophonist, arranger and composer Denis DiBlasio will headline the 2022 Cameron University Jazz Festival, joining the CU Jazz Ensemble and the Lawton Jazz Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8, in the University Theatre. The Aggie Jazz Academy, a group of high school students from throughout southwest Oklahoma, will also make a guest appearance. more

Miss Altus Teen scheduled for Feb. 5, 2022

Miss Altus and Miss Altus Teen are combining this year and will both be held Feb. 5, 2022, at 7:30 p.m. at the Herschal H Crow Auditorium at Western Oklahoma State College. All seats are reserved so … more

It pays to be cautious when living online

STILLWATER – Much of the public lives online today from shopping and banking to communicating with friends and family. While convenient, sharing information online is risky. October is Cyber … more

Cotton Festival scheduled for Nov. 6, 2021

The Frederick Chamber is gearing up for its 14th annual Cotton Festival scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 6.  Activities are scheduled throughout the day, including the Chili Cook-Off, entertainment, … more


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