Community Focus 7-31-2020

Aug 3, 2020

Triston Wright, along with others in the black community of Lawton, has started a new organization called Local Black Minds. They are a socially and politically driven, grass-roots advocacy organization, and their first order of business is voter registration. 

The Texoma Report 7-27-2020

Jul 29, 2020

Fall classes will resume in a matter of weeks for all of Oklahoma's universities. Cameron President Dr. John McAurther discusses Cameron University's plans for students returning to on-campus housing. 

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is re-opening some of it's most popular areas.

Oklahoma is reporting 1,401 new ositive cases of coronavirus, a new record high for a single day. 

The Texoma Report 7-28-2020

Jul 29, 2020

The OKDAFF has received numerous reports from Oklahomans stating they have received unsolicited seeds from foreign countries. 

The US Western District Court of Oklahoma ruled against Governor Kevin Stitt in the dispute over tribal gaming compacts. 

Two physicians groups say they can't support a statewide return to in-person learning next month at Oklahoma's K-12 schools. 

The Texoma Report 7-29-2020

Jul 29, 2020

A social media post exposing possible resident neglect at the Lawton VA Center attracts the attention of local legislatures. 

OCCC announced it's 17,000 students will be taking all thier fall 2020 classes online.

The Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce teams up with Cosmetic Specialty Labs to raise money to help them fight financial strain due to Covid-19.

The Texoma Report 7-24-2020

Jul 24, 2020

Epic Charter School has become the largest distric in Oklahoma due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health says it will expand its coronavirus contact tracing by texting people. 

The Muscogee Creek Nation has passed a bill reinstating free press for their media outlet, Muscogee Media.