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Medal of Honor nominee has ties to Fort Sill and Lawton
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WASHINGTON D.C. (KSWO)- President Trump is set to award our nation's highest military honor next month. And, the recipient -- Army Captain Gary Rose -- has ties to Fort Sill. Rose attended Field Artillery Officer Basic at Fort Sill in 1973. Rose ...

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18 people become new citizens
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Eighteen people from 10 nations were sworn in as U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony Friday that kicked off the three-day 38th Annual International Festival Friday in Elmer Thomas Park. The ceremony began with a Parade of Nations, followed ...

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Book swap draws crowd of young readers
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LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-Many Lawton children got a chance to spruce up their personal library on Saturday. Success by 6, A Smart Start Oklahoma Community with United Way of Southwest Oklahoma and Lawton Public Library held a children's book swap.



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Victor Copeland convicted in shooting
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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - The Lawton man accused of shooting two brothers in 2014, killing one of them, has been found guilty. After about three hours of deliberation, the jury unanimously found Victor Copeland guilty on all charges except conspiracy to ...



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New fence to stop pedestrians from crossing highway
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LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-In the past several weeks you may have seen workers with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation putting up black fences along I-44 starting at Gore Boulevard and going down to Lee Boulevard. They are working with the City of ...







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