Taking the field for the first time since a boating accident at Lake Waurika took the life of their seven-year-old teammate, Kyndi Beth Harkins, the Dirt Divas softball team honored her before their game in the end of the season tournament.
Comanche police officer Brent Christy was involved in a pursuit in the early hours of Monday morning.
There have been several questions about whether the City of Comanche was going to hold its annual fireworks celebration with the uncertainty relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Voters will go to the polls next Tuesday for the June 30 Primary Election, Stephens County Election Board Secretary Angela Dunagan said Monday. Also, voters in the City of Duncan, the City of Marlow and Marlow Public School districts will have additional ballots. Social distancing guidelines will be in place.
Comanche wrestling boosters will be selling fireworks at Edgewood store west of Comanche on Highway 53 beginning June 25 and continuing through July 4. The booth will open at 11 a.m. They can also take specific, special and large orders and will deliver. For more information contact: Christy White, 580-251-0031; Joie Bigford, 580- 251-0103; or Sandi Epperson, 580-656-2002