On too many occasions, I have had to console a family after their privacy and security were stolen by a burglar. Second degree burglary is technically a non-violent crime under Oklahoma law, but anyone who has come home to find their home ransacked knows it feels violent. In these cases, they are fortunate that only things, not lives, are taken, but the trauma is real and regaining peace of mind is an arduous task.
For 27 years, the Comanche Indians had waited for their second state wrestling title. Comanche would end the drought in dramatic fashion beating its arch rival Marlow in the finals, 37-32 to secure its first state wrestling championship since 1993.
A Comanche police officer was recognized for his service in the line of duty at the Comanche City Council meeting last Tuesday.
The Comanche Board of Education met in regular session Feb. 11.
The Comanche Indians gave the hometown fans a couple of close games in the final regular season home games for Senior Night against Kingston last Friday.