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Do You Feel Safe Living In or Visiting Lawton, Fort Sill? [POLL]
It seems like we've had more than our fair share of shootings, stabbings, break ins, vehicle thefts and an apparent increase in overall violent crime and property crime in Lawton, Fort Sill lately. In the past few weeks I've had the same conversation over and over with friends, family and …
Lawton Voted #1 City in Oklahoma!
What an honor. This award and recognition couldn't have happened to a better town. With everything that's been going on lately with the pandemic and all the other craziness the timing for this is perfect, we could all us some good news in our lives. Well here it is: Lawton, Fort Sill has b…
Fort Sill Planning Prescribed Burn
Fort Sill is planning a prescribed or controlled burn for tomorrow morning (01-05-21) starting around 9:00am CST. So if you're out and about tomorrow and see smoke rising from Fort Sill know that it's under control and is being done deliberately to help prevent the possibility of future wi…
77th Army Band to Host Virtual Holiday Concerts!
77th Army Band "The Pride of Fort Sill" is planning a couple of virtual holiday concerts. Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic they were unable to perform live at McMahon Auditorium this year for their annual Yuletide spectacular. However, we'll still get to see them perform vir…
Fort Sill Makes Plans for Soldier Holiday Block Leave
FORT SILL, OK –Soldiers on Fort Sill will be able to take leave to travel home for the holidays this year during Holiday Block Leave (HBL). Getting our Soldiers home as safely as possible is our primary focus leading up to the holiday season. The holidays give our Soldiers the much needed and well d…
Great News for Ft Sill
The Department of the Army today announced plans for the reduction of the Regular Army from 490,000 to 450,000 Soldiers. This reduction of 40,000 Soldiers will occur in fiscal years 2016 and 2017.
Search Continues for Missing Fort Sill Soldier
Fort Sill emergency personnel, along with first responders from the Lawton Fire Department, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, an Oklahoma National Guard helicopter and units on post continue the search for 32 year-old Staff Sgt. David Lee Hawkins.
Fort Sill Emergency Services Recovers Car, Searches for Driver
Fort Sill firefighters and the Lawton Fire Department Swift Water Rescue Team recovered a vehicle this afternoon that was swept over the post’s Four-Mile Crossing by high water. Emergency responders are still searching for the driver, believed to be Staff Sergeant David Lee Hawkins, …

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