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  1. One Big FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altus Times

    ... after typing than I thought I would be. It is the best time in this area's history to be an athlete growing up around Altus. You have incredible opportunities to be successful and know you are being lead in competition by coaches that know their ...

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  2. Bedlam Tailgate Dinner, Auction to benefit Project NoelRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altus Times

    ... to show your team spirit and see whose fans can win the bedlam challenge by raising the most money for Project Noel Altus. Neutral tables will be available for non-Sooner/Cowboy fans. The meal will include smoked brisket, hot dogs, baked beans, ...

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  3. Organizers prepare for Project NoelRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altus Times

    Project Noel Altus co-organizers, Mitzi Pate and Nancy Danzler, announce that Project Noel Altus 2014 is under way. Once again the Department of Human Services and First United Methodist Church is partnering with the community to provide Project Noel Altus for needy children in Jackson County.

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  4. Beta Mothers Club donates itemsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altus Times

    Members of Beta Mothers Club of Altus collected two carloads full of groceries, treats, and pantry items to feed two local families over this Thanksgiving holiday season. Making the deliveries to the families on Wednesday morning were Rachel Terry and daughter Landry, Kelley Duncan, and Kaylee Thornbrough.

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  5. Incoming council briefed on water situationRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altus Times

    Altus City Councilman Dwayne Martin brings incoming Council members "up to speed" on the City's water issues with a presentation, "Altus' Water Challenges and Solutions," given on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Altus City Councilman Dwayne Martin brings incoming Council members "up to speed" on the City's water issues with a presentation, "Altus' Water Challenges and Solutions," given on Tuesday, Nov. 24. Incoming candidates for City Council engage Council member Dwayne Martin and audience members in a discussion for alternative sources of water to the City of Altus. From left: Chris Riffle for Ward IV, Doyle Jenks for Ward I, and running candidates Jimmy Geigle and Kevin McAuliff for Ward II.

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  6. Lions Club hosting Breakfast with SantaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Altus Times

    The Altus Lions Club will hold it's annual "Breakfast With Santa" visit from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. Children of all ages can have pancakes and all the trimmings and visit with Santa on his first stop of his busy day in Altus. To sweeten the pot, Altus Lions will give away 50 Candy Cane Cash tickets for every advance adult ticket purchased for the breakfast.

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  7. AJH Lady Dawgs 8th wins, 7th fallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Altus Times

    The Altus Junior High 8th grade girls won their second game in a row on Monday night by defeating the Cache Lady Bulldogs 30-17. Altus made short work of this game taking an 11-2 lead after the first quarter.

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  8. Altus night parade will have 'LeGrand' MarshalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Altus Times

    Altus Christmas Parade Action Group President Debbie Davis and Altus Chamber of Commerce President Brian Bush look at the map of Altus, pointing at Bunker Hill, where the "Christmas Night of Lights" Parade will begin. Altus Christmas Parade Action Group President Debbie Davis and Altus Chamber of Commerce President Brian Bush look at the map of Altus, pointing at Bunker Hill, where the "Christmas Night of Lights" Parade will begin.

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  9. Salvation Army hosting free Thanksgiving mealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Altus Times

    The Salvation Army of Altus is inviting anyone and everyone to this year's Community Thanksgiving Dinner. The meal will be held on Thursday, Nov. 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Salvation Army Dining Hall , 1100 N Park Lane.

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  10. Coats donated in memory of Floyd BushRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Altus Times

    The Altus Fire Department is collecting winter coats this holiday season to give out to Altus residents and children in need of warm clothing. The Bush family recently donated a large selection new coats to both 'Coats for Kids' and Mission on Wheels in memory of Floyd Bush.

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  11. Turkey giveaway feeds 125 familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Altus Times

    Over 125 families will be enjoying a delicious turkey dinner this Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday thanks to the Billionaire Flyy Gang, LLC., of Altus, who held their 2nd Annual Turkey Giveaway at Mr. Bills on W. Broadway, on Tuesday, Nov. 24. The group gave out free hot chocolate and raffled off delicious cakes while folks waited in line to pick up their turkey. The Billionaire Flyy Gang rounded up some frozen turkeys from local businesses and individuals making the event a success.

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  12. Linda Joyce Oxford Trout NobleRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Breckenridge American

    ... for 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, at First United Methodist Church in Breckenridge. Linda was born Dec. 2, 1948 in Altus, Okla. to Newell and Suda Oxford. Linda is survived by her two children: Michael Trout and Stephanie Trout, both of McKinney; and ...

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  13. Weekend rain timely for area wheat cropsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Altus Times

    Weekend rains were a welcome sight as up to 2" of reported precipitation fell on Altus and Jackson County. The official rainfall amount from Altus Air Force Base Weather was 1-1/2".

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  14. Jackson County 4-H Rockin' Rabbit Club makes donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Altus Times

    ... Expo Center. This fundraiser not only benefited the Rockin' Rabbit Club, but also other groups and organizations in Altus. The club leader, Joy Finch, along with club parents decided to donate left over items to local groups and organizations. They ...

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  15. Crowds enjoy Christmas in the Park opening nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | Altus Times

    Coloring contest winners, 6 year old Victoria Blanco and 8 year old Maggie Miller of Altus, had the honor of "Lighting Up the Lights" for Christmas in the Park on Monday, Nov. 24. Coloring contest winners, 6 year old Victoria Blanco and 8 year old Maggie Miller of Altus, had the honor of "Lighting Up the Lights" for Christmas in the Park on Monday, Nov. 24. "Christmas In The Park" officially began last night with the "Lighting up the Lights" where two young ladies from Altus, got to flip on the main power switch, illuminating thousands of lights throughout Hightower Park.

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  16. Coaches' mentoring challenge in final push to recruit mentors for Oklahoma youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Altus Times

    The Boren Mentoring Initiative, which is helping coordinate the statewide campaign led by Oklahoma coaches, announced that Oklahoma has recruited 2,868 mentors since August, which represents 32.8 percent of the 8,735 mentors recruited among seven participating states in the Coaches' Mentoring Challenge. Among the participating coaches is Navajo ISD cross country and golf coach Patricia Bryce of Altus.

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  17. Altus businessman on NYC MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Altus Times

    Four separate waive starts were separated into three groups which were then divided into seven subgroups or "corrals" of about 600. The waives were grouped by proven run times and Greenlee was corralled into the first group.

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  18. Festival of Trees set for Dec. 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Altus Times

    ... and Humanities Council's 28th Annual Festival of Trees will be held on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 6:30 p.m., at the Days Inn Altus, 2804 North Main Street. This festive evening offers musical entertainment, a dinner buffet and desserts; along with the ...

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  19. Fergeson among those honored as a Nonprofit Visionary LeaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Altus Times

    The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits celebrated Visions : A Celebration of Nonprofit Leadership a memorable evening honoring four remarkable individuals for their selfless, continued efforts within the nonprofit sector in Oklahoma. A. Jaye Johnson with Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County, Tim McLaughlin with Fields and Futures; Long-time banker and community leader Ken Fergeson of Altus; and Albert Gray, CEO of The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital.

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  20. AJH basketball girls 7th loses in 2OT, 8th winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Altus Times

    The Altus Junior High 7th grade Lady Dawgs dropped a heartbreaking 25-20 decision to the Elgin Lady Owls on Thursday night in double overtime. Altus fell behind early after the first quarter going into the second frame down 9-7.

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