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Heavy Lines

Heavy Lines

Elia Merel is currently a senior at Cameron University studying for her BFA in both Graphic Design and Printmaking. Originally from Germany, she grew up in a military family constantly surrounded by people of many ethnic backgrounds, religions, and cultures. Being within [Read More]

The Cosmic Nomad

The Cosmic Nomad

Lindsey Morris is a print maker and sculptor by degree but much more considers herself part of the art underground scene rather than the fine art world. Morris knew art ran through her veins since she was a young girl and today she is fufilling her dreams. “I grew up in a [Read More]

Remembering Traci Young

Remembering Traci Young

She wore sandals on stage as she sang. Her voice held a slight rasp and a raw sweetness that was like honey to hear. An early autumn breeze was coming in through the door, but she made the season warm like an everlasting summer. Traci Young was performing at a local pub, [Read More]

Taylor B’s Beat: July 2013 Edition

Taylor B’s Beat: July 2013 Edition

The advent of July beckons fireworks, hot nights, and Independence Day. Americans everywhere will celebrate the anniversary of our country’s founding on the Fourth and the following songs will stir national pride at any party.             Every mix should begin [Read More]

The Night No One Died: A Short Story

The Night No One Died:  A Short Story

Submitted by Leah Chaffins Lawton purred from the other side of my moonlit window. The cars and horns, the thumping and gunshots, were all a part of living in one of the rougher neighborhoods. It was the spring of 1996 and my husband, myself and our three month old daughter [Read More]

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Jenny Perry, Recipient of the 2016 One to Six Art Purchase Award

Jenny Perry, Recipient of the 2016 One to Six Art Purchase Award

(Lawton, OK) The One to Six Art Purchase Award was created to support the mission and goals of the Lawton Arts & [Read More]

2016 Lawton Cultural Award Winners Announced

2016 Lawton Cultural Award Winners Announced

(Lawton, OK) Since 1979, annually the City of Lawton and the Lawton Arts & Humanities Council asks the public to [Read More]

Cache Road Square to host Christmas for Kids drive

Cache Road Square to host Christmas for Kids drive

Coffee and Cars is hosting a toy drive to support Christmas for Kids on Saturday, December 10th. Stop by Cache Road [Read More]

LPD hosts 2nd Annual Community Christmas Tree event

LPD hosts 2nd Annual Community Christmas Tree event

LAWTON, OK – Students from the three Lawton high schools packed the Lawton Police Department for the 2nd Annual [Read More]

Helping Hands in Oklahoma

Helping Hands in Oklahoma

If you are in need of assistance with utilities, food, shelter, clothing, etc. please reference this list of available [Read More]