There is nothing like waking up Thanksgiving morning to the aroma of dinner in the oven! Whether you are a fan of turkey or ham for your holiday meal, one thing is for sure, we all like to eat on this day of giving thanks.
By nature, I am a planner. Now, I am not going to say that I am always the best at following through with my plans, but I like to have at least an idea in my head of how I want to handle certain days, like Valentine's Day.
The spirit of Christmas is alive and well and living within the Lawton Firefighters Association. Recently, the LFA put together a program with area Walmart stores to bring holiday cheer to kids who will spending the Christmas season in the hospital.
The First Baptist Church of Lawton and Ft. Sill is putting the final preparations for their presentation of their 36th annual Living Christmas Tree, coming this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Church, located at the corner of Fifth and B Ave in Lawton.
With the holiday season upon us, we know that it is always better to give than to receive. But there are some of those among us who will use people's charitable spirit and turn it against them, while others who intend good, will not always have the best ideas in mind for your contributions.
Santa is starting to gear up his busy holiday schedule, and it will include an appearance this Saturday in Marlow as he joins the Marlow Christmas Parade, which is scheduled to get underway at 10 a.m., marching right down Main Street. Santa will be the featured guest, and will be bringing plenty of c…