A 1950's vintage Earl Wynn baseball glove found buried in the dirt by Sterling Public School teacher and basketball coach, Darrell Stanley, will soon be headed home for Christmas. The glove, inked with the name "Curtis Davis" is being returned to Medicine Park resident Candace McCoy after details reveal that the glove most likely belonged to her late father.

MEDICINE PARK - An unearthed vintage baseball glove will soon be making its way back to a family member just in time for Christmas after community members linked a handwritten name to Medicine Park.

Kenneth W. Sellens of Cache relates some details about his “souped up” 1932 Ford.

Hosted by The Old Plantation Restaurant, Riverside Cafe, Discover Medicine Park Oklahoma, Cobblestone Creamery, 1908 Emporium and The Plantation Inn

The group will hold their regular monthly meeting and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at the Prairie Bldg, Great Plains Coliseum - Fairgrounds, Lawton

LAWTON - Hallie Milner from Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) is the scheduled speaker for the Great Plains Republican Women meeting. The group will hold their regular monthly meeting and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept.

Medicine Park Post Office

MEDICINE PARK - Since last year the Town of Medicine Park has been working with the United States Postal Service in an effort to keep mail services local. Due to an expired lease extension, the USPS has notified residents that all services provided at the Medicine Park Post Office have been suspended as of Aug. 31. While the USPS will no longer be operating out of the building located at 191 E. Lake Drive in Medicine Park, one local business owner, Chad Thornton, has stepped up and offered an alternative solution.

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Brandishing a sword and hatchet, a Lawton man accused of threatening a local telecommunications company employee and attacking his utility vehicle, was placed under arrest yesterday afternoon.

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