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2:01 pm
Tue January 13, 2004

NPR Correspondent to Speak at Cameron Commencement

Lawton, Ok. – Cameron University President Cindy Ross has announced that National Public Radio correspondent Linda Wertheimer will deliver the keynote address at the May 8 graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. at the Cameron Stadium.
Ross said, "Commencement is the culmination of any college student's academic experience and I am very pleased that Cameron students, their families and friends will have an opporunity to celebrat that success by hearing from someon of Linda Werthheimer's experience and caliber."

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4:52 pm
Wed January 7, 2004

Cameron Gears Up for Spring Semester

Lawton, Ok. – Cameron University's spring semester classes are set to begin January 12 with enrollment continuing. A special enrollment session is set to help students who have been busy during intersession.
It takes place Saturday, January 10, 10 a.m. till 1 p.m. on the Lawton campus plus at the Duncan Higher Education Center.
Financial aid information, advisors, the bookstore and more will be open on campus for the students' convenience. For more information, call 580-581-2211.

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11:05 am
Mon January 5, 2004

From Record Highs to Frigid Winter in New Year

Lawton, Ok. – Texoma residents who were enjoying playgrounds, taking down holiday decorations and other outdoor activities with some record-setting highs in the 80 degree range on January 2, were chilled to the bone by a weekend cold front's effects bringing single digit windchill readings to the area by the morning of January 5.
Unfortunately, people who live in many areas of western and southern Oklahoma plus north Texas saw just a trace if any precipitation to end the conditions for high fire danger with the front's passage.

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4:55 pm
Mon December 29, 2003

OBI Calls for Holiday Blood Donors, Giving Bowl T-shirt

Lawton, Ok. – The Oklahoma Blood Institute is trying to replenish the blood supply which typically runs low during the busy holiday season. This year the flu is also keeping possible donors away and that has OBI officials concerned as they supply 90 Oklahoma hospitals as well as the U.S. troops in Iraq with blood.

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3:22 pm
Mon December 29, 2003

Funeral Set Dec. 30 for Trooper Green Murdered Dec. 26

Lawton, Ok. – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investgation and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol set up their command post near Randlett in Cotton County as they continued to probe the Dec. 26 shooting death of Trooper Nikky Green. The 35-year old Green was investigating a man and a suspicious car on a rural road not far from his Devol home early Friday morning when he was killed.

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