Chief Davis stated, “I want to thank the Citizens of Altus, City Council and the City Staff for allowing me the time to attend this unique course in leadership.
I have learned a lot about myself and different techniques in leadership, which I will be able to help the City of Altus through mentorship and passing on my new knowledge of leadership to the fire department staff and other staff members of the City of Altus.” The City of Altus congratulates Fire Chief Davis in this special achievement.
Officers of the Altus Police Department were honored to deliver clothes, toys, and food on Thursday afternoon and evening to numerous local families thanks to the plentiful donations of one woman, who chooses to remain anonymous.
It is not necessary to give a reason for voting absentee.
“While anyone can vote absentee without giving a reason, the law still provides several advantages to absentee voters in some categories,” Wilson said. Listen to the games live on KWHW 1450 AM and 93.5 FM.
Assisting in the arrests and investigation was the District III Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force and Agents from the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs.
The City of Altus is proud to announce that Fire Chief Kyle Davis is one of the most recent graduates of the Oklahoma Executive Fire Officer Leadership Program.