Texoma Fire District: Looking for a Few Good Men and Women!


The Texoma Fire District responded to a Search and Rescue on May 10 regarding a drowning on Lake Texoma. Our prayers and sympathy go out to the family.

Now that it seems summer has come to the lake, no school and more kids running around, I would like to remind everyone riding golf carts, ATV’s, motorcycles, and other recreational vehicles, there are signs on Washita Point Road regarding speed limits and driving requirements. Please take these into consideration before letting your young folks go on these vehicles. There are still several golf carts seen with individuals riding standing on the back of the cart. This is extremely dangerous.

Monday, May 18 at 1:30 p.m., the TFD Auxiliary meeting will be held at the Training Center. We will be observing the CDC and State requirements for those that decide to attend. Also, the Training Center is now available for card games, exercising, etc. as of Monday May 11, please abide by CDC and State requirements.

All adults, male or female, interested in joining the Texoma Volunteer Fire Department, please contact Chief Todd Cissell at (580) 565-4491. Everyone is welcome, men and women. Without the volunteers to protect our homes out here in the country, we wouldn’t have any protection at all. These men and women are the last defense we have out here in the country, so consider joining. The fire department truly needs your support.

On Wednesday evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., the Lighthouse United Methodist Church will start back their “No Strings Attached” meals, however, there will be some important changes. You will be able to drive thru the Church parking lot and pickup your meals. Please STAY IN YOUR VEHICLES, do not get out, your meals will be brought to you from 5pm to 6pm.

Thank you and everyone stay safe!