Did you know that many area children won’t experience the magic of Christmas this year? It’s true. But we can change that. You can make a difference! Sunny 104.7, WBBZ and Papa Murphy’s are teaming with local non-profits to identify needy children and asking you to consider playing Santa by …Read More
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The high school wrestling season begins this week for the Ponca City Wildcats. Thursday night, the Cats travel to Blackwell to meet the Maroons. Match time is 7:00 and the dual will be broadcast on NewsTalk 1230 WBBZ beginning at 6:45. The match is at the Blackwell Fieldhouse.
The Ponca City Lighted Christmas Parade will be this Friday evening on Grand avenue. The parade begins at 6 p.m . The WBBZ/Sunny 104.7 Alliance Health Santa House will bring Santa Claus in at the end of the parade.
Northern Oklahoma and Southern Kansas were shaken awake this morning by a 4.7 magnitude earthquake. The quake was recorded at 3:30 a.m.
Updated 12 noon, Friday November 27 For the latest information from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, click here. ODOT crews treating slick highways and bridges in western Oklahoma; Travel discouraged in northwestern Oklahoma Highways remain slick and hazardous in the Panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma, including Woodward and surrounding areas, due to …Read More
Again this year ABC Family will air their annual Countdown to Christmas lineup of holiday movies and family features. Here’s the full schedule. Tuesday, December 1, 2015 7:00am – The Preacher’s Wife 11:00am – Disney’s A Christmas Carol 1:00pm – Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmas 2:30pm – The Life and …Read More
FOR THE LATEST PONCA POST REGION ROAD CONDITIONS, CLICK HERE. ICE STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON CST SATURDAY… * TIMING: RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO TRANSITION TO FREEZING RAIN AND SLEET EARLY THIS MORNING ACROSS WESTERN AND NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA…WITH THE TRANSITION TO WINTER PRECIPITATION SPREADING SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST THROUGH THE WARNING …Read More
From the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Highways are slick and hazardous in the Panhandle and northwestern Oklahoma, including the Woodward area, as freezing precipitation continues. Oklahoma Department of Transportation crews are treating highways and bridges in these areas and travel is discouraged. Slick conditions on bridges are also reported in …Read More