Associated Press reports Gov. Fallin has lifted burn bans in half of the 14 counties where they have been in place due to extreme fire conditions. Yesterday Fallin said that recent rainfall has had a positive impact on some... Read More.
A lawsuit accusing an oil company of being responsible for damage caused by earthquakes in 2011 will go to trial. A judge ruled last week the class action lawsuit includes citizens with property in nine central Oklahoma counties that... Read More.
Lady Wildcat Head Basketball Coach Jody Fincher announces Ponca City Lady Cats basketball Camp is May 29 through June 1. The Ponca City Lady Cats and Staff are coming off of another great season that saw the Lady Cats... Read More.
Bowlers Kimberlyn and Jessica Hamlin of Ponca City completed the final leg of the Southwest Gold Tour. Kimberlyn placed second and Jessica was first in their respective divisions. Jessica qualified for the Junior Gold National Tournament in Dallas in... Read More.
A Memorial Day Service will be held Monday, May 28 at the Billings Union Cemetery starting at 11 a.m. Kurtis Stoll will be the speaker. Taps will be played by John Chestnut and Kevin Stoll will be in charge... Read More.
A celebration to say goodbye to retired Kay County Sheriff Everette Van Hoesen, who died Saturday at age 69, will be Wednesday at Grace Episcopal Church at 2 PM, with a graveside send off at Resthaven immediately following. Services... Read More.
On Friday, May 25th, Hospice of North Central Oklahoma Inc. will host the 25th Annual Hospice Memorial Golf Tournament at Lew Wentz Memorial Golf Course in Ponca City. Shot-gun start is at 8:00 a.m. and refreshments and snacks will... Read More.
Everette Van Hoesen, who worked for the Ponca City Police department for 25 years before being elected Kay County Sheriff died Saturday morning. Van Hoesen was 69 years old. Ponca City Police Chief Don Bohon said “His death is... Read More.