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Ponca City Public Schools Cat Care Olympics

PONCA CITY - All students enrolled in the PCPS after-school care program, Cat Care, have just finished competing in the first annual Cat Care Olympics. Students competed site against site. Each school competed to record which site completed the largest number of the following... Read More.

Vehicle and motorcycle collide Tuesday in Ponca City

PONCA CITY - Ponca City Police responded to an injury accident that occurred just before 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening at the intersection of 14th Street & Lake Road in Ponca City. The accident involved a vehicle and a motorcycle. Ambulance later arrived on scene as... Read More.

PCPS graduate selected as top 10 freshman at OSU

STILLWATER - Oklahoma State University Mortar Board Honor Society has selected and announced this year’s Top 10 freshmen men and women. Ponca City High School graduate Kase Anderson has been selected as one of the Top 10 Freshmen men. Anderson is majoring in Finance... Read More.

Apply for absentee ballots for Kildare School Election

NEWKIRK - Voters in Kay County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the Nov. 12, 2019 Kildare School District C-50 Special Bond Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Cheryl Howard said today.  Although the County Election Board... Read More.

OBI Bedlam Blood Battles October 2019

PONCA CITY - It’s football season and the Bedlam Blood Battle is on!  Blood donors can now receive Bedlam-themed t-shirts, featuring your favorite coaches!   Healthy adults*, age 16 and older, can make a life-saving difference for their fellow Oklahomans by giving blood at one of... Read More.

Scott Carter speaking at NOC

 TONKAWA - Longtime Oklahoma journalist and Northern Oklahoma College alumni M. Scott Carter will lecture on free speech at NOC Wednesday, Oct. 23.   Carter will speak at the Carolyn Renfro Event Center in room 112 on the NOC Tonkawa campus... Read More.

Kaw Dam Road crossing to be closed Oct. 23

PONCA CITY - On Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Kaw Dam Road crossing will be closed for removal of equipment stored in the Dam. The road will reopen the same day, Oct. 23, when the work is completed.