The Annual McCord Craft Fair is this Saturday at McCord Elementary from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be over 60 vendors with unique crafts and hand-made items, plus a concession stand serving breakfast and lunch. And, of course, you can enjoy McCord's famous cinnamon... Read More.
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The Ponca City Police Department is partnering with the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office to remind drivers that local schools will be observing fall break this Thursday and Friday. Students will be riding bikes, riding and playing in their neighborhoods and in parks these few days... Read More.
The operator of one of Oklahoma's first medical marijuana businesses says he's selling seedlings as fast as he can produce them. Scott Huffman, the owner of Wild Herb LLC in Fairfax, says he can produce about 40 marijuana seedlings per week and that demand... Read More.
The Ponca City Chamber of Commerce is hosting two ribbon cutting ceremonies this week. The first is at 10 a.m. Tuesday for The Attic Boutique located at 322 East Grand Avenue. The second ribbon cutting is on Wednesday at 10 a.m. for Grand Lake... Read More.
In high school football last week, games kicked off on Thursday Night as Perry defeated 27-12. On Friday, Po-Hi lost at home to Sand Springs 35-14, Blackwell lost at Mannford 35-20, Tonkawa defeated Morrison 20-12, Enid lost to Norman 43-25, Stillwater remains 7-0 after... Read More.
The first major cold front of the fall season arrived in Oklahoma Sunday Afternoon, dropping temperatures, bringing sub-freezing cold and the first snow to Northwest Oklahoma and the Panhandle. Ponca City and areas westward are under a Freeze Warning until 10 a.m. Monday Morning.... Read More.
The City of Ponca City's Development Services Department is seeking information from the public to determine the extent of any damage that my have occurred to homes and businesses from recent flood waters. Multiple storm events have produced up to 7.49 inches of rainfall... Read More.
As of Thursday morning, here are some of the road closures still in place across Northern Oklahoma. KAY COUNTY US-177 north of the State Highway 11 intersection in Blackwell remains closed due to high water from the Chikaskia River. US-77 between Fountain Road south of Tonkawa and... Read More.
With the heavy amount of rain that has affected the area over the past week, rivers such as the Arkansas and Walnut in Southern Kansas, and the Salt Fork of the Arkansas and Chikaskia in Northern Oklahoma have brought flooding problems to those along... Read More.