The 7th Annual Say Yes To The Prom Dress drive is back once again! Sponsored by Candy Girl Entertainment, this event was created for high school girls that cannot afford a prom dress. The only requirement is that she is registered in school.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A bill that will help more nonviolent offenders qualify for the Electronic Monitoring Program passed out of the Senate unanimously Tuesday. Senate Bill 456’s author, Sen. Bill Coleman, said the measure was needed to correct an oversight in state law... Read More.
A personal injury collision occurred at approximately 4:21 p.m. Tuesday afternoon on State Highway 51, a quarter of a mile east of Fairgrounds Road, one-and-a-half miles east of Stillwater in Payne County. One vehicle involved was a 2016 Toyota Corolla driven by Erica Waffle, 29,... Read More.
The Northern Oklahoma College Division of Fine Arts is presenting “Xanadu” March 4-7. The performances, directed by NOC Musical Theatre Instructor Chad Anderson, are in the Kinzer Performing Arts Center at NOC Tonkawa. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Thursday – Saturday and... Read More.
For the second year in a row, Stuteville Chevrolet of Ponca City has presented the PCPS Wildcat Theatre Company a very generous $5000 donation. Accepting the donation are (from l to r) Shelley Arrott (Superintendent), Ami Hensley (Wildcat Theatre Company Director), and Theatre Teacher... Read More.
In celebration of Black History Month, Northern Oklahoma College hosted Jonathan Waddell in Enid Thursday. Waddell spoke on the Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity; Exploring the African Diaspora and the Spread of Black Families Across the United States.
The state of Oklahoma is home to over five hundred museums and cultural organizations. These institutions and agencies of scientific discovery and culture serve as centers for preservation, presentation, and interpretation of Oklahoma’s heritage. In celebration of Oklahoma’s Museum Week, March 14... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 111 new COVID-19 cases for Tuesday. Oklahoma's seen 424,999 COVID-19 cases overall as 12,531 are active. The number of statewide active cases is 214 less than Monday. OSDH documented 56 new virus-related deaths on Tuesday as they... Read More.