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USDA Waives Requirements for Grab-n-Go Meals

The United States Department of Agriculture has waived the requirement that each child must be in the vehicle or walk-up to receive a grab-and-go meal. This waiver goes into effect IMMEDIATELY, so meals may be collected without the child in the car beginning Friday, March 27.... Read More.

PCPS cancels upcoming prom

The Ponca City High School Junior/Senior Prom scheduled for April 18 has been canceled.  Currently, we cannot determine a safe time frame to reschedule, so it is impossible to confirm a definite date. However, the District is willing to explore other possible options, which comply... Read More.

Number of COVID-19 cases in Kay County rises to 11

As of 11 a.m. Thursday morning, there are 11 documented cases of COVID-19 in Kay County. Oklahoma State Health Department says that there are now 248 casesof COVID-19 reported statewide. Seven Oklahomans have died from the virus. Two of which were in Oklahoma County as... Read More.

PCPS March 25 COVID-19 Update

The following is an update from Ponca City Public Schools on Wednesday.   PCPS Families, Staff, and Community, Today, we learned that Oklahoma students will not return to the classroom for the remainder of the current school year, following a vote by the State Board of Education.... Read More.

U.S. Attorney’s Office warning of COVID-19 fraud schemes

The United States Attorney’s Office is warning the public to be aware of fraud schemes seeking to exploit the COVID-19 crisis. Scammers have already devised several methods, including fraudulent websites, contacting people by phone and email, and posting disinformation on social media platforms. Scams involve... Read More.

All Oklahoma Tribes Close Casinos Temporarily

Officials with the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association confirmed on Monday that all of its tribal members have closed their casinos temporarily. Although they are independent sovereign nations, each tribe is united under the common purpose of preserving the public health.

Blackwell Dentistry Limiting Service

Dr. Aaron Neale and Blackwell Dentistry have made a decision to limit services to emergency dental treatments until April 20th due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The staff will be performing treatments in emergency cases to help alleviate the burden that dental emergencies would place... Read More.