Last week, a total of 21 positive in-school COVID-19 cases were reported for Ponca City Public Schools, which was an increase from 18 cases the previous week. The week of Nov. 16 reflected the highest number of COVID-19 cases the district has experienced in... Read More.
A Fatality collision occurred at 7:34 a.m. Saturday morning on Interstate 35, 9 miles north of Perry near mile marker 196 in Noble County. Suresh Shrestha, 23, of Junction City was driving a 2020 Toyota Corolla southbound, departed the roadway right and impacted the rear... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 3,406 new positive COVID-19 cases for Sunday, Nov. 22, and 9,990 new cases since Thursday, Nov. 19. Oklahoma's seen 174,330 COVID-19 cases overall as 32,384 cases are active. Since Thursday, there have been 46 virus-related deaths reported... Read More.
Opening night: Friday November 20 Main Street Enid is bringing Enid its FIRST ice rink! This would not be possible without the support from presenting sponsor Jiffy Trip, official media sponsor Williams Media Group, and many other generous sponsors in our community. Located in Downtown Enid, the Stride Bank Center parking... Read More.
Ponca City, OK------ Pioneer Technology Center is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students. Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases in Kay County, they are moving to an alternate learning schedule, warranted to protect student and staff health. Beginning Monday, November... Read More.
The entire Ponca City Public School District Pivoting to Distance Learning, and all Extra-Curricular Activities & Practices Discontinued During Closure. The Ponca City Board of Education held a Special Meeting on Thursday, November 19, to review and discuss current COVID-19 data... Read More.
Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell will speak during the Ponca Politics Committee meeting Friday at 11 a.m. at City Central in the Summit Room. The Public is invited to attend. Lt. Gov. Pinnell will speak for 30 minutes and then take questions. Matt Pinnell was... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is reporting 2,915 new positive COVID-19 cases for Thursday, Nov. 19. Oklahoma's seen 164,340 COVID-19 cases overall as 30,484 cases are active. 18 additional virus-related deaths were documented Thursday to put the statewide death toll to 1,588. None of... Read More.