The Ponca City High School Student Council is holding their annual philanthropy week, WILD Week, Monday April 24 through Saturday April 29. WILD stands for Wildcats Impacting Lives Directly. The council has initiated this week in order to give students a sense of giving... Read More.
Jared Flores is the Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa Student-Athlete of the Week for the week ending April 2. Head baseball coach Ryan Bay nominated Flores, saying, “Jared got the win throwing a complete game against Hesston, striking out five and giving up 3 earned runs. Jared... Read More.
The sixth annual Tonkawa Community Earth Day Celebration kicks off with a Baked Potato Bar supper at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 22, followed by live music and activities for the entire family. Tonkawa Friends of the Library will host the baked potato bar... Read More.
Traffic on E. Grand in Ponca City will be blocked for a short period of time Friday. A crane will be deployed in the area of 200 E. Grand beginning at 8 a.m. While the crane completes some HVAC work for the top of a building,... Read More.
New scholarships established through the Northern Oklahoma College Foundation are the Hullet Family Scholarship Fund and the Nevona Kegans Scholarship Fund, according to Kirby Tickel-Hill, director of development and donor relations. Judy Hullet and Connie Mack Hullet attended Northern after graduating from Tonkawa... Read More.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross Receipts to the Treasury in March fell below collections from March of last year following two months in which receipts showed marginal growth, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced today during a news conference at the State Capitol.
A commercial vehicle accident stopped some traffic in Kay County last night. OHP Troopers were called to the scene about 7:40 p.m. A semi-trailer rig was overturned in the median on I-35 southbound at mile marker 220. ODOT officials diverted traffic at the Blackwell exit (MM... Read More.