If you have an outstanding warrant through the Ponca City Municipal Court, please contact Sgt. Jerry Hall of the Police Department. Hall will schedule an appointment with you to appear before the Judge to make payment arrangements for fines. A minimum of $100 is... Read More.
Under the direction of David Christy, Head Band Director, Andrew Orr, Keith Crocker and Chad Keilman, Assistant Band Directors, the Po-Hi Big Blue Band earned another Superior rating at the Regional Marching Contest in Broken Arrow. David Christy said, "This is the second consecutive year... Read More.
Ponca City DECA chapter officers recently attended the Oklahoma BPA-DECA Fall Leadership Conference at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Norman, Oklahoma. The six chapter officers attended various leadership and planning workshops to help improve their skills while leading their home chapter... Read More.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEWS Ponca City Emergency Management DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS FOR THE YEAR Daylight Saving Time comes to an end this weekend. Before you go to bed on November 5, set your clocks back one hour. That means that instead of coming home with plenty of... Read More.
Tuesday, November 8 at 11:30 a.m. we will have a Chamber Lunch and Learn on how we need to be re-evaluating employee positions under the new Federal Labor Standards Act. This will affect every business in Ponca City. Cost will be $10 per person and... Read More.
From Staff Reports The Osage County Detention Center is being investigated. Reports of mistreatment have made some area television newscasts. Up to six residents of the facility were removed recently and placed in other state centers after a reported confrontation between an inmate and a guard. The inmates... Read More.
Ponca City Senior High School will be hosting their Wildcat Winter Sports Bash on Thursday, November 10 at 6:00 p.m. inside Robson Fieldhouse. Student athletes from all winter sports will be announced and come out on the gym floor to be recognized. Winter... Read More.
The Tonkawa City Council said ‘no’ to a proposed tobacco-free plan for the city. The ordinance would have made all city-owned property, including city parks, tobacco free. City streets, sidewalks and alleyways would have been exempt. The council did pass a related ordinance. It called for... Read More.