The Nominating Committee of the Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce, under the leadership of Adam Leaming, have put forth these names to be added to the 2017 Chamber Board of Directors: Gary Bintz, Mike Eckholt, Paul Kyler, Kim Seidel and Jay Underwood.
The Po-Hi Student Council was recognized by the Oklahoma Association of Student Council for their work on the local, state and national level. Po-Hi was one of three councils in their district to receive the Gold Chapter designation. Pictured presenting the Gold Chapter award... Read More.
Ponca City Public Schools have two rich musical middle school band programs filled with many aspiring young musicians. The West & East Middle School Concert Bands and Percussion Ensembles will perform their annual Christmas Concert on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:00 PM in the... Read More.
Terri K. Busch A select group of Pioneer Tech Welding Technology students tested for welding certifications. Students tested for Oklahoma Pipe Certification and AWS (American Welding Society) Structural Steel Certification. For more information about Pioneer Technology Center’s programs and initiatives, call 580-762-8336 or... Read More.
The Ponca City High School was placed on a precautionary lock down this morning after the Communication Center received a call from a motorist reporting a man walking by the Seventh Street Student parking lot had been seen carrying a long gun. The call... Read More.
Northern Oklahoma College Maverick Reggie Scurry has been nominated men’s basketball student-athlete of the week ending Nov. 27, according to Donnie Jackson, head men’s basketball coach. Jackson selected the 6’7” power forward for the honor, saying, “Reggie is having a very productive season for us... Read More.
Under the direction of David Christy, Head Band Director, Andrew Orr, Keith Crocker and Chad Keilman, Assistant Band Directors, 23 Ponca City High School Band members recently earned spots in the Red Carpet High School Honor Band based upon competitive tryouts that were held... Read More.
The Department of Public Safety announced today they will be implementing additional cost-saving measures to make up for a budget shortfall for FY17. Effective December 1, 2016 Troopers will have a daily 100-mile restriction on OHP patrol... Read More.