Larry Buck, long-time Pioneer Technology Center (PTC) board member and current President of the Board, announced his retirement at this month’s board meeting. “Pioneer Tech has greatly benefited by Larry Buck's 23 years of board service to the district. We are... Read More.
The state of Oklahoma broke a record on Wednesday, July 15, for the most positive COVID-19 cases reported in a single day. The Oklahoma State Department of Health documented 1,075 new positive COVID-19 cases, putting the state's total to 22,813 cases since testing started.... Read More.
Walmart has announced that it will soon require customers to wear face masks inside its stores. This new policy will begin July 20 and will impact more than 5,000 Walmart and Sam’s Club locations. The retail giant says 65% of its stores are already located... Read More.
The Ponca City High School administration would like to give parents and students an additional conduit for communication to share information about Po-Hi such as reopening plans, schedule pick-up, and other events or announcements throughout the school year. The ““Remind”” messaging service will be used... Read More.
A fatality collision occurred at approximately 11:29 p.m. Tuesday night on U.S. 177 just south of 32nd Avenue, approximately 1 mile south of Stillwater in Payne County. Avery Stinnett, 24, of Jones, OK. was driving a black 2018 Dodge Journey southbound on U.S. 177 in... Read More.
As per an NJCAA decision on Monday, Northern Oklahoma College and two-year institutions across the country are delaying athletic seasons until the spring semester. All teams will prepare for their seasons during the fall semester. Men’s and women’s basketball,... Read More.
PCPS Superintendent Shelley Arrott has created an informational video to explain the district’s “Return to Learn” Plan for the 2020-2021 school year. She explains the three learning options and some of the layers of protections the district will be implementing to ensure safety. Each... Read More.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health set a record on Tuesday, July 14, for the most amount of new positive COVID-19 cases in a single day. OSDH is reporting 993 new positive cases, putting Oklahoma's overall total to 21,738 cases since testing started, and... Read More.