Northern Oklahoma College announces its newest project to serve Native American as well as low-income students, made possible by a federal grant awarded last fall. Funded by a federal grant through the Native American-Serving Nontribal Institutions (NASNTI) program, the “Merging Tradition and Technology: Engaging Native... Read More.
On February 23, the Honorable Judge Brock swore in six community members as CASA volunteers. The newly appointed CASA volunteers join twenty-one other dedicated community members who have been trained and are advocating for foster children in the county’s deprived court system. As officers of... Read More.
The Process Technology (PTEC) Program at Northern Oklahoma College (Tonkawa Campus) is currently accepting applications for the fall 2017 semester. This is a two-year program that provides industry specific training for individuals interested in refining, oil and gas, and other process industries. Upon completion of the... Read More.
Things haven’t been going well in the Perry school district. The school board there has suspended Superintendent Scott Chenoweth. Attorneys and school district officials aren’t saying anything publicly about the suspension, but it comes about three weeks after a teacher’s aide was arrested and accused... Read More.
Authorities say a man has died and an unborn baby was lost after a crash in Pawnee County. According to reports, 22-year old Austin Franks of Fairfax was driving southbound on State Highway 18, about 3 miles north of Pawnee, at around 8:15 a.m. on... Read More.
Kay County Commissioners have approved a motion to enter into a lease agreement between the authority and the USDA. Attorney David Cummings said the plan is to pay the Use Tax Account back after the USDA loan is paid back. There is a 2.37 percent... Read More.
Tryouts for the 2017-2018 Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa Cheer Team are scheduled for Sunday, April 9 in the Foster-Piper Fieldhouse from 2-5 p.m. Tryouts will include stunting, tumbling, fight song, and a home cheer. In addition, open gym sessions will be held on... Read More.
Northern Oklahoma College sophomore Brandon Combs was awarded the Donald R. Hays Basketball Scholarship. Combs, son of Leroy Combs and Mary Levy, is an arts and science major from Oklahoma City. The scholarship award was established in 1991 by Eleanor Hays in memory of... Read More.