A Perry man was hospitalized after a train/vehicle collision Saturday. 56 year old Ralph Nada was admitted to Stillwater Medical Center in stable condition with head and trunk external injuries. The accident occurred just after 11:30 in the morning on county road 200 .1 miles north... Read More.
Ponca City, OK— Pioneer Technology Center (PTC) will host a free personal finance class on Tuesday, April 11th from 10am – 12noon. Personal finances can be stressful for anyone running a business or a household. Learn from Bonnie Cook and Jeff Lockett, Business Coordinators... Read More.
We will have a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today at 2 p.m. for H & H Laboratory located at 400 Fairview, Suite 8. Please join us in welcoming Kelsey Holmes. Leadership Alumni luncheon will be Thursday, April 6th at 11:30 a.m. at the Ponca City Country... Read More.
Tonkawa voters will elect a new member of their city council Tuesday. Incumbent ward two city councilman Ken Smith is being challenged by John Ramey. Ramey is a retired Tonkawa Fire Chief, and has served as city manager and city clerk. Smith is serving as mayor. In... Read More.
The City of Newkirk gets ready to rock the vote Tuesday. Three candidates are vying for the commission seat being vacated by Kirk Brown. He chose not to seek reelection. Voters will cast their ballots for either Dereck Cassady, John Randolph, or Kasie Randolph. Absentee ballots are... Read More.
A Stillwater man was injured Wednesday in a collision in Osage County that killed a Shidler man. 28 year old Justin Lowe of Stillwater was driving a tractor trailer northbound about three miles south of Fairfax on state Highway 18 at about 11:14 a.m. when... Read More.
Wednesday morning March 29, 2017, before 4:30am a well-dressed white male entered the Ponca City Wal-Mart. He asked for assistance with computers. Two HP Envy laptops were removed from the secured displays and taken to the register by the department employee. Once at the... Read More.
At approximately 10:37 Wednesday morning, an earthquake registering a magnitude of 4.4 shook residents in Northern Oklahoma and Southern Kansas from an epicenter 7 miles east of Medford. Officials say the quake was recorded about 2 kilometers deep. No damages or injuries have been reported. You can track the latest... Read More.