Yesterday the Blackwell Chamber of Commerce hosted the Annual Teachers Appreciation Breakfast. We are amazed each year at the generous donations we receive to support this event, and mainly to... Read More.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association meets tomorrow in regular session. You can view the agenda here: https://www.ossaa.net/docs/2016-17/HomeColumn1/MF_2016-17_August10BoardMeeting.pdf
(Kay County, Okla.) – The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma invites Kay County schools and students to participate in the 12th annual Students Against Hunger Food and Fund Drive, which runs from September 26 through November 11. Food donations stay local and help... Read More.
Activities continue as local schools get ready for their 2016-17 year. In Ponca City, seniors may pick up their schedules today until 10:30, and juniors may pick theirs up between 12:30-3:30 p.m. In Newkirk, teachers and staff continue professional development sessions today. Their district begins school... Read More.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, JULY 26, 2016 - The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association (OCA) and Oklahoma Ford Dealers invite you to attend the 32nd Anniversary OCA Range Round-Up Aug. 26 and 27. The Range Round-Up takes place at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Okla. Performances will... Read More.
(OKLAHOMA CITY) Starting August 26, 2016, Oklahoma law will change for people 17 or younger who are seeking a driver license with an M (motorcycle) endorsement. As of that date, riders age 17 or younger who are seeking a license with an M endorsement will... Read More.
Interstate 35 Southbound at mile marker 220 was closed for a while yesterday due to emergency repairs to a bridge. A hole was discovered in the bridge four miles north of US-60 at Hubbard Rd. (mm 220) in Kay County. Repairs began at 10:50 yesterday... Read More.
A 34-year-old Pawhuska man was injured in a one-vehicle accident in Osage County. Cody Yates was transported to St. Frances Hospital in Tulsa by Pawhuska EMS after the accident. It occurred just west of County Road 4251, a tenth of a mile west of Pawhuska. The... Read More.