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Leadership Oklahoma Taking Applications Now

From A Press Release Leadership Oklahoma, a statewide leadership program in its thirtieth year, is now accepting applications for its 2017-18 adult class. The organization accepts a class of 52 members each year. The criterion for selection includes demonstrated leadership on the part of applicants in their... Read More.

Local Organizations/Individuals Hopeful For May Awards

Several local entities will compete for state awards during the Oklahoma Main Street banquet in May. The City of Newkirk has been nominated for community of the year. Also, Newkirk's Carly Morgan has been nominated for 'hero of the year'. Ponca City will be well represented.... Read More.

OHP: Did You Witness This Accident?

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is currently investigating a fatal crash that occurred at about 1:30 p.m. March 18 on the Turner Turnpike near Wellston. There have been numerous postings on social media regarding this crash that have been less... Read More.

Severe Weather Awareness: Some Guidelines

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEWS Ponca City Emergency Management SEVERE WEATHER STORM RISK Severe weather season is upon us, so it’s time to review the Severe Storm Risk categories from the National Weather Service. Although local news stations may have risk categories that are somewhat different, the NWS system... Read More.

Animal Cruelty Case In Osage County

Officials in Osage County are investigating a case of animal cruelty. Sources there indicate someone shot and killed most of an entire litter of puppies. The incident was discovered Sunday when two ladies were going fishing. They found five puppies shot and killed and one surviving... Read More.

4.0 Quake Hits In Oklahoma

The U.S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude 4.0 earthquake and two smaller temblors have struck Oklahoma. The larger quake was recorded Wednesday near Stroud, located about 60 miles east of Oklahoma City. Two smaller quakes were also recorded. A magnitude 2.7 quake struck near Fairview... Read More.

Osage Nation Redefines Marriage

In a surprisingly low turnout, the Osage Nation has voted to change their definition of marriage. Less than 350 people turned out at the polls on Monday, although 1,100-plus people voted absentee. 53 percent were in favor of the change, which will now define marriage as... Read More.