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OHP And ODOT Offering Motorcycle Safety Course

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation have partnered to offer FREE Motorcycle safety courses on COLLISION AVOIDANCE. The course will take place at the Ponca City Airport Saturday, September 15 at 8 a.m. Only 30 spots are available, and you... Read More.

Walnut Valley Land Rush To Take Place Sunday

Officials at Walnut Valley Association have announced that the Land Rush for this year's Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, KS will take place Sunday, September 9 at 1 p.m. Festival officials delayed the Land Rush, the traditional Thursday "race" to claim campsites, because of concerns... Read More.

Walnut Valley Festival To Promote Health And Well-Being

The officials at the Walnut Valley Association have announced that this year's Walnut Valley Festival will feature several initiatives focused on promoting health and well-being, all of them relying on partnerships with local organizations and businesses. Festival organizers have teamed up with William Newton Hopsital's... Read More.

Po-Hi Student Council Hosts Door Decorating Contest

The Ponca City High School Student Council hosted a door decorating contest as one of their spirit activities. Contest judges were Superintendent Shelby Arrott, Head Football Coach Scott Harmon, and Rebecca Higgins, Po-Hi Registrar. The winning door was created by Ms. Holly Ladner and... Read More.

Ponca City High School Hosting A College Day

The Ponca City High School is hosting a College Day on Tuesday, September 11. Representatives from 30 to 40 colleges, universities, armed services and technical schools will gather in the Old Girls Gym at the High School from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.Junior and... Read More.

New Bridges To Be Built East Of Blackwell

If you drive east of Blackwell often on Highway 11, you've probably noticed how old and bumpy the bridges over and around the Chikaskia River are. Things are about to change! According to the Blackwell Journal Tribune, the construction for new bridges is planned... Read More.