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Whimsey Of Ponca City Selling T-Shirts For Veterans

Attention Veterans! Stop in at Whimsey, 318 East Grand in Ponca City and get your DD-214 Alumni T-Shirt. A portion of the proceeds to go to the clients of the Opportunity Center and also will go towards the Veteran's Day Parade to help them... Read More.

Highway Closures In Northern Oklahoma Due To Flooding

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation released an update at 11 a.m. of road closings and openings across Northern Oklahoma. The following highways listed below are impacted by water. ALFALFA COUNTY SH-45 from the junction of US-281 in Woods County east to Carmen in Alfalfa County is... Read More.

Loaded Baked Potato Dinner For The Harmony House

A Loaded Baked Potato Feast Fundraiser for The Harmony House will be held at Hospice, 445 Fairview on Friday, October 26 @ Hospice of North Central Oklahoma. "Evans Fireside Rooms" Donations are $9 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. This includes... Read More.

Free Public Education For Medicare In Blackwell

Puzzled over Medicare Enrollment? Attend a free public education on Friday, October 12th at 3 p.m. in the Kay Room at Blackwell Regional Hospital. Judy Rupp, a Certified Medicare Assistance Counselor by the Oklahoma Insurance Commission and Long Term Care Authority of Enid... Read More.

Flooding Rivers Lead To Road Closures In Northern Oklahoma

While the welcoming sunshine is making an appearance today, Flood Warnings still remain in effect for the Chikaskia River near Blackwell, and the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River near Tonkawa. As of Wednesday Morning, The Chikaskia (cha-kas-kia) at Blackwell was at 32.5 feet,... Read More.

UPDATE: Moderate Flooding Expected Along Chikaskia River

Yesterday, The National Weather Service in Norman predicted the Chikaskia River near Blackwell would rise to 29.97 feet, where the flood stage is 29 feet. The river is currently above flood stage and will crest near 31.7 feet Wednesday morning. The Chikaskia will fall... Read More.