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Downtown Event Set

Ponca City Main Street is sponsoring “The Downtown Chill –The Hot Street Party” Friday, July 25 beginning at 5 p.m. with local dance troupes performing at the corner of 3rd Street and Grand Ave. At 6 p.m. Illusionist/Magician Michael King will perform and at 7 p.m. Oklahom ...

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Business

Chamber Chair Concerned About ‘Who Do You Do Business With?’

By LOUISE ABERCROMBIE

News Business Editor

Topic of discussion for the Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Director’s meeting Tu ...

PCDA Lists Numerous Situations

The Log 10 project continues to move along. This week, the contractor building the internal lab in the building is on site. This will take about ...

Po-Hi Grad Now Retiring From Judicial Appointment

Former Ponca Citian, the Honorable Charles A. Johnson, is retiring from the Court of Criminal Appeals (COCA) after 25 years on the bench. Judge J ...

Walthers Planning Flying ‘Taildragger’ Back To Ponca City

Former Ponca City resident, Sandra (Foiles) Walther has been living for the past several years in southeastern Pennsylvania with her spouse, Herb ...


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Education

McCord Adopts 24/7 Tobacco-Free School Policy

McCord School, an Osage County school, will prohibit use of all tobacco products on school property and at all school activities – whether ...

School Notes 2014-07-25

Ponca Tribe Head

Start Orientation

Ponca Tribe Head Start orientation will be held Thursday, July 31, 1-4 p.m. at the Ponca Tribal Head Start S ...

NOC Regents Approve Trustees and Handbooks At July Meeting

The Northern Oklahoma College Board of Regents met July 16 after breaking ground to celebrate the soon to be constructed new residence halls on b ...

DAY CAMP kids learn leadership, teamwork and giving back all while earning a greater appreciation for nature working in the Youth Garden at the YMCA. Front from the left, campers, Destiny Sims and Austin Spiser. In the back, Stephanie

Campers Learn Leadership and Teamwork At YMCA

By KAY BOJORQUEZ

News Education Editor

YMCA Day campers learn about leadership and teamwork while working in the youth garden at the YMCA in Po ...


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Entertainment

Downtown Event Set

Ponca City Main Street is sponsoring “The Downtown Chill –The Hot Street Party” Friday, July 25 beginning at 5 p.m. with local ...


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Religion

DON JORGENSON, left, supervises Gabriel Walker, Natalie Caudill, and Stephanie Cardenas during a math lesson requiring fly swatters in the math lab of Jump Start Camp. The camp is a product of Northern Oklahoma Academic Tutoring Foundation and is being held at Harmony Missionary Baptist Church. (News Photo by Sharon Rowen)

First Jump Start Camp Underway at Harmony Missionary

By SHARON ROWEN

News Religion Editor

Board members of Northern Oklahoma Academic Tutoring Foundation are keeping the dream of former Ponca City ...

MEMBERS of First Presbyterian Church traveled to Hunt, Texas for a conference. From left are: Chip Whipple, Brad Newcomb, Emily Clark, Joey Furber, Summer Lewis, Kaylee Gillespie, Annette Newcomb, Maddie Newcomb, Carter Wyatt, Cameron Sherbon, and Robert Nanni.

Presbyterian Church Youth Travel to Mo-Ranch

A group of Ponca City First Presbyterian Church youth and sponsors traveled to Hunt, Texas to attend the Mo-Ranch Youth Celebration Conference.

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Rejected Atheist Booth Draws Lawsuit

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union in Michigan and two other groups filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday seeking an injun ...

Missing Boise Baptist Church Bell Located

ANNA WEBB

Idaho Statesman

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Like Ada County, like the city of Kuna, like the Idaho Statesman, the First Baptist Church ...


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