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    The third largest earthquake in Oklahoma was likely triggered by underground disposal of wastewater from oil and natural gas production. The U.S. Geological Survey said in a report Monday that the magnitude 5.1 quake that struck northwest of Fairview in February was likely induced by distant disposal wells. The USGS …Read More

    Mary Ladd Public Information Coordinator Ponca City Public Schools The Ponca City High School Chamber Strings and Symphony Strings Orchestras will take to the stage to present their Fall Concert Thursday night, October 27. The program will begin at 7:00 in the High School Howell Auditorium.  Director of Orchestras at …Read More

    Tuesday, November 1 Sewing Circle for two program times 2:00–4:00 pm, or 6:00–8:00 pm Want to get a jump start on some personalized holiday gifts? During this program patrons will be making granny square stockings. This is a FREE event with 10–12 patron availability. Please be sure to sign up …Read More

    The Oklahoma Highway Patrol would like you to be on the lookout for a wanted man…click the link below for a full description. suspect-lincoln-county-shooting

    You can help the Ponca City Noon Lions at their upcoming event next Thursday, November 3rd!  

    Around ½ of Americans have no retirement accounts at all and according to the Government Accountability Office around 29% of households age 55 and older have neither retirement savings nor a pension. According to the Census Bureau the average net worth excluding home equity for those ages 55-64 is $45,447. …Read More

    Several earthquakes have been recorded in northwest Oklahoma during the past two days, including one of magnitude 4.0. No injuries or significant damage have been reported. The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 4.0 and 3.5 magnitude quakes Friday afternoon near Fairview, about 100 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, and a …Read More

    Note: Tenth in the series of twelve monthly articles on Marland’s Grand Home. Some, but not all, of the information was taken from past articles by the P.C. News. Name Changed On May 22, 2000, the City Commission changed the Cultural Center’s name to “Marland’s Grand Home,” in order to …Read More

    Less than two hours after the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation hosted a press conference reminding drivers to move over and slow down, the OHP received word that another patrol car had been struck from behind on the Turner Turnpike. The press event was …Read More