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    Police need your help to identify the male pictured in this surveillance picture from the Stop N Go located at 501 West Highland.  He is considered a person of interest. The surveillance picture was taken about 5:30am, approximately 30 minutes before the clerk was robbed at knife point this morning. …Read More

    Four people face varying drug charges after a joint investigation by the Kay County Sheriff’s Department and the Otoe-Missouria police. Kay County Sheriff’s deputies were contacted in September by officers from the Otoe-Missouria office. The call concerned alleged drug-related activities at the First Council Casino. Two Kansas residents, 24 year …Read More

    Tax preparations begin February 1 in the business section of the Ponca City Library and will continue through April 15. Please call the Library at 580-767-0345 to check the hours of operation. Note: Please be sure to have all tax information with you, such as photo identification cards, Social Security …Read More

    Pioneer Technology Center’s Business and Industry Services (BIS) is hosting PlanSwift training through January and February.  PlanSwift is an easy-to-use estimating software solution for quickly and accurately completing takeoffs. PlanSwift’s visual, point-and-click interface enables users to drag and drop individual products and assembled product groups directly onto a digitized blueprint. …Read More

      Early Monday morning a Caucasian male, wearing shorts, a hooded sweatshirt under a jacket and his face covered with some type of a blue mask enters the convenience store located at 1613 West South Avenue and demands money. He is holding a knife in his right hand and demands …Read More

      Citations will be written when a vehicle is found parked in a properly marked parking space, designated for those with physical disabilities, and no placard or proper license plate is visible. Placards need to be displayed so they are easily visible. Police Chief Don Bohon says “We encourage all …Read More

    A special donation was received Wednesday afternoon from members of the local Moose Lodge 1031 and Women of the Moose Chapter 602. A herd of a dozen stuffed moose were presented to Officer Frost along with appreciation of the job she and others do as law enforcement officers. Knowing that …Read More

    “Quilting Made Easy,” a Northern Oklahoma College Community Enrichment Course, begins Tuesday, Jan. 24 in the Renfro Center, room 103, on the Tonkawa campus. The class will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. each Tuesday through March 7. The instructor will be NOC’s Kerri Gray. “This pattern, ‘Merry-Go-Round,’ will be …Read More

    Chamber Banquet Details – Clayton Johnson, United States Marshal will be our Master of Ceremony.  Pastor Mark Busch will give the invocation.  We will hear from Molly Kyler, 2016 outgoing Chamber Chairman and Adam Leaming, 2017 incoming Chairman. We will recognize some incredible people and businesses.  The Chamber Banquet is Thursday, January 26 starting at …Read More

    Have A Plan Discuss with your family what to do if a winter storm watch or warning is issued. Ensure your family knows meeting places and phone numbers of other family members in case they are separated when a winter storm hits. Know what to do if basic services such …Read More