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Update On Po Hi Threat: New Release from Chief Bohon

Update at 4:54pm Wednesday Statement from Chief Bohon I know that many people are worried and scared about the threat that was posted on Facebook last night, so we wanted to release some information about the steps that have been taken thus far. Officers from this department including the School Resource Officer at Po-Hi have looked into the post, and ...

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NOC Soccer Names Players Of The Week

NOC Mavericks Head Men’s Soccer Coach Michael DuRoy announces the Northern Oklahoma College men’s soccer player of the week and Head Women’s Coach Josh Smith announces the women’s player of the week. The women’s player of the week is Becca Jones, a sophomore from Ponca City, and men’s player of the week is Anthony Walker a sophomore from Jamaica. “Becca has stepped ...

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Po-Hi Boys Basketball Coach Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Pictured above:  L-R: Wolfgang Flick, Gavin Alexander, Jacob Birnbaum, Brendon Cook, Silas Grass, Wes Carey, Jonathon Schiltz, Ben Turvey Ponca City High School Head Boys’ Basketball Coach, Alan Hibler, received an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from his son Cole, who is a former Po-Hi Basketball player and is now playing at Barclay College. Coach Hibler accepted the challenge and challenged ...

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Ponca Police release list of Municipal Warrants – Recognize any names?

Sergeant Jerry Hall of the Ponca City Police Department continues his efforts to clear outstanding Municipal Warrants. The municipal warrant list is updated each business day Monday through Friday. The warrant listing can be found on line at, selecting the departments tab, then in the drop down selections choose municipal court and then select outstanding warrants. If you see ...

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Five Fifteen Frenzy and Golf Scramble highlight news from Tonkawa Chamber

The Chamber Retail/Business Development committee has announced the next Five Fifteen Frenzy will be held Thursday, September 4th at Frames and Things, 117 E. Grand Avenue.  Everyone is invited to join us at the front door at 5:15 p.m. for a unique shopping experience.  Frames and Things is also home to Ken Crowder Photography, Melinda’s Gift Gallery and GiGi’s Busstop.  Come ...

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Booth space available in OCHE Building at Kay County Fair

Oklahoma Home & Community Education wants to remind everyone that during the Kay County Free Fair the Country Kitchen will be open in the OHCE building. Water, Pop, Tea and baked goods will be on sale.  Vendor booth space is still available and if you’d like more information, contact Glenda Wise at 580-363-3910.

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Annual Cherokee Strip Golf Classic September 4-6 at Ponca City Country Club

Registration is now underway for the Annual Cherokee Strip Golf Classic, at the Ponca City Country Club.  The event will be held September 4th – 6th and benefits “The Opportunity Center.”   You can sign up as either an individual or a team.  The three day tournament will also include the Marty McArthur Memorial Ladies golf tournament, silent auction, live entertainment,ladies ...

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Four dead in overnight Tulsa murder suicide

The Tulsa Police Department is investigating an apparent murder-suicide after officers found four people, including two children, dead in an east Tulsa apartment early today.  Just after midnight, an adult man and woman were found, along with a young boy and girl who are both estimated to be between 4 and 6 years old.  The four were found in an ...

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Cast your vote today from 7am to 7pm

Voters across the state go back to the polls today to pick winners in primary runoff elections for U.S. Congress, the Oklahoma Legislature and other key state positions.  Democratic voters will choose both an opponent for November’s general election race against Republican Joy Hofmeister for Superintendent of Public Instruction, and a candidate who’ll be on the November ballot for the ...

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“Native Voices” – A traveling exhibition to open Tuesday with Chickasaw Nation

Sulphur, Okla. — A new traveling exhibition, Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, which examines concepts of health and medicine among contemporary American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian people, is opening in the Chickasaw Nation ARTesian Gallery & Studios, 100 West Muskogee Street, Sulphur, Oklahoma on Tuesday, August 26, 2014. A special opening ceremony will take ...

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