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9/28/2014


The Ponca City News is working on the annual Update Edition which publishes on Sunday, Oct. 26. You are encouraged to submit a story and photos telling the community about your business or organization. Tell us about your history, what services you offer and what’s new. Please email your story and photos by Friday, Oct. 3 to Kristi Hayes, managing editor, at kdg@poncacitynews.com.

Business

Chamber Directory Topic

For Area Board Session

By LOUISE ABERCROMBIE

News Business Editor

A main topic of interest at the Ponca City Area Chamber of Commerce board meeting was the upcoming C ...

Upcoming Special Events 2014-09-14

Education Forum

A special Ponca Politics Forum on education is slated for noon to 1 p.m., in the City Commission Chambers at City Hall. The publ ...

A NEED PROJECT Energy Workshop, sponsored by Phillips 66, was attended by a number of teachers from the area. The facilitator for the Ponca City session was Melanie Harper with the NEED Organization. Twenty-three teachers attended from Ponca City, Deer Creek, Stillwater, Tulsa, Sperry and Ada. (News Photo by Louise Abercrombie)

NEED Seminar Held By Phillips 66

For Teachers Is Well Attended Here

Phillips 66 sponsored a National Energy Education Development (NEED) seminar Friday at the Fourth Street Club House. The facilitator for the Ponc ...

PONCA MILITARY ACADEMY Memorial Park with the bronze

PMA Cadets Return This

Weekend for Big Reunion

By LOUISE ABERCROMBIE

News Business Editor

A sentimental trip will bring a number of Ponca Military Academy (PMA) cadets from across the nation ...


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Education

GEAR UP Ponca City because Ponca City High School Homecoming is right around the corner. Activities supporting homecoming are planned for this year's celebration Friday, Oct. 3. Activities will begin Monday, Sept. 29 at Ponca City High School including a parade held downtown on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 5:30 p.m. The 2014 Homecoming Queen has been selected by the Senior Class and will be announced at coronation. Sam Flowers, Student Council President, will crown the queen. Queen coronation will start at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3 and the football match-up between the Po-Hi Wildcats and the Muskogee Roughers begins at 7 p.m. Members of the 2014 Homecoming Court are front from left, Flower presenters, Tatum Johnson, Tommie Beard, Erin Dempsey, Hannah Henley, Maddy Doornbos, Kristin Holle, Julia Hiatt and Claren McCormick. Second row, Freshman Attendant, Ally Jennings; Sophomore Attendant, Ciera McEntire; Queen Candidate, Cerena Chaney; Queen Candidate, Candice Kurtz; Student Council President, Sam Flowers; Queen Candidate, Yeritza Pando; Queen Candidate, Leslie Wilson; Junior Attendant and Brooklin Schwabe. Third row, Freshman Escort, Daylan Hawkins; Sophomore Escort, Jared Kimble; Senior Escorts, Jesse Ford, Adam Nicholas, Michael Mongold, Riley Sells and Junior Attendant Riley Dilbeck. Not pictured, Flower Presenter, Sydney Tyndall.

GEER UP Ponca City because Ponca City High School Homecoming is right around the corner. Activities supporting homecoming are planned for this ye ...

MAYOR HOMER NICHOLSON joins students to speak to them about the dangers of texting and driving at an assembly held at Ponca City High School. The movement began through four national wireless service providers, spearheading the

MAYOR HOMER NICHOLSON joins students to speak to them about the dangers of texting and driving at an assembly held at Ponca City High School. The ...

Youth Leadership Accepting Applications

OKLAHOMA CITY — Leadership Oklahoma, a statewide leadership program, is now accepting applications for its 2015 Youth Leadership Oklahoma ( ...

MELODIC SOUNDS filled the air at a recent school concert. Ponca City High School and Stillwater Public High School joined forces hosting the orchestra at Stillwater Performing Arts Center. Stillwater had 61 students participate and 59 of Ponca City's 65 Symphony Strings musicians made the trip. Combined there were 120 musicians participating.

Incredible Sounds Resonate At SchoolsSSRq Joint Orchestra

Ponca City High School and Stillwater Public High School recently joined forces hosting a joint orchestra at Stillwater Performing Arts Center.

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Entertainment

NOC Theatre Production Set for Sept. 25

TONKAWA — The Northern Oklahoma College Fine Arts Division will open their first theatre production of the 2014-15 season, “More Fun ...

The Mound of Sound Marching Festival, Oct. 14

WINFIELD, Kan. — Southwestern College will host “The Mound of Sound Marching Festival” on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m., inside ...

TENTH AVENUE North will be at First Baptist Church, 218 South Sixth Street on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.

Tenth Avenue North Coming to Ponca City

Tenth Avenue North, The Dove Award-winning band, will be at First Baptist Church, 218 South Sixth Street on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.

The band is releas ...


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Religion

Food Ministry Tops Church Briefs

Food Ministry

Agape Church of Christ, 705 East Hubbard, will hold a food ministry on Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. On Nov. 14-15 the church will host a Men&# ...

New Worship Times at FPC

The First Presbyterian Church of Ponca City, 1505 E. Grand Ave. has changed their Sunday worship time to 9 a.m.

Annette Newcomb explained that A ...


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