Fried Pie Shop Opens

THE FAMOUS Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies shop in Tonkawa is open again, with new owner Diane Green-Martin celebrating the reopening of the shop on … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article. Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Area Calendar 2018-10-10

Every Day Principles Before Personalities, Narcotics Anonymous, 7 p.m., Harmony House upstairs (use south entrance by parking lot). Twice a Month Friday or Saturday Christian Singles Group meets twice a month, for more information on time and place, call 763-5945 or 762-1295. Every Sunday Flea Market At VFW, 6 a.m.-2 p.m., VFW Post, 3001 East Prospect, Ponca City, Vendor Spaces […]

Edgar Wayne Burch

Edgar Wayne “Eddie” Burch, late of Ponca City, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018 at his home at the age of 61. Edgar was born on Jan. 6, 1965 in Pawhuska, Okla. He attended Burbank High School and later served in the U.S. Army. He then made his living as a roustabout in the oilfields. He is survived by […]

MLB Tiebreakers This Year Were Historic

By DAVID MILLER News Sports Writer Last week there was an historic moment in Major League Baseball history. Two division races had to be decided by an extra tiebreaker game. MLB teams play 162 games each year, a huge number of contests. But that wasn’t enough to decide which was the best team in two divisions. The Milwaukee Braves and […]

Significant Women in Oklahoma Agriculture Highlights Checotah’s Shelley McBride Lynch

By KAYLEE TRAVIS OK Dept. of Agriculture CHECOTAH — The weekends are for the birds – and the rabbits. For Shelley McBride Lynch who owns 3F’s Poultry and Rabbit Processing, LLC, this is only partially true. During the week, Shelley McBride Lynch is a farmer and raises 1,000 show and meat rabbits, about 1,200 laying hens and Cornish cross chickens, […]

‘Learning to See Nothing’ Art Exhibit At NOC Through Oct. 18

TONKAWA — Learning to See Nothing: new and recent work on paper and canvas, featuring the work of Chicago-based artist Steven Schroeder is currently on view in the Eleanor Hays Art Gallery on the Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa campus, according to gallery director Audrey Schmitz. A reception with the artist is planned for Friday, Oct. 12 from 6 p.m. – […]

NOC Holds Mentoring Program Panel Discussion: ‘Natives Guiding Natives’

TONKAWA — Northern Oklahoma College Native American Mentor Hanna Wensman shared her thoughts on student mentoring at a “Natives Guiding Natives” Panel Discussion held recebt at the Cultural Engagement Center at NOC Tonkawa. Wensman is of Shawnee, Red Lake Ojibway and Muskogee (Creek) descent. She is one of 10 mentors for over 400 Native American students at NOC. The mentoring […]

OSU Theatre To Present ‘The Three Musketeers’

STILLWATER — Tickets are on sale for the OSU Department of Theatre’s Main Stage production of The Three Musketeers. The novels by Alexandre Dumas have a wonderful history. The story was originally presented in 1844 in serial form in the newspaper Le Siecle, and follows the early adventures of an actual person, Charles Ogler de Batz de Castelmore, Comte D’Artagnan. […]

High School Students Take Part in Human Services Day Held At Cowley College

ARKANSAS CITY — Students interested in pursuing a career in Health Care, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Education, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science, or related fields attended Cowley College’s Health and Human Services Day last Wednesday in the Earle N. Wright Community Room. There were more than 170 students in attendance and 26 vendors set up in the Wright Room and in […]

All About Science – The Chemistry of Fall

The calendar has flipped, and the equinox has passed, so fall is truly here. With the change comes images of crisp cool dewy mornings, with wafts of steam and aromas from a cup of hot chocolate or a cup of pumpkin spiced latte, amongst the reds, golds, and yellows of the turning leaves. Or, the image maybe a temperate afternoon […]

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