2019-05-03

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This plan just seems totally unnecessary



Every time a reporter asks me if I would support a carbon tax, I always say that I might if it led to a dollar-for-dollar reduction in income or payro… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

NOC graduation planned Saturday



TONKAWA — World-renown musician, conductor, and accompanist Gerald Steichen will address candidates for graduation at Northern Oklahoma College commen… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Local businesses attend event



FOUR COMPANIES recently participated in the Ponca City Business Plan Competition and Pitch-off. Pictured, from left, are Shasta Scott, Community Natio… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

This week was interesting



This week was interesting. A visit from Code Enforcement sent me into scramble/scared mode, which quickly moved to defensive and then I tamped that do… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

How you can keep your pets safe



By DEAN FOSDICK Associated PressAnimal waste tainting fresh produce is one of the major causes of food-borne ailments. So farmers markets and pick-you… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

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By The Associated PressToday is Friday, May 3, the 123rd day of 2019. There are 242 days left in the year.Today’s Highlights in History:On May 3, 1937… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Philip Arlin Struble



Philip Arlin Struble, age 71, died April 30, 2019, after a valiant struggle with bile duct cancer. Phil was born Feb. 7, 1948, to parents Albert and Maxine Struble. He leaves behind his wife of 54 years, Sandra Leslie Struble; children April Gaddis and Buddy Struble; grandchildren Michael Gaddis, Jennifer Gaddis-Clapp, Braden Struble and Breckin Struble; great-grandchildren Hunter Gaddis, Johnie […]

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Dear Annie: We raised our children in church, and then lost our religion. There were so many reasons for that, but there’s no going back to any church… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Unemployment rates in U.S. are still at a 50-year low



WASHINGTON — Steve Moore, one of the oracles of free market economics, is President Donald Trump’s choice for the Federal Reserve Board, and the long … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.


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