2019-05-18

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Episcopal Church Women hold salad luncheon



THE EPISCOPAL Church Women at Grace Episcopal Church recently held their annual Spring Salad Luncheon. Mike Seals performed musical selections at the … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Missing classmates from 1974



The Ponca City High School Class of 1974 is completing final arrangements for their upcoming 45 year class reunion to be held June 21 and 22. Response… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Family fun at Herb Festival



This year’s Herb Festival promises to have fun activities for the children and families attending the June 1 event. The Festival hours are 8 a.m. to 4… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Girls complete Dream It, Be It program



FORTY EIGHTH grade girls were selected by the East Middle School teachers and administrators to participate in the annual Soroptimist Dream It Be It p… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

High school students elected to Girls State



Audrey Caughlin NORMAN — Oklahoma Girls State will be held May 26-31 at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. American Legion Auxiliary Girls State is… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Kaw City Museum sets annual reunion



THIS PHOTOGRAPH of Kaw City’s Main Street, likely taken before Oklahoma became a state in 1907, shows what the typical pioneer day towns looked like. … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

Day was one of the biggest celebrity names in the 20th century



WASHINGTON — Growing up in the 1950s and ‘60s, there was no avoiding the adorable Doris Day. She was cute as a bug, wholesome, winsome and adored, at … Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

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The McCord Senior Citizen Center serves hot, home cooked meals from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. each weekday. Lunch is available to all regardless of age or… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.

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Wheatheart meals are served from 11:30 a.m. to noon at Ponca City Senior Center, 319 W. Grand. Suggested donation is $2. To reserve a meal, call Wheat… Please login below or subscribe to the Ponca City News access this article.


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