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Police Blotter

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Vandalism — At 8:36 a.m. Tuesday a subject in the 400 block of South Perry advised a residence had been broken into and vandalized. An officer responded and advised there were no signs of forced entry and the door was open due to the wind. No report was taken. —————
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Applications available online

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The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program has implemented an online application for new and existing clients in order to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 virus. This application allows clients to provide information and answer questions used to determine potential eligibility.
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Group captivates crowd

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A really great way to conclude the Ponca City Concert Association’s 80th year was to have the Sons of Serendip, perform for their last concert this season. It brought to a close a really phenomenal season of concerts which just kept getting better and better, and as usual, I heard many say this was the best concert ever.
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Renew your license online

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and increased efforts to encourage residents to stay in their homes to slow the spread of the virus, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety is announcing the launch of online renewals and replacements for Class D driver licenses and identification cards.
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STUDENTS IN Cowley

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STUDENTS IN Cowley College’s welding department recently made signs to display at the Sumner Campus in Wellington representing the incorporated cities in Sumner County. The signs, which have the city name, year established, and the Cowley Tiger logo, are on the lamp posts that light the ‘main’ street that half circles the campus. Cities represented are, Argonia, Belle Plaine, Caldwell, Conway Springs, Mulvane, Oxford, and Wellington.
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Local women receive Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards

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A total of $4,600 was presented to local women and their organizations by Soroptimist International of Ponca City (SIPC), an international service organization for business and professional women, at the annual Women Celebrating Women’s Luncheon held in February in the Fireside Room of the Hospice of Northern Oklahoma Building. Presented were two Live Your Dream awards, two Violet Richardson awards, and one Ruby Award: For Women Helping Women award. In addition, the other Live Your Dream applicants attending the luncheon were each presented with $100 and the other Violet Richardson applicants attending $25 each.