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Lincoln 50 Days of School in Ponca

Lincoln Elementary first graders celebrated 50 days of school. Students participated in writing and math activities centered around the number 50. They also wrote the steps to make a root beer float, dressed up in 1950s outfits and danced. Superintendent Adam Leaming also joined students for a "sock hop."

Santa Bucks Giveaway Going on Now!

Shop from Nov. 4th- Dec. 21st, 2023 at participating merchants to receive a ticket, and increase your chances to win $5,000 in Santa Bucks plus a chance at two $1,000 prizes and four $500 prizes! The Winning Tickets will be drawn starting at 7 p.m., Thursday, December 21st, 2023.To... Read More.

Po-Hi Football Playoff Tickets Available Online

Playoff tickets are available online by visiting The game will be held on Friday night at 7 p.m. at Sullins Stadium.   All non-championship rounds of 2023 OSSAA Football Playoffs will utilize the GoFan Electronic Ticket process as the primary ticket option. Everyone, kindergarten... Read More.

New Emergency Resource Agency Asking for Donations

The New Emergency Resource Agency (NERA) is asking for donations for their no prep day bags. Right now, they're looking for donations of vienna sausages, pop top canned foods, soft granola/cereal bars, juice boxes, and beef jerky. You can drop off these items to the locations listed below.Heather... Read More.

Oklahoma Broadband Office Plans Tour Stop in Ponca City

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Broadband Office (OBO) will hold a meeting in Ponca City next Thursday to talk with and hear from Oklahomans about high-speed internet service expansion, OBO Executive Director Mike Sanders announced today.  The “Oklahoma’s Digital Promise” tour stop will begin... Read More.

Kasey Alert System Takes Effect Today

OKLAHOMA CITY –The Kasey Alert system will take effect today, Nov. 1, 2023. House Bill 1077, authored by Rep. Ken Luttrell, R-Ponca City, establishes the Kasey Alert system and is named for Kasey Russell, a 29-year-old Cherokee Nation Citizen who went missing in 2016."First, I would like to thank... Read More.

OSDH Encouraging Oklahomans to Get Their Flu Shots

OKLAHOMA CITY – With respiratory season approaching, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is encouraging individuals to help prevent illness by getting their flu shot. Influenza, also known as the flu, is caused by a virus that affects the nose, throat, airways and lungs. The flu typically circulates... Read More.