The Poncan Theater invites you to a free showing of The Polar Express this Friday after 7:30 following the lighted Christmas Parade. The movie is sponsored by Ponca City Arts and Humanities. Doors will open 30 minutes before showtime. Then on Saturday night at... Read More.
The Northern Oklahoma Humane Society, in partnership with the Bissell Pet Foundation, is taking part in “Empty The Shelters – Holiday Hope” event December 1 through December 11. There are many pets looking for new, fur-ever homes right now, and for these 11 days... Read More.
NOC received a bronze statue for their leadership and support of the Standing Bear Program. Pictured (L-R): President Clark Harris, Judy Poole, President Emeritus Tom Poole, President Emeritus Dr. Cheryl Evans, Carl Renfro, Brenda Renfro, Melinda Johnson, Chancellor Emeritus Glen D. Johnson, Tom Evans. Not... Read More.
Burford Theatre Arts announces that the Festival of Trees & Wreaths Silent Auction Fundraiser has been extended through December 17, 2022! Trees and wreaths are currently being auctioned off by silent auction to benefit Burford Theatre Arts programming. Bids may be placed at any... Read More.
The Ponca City Public Schools Elementary, Middle, Advanced Philharmonic and Symphony Strings Orchestras will present their annual Holiday concert on Thursday, December 1, 2022. The concert is free to the public and will begin at 7 p.m. in the Ponca City... Read More.
If you are a Santa Buck Giveaway Participant make sure you get extra SBG tickets for the Thanksgiving weekend. Our office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and on Friday. This week we will be open Monday – Wednesday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ... Read More.
Best of luck to Ponca City, Tonkawa and Woodland tonight in Oklahoma State Football Playoff games. Po Hi travels to 9-1 Muskogee The 10-1 Bucs play at undefeated Colcord 7-4 Woodland battles 11-0 Gore You can hear the Tonkawa game on 1047 The Bull... Read More.
Ponca City Public School orchestra students traveled to Edmond recently to audition for the North Central Honor Orchestra. Students auditioned from across the state and only a select group made it from each grade level. Four West Middle School students were accepted into... Read More.
The Lincoln Elementary Student Council challenged students and staff to collect canned food to help families in need. The drive lasted from Nov. 1-17 with a goal of 500 cans. Members went to each classroom in the morning to collect cans and count them.... Read More.
Cat Care students at Washington Pre-K are "Thankful and Nuts About Fall." Pictured displaying their art work are Rhea Brown, Asher Herrington, Jasper Cline, Paisley Smith, Taylin Underwood, Hayes Clark, Corbin Brown, Mia Montenegro, Kinlee Rinehart, Amelia Novell and Sophia Rush. Also pictured are... Read More.
Abby Chamberlin and Carly Hill, from left, competed in the FCCLA District Star Event on Thursday in Blackwell. Abby and Carly placed first in the Repurposed and Redesign Event. For this event the two repurposed a tire and wood from a headboard into a... Read More.