Want to hear the conversation? Click below!On Wednesday's Morning Buzz on WBBZ, Kinsey Wright, our Fun & Game Director, talked about the youth impact on the election plus...Giant Leg Lamp and festival of lights in Chickasha (Yep...it's a MAJOR award! Ponca Young Employees (PYE) Holiday Potluck Dinner at The Grand Cigar Lounge 12/8... Read More.
Terri Busch, Marketing Director for Pioneer Technology Center, joined Shaun & Ted Monday morning on WBBZ's Morning Buzz to share the latest news from Pioneer Technology Center. That includes the 4th Annual Holiday Market on Thursday November 17th, from 9am til 2pm in the Conference Center. You can shop handcrafted items from many programs... Read More.
Markesha Duggan, the Adult Training & Development Coordinator at Pioneer Technology Center dropped by to chat with Shaun & Ted on WBBZ's Morning Buzz and shared about current class offerings in the fall catalog, along with some new classes coming in the spring catalog. Classes include:Babysitting Basics Beginning Quilting Photography Beekeeping 101 Acting... Read More.
The Grand Marshall for this Saturday’s Ponca City Veteran’s Day parade has been announced. It’s Medal of Honor recipient Dwight Birdwell, who was one of the first U.S. soldiers to engage the enemy during the Tet Offensive in Vietnam. Birdwell received the Silver Star for valor during the offensive. That was upgraded to a... Read More.
Kat Long from the Ponca City Development Authority dropped by the WBBZ Morning Buzz to share about mission and current projects. Conversation with Shaun Michaels and Ted Riley
Walnut Valley Festival Executive Director Bart Redford stopped by the KSOK studios last Wednesday to preview the big 50th edition of the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield.The festival officially kicks off this Wednesday at the Winfield Fairgrounds.
Brady Bauman, voice of the Ark City Bulldogs, and Curt Caden, voice of the Winfield Vikings and Southwestern Moundbuilders, look back on the Cowley Cup, Week 1 area scores, and preview Week 2.
Winfield City Manager Taggart Wall stopped by the KSOK studios last week and discussed the heat of the summer, drought and how the city is looking to restructure energy rates to balance costs for customers.
Voice of the Winfield Vikings and Southwestern College Moundbuilders Curt Caden stopped by the KSOK studios to preview the Cowley Cup kickoff to the football season with Winfield traveling to Ark City. Caden also previewed the SC football season. The Builders are ranked in the Top 10 in the NAIA national preseason poll.
Family and Consumer Science Agent Becky Reid of K-State Research and Extension in Cowley County stopped by the KSOK studios Monday morning with tips on canning and preserving food. Reid also previewed upcoming events for the extension office and 4-H in Cowley County.
ACPD Chief stopped by the KSOK studios Thursday morning. He discussed school safety, the You Drink. You Drive. You Lose enforcement campaign and upcoming events.His full interview from Thursday's "Get Up & Go Show" can be listened to below:
The Winfield Police Department will again utilize text message alerts for attendees of the upcoming 50th Walnut Valley Festival in September.Winfield Police Chief Robbie DeLong told KSOK the department will again be partnering with Cowley County Emergency Communications."Just a good way to stay apprised," Delong said during a recent guest appearance on the "Get... Read More.