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Closings and cancellations for Feb. 17





USD 470 Ark City Parent-Teacher Conferences will be virtual Thursday (school was already out for Thursday and Friday) – Closed

Ark City Christian Academy- Closed

USD 465 Winfield – Closed

Holy Name Catholic School -Closed

USD 357 Belle Plaine – Closed

USD 360 Caldwell -Closed

USD Central-Burden – Closed

USD 264 Clearwater – Closed

USD 356 Conway Springs – Closed

USD 396 Douglass – Closed

Douglass Senior Center -Closed

Douglass Public Library – Closed

USD 263 Mulvane – Closed

USD 358 Oxford -Closed

USD 394 Rose Hill -Closed

USD 463 Udall -Closed

Wellington Christian Academy -Closed



Billings Public Schools – CLOSED

Blackwell Public Schools – CLOSED

Cowboy Driving-Ponca City – CLOSED

Deer Creek-Lamont Public Schools – CLOSED

Garber Public Schools – CLOSED

Kay County Courthouse- Offices Closed

Medford Public Schools – CLOSED

Newkirk Public Schools – CLOSED

Northern Oklahoma College: Enid and Tonkawa- CLOSED , Stillwater remains open

Otoe Missouria Offices- CLOSED

Tonkawa Public Schools- CLOSED

Tonkawa Tribe Offices- CLOSED

Wheatheart Nutrition Blackwell, Newkirk and Tonkawa – CLOSED




Frontier Public Schools – Distance Learning

Pioneer Tech- Closed. Full-time programs on virtual instruction.

Cowley College- Virtual learning and remote work day for employees.

Kildare Elementary School – Virtual Learning

Peckham Elementary School  -Distance Learning

Ponca City Public Schools – Distance Learning

Pond Creek-Hunter Public Schools – Distance Learning

Kildare Public School – Distance Learning

McCord Public School – Distance Learning

Shidler Public Schools – Distance Learning




I35 north of the Stateline- The roadway is completely covered with mixed snow ice or slush. Expect blowing snow.


US 77 north of the state line, 160, 166- all partially to completely covered with a mix of snow, ice or slush.  Roads are slippery.


I-35, 77 and 177 south of the state line in Oklahoma….Drivers are advised to use caution, reduce speed and stay back 200 feet from snow removal equipment. conditions may deteriorate rapidly.


From ODOT facebook: Oklahoma Department of Transportation and Oklahoma Turnpike Authority crews are treating slick spots and beginning road clearing operations in parts of Northwestern and North-central Oklahoma Thursday morning as winter weather moves into the state.

In Northwestern Oklahoma, highways are slick in spots as snowfall ranges from light to heavy. In North-Central Oklahoma, crews are reporting freezing rain and sleet and are treating slick spots on bridges. This includes the northern I-35 corridor and US-412/Cimarron Turnpike.

Highways and turnpikes in parts of Central Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma City metro area, are currently wet. Drivers should remain alert as these areas could potentially become slick as temperatures fall. ODOT and OTA crews are closely monitoring conditions in this area.


Ice truck has been down to the WBBZ Station lot!