[From The Woodward News ] After almost four decades with the Woodward Fire Department and the last 11 years as Fire Chief, Steve Day plans to retire at the end of October. Woodward city officials made the announcement Thursday. Day, 59, grew up around firefighting. His family lived in the old fire station at 8th
Oklahoma U.S. Congressman Frank Lucas kicked off the first of five town hall meetings in northwestern Oklahoma at the Woodward Convention Center. Several topics were brought up, including healthcare, President Trump, the next Farm Bill and the tax code. LISTEN TO THE FULL TOWN HALL BELOW PART 1 PART 2
Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford appeared on the Thursday’s K101 Morning Show.
Yukon, Okla. – Congressman Frank Lucas (OK-03) will hold five town hall meetings next week in Woodward, Buffalo, Beaver, Guymon, and Boise City on Monday, October 16 and Tuesday, October 17. Residents of these locations are invited to attend and share their thoughts on current events in Washington. Lucas will be discussing his recent work in Congress, taking
Have something just sitting around your house that Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz might be interested in picking? Well, you could possibly appear on the popular History show. American Pickers will be filming in Oklahoma in mid-October and November. PRESS RELEASE: “Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to Oklahoma! They
An update has been provided on the condition of Shelby Perry, 22, of Beaver, who was shot and injured during a country music festival in Las Vegas when Stephen Paddock 64, began shooting at the crowd from his room in the Mandalay Bay Hotel Sunday, killing 59 and injuring over 500. According to Perry’s mother,
(UPDATED 8 AM CT Oct. 3, 2017) A mass shooting in Las Vegas Sunday night has left at least 59 dead and over 500 injured, after Stephen Paddock, 64, opened fire on a crowd attending an outdoor country music concert on the strip from his room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel.
Woodward City Manager Alan Riffel has announced that the new quiet zone on the BNSF Railways will go into effect on Sunday, Oct. 1. Click below for the full press release Press Release- Quiet Zone
(Story originally from the Enid News) Enid Public Schools currently is seeking applicants to serve as substitute teachers, and the district now will pay substitutes more for the work in the classroom. Last week, the EPS Board of Education approved a pay increase for substitute teachers. Pay for substitutes with an Oklahoma teaching certificate increased
The Ellis County Sheriff’s Department has released a statement with information regarding a welfare check at a residence near Fargo Saturday where a sheriff deputy was shot in the left leg. Deputy Dave Thomas was treated and released from the hospital and they say he is in good spirits as he recovers at home. The