Woodward’s best came together Thursday to unveil the new location of the Hope Center on 810 Santa Fe Street. “This is to get the city of Woodward and the surrounding cities to recognize this is happening”, Executive Director of the center, Lance Osborne said. “For them to come alongside of us as a community and
The Oklahoma Education Association announced a proposed $905.7 million revenue package Friday morning that would provide a pay raise for teachers. The OEA has called for a statewide teacher walkout April 2 if lawmakers cannot fund the first across-the-board pay raise since 2008. The group is calling it the “Together We’re Stronger” plan. $177 million
The Woodward School Board met Thursday afternoon to plan for a possible teacher walkout April 2 if Oklahoma legislators cannot provide funding for the first across-the-board pay raises for teachers since 2008. The board is prepared to suspend classes from April 2-6 if teachers were to walkout. In a post, the school addressed several areas
[FROM THE WOODWARD NEWS] The Woodward Police Department made an arrest Friday morning after a shooting occurred Thursday night around 9 p.m. in 1700 block of 12th street. Officers arrested Harrison Williams, 20, on charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, according to Assistant Police Chief Billy Parker. The victim has been identified
On Wednesday morning, Woodward cornerback Jay Laird signed his letter of intent on National Signing Day to play football at Southwestern Oklahoma State University under first year head coach Chet Pobolish. Hear what Laird and Woodward head football coach Craig Hixon had to say about Wednesday’s signing. JAY LAIRD WOODWARD HEAD FOOTBALL COACH CRAIG HIXON
Oklahoma state senate candidate Amber Jensen (D-Woodward) joined Tuesday’s K101 Morning Show. Jensen will face Casey Murdock (R-Felt) in the February 13 election to fill the vacant state senate seat in District 27.
Z92 Radio provided audio for Panhandle Telephone Cooperative, Inc.’s video for their Game of the Week, as Woodward basketball traveled to Guymon back on January 9. The games have been condensed into one hour broadcasts. The Woodward girls defeated Guymon 69-37 and the boys won 60-51. GIRLS GAME BOYS GAME
The Woodward basketball teams are headed east to begin the Port City Tournament at Catoosa High School Thursday. The field will consist of schools from the Tulsa-area, with Woodward as the lone school west of Interstate 35. The Woodward boys are the 8-seed and will face 1-seed Owasso (#11 in 6A) at 5:30pm. On the
The Oil Center Classic will tip off next Thursday, Jan. 4 at Woodward High School’s Boomer Fieldhouse and run through Saturday, Jan. 6. The field will feature Leedey, Waynoka, Balko, Turpin, Forgan, Sharon-Mutual, Mooreland and Shattuck. All the games can be heard right here on Z92, 92.3 FM and z92online.com. Thursday Matchups: GIRLS Leedey vs.
Taking a 29-24 lead into the final quarter, the Woodward boys saw their lead disappear, as the Comanche Indians outscored the Boomers 19-11, winning 45-40 in the Prague Chamber Czech Holiday Classic semifinal. When it came to scoring, only three Woodward players made the final stat sheet. Senior Trace Ham led the way with 17