Northwestern Enters Into Agreement With Redlands Community College
Members from Redlands and Northwestern attend signing of the agreement. (L-R) Jena Marr, Redland’s president; Annie Pearson, vice president for academic affairs at Redlands; Jalelah Abdul-Raheem, department head of nursing and allied health at Redlands; Dr. Leslie Collins, Northwestern’s Charles Morton Share Trust Division of Nursing chair; Dr. James Bell, Northwestern’s vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Bo Hannaford, Northwestern’s president.
Emporia man hurt in wreck Saturday
Fog apparently played a role in an injury crash that happened just north of Emporia early Saturday evening. A car collided with a pickup pulling a horse trailer in the 1800 block of Kansas Highway 99 just before 5:15 pm. Lyon County Sgt. Zach Shafer says the car, driven by 84-year-old James Gamer of Emporia, was northbound when Gamer went left of center and hit the pickup, driven by 27-year-old Sage Laumunyon of Alva, Oklahoma.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.88 and $2.89 in Alva as of 2023-12-03. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.243, a week ago the price is $3.253 , according to AAA.
Countdown to NFBR: #7 Taylor Munsell Interview
Sports Illustrated's Rodeo Daily continues our countdown to the NFBR with #7 Taylor Munsell.
JuJu Preston is glad he returned to Freedom after brief departure
By transferring to St. Frances Academy in Baltimore last spring, JuJu Preston thought he would enhance his recruiting profile because the national football powerhouse was filled with major Division I prospects. But competition for playing time was stiff. Instead of being a go-to wide receiver like he was at Freedom,...
Haunting Echoes: Burlington's Ghostly Heritage and Haunted Tours
Burlington, Vermont, with its serene landscapes and New England charm, holds a deeper, more mysterious allure. The town's historical tapestry is embroidered with ghostly legends that are not only tales of the old but enduring narratives supported by eyewitness accounts. The tragic story of Marie Blais, the 'Devil Rider' Eaton Stone, and the infamous Burlington Ghost are among the specters that add a spectral dimension to the town's identity, captivating residents and visitors with a blend of fear and fascination.
Local Celebration: Cherokee Nation and Mankiller Foundation Honor Wilma Mankiller with Special Barbie Event
The Cherokee Nation, Wilma Mankiller Foundation, and Wilma Mankiller's family and friends will celebrate the Inspiring Women Series Wilma Mankiller Barbie on December 5. This event, to be live streamed on Cherokee Nation's YouTube and Facebook, honors Mankiller's legacy as a tribal leader, humanitarian, and women's rights advocate. The Barbie dolls will not be available for purchase at the event. Instead, a keepsake cut out of the doll will be featured.Visit here for more details.
Four to be Inducted into 32nd Sports Hall of Fame Class Jan. 27
The 2024 Sports Hall of Fame inductee class is composed of four Ranger legends: Shane Hansen (Basketball), Cody Hooper (Baseball / Softball), Steve Barrows (Women's Soccer) and Steve Byford (Football). These four will be inducted into the 32nd Ranger Sports Hall of Fame class during ceremonies on Saturday, Jan. 27,...
Annual Holiday Gala, Christmas Tree Lighting set for Dec. 2
The annual Holiday Gala in Herod Hall Auditorium will once again bring the talents of the Northwestern choirs and wind ensemble in concert on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. The Northwestern Oklahoma State University Chorale, University Singers and wind ensemble will gather for the annual Holiday Gala in Herod Hall Auditorium on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Historic perfect season comes to an end for Central Tigers in quarterfinal loss to Hooker
NEWCASTLE — The historic perfect season the Central Tigers football team was enjoying came to a halt Friday night as they lost 41-0 to the Hooker Bulldogs in the Class A state quarterfinals. The Tigers end the season at 12-1, while the ’Dogs (11-2) will meet Hominy at 7...
New book tells the history of a Cherokee family from the 1700s to modern day
PLACERVILLE, Calif. – Cherokee Nation citizen Ganel Fenenga has completed a book about her Cherokee family’s heritage and history titled “The Cherokee River of Tears, A Tribute to Jesse Robert Rogers & our Cherokee History.”. The book follows the history compiled by Fenenga’s grandfather, Jesse Rogers who...
Boney’s daily sketches become popular through dibs process
TAHLEQUAH – To nab a Roy Boney original, most people have to call “dibs” when his coveted sketches are posted daily to social media. While the process did not start out this way, it has become a fun idea for locals who love original Cherokee art. “I...
Cherokee Strip Museum: A Historic Journey Through the Great Land Run
Step into the Cherokee Strip Museum in Alva, Oklahoma, and travel back to the tumultuous days of the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. Within the walls of the historic Alva City Hospital, the museum offers an immersive glimpse of the last great scramble for land in the American West. On that fateful day in September, over 100,000 people surged into the Cherokee Outlet, each seeking a piece of the American dream amid economic turmoil and desperation.
Capron's Ghost Town Stories: A Eulogy to Prosperity Lost
In the vast, whispering plains of North Dakota, lies the ghost town of Capron, a place where time seems to have both stopped and slipped away. Once a flourishing hub during the Great Dakota Boom, Capron's empty streets and silent grain elevators stand as haunting remnants of a past filled with prosperity and promise. This spectral town serves as a monument to the rise and fall of early 20th-century American dreams, echoing the stories of those who once called it home.
Amorita: Echoes of the Great Land Rush
Founded in the wake of the largest land run in American history, Amorita, Oklahoma, stands as a living testament to the courage and desperation that marked the westward expansion of the late 19th century. Established in 1901, Amorita was born amidst the chaos and hope that followed the Cherokee Strip land run of 1893, an event that saw over 100,000 people surge into the region to claim a piece of the promised land. The town's creation was intricately linked to the Choctaw Northern Railroad, which made Amorita a vital hub for the burgeoning agricultural community.
Northwestern’s Tubabonium Christmas Concert Dec. 4, Participants Sought to Play
A holiday tradition at Northwestern Oklahoma State University is the annual Tubabonium Christmas Concert set this year for Monday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. in Herod Hall Auditorium. Free and open to the public. Players are currently being sought. Rehearsals will be the same day from 1-4 p.m. On Dec....
Exploring the Legacy of Hardtner: The Afton Historical Museum
The Hardtner Afton Historical Museum serves as a profound testament to the rich history and cultural heritage of Hardtner. Tucked away in the Old Village of Afton, this enchanting museum houses a collection that is as storied as the building itself. Artifacts, photographs, and documents on display weave a narrative of Hardtner’s formative years, offering a glimpse into its early days and the essence of its inception. The museum stands as a beacon of local heritage, attracting residents and tourists to explore the evolution of the community through its engaging exhibits.
David Payne's Monday Evening Forecast: Northwestern Oklahoma Snowfall and Upcoming Weather Changes
Catch David Payne's Monday evening forecast discussing the beautiful snow in Northwestern Oklahoma, the weekend rain, and the upcoming weather conditions. Learn about the local heroes helping out in the snow and get a glimpse of the stunning sunset. Stay tuned for the week's weather outlook.
Weekend Snowfall Totals in Oklahoma Exceed Expectations
Discover how much snow fell in Oklahoma this weekend! With the highest total reaching 7.8 inches, the unexpected snowfall even reached the Buffalo area. Find out the snowfall measurements in Woodward, Jet, Laverne, and Enid in this informative video.
Carmen, Oklahoma: A Tapestry of Resilience and Historical Charm
Nestled in the heart of Alfalfa County, the town of Carmen, Oklahoma, is a living museum of American history. Established in the Cherokee Outlet land rush of 1893 and originally known as New Augusta, Carmen quickly evolved into a robust farming community. Despite suffering a catastrophic tornado in 1903, the town's citizens displayed remarkable resilience, rebuilding with enduring brick structures that still dot the landscape today. Now known as Carmen, the town pays homage to its rich past through the preservation of these historical edifices.