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Highschool Baseball | 26 February Arnett Boys Game Notice
The Arnett Boys Baseball team will have a Non-conference game with Waynoka(Waynoka, OK) on 26 February, 2024, 4:30 PM. As of now, Wildcats has won 1 games and lost 4 games, and the winning rate is 0.2.
Today the gas price is close to $2.84 in Alva as of 2024-02-25. Find the available 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 $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
How personal income has changed in Alfalfa County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Alfalfa County, Oklahoma and how it compares to state and national levels.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Hoskin Seeks Changes to Federal Major Crimes Act
TULSA, Oklahoma ~ Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced the tribe is seeking changes to the federal Major Crimes Act, affording Cherokee citizens of Freedmen descent equal rights in the federal justice system. The Major Crimes Act is the federal law that governs criminal jurisdiction of tribal citizens...
Local Task Force Created to Ensure Equality for Freedmen Cherokee Citizens in Tribal Programs
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. has broadened a 2020 Executive Order on Equality. He has also set up a task force to assess the access of Freedmen descent Cherokee citizens to tribal programs and services. The original order aimed to prevent discrimination and ensure equal treatment for all Cherokee Nation citizens under tribal law. The expanded order, signed on February 16, 2024, establishes a task force to further this cause.
Cherokee Nation Teams Up with DISH Network and Others to Boost Broadband Access in Our Rural Areas
The Cherokee Nation has partnered with DISH Network, Go Long Wireless, and RS Access to acquire 100 megahertz of the 12.2 GHz band for broadband connectivity. This partnership, led by Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., aims to improve connectivity in the Cherokee Nation Reservation's rural areas. The tribe will receive 100 MHz of this band, subject to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval.
Kiowa, February 23 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Cunningham High School basketball team will have a game with South Barber High School on February 23, 2024, 19:00:00 CST.
Northwestern Hits 16 3s to Sink Harding
ALVA, Okla. – Sam Smith led Harding with 17 points but Harding could not overcome 16 3-pointers from Northwestern Oklahoma and fell 80-67 Thursday at Percefull Fieldhouse. With the loss, Harding fell to 12-13 overall and 9-10 in conference games. The Bisons are part of a three-way tie for fourth place in the conference standings with three games remaining. Northwestern Oklahoma won its seventh straight at home and improved to 15-10 overall and 13-6 in conference.
Northwestern Presidential Lecture Series to be Broadcast on ‘Listening to America’
The Northwestern Oklahoma State University annual Presidential Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 5, will be centered on Thomas Jefferson and the American West. It will be recorded and eventually featured on a nationally syndicated radio broadcast. The program is free and open to the campus community and public in the...
Savannah Greenfield Shines in First Year at Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo Competition
Northwestern Oklahoma State University freshman Savannah Greenfield found success at the Kansas State University rodeo, earning points in three women's events and securing a spot in the championship round with a 3.2-second run in breakaway roping. Trisyn Kalawaia extended his lead in the Central Plains Region standings with a strong performance in steer wrestling.
Emporia State baseball falls in midweek matchup to Northwestern Oklahoma
The Emporia State baseball team struggled to contain the Northwestern Oklahoma offense as the Hornets dropped their midweek matchup 11-4 on Tuesday afternoon. Emporia State got the scoring started early as a pair of two-out hits gave the Hornets a 1-0 lead in the first. With two outs, Austin Hamm doubled into right center to set up an RBI chance for Patryk Hernandez who came through with an RBI single into left center to put Emporia State ahead 1-0.
More than 350 Dresses Donated for 10th Annual ‘Primp for Prom’
The 10th annual ‘Primp for Prom’ event will take place in the Woodward High School Practice Gym Thursday, March 14, and Friday, March 15. More than 350 formal dresses in all sizes, styles and colors will be waiting for high school students from the northwest tristate area at the 10th annual “Primp for Prom” event sponsored by Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Department of Social Work and Woodward High School.
Northwestern President’s Leadership Class Scholarship Deadline is March 4
The 2023-24 Northwestern’s President’s Leadership class members pose for a photo during their trip to Dallas, Texas. Pictured are (back row left to right): Alaina Pierce, Megan Spray (sophomore PLC mentor), Norah Scarbrough, Olivia Pride, Drake Daugherty, Teagen Koontz, Northwestern President Dr. Bo Hannaford, Piper Gallagher, Daniel Voth, JT Jones (sophomore PLC mentor), Tucker Hannaford, Baylan Byrd, Chance Cash, Triston White; (front row, left to right): Lainey Morse, Zoe Walker, Flor Amador, Riley Hensley, Cassidy Fitzgerald, Jaxy Cloud, Janie Rempel.
KGWA Local News Tuesday 02.20.24
IA)—Two Ringwood people were injured Monday night in a single vehicle accident west of Hillsdale. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said 54 year-old Donald Shearmire was transported to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center Where he admitted in stable condition with neck and head injuries. His passenger 60 year-old Sharon Shearmire was admitted to Integris Bass in stable condition for treatment of neck and trunk injuries. According to the report, Donald Shearmire was southbound on State Highway 132, near Buffalo Road, just after 9:45 Monday night when his 2015 Chevy Camaro left the roadway, went airborne and hit a fence, before rolling one and a half times. Both people were wearing their seatbelts. The accident remains under investigation.
Single-Vehicle Accident Near Hillsdale Leaves Two Injured
A single-vehicle accident one mile west of Hillsdale in Garfield County has left two people injured. Donald Shearmire, 54, was travelling southbound on Oklahoma State Highway 132 and was approaching Buffalo Rd. when his vehicle exited the road to the right for an unknown reason. The vehicle would then go airborne, hit a fence and rolled one-and-a-half times.
Reddies Open Series at NWOSU with a 5-4 Win
PIEDMONT, Okla. – Henderson State trailed 4-3 going into the seventh inning and rallied with a two-run frame to take down Northwestern Oklahoma State in the series opener 5-4. HSU recorded ten hits across the seven-inning contest, withMiyah Jackson and Lily Warren each recording two hits. Brooke Johnson started the game in the circle and pitched 5.2 innings before Katelyn McMahan and Erika Bittinger came in for relief.
Free Summer STEM Camp at Northwestern May 27-31; Registration Opens March 1
Oklahoma students in grades 9-12 in fall 2024 are welcome to register to attend a free summer STEM camp at Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva May 27-31. Registration for “Renewable Energy – The Future is Here – Exploring and Learning Today: A Summer STEM Camp” will open March 1 and close April 1 and is limited to 25 students.
CN investing over $80M to build cell towers in rural Cherokee communities
CN investing over $80M to build cell towers in rural Cherokee communities. The Cherokee Nation is constructing 15 new cell towers in 16 rural Cherokee communities and creating a broadband Internet network to help bridge the digital divide where cell service and broadband infrastructure are lacking or nonexistent.
Weaks Deals as Allen's Go-Ahead Homer Clinches Series
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. - Reese Weaks delivered his best performance of his career on the mound while true freshman Jordan Allen broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the eighth with a solo home run to give Henderson State the win and the series over Northwestern Oklahoma State, 4-3. Weaks earned a no-decision after throwing six innings while dealing out a career-high 10 strikeouts. Coming into the series finale with the Rangers, Weaks had only tallied seven strikeouts on the season.
CN leaders visit Muskogee VA for Valentines for Vets
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., Deputy Chief Bryan Warner, and Secretary of Veterans Affairs S. Joe Crittenden hand-delivered homemade valentines to veterans at the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center Wednesday to thank veterans for their service.