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Local Residents' Opinions Needed for Future Community Improvement Projects
As we look to the future of our needs in the community, please complete a quick survey to provide your thoughts on potential CIP projects. You can access the survey by clicking the link below, and you can read more about how previous CIP funding has been used for the benefit of the community.Visit here for more details.
Oklahoma Detention Center Inmates Hospitalized Following Suspected Fentanyl Overdose
• Three inmates at the Oklahoma County Detention Center were hospitalized after overdosing. • The exact substance they overdosed on is unknown, but it is suspected to be fentanyl.
Oklahoma’s 10 Richest Days of Rodeo Set to Storm Guthrie, Lazy E Arena in January 2024
Guthrie, Okla. – In early January 2024, Guthrie, Oklahoma, will make history in Western sports as the 10 Richest Days of Rodeo in Oklahoma rides into the Lazy E Arena. The WCRA Triple Crown of Rodeo series, The Stampede at the E, Presented by Purple Wave Auction, will kick off the western sports extravaganza January 3-6, followed by the International Finals Rodeo (IFR) Presented by Love’s on January 11-14. During these events, top professional cowboys and cowgirls from around the country will compete for nearly $1 million over the course of 10 thrilling days, bringing edge-of-the-seat action to Guthrie.
Metro woman gets chance of a lifetime, decorates White House for Christmas
We know a lot of people love decorating for Christmas, but imagine getting to decorate one of the nation’s most historic buildings.
Suspect Identified In Multi-Agency Chase That Injured Officer
We’re learning more about the man who led several law enforcement agencies on a chase across the metro Monday night. Authorities identified the man as Jimmy Don Dunham. According to Guthrie Police, an officer tried to pull over the suspect for a traffic stop, but instead he took off. Three Guthrie police units followed him out of Logan County down Interstate 35 to Interstate 40 into Oklahoma County.
This Oklahoma Small Town is Filled With Christmas Spirit
Imagine coming face to face with some of the most infamous characters from the Victorian era and Christmas past. If you're at all familiar with the Charles Dickens classic 'A Christmas Carol' then you'll certainly recognize some, if not all of these famous people, creatures, and even ghosts. SCROLL DOWN...
Activist says front lobby at OK County Jail not secure
As Oklahoma County looks ahead to construction for a new detention center, there's fresh concern over whether or not the current one is fully secure.
Ryan McIlvain to seek reelection to Okarche School Board
Okarche School Board President Ryan McIlvain has decided to run for a chance to stay on the board for five more years. The filing period for anyone who wants to run for the seat, position 4 on the board, opens Monday, Dec. 4 and ends Wednesday, Dec. 6. Filings can be made at the Kingfisher County Election Board.
Quick Response from Neighbor and Deputy Saves Man's Life After Car Crash into House Due to Medical Emergency
A man's life is saved by a quick-thinking neighbor and deputy after crashing into a house in Edmond due to a heart attack. The duo performed chest compressions until emergency services arrived, highlighting the importance of community and immediate response in medical emergencies.
These crescent, OK based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near crescent.
Oklahoma County Democrats Host Panel, Campaign Supporters Of New Arena Say It Is A 'Nonpartisan' Proposal
With less than two weeks before the Dec. 12 special election to vote on a proposal for funding a new downtown arena in Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma County Democratic Party hosted a panel answering questions from some of its party membership. The event included JoBeth Hamon, who is the councilperson...
Nominations Closing for 2024 WCRA Stampede at The E
The WCRA (World Champions Rodeo Alliance) is reintroducing the Stampede at The E in 2024, and the nomination period to get qualified ends Dec. 3, 2023. With a total payout of $400,000, the 2024 event will carry out at the famous Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, Jan. 3-6. Stampede at The E will mark the first stop of the 2024 Triple Crown of Rodeo (TCR) series, as well as the 2024 $405,000 Reliance Ranches VRQ Champion bonus program.
Oklahoma County DA Comments On Decision To Re-File Charges In 40-Year-Old Murder
A metro man was charged this month in an Oklahoma City murder and rape case nearly 40 years old. However, this was not the first time John Washington, 69, has been charged for the same crimes. He was even convicted and sentenced to death. The conviction was overturned by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals because Washington did not receive a psychiatric evaluation during his trial. He was eventually found incompetent to stand trial.
Home-Grown Cooking at Farmers Grain
What’s old is new again. It’s an adage that holds true at Farmers Grain, a seasonally driven restaurant at 102 W. 1st Street in downtown Edmond. Its name — and its ethos — is drawn from a bygone flour mill that lives on in the form of scratch-made, locally sourced cooking in a space channeling the atmosphere of a home dinner party. After the closure of Edmond Flour Mill, founded in 1891 as Oklahoma’s first grain elevator and mill, local farmers banded together to form Farmers Grain, a collective designed to market their grains. A century later, the OKC metro has evolved from farmland to a metropolis, and while the original Farmers Grain is no more, a new iteration lives on in the form of a family-run restaurant that’s just as dedicated to farm-fresh cooking and home-grown ingredients.
Kirsten Lang's Weather Forecasts for High School Football Championships
• Tulsa World meteorologist Kirsten Lang has provided weather forecasts for the upcoming high school football state championships in Edmond. • On Thursday, the 4A game between Wagoner and Blanchard will experience cool temperatures and light south winds, with a few showers at the start of the game.
Calumet Officer Recovers From Pursuit Crash
A Calumet police officer is recovering after a crash that ended a more than 60-mile police chase Monday night. The pursuit started in Guthrie when the suspect took off from a traffic stop and ended just west of El Reno. Major Jerry Goodwin, the assistant police chief in Calumet, said he was monitoring the activity on his radio and once he saw the suspect, he knew what he had to do.
Oklahoma 4A state championship game preview: Wagoner looks to defend its title
Two of Class 4A’s most dominant squads will square off Thursday night in the state championship game between Blanchard and Wagoner. The game is scheduled for a 7 p.m. kickoff at Chad Richison Stadium, located on the University of Central Oklahoma campus in Edmond. Wagoner (13-0), ranked third ...
The Enduring Charm of American County Fairs: Tradition, Community, and Agricultural Excellence
County fairs in America are a vibrant embodiment of tradition, community, and agricultural excellence. These events, deeply ingrained in the fabric of rural and small-town life, celebrate the spirit of local communities and the achievements of their residents. Annual gatherings such as the Steele County Free Fair in Minnesota and the Kay County Free Fair in Oklahoma highlight the agricultural expertise of the area, attracting thousands to witness a showcase of livestock, arts, and crafts. Despite historical challenges ranging from the Civil War to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, these fairs have shown remarkable resilience, continually adapting with new attractions and entertainment to maintain their appeal.
Delays in Inmate Release: A Look at Recent Issues in Oklahoma County Jail
In recent news, concerns have arisen regarding the efficiency of the Oklahoma County Jail system, particularly in the timely release of inmates. A case in point is that of Nikita Webb, who found herself in a perplexing situation after a judge ordered her release on misdemeanor drug offenses. While the judge’s decision came on a Monday, Nikita didn’t regain her freedom until a whole week later. This case serves as a stark example of the challenges faced by the Oklahoma County Jail and its impact on individuals involved.
A Splendid Light Display in Nichols Hills
As night falls and neighborhood streets light up, one neighborhood tree stands quite “grand” in more ways than one. Carol and Mike Johnson’s 75-year-old red oak, located on Grand Boulevard in the heart of Nichols Hills, is a sight to behold. “The shape of it is majestic,...