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Emergency personnel work at the scene of a 2-vehicle accident southeast of Woodward Sunday afternoon.
One hospitalized, several hurt in 2-vehicle accident
One person was hospitalized and several others treated for various injuries as the result of a 2-vehicle accident southeast of Woodward Sunday afternoon.
- School board to fill more positions
- Play will take you back in time
- Sod House Museum features pioneering spirit in open house
- Equipment disposal big part of county agenda
- One hospitalized, several hurt in 2-vehicle accident
Football playoffs rescheduled
Due to the approaching winter storm expected to affect most of the state, football championship and semifinal games have been rescheduled.
- Boomers, Alva set to clash in season opener
- Trojans lose in double overtime
- Wagoner edges Boomers 28-21 in state quarterfinals
- No. 12 Oklahoma State clobbers No. 23 Texas 38-13
- Football playoffs rescheduled
Family traditions big part of Thanksgiving
For Gary Lemmons of Laverne, there is nothing like the memories that his wife, Oleta, has created by her energetic and thoughtful display of kindness when her family comes to visit during the Thanksgiving holiday.
- Veteran recalls World War II service
- Northwest Inn offers new look for Travelers
- Local teen to appear in Seventeen Magazine
- Highland Park zombies a hit on Internet
- Family traditions big part of Thanksgiving
We must be willing to take risks
You probably already know this, but for the sake of clarity, I will tell you again; Oklahoma is the sixth largest oil producing state in America-has been for a long time.
- Memories, effects of 9/11
- We need to have real conversations
- Vote yes for improvements
- Election facts
- We must be willing to take risks
Woodward could support more retailers
An economic development consultant believes Woodward has the business environment and community dynamic to support more retailers. Ricky Hayes, with the consulting firm Retail Attractions, presented Woodward city commissioners with the highlights from his recent market analysis of the city during their meeting Monday, April 15.
Later during the city meeting, City Manager Alan Riffel made some comments about the anniversary of the 2012 Woodward Tornado. Click to watch a video of his comments.
- VIDEO: Tornado Prayer Vigil
- SLIDESHOW: Sandy delivers snow to East
- VIDEO: Sandy brings more snow to Appalachian Mountains
- SLIDESHOW: Hurricane Sandy brings wind, water
- Woodward could support more retailers