Hope brings film to home state
A Waynoka native is excited to be bringing his first feature-length film to screen in his home state later this month.
Day wraps up 63 years as legal secretary
In 1950, when clients walked into the office of attorneys, Tom Hieronymous and Tom Wright, the first thing they might have heard was Rose Ella Day's fingers flying across a standard typewriter.
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
There are roughly 1/16th of the veterans alive today who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War II.
One of those brave men, Roy C. Best, was among those honored Friday afternoon during a Veteran's day program at the Early Childhood Center.
Northwest Inn offers new look for Travelers
Situated on one of our community's major intersections at 1st Street and Williams Avenue, the Northwest Inn wants to be a welcoming site for visitors to Woodward.
Local teen to appear in Seventeen Magazine
When Jocelyn Flores turned 15, she knew her Quinceanera would be special.
She had planned many years ahead for the Latin celebration that marks a girl's 15th birthday.
Highland Park zombies a hit on Internet
What started out as a 5th grade music project has turned into an Internet sensation.
White Horse Ranch offers hope, treatment
When Kyla Dolph was 16 years old, she wanted to die.
Suicidal with a tragically fractured relationship with her father and mother, the young teen resorted to drugs and "cutting" to dull or erase her painful existence, she said.
Rogers family this year's ambassador for March of Dimes
Have you ever seen a 4-pound tank?
Rachelle and Steven Rogers have. When their son Kyler, who they nicknamed "Tank," was born 7-weeks early in January 2010.
Physician finds perfect fit in Woodward
It was faith and family that brought Dr. Laci Waner to Woodward.
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