Lahoma Grunewald to mark 99th birthday
The story of Lahoma Grunewald’s birth is fantastic and she tells it, 99 years later, as if she were an observer of the event and it happened only yesterday.
Grunewald’s birthday is today (Aug 2).
Nix celebrating 99 years
It was a time when summers were white, cotton curtains waving hello in open windows and children’s bicycle tires chewed paved roads that led to grassy bottomed swimming holes.
Local women gain gun knowledge
What is the safe and proper way to hold a pistol?
That was one of the questions on the mind of women who attended licensed Fire Arms Instructor Calvin Nelson's conceal and carry certification course this past weekend.
Woodward grad making mark as tattoo artist
When Joey Hamilton was about to graduate from Woodward High School some 27 years ago, the best course of action, he thought then, was to enlist into the U.S. Air Force.
Woodward boy gets AmTryke
A rare disease hasn't slowed little Talon Waibel down. Especially not now that he's got some new wheels.
Service provides warm meals, fellowship
A hot meal with a side of care.
That's what the volunteers with Panhandle Nutrition Service (PNS) deliver when they take meals to the homebound in Woodward.
Area auctioneer wins world title
Dustin Focht sits tall in his auction block and chants a rhythmic melody, on which the 43-year-old has built a new kind of life for the last 13 years.
Infrared camera can help with safety
Ever since Spencer Albracht can remember, he has been taking things apart, curious about just what made them work.
"Back then, when I was a kid, I mostly couldn’t get them put back together,” Albracht joked.
Celebrating with American Cancer Society
Teams at this year's Relay for Life in Woodward had a party.
A birthday party that is, as they celebrated the 100th anniversary of the American Cancer Society (ACS). They also celebrated how ACS seeks to help all cancer patients celebrate more birthdays.
So during Friday night's Relay birthday party, the guests of honor were, as they are every year, the many local cancer survivors.
The News visited with just a few of these brave battlers who shared stories about their individual journeys to overcome cancer.
Patterson preparing for national contest
She wants to be the rodeo queen who makes time for people and remembers where she came from.
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