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Moose to host masquerade ball
The Moose Lodge will be hosting its first ever Masquerade Ball on Saturday.
OBI holding blood drive at 2 locations
The surge in the flu and other common winter illnesses has Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) ready for ‘double trouble’.
County turns down zoning requests
Two separate requests by owners for zoning changes on two separate properties were struck down in the Woodward County Commissioner's meeting Monday morning after several people showed up to protest.
Legislators have even less money to appropriate
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Legislature will have about $188 million less available this year to spend on state services than last year, an even deeper hole than was initially projected, a state panel determined Tuesday.
Red Cross holding flu prevention education event
The American Red Cross along with local partners will be hosting a cold and flu preparedness event on Friday (Feb. 21) from 9:30 a.m. to 12;30 p.m. at the Woodward Senior Center, 1420 Downs.
Okla. House speaker talks Capitol repair, tax cuts
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The state Capitol architect briefed House Republicans on some of the major repairs needed for the nearly 100-year-old building, but newly elected House Speaker Jeff Hickman said Monday no consensus has been reached on how to finance the overhaul.
High Plains sets up new system for emergency management
High Plains Technology Center is in the process of implementing a new web-based emergency management system for its campus.
Liston serious about her craft
If you sit down for just a few moments with Woodward fiber expert Sherry Liston she'll spin you a tale while she's spinning a tail - or at least some fur from a lamb's tail or rabbit's tail.
You can now check out shelter animals online
The ever-growing popularity of the Internet and Facebook have made it much easier for people to research and find information regarding just about anything.
Concerns pop up over third grade reading tests
A new law that could impact a number of Woodward School District’s third graders has school administrators working overtime to ensure the students take a test that is fair.
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