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Executive session part of city agenda
A pending audit investigation and a property matter will be the 2 main topics of discussion for Woodward City Commissioners when they gather for their next regular meeting.
Mooreland family helps shed light on autism
Courtney Campbell is not so quick to judge anymore. When she sees a child in a store or in public having a meltdown, she understands more than she would like about what might be really going on.
Trash Off Day set
City of Woodward residents who wish to take advantage of a chance to perform spring cleaning or others who just have a truck load of trash waiting to go to the landfill can take part in a special Trash Off Day on April 12.
Equipment disposal on county agenda
It looks like the Woodward County Sheriff's Office may be doing a little spring cleaning.
Ombudsman program seeks volunteers
The OEDA Area Agency on Aging is seeking volunteers to fill roles as Ombudsmen.
Filing period coming up for county, state offices
Those interested in running for county or state offices will have 3 days next week to file for candidacy.
Weekend fire has tenants looking for places to live
Another apartment fire in Woodward at Woodridge West over the weekend has displaced seven tenants from their homes and now, after their last day of support from Red Cross, they are left without a place to live.
Museum announcing major donation
A Mooreland couple who left the area in 1929 to follow the hope of a better life to California never lost their love for Northwest Oklahoma and have left their entire estate to the Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum.
Fort Hood gunman sought mental health treatment
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — An Iraq War veteran being treated for mental illness was the gunman who opened fire at Fort Hood, killing three people and wounding 16 others before committing suicide, in an attack on the same Texas military base where more than a dozen people were slain in 2009, authorities said.
Panel OKs education funding bill
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A new plan to divert hundreds of millions of dollars in state revenue from transportation directly to public schools in Oklahoma over the next several years passed a key Senate committee on Wednesday.
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