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OnStage Woodward receives top awards
A local theatre company recently received several top awards at a statewide contest.
Hickman reviews legislative work
Oklahoma Speaker of the House Jeff Hickman dropped by the Woodward Chamber of Commerce luncheon Monday and offered a short update on the past legislative session.
County OKs appointments at meeting
County Commissioners on Monday appointed personnel to key requisitioning and receiving positions with the Woodward County Health Department and approved resolutions to allow the county treasurer to invest available funds so money can earn interest.
Fight over state standards raises questions about qualifications
OKLAHOMA CITY — With a simple flourish of Gov. Mary Fallin’s pen last month, Common Core was no more. Taking shape in the void has been a pitched battle over who will control the educational standards that replace it.
Wild Horse adoption set July 25, 26
The first Wild Horse and Burro Adoption in Woodward since 2009 is scheduled July 25 and 26 at the Crystal Beach Stadium.
It's Rodeo Week
There are big events and there are Big events.
Then, you have the BIG event.
It's year 84 for the Woodward Elks Rodeo, one of the major summer stops along the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Circuit.
Board to fill several teaching vacancies
Items on the Woodward Board of Education agenda each month are typically listed by letters of the alphabet.
For the July 14 meeting virtually all the letters are in use as board members will go through a lengthy agenda on Monday. The meeting is set for 6 p.m. in the videoconference room at the administration building, 1023 10th St.
ESL classes continue to grow
When Cambodian born Kuneth Ly (pronounced Lee) came to live in Oklahoma with her American born husband, she didn’t know any English at all and she certainly never thought she would wind up living in Woodward as a business owner.
Plane flips near Laverne football field
A man piloting his 2014 Beechcraft from Hays, Kan. to Amarillo, Texas ran out of fuel and ditched the plane in a field just about 200 yards north of the Laverne High School Football field, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Surplus equipment program restored
OKLAHOMA CITY — The military will continue sending millions of dollars in surplus equipment to rural fire departments, though with new conditions that one Oklahoma official says could make the process more complicated.
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