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Make sure your holiday decorations aren’t fire hazards

The winter months are the peak time for fire related deaths, according to the National Safety Council. The leading cause for holiday fires is electrical failure with tree lights. Be sure not to … more

Boys vs girls food drive held

BancFirst in Frederick held its Boys vs. Girls Food Drive recently. The Boys of BancFirst won again with 327 pounds of food donated, vs. the Girls’ 191 lbs. of food! That makes a grand total of … more

Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma funds civic engagement project for KOSU

OKLAHOMA CITY — KOSU, Oklahoma’s flagship NPR station, has received a $156,000 grant from Masonic Charity Foundation of Oklahoma to build on its current engagement work and launch the … more

“Grease” was the word at Frederick High School recently

[email protected] The Frederick High School choir department, led by Carisa Shreiner and Heather Schneider, hosted their production of Grease recently. Grease is a 1971 musical by Jim … more

2021 ornament Arts Council Ornament on sale

In 2011, the Frederick Arts & Humanities Council began selling ornaments as a fundraiser. The ornaments, which feature a person or landmark of importance to Frederick’s history and future, … more

Christmas parade theme announced

The Frederick Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the 2021 Christmas Parade theme has been set.  This year’s theme for floats and downtown decorations will be “My Favorite … more

PIONEER TO HELP CONNECT KIDS WITH SANTA

KINGFISHER – Pioneer is excited to announce it will once again be helping Santa connect with eager boys and girls. This year, the process is a little different and Pioneer customers need to … more

Frederick students place at Southwest District AFR Speech Contest

CACHE— Two Frederick students placed in their respective categories at the American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Southwest District Speech Contest held in Cache, Nov 15.  Claire Collins … more

Thanksgiving: More than pilgrims and turkeys

The history of Thanksgiving dates back to the 1600s, although it likely wasn’t “Thanksgiving” and it was a celebration much different than what we celebrate today. In 1621, the … more

Aviation through the ages

Aviation History Month recognizes the achievements of the men and women who made it happen. When we think about the history of aviation, the first names we might think of are Wilbur and Orville … more

Breakfast with Santa scheduled for Dec. 4

The Frederick Arts & Humanities Council is scheduled to host its annual Breakfast with Santa event on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the historic Ramona Theatre. With Santa sitting … more

What causes post-meal drowsiness on Thanksgiving day?

STILLWATER ¬– After devouring the traditional foods on Thanksgiving, the feeling of drowsiness can become overpowering. The post-meal nap on turkey day has given rise to the myth that … more

Cameron University Foundation sets goal of $6,000 and 100 donors on Giving Tuesday

On Giving Tuesday, the global day of giving, the Cameron University Foundation has set a goal of reaching $6,000 in gifts from at least 100 donors. Giving Tuesday, which rallies people around the … more

Long-time local doctor retires

On a fateful day in 1967, 13 year-old Maha Sultan was told by her dad she had one hour to pack one suitcase and be prepared to leave forever the only home she’d known in Damascus.   … more

Girls on Main scheduled for Nov. 18

The Frederick Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the 2021 Girls on Main is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021, from 4-7 p.m.  Shoppers are encouraged to visit at least ten (or … more

You’re never fully dressed without a smile

The Lawton Community Theatre finally held their production of Annie. Originally scheduled for September, COVID-19 kept the show from going on. The show closed Sunday to a packed house. more

Cameron University’s CU in Computing presentation to focus on Computer Science and Information Technology degree programs

If you’re considering a degree from Cameron University’s Department of Computing and Technology but aren’t sure of the differences between the department’s two undergraduate … more

Simple Ice is simply delicious

Local woman Candie Harper has opened a new shaved ice business called Simple Ice. Harper said the idea of opening her own shaved ice place came to her because she missed Cold Front, the popular … more
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