In the Fallout Shelter: Civil Defense in Stillwater

October 11, 2017

by James Gregory, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Registrar One of the most recognizable symbols of the Cold War era is the black and yellow sign with the words “Fallout Shelter” that we’ve all seen […]

Artist Show features Jude Tolar and Jill Webber

October 9, 2017

Story by Lauren Schatz Since retiring in 2011, former art teacher Jill Webber is letting go of her teaching mindset and is becoming a student herself. Webber, who before didn’t have much time to spend […]

Homecoming, Harvest, and Halloween

October 5, 2017

Story by Roger Moore, Photos courtesy of Sheerar Museum Photo Collection October means two things around Stillwater – Halloween and Homecoming. One has a history that dates back much longer than the community while the […]

Your Guide to a Fun-Filled Fall in Stillwater

October 2, 2017

By Ammie Bryant, Editor It may be cliché, but fall really is one of my favorite times of the year. The weather turns a little cooler (eventually—it is Oklahoma, after all), all things pumpkin-spice appear, […]

‘Nunsense’ opens September 28th

September 27, 2017

Story and images provided by Town & Gown Theatre Town & Gown Theatre is excited to begin the 67th season on September 28th with the entertaining mini musical Nunsense, written by Dan Goggin and Directed […]

Ingrid Hendrix Archetypal

September 25, 2017

October 5- Nov. 10, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, October 5, 2017, 6-8pm Modella Gallery is pleased to present Ingrid Hendrix Archetypal, an exhibition of work ceramicist, Ingrid Hendrix. Hendrix created ceramic sculptures described as edgy, […]

How Dry Was It? Prohibition in Stillwater

September 14, 2017

Story and images provided by Amy Loch, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director When you hear the word prohibition, most people imagine the roaring 20s filled with bootleg liquor and social excess, but not all […]

Friday Night Lights in Historic Stillwater

September 7, 2017

Story and images provided by Roger Moore Historians speak of Stillwater’s early settlers pitching tents and dipping their feet in Stillwater creek near what is now Couch Park. Those early Kansans we know as Boomers […]

Creative Writing course offered at Stillwater Public Library

August 16, 2017

Writer and instructor, Jessica Glover, returns to Stillwater Public Library for a seven week series on creative writing, offered by OSU Art & Sciences Outreach. The fee-based class, “Write Now: an Introduction to Creative Writing” […]

SHS Band: EVERYONE COUNTS

August 10, 2017

On Wednesday, August 10, the Stillwater High School Band performed their new show “God Save the Queen” for parents, family, and friends as the culmination of nearly three weeks of marching band camp. The show […]

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