The 2018 Guide to a Fun-Filled Fall in Stillwater

October 3, 2018

Fall has officially begun and with its arrival, Stillwater and the surrounding area offers many opportunities for good ol’ fashioned family fun. Wonderful fall weather doesn’t last long in Oklahoma, so seize the day with […]

Reflections Arts Program Kicks off in Stillwater Schools

September 9, 2018

Story and images provided by Anu Sukhdial Pablo Picasso famously said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he (she) grows up.” The National PTA Reflections Arts in […]

Local Entrepreneur’s Business, My”Buddy”Towel™, Receives National Recognition as an American Small Business Champion by SCORE

June 27, 2018

Media Release My”Buddy”Towel™ has been named a winner of The 2018 American Small Business Championship by SCORE, the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors. The Championship awarded this title to 102 entrepreneurs for […]

Missoula Children’s Theatre Returns in July

June 7, 2018

Story submitted by MCT and edited by Ammie Bryant, Photos provided by Missoula Children’s Theatre Auditions for Missoula Children Theatre’s production of GULLIVER’S TRAVELS are set for Monday, July 23rd at the Stillwater Community Center […]

Backpack Buddies to benefit Leaders of Tomorrow

June 3, 2018

Story by Debra Higgins, Altrusa International Stillwater, OK. INC. Altrusa is an International Service Organization. We strive to connect with the communities, in which we live, to enhance the quality of life through service.  Altrusa […]

SPS Students Shine at State and National PTA Reflections Competition

May 10, 2018

The National PTA Reflections® program is a nation-wide fine arts competition open to students from pre-K to 12th grade, and encourages students to create and submit original works in several major arts categories including: visual […]

This Summer at Your Library

May 10, 2018

Story and images provided by Stillwater Public Library Fun, reading, and prizes abound at the “Libraries Rock!” summer reading programs designed for kids, teens, and adults. The summer program includes reading challenges, prizes, and weekly […]

From the Editor (May 2018)

May 2, 2018

By Ammie Bryant, Editor As we finish and send the May issue to print, teachers and students are heading back to school after two inspiring, yet frustrating, weeks of advocacy for increased funding for education. […]

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