Makeover Masterpiece

October 12, 2017

Story and photos provided by LaRitz Salon & Spa Great news everyone, fall is finally here! ‘Tis the season for football, bonfires, pumpkin spice, and beautiful hair. Fall is a transitional season for hair color. […]

Stillwater and OSU safety teams prepare for America’s Greatest Homecoming Celebration

October 11, 2017

Media Release As an estimated 80,000 alumni return to Stillwater for the 2017 Oklahoma State University Homecoming Celebration this week, the City of Stillwater’s public safety team in partnership with Oklahoma State University’s Police Department is finalizing its safety […]

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 […]

Library class urges community members to go to bat for Oklahoma bats

October 10, 2017

Media Release Gone are the days when bats were considered a frightening Halloween-time menace, out for blood. Today, most people understand that bats are an important part of the environment, dispersing seeds, pollinating plants and […]

Cocina San Pasqual—A Feast from Love

October 10, 2017

Story and photos by Sally Finnegan “Spiritually—I don’t know how to say this but—spiritually and physically, the food is just very good,” Leah Aufill said, smacking her lips.   Beginning in 1999, Leah sold cut […]

Be a Tourist in Your Own Community – Santa’s Reindeer are Coming to Town

October 9, 2017

Story and photos provided by Visit Stillwater Last year we launched the series “Be a Tourist in Your Own Community” highlighting tips and suggestions about experiencing unique events and attractions in your own backyard. On […]

City releases second survey on funding options for critical infrastructure projects

October 9, 2017

MEDIA RELEASE For the past two months, the City of Stillwater has collected feedback about critical infrastructure projects that could be funded by a general obligation (GO) bond. “We’ve been listening,” City Manager Norman McNickle said, “and one thing […]

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 […]

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