A Long-Overdue Conversation *

July 4, 2020

By Roger Moore Recent discussion, local and national, revolves around something everyone seems to have taken for granted for the last century – knowledge of history and the implications for not at least attempting to […]

“Uprising: Solidarity & Social Justice”

June 12, 2020

A Call to Artists Story provided by Modella Gallery Modella Gallery has been been disturbed about the continuing situation related to abuse of power, racial terror, bigotry, and hatred rather than unification and cohesion. We […]

Tabletop Games in the midst of Quarantine

June 11, 2020

Story by Roger Moore Not that quarantines, self-isolation, or shelter-in-place orders are things we hope for, but they can allow for a trip down memory lane. Being stuck at home means a chance to finally […]

Virtual Summer Art Camp- Art and the Ologies

May 27, 2020

Story provided by Prairie Arts Center This year’s summer camps are a playful pairing of art and the ologies! Together, we will explore the many ways artwork illustrates, aids, and even creates human understanding in […]

Stillwater’s History in Hats: From the Functional to the Sublime

May 9, 2020

Story provided by Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar The Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar has an extensive textile collection—including over 250 hats. The Museum’s collection also contains numerous historic photographs including pictures of […]

Stillwater Public Schools’ Music Education Program Receives National Recognition for 4th Consecutive Year

May 5, 2020

Story provided by Stillwater Public Schools The NAMM Foundation has honored Stillwater Public Schools with the Best Communities for Music Education designation for its outstanding commitment to music education. 754 school districts across the country […]

*“Tradition!” Stillwater High School presents classic for the spring musical (cancelled)

April 10, 2020

Story and photos by Josephine Bryant *UPDATE: Due to COVID-19 and cancellations of all school activities, the SHS Spring Musical has been cancelled. Please see our Editor’s note at the bottom of this page for […]


April 9, 2020

Story provided by Stillwater Community Singers, Photos by Josh Dean Photography *UPDATE: This concert has been cancelled. Please see *Editor’s note at the bottom of the page. The Stillwater Community Singers invite the community to […]

“Where Oklahoma Began”

April 5, 2020

Stillwater’s Earliest Citizens Story by Rachel Seitz, Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar OSU Writing Intern  On April 22, 1889, cannon fire signaled the official start of the first Oklahoma Land Run, which opened up […]

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