Gameday reminders: tailgating prohibited, guidelines to be enforced

September 17, 2020

Media Release As we kick off the 2020 Cowboy Football season, the City of Stillwater reminds fans to cheer on the cowboys responsibly amidst the current pandemic. Gameday guidelines to remember ·         OSU is prohibiting tailgating on campus ·         The City […]

Stillwater Public Schools Cancels Athletic Events

September 16, 2020

Plus a statement from the district Media release  In accordance with its safety protocols Stillwater Public Schools has cancelled all athletic and extracurricular events from September 13-19.  Payne County is currently designated in the Red […]

2020 Mummy and Son Dance, Halloween Festival among City events cancelled due to COVID-19

September 10, 2020

Media Release Many residents have been asking: are the City’s annual events happening this year? Due to safety concerns around the current pandemic, the City has cancelled the following 2020 recreational events: Mummy and Son […]

Stillwater Public Schools Expands Meal Service

September 10, 2020

Media Release All Stillwater children are now able to receive free breakfasts and lunches from Stillwater Public Schools (SPS) regardless of school enrollment or income status. This temporary program is made possible through the receipt […]

OSU Team Conducting Survey Research on Dementia Home Care in the Time of COVID-19

September 10, 2020

Story provided by Aging Advocates Family caregivers with a relative with dementia often experience what has been called the ‘unexpected career of caregiver,’ facing multi-faceted, complex, and stressful life situations that can have important consequences. […]

Stillwater sees large spike in COVID-19 cases; emphasizes caution

August 27, 2020

Media Release The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 37 new COVID-19 cases in Stillwater and 40 overall in Payne County today. According to the Payne County Health Department, approximately 70% of the new cases are within the […]

Back to school a much different meaning in 2020

August 9, 2020

by Roger Moore The concept known as the “Butterfly Effect” comes from the early 1970s and Edward Lorenz, a meteorologist who proposed the possibility that small causes may have momentous effects. Originally connected to weather […]

OSU students returning to Stillwater; What that means to residents

August 6, 2020

Media Release With Oklahoma State University returning for fall classes, many in the Stillwater community are wondering what that means for residents. “We understand that you have questions about how 20,000 new residents will affect our response […]

Face coverings required in public beginning Saturday, July 11

July 10, 2020

Media Release Stillwater residents will be required to wear face coverings in public spaces beginning Saturday, July 11, due to COVID-19 concerns. Stillwater City Council passed Ordinance 3452 regarding required face coverings on Thursday evening. The ordinance will remain in […]

Second reading of face covering ordinance set for Thursday

July 8, 2020

Media Release The second reading date is set: Stillwater City Council will consider Ordinance No. 3452 requiring face coverings in public for a second and final time. The special meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July […]

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