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 […]

City Council advances face covering ordinance; date for second reading to be determined

July 7, 2020

Media Release  Last night, Stillwater City Council unanimously advanced Ordinance No. 3452 requiring face coverings in public, with proposed changes. The ordinance must be considered at a second reading and published before going into effect— the date for the […]

Women and Caregiving

July 5, 2020

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, causing problems with memory, thinking, and behavior.  Alzheimer’s and dementia can have a devastating impact on families and caregivers, especially women. Not only are women more […]

City leadership monitoring spike in COVID-19 Cases; New, restrictive emergency proclamations may follow

June 19, 2020

Media Release Stillwater cases of COVID-19 are up to 147 active cases as of today, and that number will likely rise over the weekend. During the shelter-at-home phase this spring, Stillwater’s number hovered around 22 active cases.   The surge […]

Rumor control: No OSU or Stillwater Police Officers are in quarantine for COVID-19

June 12, 2020

Media Release It starts as most rumors do. Misunderstanding of facts and events that get shared and altered until someone questions what is really going on. In this case, there was talk in the community […]

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 […]

Stay physically active while social distancing

June 10, 2020

Melinda Caldwell, TSET Healthy Living Program Coordinator  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms that being physically active can help foster normal growth and development, reduce the risk of various chronic diseases, and can […]

Meridian and CareerTech are Oklahoma’s Economic Rapid Response System

June 4, 2020

by Dr. Douglas Major is Superintendent/CEO of Meridian Technology Center, which serves residents of parts of Lincoln, Logan, Noble, Pawnee and Payne counties Virtually every aspect of our economy has felt the impact of COVID-19. […]

Stillwater to move forward with Phase Three of OURS Plan; Details Coming

June 1, 2020

Media Release Governor Kevin Stitt issued a press release late this morning announcing that the state would begin implementing Phase Three of the Open Up Recover Safely (OURS) Plan on Monday, June 1. The City of Stillwater will move forward in […]

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