Tasty Tales of Stillwater History Through Recipe Cards

July 6, 2020

Tasty Tales of Stillwater History Through Recipe Cards Story provided by Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Director Amelia Chamberlain Getting ready to cook a recipe isn’t quite what it used to be. Instead of […]

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 […]

Campus Leaders Initiate Bridge-Building Dialogue to Engage the Community

July 3, 2020

Story provided by OSU Communications With the nation transfixed by a momentous civil rights movement, OSU diversity leaders raised their voices, inviting members of the OSU community to join the conversation. The Community Advancing Conversation […]

City Postpones Boomer Blast Fireworks Show

July 1, 2020

Story provided by City of Stillwater Out of concern for public health and safety in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City has postponed this year’s Boomer Blast event, an annual Independence Day celebration on […]

CASA Volunteer of the Month for July 2020

June 30, 2020

Story provided by CASA for Kids serving Payne and Logan counties Deanita Henry is CASA’s July Volunteer of the Month. Deanita is from Stillwater. She has six children with the oldest, who they adopted at […]

Richmond Elementary Assistant Principal Announced

June 29, 2020

Story and photo provided by Stillwater Public Schools Stillwater Public Schools announced today that former Richmond Elementary Assistant Principal Joy Cawood is returning to the school after a one-year absence. Over the past year Cawood […]

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 […]

Meridian Technology Center Students Named Finalists in NASA HUNCH Design Competition

June 18, 2020

Story provided by Meridian Technology Center Pre-Engineering students Robert Paddack, Austin Rouser and Tanner Dollar had a stellar ending to their time at Meridian Technology Center. The trio spent their last year in Meridian Technology […]

Stillwater Fire Department welcomes new fire marshal, lieutenants

June 15, 2020

Media Release On Friday, June 12, 2020, the Stillwater Fire Department pinned its new fire marshal, Steve Sylvester, and two lieutenants, Zach Miller and Hunter Woods. The City welcomes it’s new marshal and lieutenants and thanks them […]

Sangre Ridge Gains New Assistant Principal

June 14, 2020

Media Release Richmond Elementary Assistant Principal Brandi Green will be transferring across the district to serve in the same capacity at Sangre Ridge Elementary. This January Green began splitting her time between the two locations […]

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