Stillwater welcomes new deputy fire marshal

August 26, 2020

Story provided by City of Stillwater On Tuesday, Stillwater pinned it’s Deputy Fire Marshal. The City welcomes Thomas Tharp and thanks him for his continued service to the Stillwater Community.  Tharp has enjoyed serving the City of Stillwater and the surrounding community as […]

PSA: School zones active regardless of distance learning

August 26, 2020

Stillwater Public Schools (SPS) have transitioned to distance learning for the week of Aug. 24, and this has left some residents wondering: are school zones still active? The answer: yes. Stillwater residents can expect all school zones to […]

American Airlines’ decision to suspend service for October

August 20, 2020

Media Release — A Statement for Stillwater Regional Airport Director Paul Priegel Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people are hesitant to make travel plans. This has affected air travel worldwide, particularly for smaller markets like Stillwater Regional Airport […]

Meridian Superintendent Named President of National Association of Career and Technical Education Board of Directors

August 19, 2020

Story by Meridian Technology Center Dr. Douglas R. Major, Superintendent/CEO of Meridian Technology Center, was recently sworn in as President of the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE), the largest professional organization in the […]

City implements further restrictions for bars in latest declaration of emergency

August 19, 2020

MEDIA RELEASE Stillwater Mayor Joyce signed the latest proclamation declaring a state of emergency amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of Stillwater’s existing restrictions and guidelines remain the same, though Stillwater’s bars are now required to follow stricter guidelines. Bars, nightclubs, dancehalls and bar […]

Stillwater Board of Education Member Stepping Down

August 18, 2020

Story provided by Stillwater Public Schools Ashley Moore, who was elected and began serving on the StillwaterBoard of Education in June, is stepping down. Moore recently accepted a position as Director of Gifted and Talented […]

OSU Lab for Research and Instruction in Environmental Factors for an Aging Population

August 15, 2020

Story provided by Emily Roberts, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,  OSU Department of Design, Housing, and Merchandising Students and faculty at Oklahoma State University have an innovative new lab for teaching and research. The Human Environmental Factors […]

The League of Women Voters and the 100-year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

August 13, 2020

Story by Lindsey Ettinger, Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Intern  The League of Women Voters was officially founded in Chicago in February 1920, just six months before the 19th amendment was ratified and women […]

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