Calling all shutterbugs for 24-hour event
The Woodward News has scheduled a new project - one in which we hope readers will be active participants.
Sculpture replaces tree in family's yard
When Mike and Laura McGinnis moved to Woodward in March of 2012, one of the things that drew them to their new home in Boiling Springs Estates was the large elm tree in their front yard.
Former state representative named as Freedom Old Cowhand
FREEDOM - Former State Representative Elmer Maddux said in 2006 that having a highway named for him was "the honor of a lifetime."
Longdale group to celebrate 45 years of music
LONGDALE--The Longdale Country Op'ra will soon mark a milestone anniversary as members of the community have come together for over 4 decades to share and celebrate a love of making music.
Didier joins animal hospital
Woodward Animal Hospital has added a new veterinarian, Michael Didier, to its staff.
Astronomy group to meet Saturday
Astronomy fans will be getting together Saturday, Aug. 11 for the monthly meeting of the Starcreek Astronomical Society (SAS).
Ghost hunters to converge in Enid
ENID - Ghostlahoma 2012, a conference addressing paranormal activity and mysterious creatures, will be held in Enid this year.
Riley teaching campers how to make a puppet
Since the age of 8, ventriloquism and puppeteering have fascinated Patrick Riley.
Mooreland man makes ultimate motorcycle trip
Have you ever wanted to take a road trip from coast to coast? Not just from the Atlantic to the Pacific, but from where the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean meet to the Arctic Ocean?
Rodeo queens active in sport
"It's not a beauty pageant," said Kallie Baker of the Miss Rodeo Oklahoma contest.
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