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Alan Nietenhoefer, P&K Equipment store manager, unloads a bicycle from his pickup to donate to the Stillwater Medical Center’s Adopt-A-Family program. P&K Equipment donated 25 bicycles to families in need this holiday season.
Stillwater Medical Center will adopt 43 families for Christmas
Barbara Charles suggested donating the money and is now the coordinator of the Adopt-A-Family program for the hospital. This year, 43 families are being adopted, and each child will receive a bicycle donated by the community.
- Stillwater Salvation Army still has 20 angels on its tree
- Stillwater Medical Center thinks lean in 2014
- Payne County commissioners open road material bids
- Annual Christmas dinner needs volunteers
- Debt cap stymies water project
- National Weather Service Forecast
- Stillwater Children's Theatre presents "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever"
- Stillwater Medical Center will adopt 43 families for Christmas
- Local Sports
No. 7 Cowboys squash Hornets
Oklahoma State opened the second half with a 16-2 run to pull away
- Cushing High wrestling team travels to New Orleans
- Frontier sweeps Coyle, Perkins-Tryon girls remain undefeated
- No. 7 Cowboys squash Hornets
- Our World
Plans finalizing for wind farm near Breckinridge
Breckinridge to be site for 32 turbines
- Federal budget deal would have new hires pay more into pensions
- Plans finalizing for wind farm near Breckinridge
- Crime Beat
- OSU Sports
- Stilly Studio
'Voice' a game changer for Adley Stump
The aspiring singer/songwriter began her journey while working with her sorority, Pi Beta Phi.
- 'Voice' a game changer for Adley Stump