The Osage Nation Family Violence Prevention Department hosted a stalking awareness seminar Tuesday in Pawhuska, in honor of January being National Stalking Awareness Month.

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A 75-year-old man was killed Sunday evening when his residence caught fire.

People around the world are celebrating the beginning of a new year, but perhaps no one is more excited about the arrival of 2020 than the people of Japan as they prepare to host the Summer Olympics for the first time since 1964. 

Animal Welfare is located at 1710 S Main St.  Animal Welfare is open from 8 to 5, Monday through Friday. You may adopt one of our pets through the Humane Society of Stillwater during their open hours on the weekend as well as through our office during the week.

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At the beginning of the year, most people will set a resolution of becoming physically healthy and join a gym to exercise more. 

Glencoe 4-H has been very busy. At our Sept. 12 meeting, we had a demonstration from Madison Huston on how to read and ear notch pigs. She gave us lots of information and then we were able to practice on paper pigs.  On Sept 21st, several members rode the Ag Booster club float in the Founder…

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Brides and grooms from around the area participated in the 21st-annual Bridal Showcase hosted by the Stillwater News Press on Saturday morning at the Stillwater Community Center.

By any standard, Russ and Alice Sharrock have led interesting lives. The couple has traveled the world, sharing their faith while helping others. Alice is an accomplished artist and writer. Russ has seemingly lived several lives, constantly adapting and reinventing himself.

The Oklahoma State University Cineculture Film Series started in 2009, and showcases a number of films each semester in order to help raise awareness and learn more about sociocultural, political and economic issues around the world and how they are relevant to us.

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The Stillwater Fire Department got approval Monday to replace its 23-year-old ladder truck. Fire Chief Tom Bradley appeared before the Council to report on the bids and make a recommendation.

On Jan. 7, Thomas Lee Mays was ordered to appear in court for violating the sex offender registry. After Mays failed to appear, Judge Stephen Kistler issued a bench warrant for failure to appear on Jan. 8. Kistler set bond in the amount of $15,000.

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A soldier charges alongside a trench, meandering through hundreds of countrymen running to their certain doom, but he doesn’t stop because his mission is to save their lives.

Construction crews took advantage of Westwood Elementary and Stillwater Middle School being empty during the two-week winter break to push toward completion on both construction projects.

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The 2020 Legislators’ Reception will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the Stillwater Public Library. This annual event is sponsored by the Library, League of Women Voters and Friends of the Stillwater Public Library.

The library is generally presumed to be one of the most organized places on the planet. Then why are all of the books you are looking for never in just one spot? The reason is the Dewey Decimal Classification System. 

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Members of the Westwood Neighborhood Association donned their signature green T-shirts Monday night and turned out in force to express their objections to a rezoning request at 302 S. Walnut St. The property in question lies on the far eastern edge of the Westwood Neighborhood Conservation O…

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The Payne County Budget Board approved a request Monday from Payne County Expo Center Director Colin Campbell to designate all employees at the Expo Center as safety sensitive employees under the new county drug testing policy. After an employee is advised their position has been designated …

The Oklahoma State University Cineculture Film Series started in 2009, and showcases a number of films each semester in order to help raise awareness and learn more about sociocultural, political and economic issues around the world and how they are relevant to us.

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The Saville Center is bringing the community together with a hearty fundraiser Friday at First United Methodist. During the Saville Center’s Chili Cook Off people will be able to enter their chili for a chance to win against other cooks, or just stop by at try some chili. Holly Chandler, the…

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If you’re an engaged couple, head out to the annual Stillwater Bridal Showcase from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan.18, at the Stillwater Community Center.

Animal Welfare is located at 1710 S. Main St.  Animal Welfare is open from 8 to 5, Monday through Friday. You may adopt one of our pets through the Humane Society of Stillwater during their open hours on the weekend as well as through our office during the week.

The new year brings with it several changes in ongoing market dynamics, some new opportunities, and some new risks and continuing challenges for cattle and beef markets. The watch list of beef and cattle market factors includes the typical suspects including trade; domestic demand; supply dy…

Post Christmas 2019 saw a second warmer early morning of dense fog, which lifted at 0900. When it lifted, we saw a Canvasback and two Red-breasted Mergansers. Most ducks have remained scarce upon Boomer Lake this winter. More winter birds than usual were in the area, including many singing m…

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Obituaries

James Randolph, 61, died January 21, 2020. Visitation: 6-7:30 p.m. Friday, January 24, 2020: Strode Funeral Home-Stillwater, Oklahoma. His funeral is 2:00 p.m. Saturday, January 25, 2020: Church of Christ-Stillwater. Burial: Sunset Memorial Gardens.

Patricia Lou Bear, 72, died January 21, 2020. Her funeral service will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, January 24, 2020 at the Calvary Assembly of God Church in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Strode Funeral Home and Cremation handling arrangements.

Connie Fay Kendle, 67, passed on Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Dighton Marler Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.