Hennessey Board of Education members took no action Monday night on the notice of Superintendent Dr. Mike Woods June 30 retirement/resignation.
Kingfisher city commissioners declined to take action Monday night on an ordinance adjusting city utility rates, citing concerns for residents still reeling from economic impacts of the pandemic.
Hennessey schools registered nurse Shelley Choate-Muzny was given the go-ahead to give15-minute COVID-19 rapid tests to Hennessey students and employees this week.
Kingfisher County commissioners discussed a fuel purchasing proposal submitted by B.J. Waeger and Leo Voth of Sooner Cooperative in Fairview, but took no action.
The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB) announced last week the appointment of Ty Peck to its board of directors.
Peck is a 2003 graduate of Kingfisher High School who is now the crude supply manager for CVR Refining.
Dover Public School recently announced its honor rolls for the first semester of the 2020-21 school year.
The Three Rivers Conference Tournament championship trophies aren’t going anywhere as one repeat and then a three-peat took place in the title games Saturday at Fairview.
Kingfisher County Court Clerk Lisa Markus issued a marriage license Jan. 11 to the following couple: Dennis and Kyle Lynn Pugh, 59, both of Kingfisher.