Students from Creighton University in Omaha, Neb., spent last week in Stroud, working on a Habitat for Humanity house. Students worked on adding siding to the outside of the house, laying down flooring on the inside and completing the trimwork of the windows. In the fall, Creighton University…
Thursday, Mar. 19, Ed Dyer, pictured to the left, with First Physicians Capital Group presented a check to City manager Bob Pearman, pictured to the right. First Physicians Capital Group donated $10,000 for a variety of projects to be completed across Stroud. Those projects include the purchase of…
Beginning Saturday, March 21, First Physicians Capital Group (FPCG) will postpone all elective surgeries, non-essential medical and surgical procedures in its hospitals until further notice in response to COVID-19. The group manages two hospitals including Stroud Regional Medical Center and The…
Nicole Baker, Stroud Nutrition employee pictured to the right, sets down a bag of food on a table outside Parkview Elementary School. The pickup and drop off line that was used to welcome students to school is now being used as a drive through to provide food to students. Monday through Thursday…
Do you think that more and more people are getting confused about our Creator? Are we claiming victory in Jesus without doing what He said? The instructions He gave us are to get us away from our self as man to Him. We are supposed to be like God. Not with our self-righteousness but His…
The 2020-2021 cheerleading squads for the Stroud High School and Stroud Middle School have been announced. Pictured above is next year’s high school cheerleading squad. Back row, from left to right: Kathryn Thornton, Abby Bolding, Savanna Collins, Angel Estrada, Destiny Hixon, Lauren Langford and…
Town Talk will not hold it’s April meeting. We will continue to look for ideas to help our community, but will not be meeting or hosting fundraisers until we are given the “all clear” that the virus threat is behind us. We want to keep our volunteers and supporters safe during this difficult time…
United Country Real Estate, the largest lifestyle and country real estate company in the U.S., recently announced that United Country Real Estate | Mike Bendele Co. based in Chandler, OK, ranked number 1 in United Country’s international network of nearly 500 offices for 2019. “Offices like UCRE…
The Sac and Fox Nation tribal leaders have authorized the purchase and installation of an indoor and outdoor Mass Notification and Warning System for the Tribal Capital Grounds. There are two phases to the installation process. This new system will replace the single outdoor pole siren located at…
As we finish up our second week of self-quarantine at Prairie Pointe, all is well. We are all healthy and feeling blessed to be in a safe place during these uncertain times. We continue to shelter in place with only staff allowed to go and come from the building. Upon arrival for a shift, each…
Officials of the Sac and Fox Nation and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation have executed a Memorandum of Agreement to reconstruct the bridge over Salt Creek, pictured to the right, on State Highway 99 north of Stroud. The location is 1.26 miles north of US 66. State highway officials have…
Stroud City Council members discussed the results of the CH Guernsey rate study, during the monthly…
Classrooms are quiet and students’ desks are empty across Lincoln County and the state following a…
Classrooms are quiet and students’ desks are empty across Lincoln County and the state following a…
Additional security, closed doors and cancelled events have become the new normal in Lincoln County. Visitors to the Lincoln County Courthouse will find a Corona Virus screening questionnaire along with a temperature check. Although unsure of how long these added security measures will last, Lincoln County Sheriff Deputy Kevin Chapman said this is a good step in a positive direction for precautionary measures. Governor Kevin Stitt issued an executive order declaring all 77 counties in an emergency. The District Courts have been directed to…
Thursday, Mar. 19, Ed Dyer, pictured to the left, with First Physicians Capital Group presented a check to City manager Bob Pearman, pictured to the right.…
Beginning Saturday, March 21, First Physicians Capital Group (FPCG) will postpone all elective surgeries, non-essential medical and surgical procedures in its…
Nicole Baker, Stroud Nutrition employee pictured to the right, sets down a bag of food on a table outside Parkview Elementary School. The pickup and drop off…
The 2020-2021 cheerleading squads for the Stroud High School and Stroud Middle School have been announced. Pictured above is next year’s high school…
The Tigers didn’t score much against Meeker and Prague last week, but they didn’t need to, thanks to Bryce Hughey, Blake Parrick and Seth Cline. The three…
The Stroud boys golf team have played in two tournaments in Catoosa and Wewoka. At the tournament in Catoosa, the team shot a total score of 440. At the…
The annual Prague Kolache Festival is Saturday, May 2, with the theme for the parade “From Praha to Prague.” Everyone is invited to participate in the parade…
• Thursday, Feb. 20 - Town Talk Trivia at 6 p.m. in the American Legion Building. • Thursday, Feb. 20 - Stroud Clothing Ministry from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. •…
Parkview Elementary School will begin enrolling Pre-Kindergarten students starting on Monday, March 02, 2020. Students must be four on or before September 1,…