OCTC presents Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen this weekend
The Owasso Community Theatre Company will present Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Mary Glass Performing Arts Center at Owasso High School.
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
When 42-year-old Dianne Smith of Owasso went in for a routine mammogram in 2004, she had no idea her life would soon change forever. A follow-up biopsy revealed a lump.
Memorial Pumpkin Patch Run is Saturday
First United Methodist Church of Owasso welcomes the community to its annual sanctioned running event, part of its Pumpkin Patch for Missions, on Saturday.
Council to decide on fire station repairs
The Owasso Fire Department is asking the city council to approve some needed upgrades for Fire Station No. 1 (8901 N. Garnett Rd.), including an emergency generator and roof and siding repairs.
6,994 signatures certified for Rogers County Grand Jury
The Rogers County Election Board certified 6,994 verified signatures of register voters who signed a grand jury petition to investigate District Attorney Janice Steidley, her three assistants and two county commissioners.
ODOT schedules Bird Creek Bridge replacement
More than a decade after the Oklahoma Department of Transportation created its first comprehensive eight-year construction plan, they have adopted another eight-year plan that includes $6 billion in highway and bridge improvements.
Collinsville man dies in Wednesday morning auto collision
A Collinsville man died early Wednesday from injuries sustained in a single-vehicle collision, as reported by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
First United Methodist Church opens Annual Pumpkin Patch
First United Methodist Church of Owasso’s Annual Pumpkin Patch for Missions has officially opened for the season.
A place of Peace
Stone Canyon held a dedication of its new labyrinth with Owasso Eagle Scout Candidate Nolan Henning and Boy Scout Troop #99 on Monday.
City renews contract with Retail Attractions
Retail development consulting firm, Retail Attractions, will continue its work for Owasso with the city council renewing its one-year contract.
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