Due to the power outages and snow storms this week, SWOSU did not have classes Monday through Thursday this week. The campus did not have power at points throughout the week, but the student union did have power and some college students took advantage of this opportunity to do homework and to be…
The recent winter storm caused quite the commotion after it damaged the main line running between El Reno and Weatherford. Residents between these two points were left with intermittent power, if any at all. Left in the dark, options for food and activities were extremely limited. Thanks to the…
Door-to-door trick-or-treating will take place, according to Weatherford Mayor Mike Brown. “Unless we see a big rise in COVID-19 numbers or something bad happens due to COVID-19 trick or treating will go on,” Mayor Brown said. Along with the Trick-or-treating tonight, this is a reminder to set…
More information has been released regarding the shooting involving a SWOSU football player which occurred north of the SWOSU campus Tuesday night. Kingsley Ehigie Ehiemua has officially been charged with First Degree Robbery, Assault with a Dangerous Weapon, and Conspiracy to Commit a Felony…
Weatherford Daily News has announced the winners for the Halloween Coloring Contest. The first place winner for the 4-6 age group is, Davis Day who won $15, Brooke Blackmon received second place and won $10, and the third place recipient was Preslee O’Connor who won $5. The first place winner for…
Windows are being decorated in Weatherford’s Towne Centre as part of Chris-Giving. The Weatherford Daily News in cooperation with the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce Weatherford’s holiday promotion for 2020. Interested businesses can sign up through Monday by contacting the…
Friday during the Weatherford City Commission meeting, the commission passed two fire grants with a unanimous 5-0 vote. The grants include a bid package which includes items like rechargeable batteries, voice amplifiers and face pieces with mask bags. This grant is required due to the FEMA grant…
Jim Loomis, Inc., has been hired as management for the new soccer complex. The time line for the complex already has started. In October, crews sprayed the field with poison in order to kill grass. Crews repeated this four times throughout the month. In November plans, bid packages, bid processes…
The Weatherford City Commission met Friday at City Hall. The agenda included several items, including two of which were tabled last month. Those two items were renewals of agreements for 911 services with Blaine County and the Southwest Oklahoma Regional 911. Both items were passed on a unanimous…
Friday morning, the Weatherford Public Schools Board of Education conducted a special board meeting to discuss hiring an interim superintendent to lead Weatherford Public Schools. The board unanimously approved to hire assistant superintendent Steve Callen as the interim superintendent through the…
Many of today’s homeowners have been inspired by houseflipping shows to learn practical tips and savvy tricks to either increase their home’s resale value or, for those who prefer to stay put, refresh their living space for its long-term use. While these shows highlight the newest trends that…
The recent winter storm caused quite the commotion after it damaged the main line running between…
Door-to-door trick-or-treating will take place, according to Weatherford Mayor Mike Brown. “Unless…
More information has been released regarding the shooting involving a SWOSU football player which…
Due to the power outages and snow storms this week, SWOSU did not have classes Monday through Thursday this week. The campus did not have power at points throughout the week, but the student union did have power and some college students took advantage of this opportunity to do homework and to be in a warm building.
What made you decide to run for City Commission? Terri Lockhart: I was motivated to run because I think there is so much potential in Weatherford and…
Windows are being decorated in Weatherford’s Towne Centre as part of Chris-Giving. The Weatherford Daily News in cooperation with the Weatherford Chamber of…
What made you decide to run for City Commission? Lezley Bell: I have been in Weatherford since 1984, and the growth it has had in those years is phenomenal. I…
Wednesday afternoon, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, (OSSAA) postponed the State Cross Country meet at Edmond Santa Fe High School, which…
Despite the snow storm and power outages this week, the Weatherford Eagles football team is playing the Bethany Bronchos, 7 p.m. today at Woody Roof Field. “…
Wednesday afternoon, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, (OSSAA) postponed the State Cross Country meet at Edmond Santa Fe High School, which…