About 45 or 50. That’s the number of names on one Stillwater Police detective’s watch list.
This year, Stillwater’s premiere music festival, Calf Fry, will have less beer can throwing and more enforced safety regulations.
A Stillwater man was arrested Friday after police interrupted a burglary in progress at a Stillwater drug store.
A church in Stillwater plans to feed 2,000 meals to college students from Oklahoma State University during finals week May 6-10.
Downtown Stillwater acts as the creative epicenter for the city.
Sex offender arrested for molestation, failure to register
The Stillwater Music Festival was this past weekend, and it offered Stillwater an opportunity to hear live music for free.
The Stillwater Music Festival: Blues & More will be hosted Friday and Saturday night at the Stillwater Community Center, featuring two evenings of free live music with food trucks and raffles. The shows begin at 6 p.m., with different performances each night.
The word "first" has several connotations associated with it.
Body Found in Pond
In a room crowded with friends, family and supporters, three men and one woman took an oath to uphold the laws of both the United States and Oklahoma and to serve with integrity.
In a town full of students missing home, there is a barbecue stand that takes pride in good home cooking, as if it’s cooked in your backyard.
Stillwater man picked the wrong bike to steal
Sabiha Parveen, assistant professor at Oklahoma State University brought to light the important issues of brain health and cognitive decline at the Stillwater Public Library.
Stillwater Public Schools elementary attendance boundaries will be adjusted for the 2019-2020 school year, the Board of Education voted Tuesday.
Stillwater elementary and middle school students will be released early on Fridays starting next year, the Stillwater Board of Education voted Tuesday.
The Kappa Alpha Theta map amendment was not voted on; instead, Theta withdrew their application before the City Council meeting on Monday night.
The Stillwater Utilities Authority voted unanimously to pass an amendment to an agreement to widen Perkins Road Monday.
The Stillwater City Council approved a Specific Use Permit 3-1 for a medical marijuana growing facility and dispensary inside Stillwater city limits on Monday.
SPD: Eight people arrested in connection to theft ring
The Stillwater Planning Commission voted 3-0 to establish a medical marijuana dispensary Tuesday during its regular meeting at the Stillwater Municipal Building.
The city council voted 5-0 Monday night to approve the Utilities Authority office expansion project.
Stillwater Police Department Capt. Kyle Gibbs said the permitless carry bill Gov. Kevin Stitt signed into law Wednesday is a step backward, but it won’t affect the way the police do their job.
The Stillwater Planning Commission approved the specific use permit request from Homestead Harvest to open another medical marijuana dispensary in downtown on Tuesday.
The Stillwater Planning Commission voted Tuesday to approve the specific use permit Psyborg Farms LLC requested for a medical marijuana commercial growing facility.
The Stillwater Medical Center Board of Trustees approved a $12 million loan to renovate the Labor and Delivery Unit at the the hospital during their meeting Monday.
Stillwater City Council held a study session for discussion on the sixth avenue project and other agenda items on Monday. City manager, Norman McNickle, called on the city engineering director, Monty Karns , to present the studies and ideas from Oklahoma Department of Transport’s (ODOT) proj…
Ninety-six people jumped into a pool of cold water at Stillwater’s Polar Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics Oklahoma on Saturday morning.
The superintendent of Stillwater Public Schools received a raise at a contract reevaluation Tuesday at the Board of Education Special Meeting.
(Not) A Missing Person
Art, friends, food and fun. These are all things that can be found at the Final Friday Art Crawl.
Officer Shannon Jordan came home from patrol around 2:30 a.m. on Friday. He tried to get as much sleep as he could before getting up and reporting back to the police station at 9:30 a.m., but when he arrived, he was no longer Officer Jordan.
The Payne County Historical Society wants people to know that women’s suffrage didn’t come easily.