Noble Public Schools implemented a mask mandate last Tuesday to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, a decision that came as a shock to some but was easy for the superintendent to make.
Several outstanding teachers have been honored as Noble’s Site Teachers of the Year, with Amanda Myers being named First State Bank’s District Teacher of the Year.
The 8th Annual Toy Drive is underway in Noble. Although the Toy Drive is in its 8th year, Discover Church has been making Christmas a little merrier for Noble families for about 10 years.
Noble Public Schools hosts Veterans Day assemblies to honor veterans.Although the pandemic has halted an in-person assembly this year, organizers were not dissuaded. Dr. Jon Myers, assistant superintendent of Noble Public Schools, said a celebration to honor veterans is on tap.“Mr. Gray and …
While many Norman voters met relatively short lines at their polling places today, some voters in Noble waited up to five hours to cast their votes on Election Day.
Approximately 11,700 Norman OG&E customers were without power Wednesday and many more have sustained damage from downed trees and power lines after this week’s ice storm in Cleveland County.
According to the National Weather Service forecast, Tuesday’s weather is looking no better than Monday’s, with chances of freezing rain mixed with sleet possible by 10 a.m.
Fall brings cooler weather and festivities to Noble. Despite ongoing COVID-tide obstacles, the annual scarecrow stroll and Haunting Main Street events are on tap. Details and safety precautions are in place for events.
Norman teacher Lauretta Newby-Coker thought her chances at winning anything at the 2020 Red Earth Festival over Labor Day weekend were long gone whenever she didn’t hear her name called.
NOBLE -- COVID-19 pushed Noble Public School's start date back from Aug. 12 to Aug. 24, with class options ranging from face-to-face and blended classes to virtually through Noble Virtual Academy.
Noble's Pure Gold Dance Team is set to start camp in two weeks, with social distancing protocols in place. Coach Zach Adams, owner of Art in Motion Dance Co., said there are 11 girls on this year's squad. The team will perform at halftime shows for football and basketball games and typically…
Despite Noble's annual Rose Rock Music Festival being canceled due to the global pandemic, Noble hosted its Rose Rock Pageant and recently crowned the winners.
The City of Noble continues to celebrate the season with ongoing events, and Kim Adams, Noble Chamber of Commerce executive director, said the event "is sure to be fun for the entire community."
Noble's Fall Y'all Festival is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. today in downtown Noble. Due to inclement weather, some vendors have been canceled for the event, but the remaining activities will still be held. Some locations have been modified.
A coloring contest and a book sale are some of the events planned for October in Noble. The coloring contest features three local artists and the book sale supports the Noble Public Library.
NOBLE -- Chrissy Marsee's family consumer science classes at Curtis Inge Middle School are different. They're very hands-on and interactive.
This Week's Circulars
Robert C. "Bob" White, Jr., 87, Norman, passed away September 14, 2021. Service will be at 2:00 PM, Friday, September 24, McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church, 419 S. University Blvd., Norman. Online condolences and memories may be shared at www.tribute.care.
Jeff Frederick, 81, Norman, passed away 09/16/2021. Visitation, 6:00PM-8:00PM, Wednesday, 9/22, Tribute Memorial Care, 708 24th Ave NW, Event Center, Norman. Service, 2:00PM, Thursday, 9/23, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 4400 N. Shartel Ave., OKC. Online condolences may be shared at www.t…