In its first contribution to Lucasfilm’s bold Star Wars: The High Republic publishing campaign spanning comics and prose, IDW announces today the Feb. 3, 2021 launch of Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures, an ongoing comic book series set 200 years before the live action film continuity.
Head coach Howard and the Ouachita Tiger baseball team have announced their schedule for the spring of 2021. Beginning with a four-game series with Union University at Rab Rodgers Field, the Tigers’ spring slate features 40 games, including three-game series against each Great American Conference opponent.
Sothern Nazarene University volleyball head coach Kevin Ingram announced the signing of six newcomers in his 2021 class Saturday. These six athletes will be set to join the Southern Nazarene volleyball team in the fall of 2021. The Crimson Storm are set to begin their postponed 2020 season this Spring in late January.
Small businesses in Shawnee will soon receive financial assistance. At Monday’s Pottawatomie County Board of County Commissioners meeting, the board approved $100,000 toward a grant program designed to keep small businesses afloat during the pandemic.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member Susannah Howard’s interest in nature and the land has grown in unexpected ways since deciding to attend graduate school at State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello women’s basketball team added a quartet of student-athletes for the 2021-22 basketball season, head coach Markell Cox announced last week.
The Arkansas Tech University women’s basketball team put the finishing touches on its latest recruiting class as the Golden Suns have signed six players for the 2021-22 season.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello softball team added nine players for the upcoming 2021-2022 semester and campaign, head coach Kyle Lem announced last week.
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – Head coach Steven Bostick, assistant coach Dawson Pritchard and the Ouachita swimming and Diving teams announced the signing of 15 student-athletes to national letters of intent.
Earlsboro teen Larissa Fortunato, 16, made history on Saturday when she became one of the nation’s first female Eagle Scouts – a prestigious achievement attained by some of the country’s most noteworthy figures.
SWOSU Head Volleyball Coach Josh Collins announced the program added four high school standouts during the early signing period and all four players will join the Bulldogs for the 2021 season.
“Ambush” – Highlighting the Maud Tigers’ 2020 season in which they went 6-6 and advanced to the second round of the OSSAA Class C Playoffs.
The Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame announced its upcoming 2021 class of inductees earlier this week and among them is former Arkansas Tech men’s basketball standout Billy Joe Murray.
Southeastern head softball coach Ron Faubion announced the signing of Marilyn Alvarado, Karleigh Bell, Keitan Bell, Amiah Galcatcher, and Kamryn Rackley to the 2022 roster.
SWOSU Women’s Basketball Coach Kelsi Musick has announced the addition of four prep standouts who will join the Lady Bulldogs as freshmen for the 2021-22 season.
The Crimson Storm football team will take part in four scrimmages/non-conference contests this Spring against two MIAA members, one Lone Star team, and one in-state GAC opponent.
BOX SCORE: Class 2A Playoffs, Lions 54, Bulldogs 19
Class 2A Playoffs – Outlaws 70, Wildcats 33
BOX SCORE – Class 4A Playoffs – Lions 47, Savages 6
The Maud Tigers (6-6) end the season after a 52-6 second-round loss to Medford Friday night.
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The Oklahoma Baptist softball team announced its 2021 signing class Tuesday. Head Coach Sam Maples adds six new players to the already talented Bison roster in the summer of 2021. Five signees come from the state of Texas while one comes from the west coast via California.
Every step that Bridger Anderson has taken in his 22 years on Earth h led to this moment: His first qualification to the National Finals Rodeo.
The playoff hunt is back on. After losing 49-41 to Cache last week Tecumseh’s season appeared to be over. The team was notified Wednesday they would replace Cache after the Bulldogs faced COVID-19 related issues.
The City of Shawnee opened a location for citizens to drop off debris from October’s ice storm at the Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center.
The Shawnee Board of City Commissioners unanimously voted to extend the city’s mask mandate through June 30, 2021.
The Great American Conference announced second-semester start dates for basketball, volleyball and women’s soccer Monday.