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Oil & Gas Proposal

Sales Tax Drops

Fire Chief Laid to Rest

City council delays action on oil, gas proposal

Piedmont’s city council postponed action on two key proposals involving oil and gas restrictions and chickens in residential areas. [Read More]

Sales tax drops again, but little concern shown

Piedmont dropped more than $25,000 in April compared to the same month in 2016, but City Manager Jason Orr said he’s not concerned.  [Read More]

Former Piedmont fire chief

Lofgren laid to rest

Former Piedmont Fire Chief Rick Lofgren was laid to rest Wednesday after battling a disease the last few weeks that affected his brain and spine.  [Read More]

 

 

SPORTS
  • Piedmont takes two from Del City on senior night

     Piedmont’s baseball team sent its senior class out in style Monday in a doubleheader sweep of Del City.  [Read More]

  • Postseason ‘Paw-sition’

    Fresh off a second place finish in district play, the Piedmont Lady Wildcats soccer team is four games away from claiming the program's first ever state title.  [Read More]

  • Thomas, Williams running toward state meet

    In the past, Piedmont senior Hannah Thomas wore out a path between the soccer field and track during the spring.  [Read More]

COMMUNITY
  • Blood drives scheduled for May in Yukon, El Reno

    Oklahoma Blood Institute needs blood donors to save local lives this May. [Read More]

  • Surrey Hills Home, Garden Club meet for potluck lunch

    Nineteen members of The Surrey Hills Home and Garden Club met recently for a potluck luncheon at the lovely home of Jeanie VanVranken.  [Read More]

  • Piedmont man earns college degree

    Grantham University has announced Steven Sullivan, of Piedmont, recently graduated with an Online AS Business Administration.  [Read More]

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