The Ardmoreite

Tiffany Ditto’s “Lunch With” city officials Q&A series was named an idea you should steal, by The Oklahoma Press Association.

Ardmore struggles to keep up with demolition of condemned homes throughout the city

Hackers Target Bank Accounts of Ardmore, Okla., Citizens Who Auto Pay Their Water Utility Bill

Former Thunder player drops in on area basketball camp

East Central University withdraw leaves UCSO students in the lurch

Lunch With: DiMiceli talks revitalizing downtown, the Depot District

Lunch with: Ardmore Parks and Recreation Director Teresa Ervin

Mercy train groundbreaking expected soon

Girls on the Run of Southern Oklahoma seeks to bring program to surrounding schools

Construction of the Marshall County Jail at its halfway point

Commissioners to replace gear at two volunteer fire departments

New community subdivision approved

Young appointed VP of Operations, parking pad leased to tech company

Community leaders come together for annual emergency preparedness plan

Air Race Classic to Fly Through Ardmore Today and Tomorrow

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Shop owners express concern over Streetscape project

34th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony remembers those who sacrificed their lives for freedom

City returns ownership of the Santa Fe Depot to the Ardmore Main Street Authority

No injures reported in Northwest apartment fire

A year after DOC closes inmate work centers cities continue to struggle

Moo-ving on: Demolition of iconic Colvert’s Dailry Plant begins

Mercy Train bought more than aid to Ardmore

ADA and ATP reach agreement on Colvert Technology Park development

Local man part of key moments in Gene Autry history

Ardmore struggles to keep up with demolition of condemned homes throughout the city

Body found near 2nd Ave creek

Ardmore police identify body found in creek

Ardmore developer uses goats to clear land for housing

East Central to withdraw from UCSO

East Central withdraw leaves UCSO students in the lurch

Revamped building codes sought to meet Ardmore housing needs

Commissioner saves taxpayer dollars by engineering equipment

Oklahoma gas prices impacted by Harvey, industry officials urge consumers to stay calm

Salary becomes point of contention between Gene Autry mayor, town councillors

Tempers flare as Mannsville town trustees meet

Jury recommends 40 years for Martin