Kellyville’s Jade Upshaw is one of the 6 local students from Arkansas and Oklahoma are nominated for the 44th annual McDonald’s All American Games teams.
Vogt alerted the community via Facebook this morning with a photo of the home in flames and a single sentence: “My house and tool truck are gone!”
The Heyburn Lake water treatment plant that provides water to Creek County Rural Water District 1, which includes Kellyville, suffered a major malfunction Sunday, resulting in a disruption of water service to that community.
Kellyville began a search for a new town attorney after the resignation of Clay Fees last month. At February’s meeting, on Tuesday the 9th, veteran local attorney Andrew Nestor III threw in his hat.
Kellyville’s Town Attorney Clay Fees tendered his resignation last Tuesday evening, citing a promotion at his full-time job as his reason, saying he “wouldn’t be doing the town a favor” if he were to remain.
Two Kellyville Police Officers were awarded Life Saving Pins for their actions in saving the life of Mackenzie Woods, the two-year-old girl who lost a portion of her right arm in a mowing accident in September.
Creek County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Kellyville man on first-degree murder charges regarding a possible homicide late last week.
The official Kellyville Public Library page specified that it would be closed at least through November 2nd.
Kellyville’s much-anticipated game against Millwood is back! Details inside.
Read the story about a little girl who lost her hand, the first responders who saved her life, and how you can help this family get help to their little girl.