Local World War II Paratrooper Receives Highest French MedalIn a Veterans of Foreign Wars hall, spilling over with guests, 95-year-old Bob Webber was at the center of attention. "I was in the mortar platoon, I done everything," Webber explained. He was reminiscing about his service during World War II when he served as a paratrooper in the 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment.
Shoppers Think Local On Small Business SaturdayThousands of people shopped locally to support Small Business Saturday. In downtown Stillwater, you can find window shoppers, people hustling and bustling with bags full of gifts, and lots and lots of ornaments. Jim Beboer and his family make it a point to shop small this holiday season. They visited Käthe Wohlfahrt of America, which specializes in Christmas ornaments made in Germany.
Call On Suicidal Man In Stillwater Ends In Fatal Police ShootingAuthorities in the east metro say a man is dead after an officer shot him early Wednesday morning while responding to a call of a suicidal individual.
Officer Parise’s Procession Saddens Stillwater ResidentsIn a town with historic ties to people working in corrections, Stillwater residents are sharing the sadness. Stillwater Mayor Ted Kozlowski stood on the corner of Churchill and Fourth streets Tuesday to pay his final respects to fallen corrections officer Joseph Parise.
Landscaper Saves Children From Stillwater House FireA Stillwater family is safe after a terrifying afternoon.
Inmate Accused Of Killing Officer Indicted On 1st-Degree Murder ChargesAn inmate at the Stillwater prison is now facing a first-degree murder charge in the beating death of a corrections officer last month.
Woman Arrested After Driving Under Influence With Child In CarThe woman and child were treated for minor injuries the woman was detained.
Funeral Set For Stillwater Corrections OfficerOfficer Joe Gomm died Wednesday after an inmate, serving time for a 2002 murder, attacked him.