A new sign of spring

Ponca City Now - April 29, 2015 5:10 pm

Tables full of bedding plants at Keathly’s Nursery signal spring’s arrival, but a new sign also improves the appearance of the business at Highland Avenue and 14th Street.

The business is located on a lot which had been a filling station for many years. When it closed, the old sign was left behind. It’s now been removed and replaced to comply with Ponca City’s new sign ordinance


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