ENID, Okla. — Mechanical problems in assembling the Wednesday Enid News & Eagle have delayed delivery of the newspaper by about four hours.
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UPDATE: 911 call released in homicide investigation
Man is being held in Kansas on drug charges. He's suspected in the Monday shooting death of another Enid man. OPEN story for video link that includes 911 audio
3.8 quake reported near Kansas-Oklahoma border
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What's 2 Do in Enid, area
Check out Sesame Street Live early next week; drive-through nativity and model train display this weekend.
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Another county wind farm
Breckinridge to be site for 32 turbines
Hospice care offered to ill pets, grieving owners
The vets don't just manage a pet's nutrition, medication, mobility and cremation arrangements, they comfort grieving families and prepare any fellow pets for the tough days ahead. And, ultimately, they will euthanize when the vet and owner agree the time is right.
Everyone has their own Christmas traditions
Our tree was brought in fresh from the pasture and secured with boards to keep it upright and sturdy. We made decorations of construction paper chains and popcorn, and had a star covered with tin foil on the top. We had very few Christmas balls or ornaments to hang on the limbs, but it was a beautiful tree every year and we looked forward to any presents left under it.
Okla. executes man convicted of killing 2 women
An Oklahoma County jury convicted Ronald Clinton Lott, 53, of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Anna Laura Fowler, 83, in September 1986 and Zelma Cutler, 93, in January 1987. He was also convicted of raping the women. State and federal courts denied Lott's appeals.
Medford family loses house to Friday fire
In all, the fire stole from 10 members of the Wilson family.
Light snow possible in Enid, northern Oklahoma counties
The National Weather Service says 1 to 2 inches of snow are possible Monday in the Enid area.
More than a thousand sold
Cherokee company manufactures metal corrals, sorting pens.
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