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Enid sees retail sales go up for May/June
Enid received $2,696,701 this month, for sales occurring in late May and estimated sales for the first half of June.
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Oklahoma Congressman decries immigrant site tour
Republican Rep. Jim Bridenstine called on reporters Monday to reject Thursday's proposed tour because the invitation says no questions will be allowed and recording devices are prohibited during the 40-minute tour.
Strip club rumor prompts special session request
Rep. Ben Sherrer says his request was prompted by rumors in his northeast Oklahoma district that plans are under way to open an all-nude strip club near one of Oklahoma's largest Amish communities near the towns of Inola and Choteau.
On-duty Oklahoma state trooper arrested for DUI
An Oklahoma state trooper has been arrested in Sequoyah County for driving under the influence of alcohol while on duty after he crashed an Oklahoma Highway Patrol sport utility vehicle that was towing an OHP boat.
- SLIDESHOW: Enid area Fourth of July celebrations (Staff Photos by Bonnie Vculek)
Dance music is here to stay
I remember back in the early-2000s, if you were an American, you would probably get teased by someone if you were caught listening to dance music (incorrectly dubbed “techno” by those arrogant of the genre).
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Happy birthday, America. Now legalize fireworks.
Through the smoke of Roman candles and bottle rockets, the absurdity of Americans' obsession with do-it-yourself explosives is nonetheless clear: One day each year, we gather with neighbors, friends and loved ones to blow stuff up in our backyards. Go, U.S.A.!
Americans falling out of love with shopping malls
Abandoned malls are hot: The Dead Malls Enthusiasts Facebook group boasts almost 14,000 members; a Google search of "dead malls" produces 5.7 million results; and the desolate interiors of these unused retailing meccas keep making cameos in thrillers and horror films.
Archbishop Coakley decries Civic Center 'Black Mass'
Archbishop Paul Coakley has called on Catholics to pray that God might change the minds of the organizers of a “Black Mass” scheduled for later this year in Oklahoma City.
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