Garfield County natives Peter Markes and Kyle Dillingham have been on the road recently with Horseshoe Road. Scroll down for video ...
The two were featured recently on the U.S. Embassy Korea website. For more on Horseshoe Road, click HERE.
Men wear heels to promote campaign for YWCA Enid.
This year’s show, sponsored by Enid Homebuilders Association, has more than 350 vendors and is the second largest Homebuilder’s Association show in the state.
It could be among the first projects completed after a study suggested Enid needs hundreds of new homes.
State efforts to save time and money by shuffling prisoners more swiftly through the system are riling local sheriffs who are losing money because of the efficiency program.
The town of Hennessey recently contracted with an engineer to install sewer facilities north of Oklahoma 51.
A 2.7 magnitude quake happened about 12 miles north-northeast of Enid.
Vance Air Force Base has been honored as a community winner in the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) 2014 Recycling Awards, which were announced Monday in Washington, D.C.
Enid Police Department Lt. Warren Wilson said police were summoned to the 3100 block of West Cherokee at 4:45 p.m. on Friday.
Plans to deactivate the Diamondback Correctional Facility in Watonga have been met with a state representative’s announcement that he will be working to get the prison reopened and bring jobs back to the community.