ENID, Okla. — Two Chihuahuas, a male and female, were found and taken to the Enid Animal Shelter this week. And less than 48 hours later, on Valentine's Day, the female gave birth to four puppies. Shelter volunteer Rachel Hancock said Friday the puppies were doing well and they hope to arrange for them to go to a Chihuahua rescue in Oklahoma City so the mother and puppies can stay together. She said the animals were taken to Wheatland for care because of a volunteer donor.
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Snakes on a plain: Hunters gear up for 75th rattler roundup
The snakes will be taken to the 75th annual Okeene Rattlesnake Roundup, where the men will be paid by the pound for the sale of the rattlesnakes. The roundup is scheduled for May 2-4. Slideshow | Family tradition | Free Tout video
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Geometry of the track: Railfest features many model train layouts, sale
Whistles and the clacking of trains traveling on a variety of model layouts could be heard throughout the Chisholm Trail Pavilion during the 30th annual Railfest on Saturday.
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Awards given at church’s high tea
Awards were given for the prettiest, most creative and funniest creations.
Parenting through Divorce class is offered
Northwest Family Services Inc. staff member Ginger Smith, MBS, LPC, will be teaching a Parenting Through Separation and Divorce class Monday night.
- Preparedness seminar is Tuesday
Gone 2 the Dogs poker run coming
Riding for Jesus Motorcycle Ministry’s eighth annual Gone 2 the Dogs poker run and rally will be May 3.
Pancakes, sausage to be served
Cost is by donation.
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