NORMAN, Okla. — The University of Oklahoma has determined the package that resulted in an emergency alert is not suspicious. The university sent the alert at 9:18 a.m., warning all to avoid the west side of Stubbman Village, on Elm Street, south of Lindsey, in the student residential area.
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2 earthquakes recorded
Two small earthquakes were recorded Sunday in northwestern Oklahoma.
County Commissioners meeting Monday
The Board of Garfield County Commissioners is expected to receive an update Monday on work at the future home of the Enid and Garfield County Emergency Management office and the Garfield County Sheriff's Office.
Funds raised from musical to help assisted living in Fairview
A proposed $1.6 million assisted living facility in Fairview will soon be getting a boost in funding from musical performances and dinners.
2 injured in Dewey County accident
The report states the 26-year-old driver's condition as “intoxicated” and lists the cause of the accident as “DUI.”
NEW: Juvenile confesses in alleged patrol vehicle arson
According to Sheriff Jerry Niles, the juvenile came in with a parent and confessed to the alleged arson just after midnight Sunday.
St. John’s Lutheran Church yard sale is slated for Aug. 9
Yard sale is 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Health on the menu
When Enid schools open for fall semester, cafeteria food assortment will be changing
Eating healthy is just one area of focus this school year
Not only will healthier menu offerings be available to students eating at school, other healthy habits will be taught as well.
$1,000 giveaway: ‘I sure can use it’
Peggy Base takes home check from One Grand Crazy Summer
Oklahomans: Be on the lookout for a kangaroo
Residents in northeastern Oklahoma are on the lookout for a kangaroo that got away from her owner last weekend.
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