Northern Oklahoma College
President’s honor roll
ENID — Tiffani Adams, Aaron Alvarado, Alfred Baldwin, Michelle Baldwin, Virgie Blankenship, Dana Clark, Shirley Deck, Kayla Denny, Sarah Dodson, Cayla Dupy, Kayla Enloe, Lovetta Germundson, Isaiah Gomez, Renae Goodno, Jason Gurwell, Lacie Hale, Christopher Jantz, Sara Johnson, Katie Jones, Mark Keefer, Holli Kroll, Tammy Lawley, Mary-Elisabeth Mardis, Jonathan McCune, Corwin Phillips, Kelli Roberts, Amy Rodgers, Sarah Sanborn, Kay Scott, Angela Shaw, Christina Short, Jill Smith, Seth Stambaugh, Lynsie Strait, Courtney Strzinek, Tanner Wallace, Stephanie Watkins, Dale West, Dawn Williams, Nathan Wilson and Amanda Winkle
BISON — Kayla Kokojan
DRUMMOND — Jennifer Snodgrass
FAIRVIEW — Taft Bozarth, Brendan Bryant, Amber French, Brandi Lowder, Megan Mayfield and Cassandra Springer
GARBER — Magan Eby
GOLTRY — Megan Foster
HENNESSEY — Laura Moulton and Cody Quimby
HILLSDALE — Brandon VerSchuer
LAHOMA — Valarie Wade and Sara Wilson
POND CREEK — Derek Guinn
RINGWOOD — Olivia Lucas and Frankie Wanzer
Dean’s honor roll
ENID — Juan Alvarado, Misty Alvarez, Marsha Ambrose, Tifiny Antonio, Rosalia Arana, Annette Artache, Marissa Babb, Bryan Baldwin, Jessica Barnard, Kalyn Barrick, Georgette Bass, Joshua Bell, Sarah Betchan, Thomas Blakeley, Kamalie Brice, Shanna Buckles, William Burleson, Jennifer Butler, Coby Carson, Shannon Carter, Kaitlin Coleman, Dustin Conrady, Amanda Craig, Daniel Crise, Citlalli Cuellar, Madeline Cummings, Sharon Currier, Juliann Davenport, Matthew Davis, Joy DeSouza, Keven Duhon, Stacia Dunkin, Jeremy Earl, Craig Eckstein, Kory Edson, Nathan Enabnit, Dominique Finley, Sarah Gerszewski, Sean Gibson, Roxanne Gilbert, Megan Greenwood, Constance Hansel, Patricia Haymaker, Samantha Henning, Eileen Hess, Tabitha Hess, Maci Hudson, Steven Imgarten, Bryant Jackson, Angela Johnson, Ashley Kearns, Takara Kellogg, Dara Kilgore, Lenita Krejci, Maira Lagunas, Tanis LeBlanc, Brandon Lingenfelter, Megan Livingston, Janis Maly, James Mardis, Christina Martin, Samantha Matthews, Jennifer Mayhugh, Damon McKinney, Cody Mendenhall, Mary Miner, Mark Molitor, Kathryn Monsey, Michelle Moody, Caleb Noell, Ricky Null, Kristopher Osborn, Nikki Perry, Wade Phillips, Timotheuas Prince, Chariti Pullin, Antonio Ramirez, Shayla Reed, Jacob Roberson, Priscilla Rodriguez, Victor Rosario, David Ruggia, Kerryn Sarwansingh, Casey Schneider, Jennifer Seigars, Andrea Shellito, Brianne Smith, Kirby Smith, Nicholas Thompson, Alecia Tomlinson, LeRoy Watkins, Toni Webb, Chanti White, Dustin White, Chase Williams, Rikki Williams, Calvin Wilson, Nathaniel Wilson, Reid Wise, Traci Wright and Bashkim Zakuti
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Robert Moore said Tuesday he did not have earthquake insurance, but he would have some “by nightfall.”
Oakwood Road to be closed Wednesday through Friday
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UPDATED: 4.3 quake shakes Enid and area
Garfield County Emergency Management director Mike Honigsberg reported Tuesday morning in his daily email/Facebook page he had received reports of damage after the quake, but further investigation would have to wait until the area could be seen in daylight.
Symphony presenting Summer Wine series
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