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Lady Liberty statue damaged by storm
The statue was donated by the Boy Scouts of America in 1950.
Workers comp commission lays off 16 workers
Wednesday’s layoffs bring the total number of staff from 74 to 58.
UPDATE: Money, 3-D map boost hangar restoration effort
The effort to renovate a hangar at Woodring Airport into a 30,000-square-foot education center at Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park got a boost Wednesday morning.
Military restores equipment program for fire departments
The Department of Defense will continue the popular program, which provides rolling stock, engines and other equipment to fire departments in 48 states.
Kids on a mission
Disciples of Christ unite to serve in Enid this week
The search for next Enid city manager kicks off
Current City Manager Eric Benson announced plans last year to retire by the end of this year.
Oklahoma Republican leaders pushing immigration reform
Former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating and ex-House Speaker Kris Steele were among those who decried the current immigration system as woefully inadequate and pointed to the massive influx of children from Central American countries as evidence of the need for immediate congressional action.
- Chisholm class of 1984 reunion slated July 18-19
- Genealogists to meet Saturday at Heritage Center
UPDATE: Oklahoma leaders pushing immigration reform
GOP group's goals include increasing opportunities for immigrants to enter the U.S. workforce and for foreign students to remain in the country to work.
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