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Fire training tower unveiled
The tower will be used for Autry’s fire training programs as well as for training by Enid Fire Department and other rural fire departments, said Autry Technology Center Fire Training coordinator Josh Stephens.
Cole discusses details of House immigration plan
Cole's district includes Fort Sill, where hundreds of mostly teenagers from Central America are being housed in vacant troop barracks.
Hawley man reports earthquake damage from 4.3 temblor
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
All traffic will be detoured east to Cleveland Street for the duration of the road closure.
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
The series begins Aug. 5 with a one-hour concert that will feature vocalists Douglas and Lawana Newell, and the Rev. Andrew Long on piano.
3.0 quake is recorded
A magnitude 3.0 earthquake rattled the Cherokee area Monday afternoon.
Work begins on Lady Liberty's engine
A-26 Lady Liberty Support Group has raised $20,000 of the $60,000 needed for rebuilding the engine of the bomber, which saw action in WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
City moves next meeting to Monday
Their meeting and study session, originally scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 5, will be on Monday instead.
TNA Impact Wrestling announces show in Enid
TNA Impact Wrestling will make a stop in Enid in September.
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