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- Zion Lutheran preschool sets open house, enrollment
- Prayer room rededication slated at Carrier church
Officials to study Okla. water shortage solutions
The basins include part of the Beaver-Cache Watershed Planning Region near Duncan, part of the Southwest Watershed Planning Region near Altus and part of the Central Watershed Planning Region located between Yukon and Watonga.
West Nile virus found in Tulsa County mosquitoes
Mosquito traps are set in various locations throughout the county. Samples are collected and tested weekly for the virus and areas are sprayed in an effort to control the mosquito population.
Oklahoma wheat crop worst in nearly half century
North central Oklahoma, which Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble, Alfalfa, Major, Woods and Woodward counties, remained the top wheat-producing area in the state.
Sheriff's office: Oklahoma infant safe in Texas
The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety canceled the Amber Alert it had issued for the girl.
Okla. sees large job gains; unemployment down nationally
The Labor Department said Friday that unemployment rates fell in 22 states and rose in 14. Meanwhile, employers added jobs in 33 states and cut back in 17.
Heavy rains, but no flooding
“We got about 31⁄2 inches of rain here in town, so I’m happy with that,” said Mike Honigsberg, director of Enid and Garfield County Emergency Management.
Like Love’s?: Oklahoma-based store will be opening travel stop in Enid
To build a truck stop-style convenience store and gas station, Love's must first get the city to zone its property on 42nd Street to "light industrial." The company has purchased two parcels of more than 100 acres on both sides of the street.
Dillingham in benefit concert Monday at Symphony Center
Musician Kyle Dillingham will perform a concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday to raise funds for a local man in need of a liver transplant.
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