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ENID, Okla. — Adams between Randolph and Broadway will be closed off for the day Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021, to allow crews to update rooftop HVAC equipment, according to city officials.

Motorists are encouraged to follow detour signs and drive with caution during work, according to a city press release.

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Miss NWOSU Liberty Bird and Miss NWOSU Outstanding Teen Libby Williams will pass on their crowns at the end of the competition in Herod Hall on the Alva campus. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are available in the Northwestern business office or from the candidates.

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ENID, Okla. — Adams between Randolph and Broadway will be closed off for the day Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021, to allow crews to update rooftop HVAC equipment, according to city officials.

Motorists are encouraged to follow detour signs and drive with caution during work, according to a city press release.

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Canoo has yet to turn a profit and its electric vehicles still are in development, but Oklahoma has offered the company a package of incentives valued at $300 million to help build a factory at MidAmerica Industrial Park in Pryor and create as many as 2,000 new jobs.

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A retired lawyer and a retired accountant plant 1,000 chestnut trees in Lawrence, Kan. ... What may sound like the set-up to a bad joke is the origin story to Chestnut Charlie’s, a 20-acre chestnut farm owned and operated by Charlie NovoGradac and Debbie Milks.

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MONTGOMERY — It's no secret the South accounted for the majority of the 6,500 Black people killed from lynchings between 1865 to 1950 following the abolition of slavery but lynchings also occurred throughout the U.S.

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I must say that we live in a solar system rich with variety and intrigue.

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The show is geared toward adult audiences, as there will be mature language and discussion of certain topics including descriptions of some of the murders that have occurred.

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It’s spooky season here at the Enid Public Library, and we’re welcoming in the cooler weather in style! What can you expect this October at the library? Here’s a sneak peek!

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ROME (AP) — An extreme-right political party's violent exploitation of anger over Italy's coronavirus restrictions is forcing authorities to wrestle with the country's fascist legacy and fueling fears there could be a replay of last week's mobs trying to force their way toward Parliament.

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Los Angeles area-artist Matt Dean's design will feature BMX cyclists, roller skaters and scooter riders, with a sign reading “Enid, OK” in the top-right of the mural by the city's skate park.
• What he's getting paid
• What it will look like
• How long it will last ...
... in this Enid News & Eagle story..

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There's no telling what might be cooked up at Smokin' the Fort this weekend — or who might be doing the cooking.

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Vaping became popular in the U.S. around 2010, which means today’s parents of middle and high school students do not have first-hand experience with that habit from when they attended school.

A Hunter woman recently placed first in the dinner rolls category of the senior division at the State “Best of Wheat” Bread Baking contest held Sept. 26 at the OSU OK County Cooperative Extension Conference Center.

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Nobody ever said gardening offers instant gratification. With this limitation in mind, I dug and made over one of my flower beds last weekend.

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Thirty years ago, the Billings Wheat Country Festival was in its heyday as the community witnessed a rebirth of historic pride approaching the centennial of the Land Run of 1893. These days, the 90s mean something different to the group of community leaders who oversaw the early years of the annual event.

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Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City and Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Oklahoma chapter have joined forces to assist the 1,800 Afghan refugees expected to arrive in the state in the coming months.

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Joy Hofmeister’s defection from lifelong Republican to sudden Democrat as she announced a bid for governor sent shockwaves through Oklahoma politics Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021.

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It has been suggested by other Facebook insiders that a first step would be Facebook giving its own researchers more power to stand up to executives regarding their research findings, and the company being more transparent about that research.

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ENE Associate Editor Kevin Hassler and Presentation Editor Joe Malan

The Enid News & Eagle is proud of the journalists serving our coverage area. In honor of their work, the News & Eagle will be publishing information about each of our reporters and editors during this week.

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STOCKHOLM (AP) — Two scientists won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for their discoveries into how the human body perceives temperature and touch, revelations that could lead to new ways of treating pain or even heart disease.

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