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City commission candidates for Wards 3, 4 and 6 answered questions about topics ranging from infrastructure to mask mandates from local media and the public at a forum Tuesday evening.

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City commission candidates for Wards 3, 4 and 6 answered questions about topics ranging from infrastructure to mask mandates from local media and the public at a forum Tuesday evening.

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A recent study by financial analysis firm SmartAsset analyzed tax data to determine the “best places for small business owners,” and ranked Major and Kingfisher counties second and third in the state, respectively.

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Five80 owner Jeremiah Herrian, director of Forgotten Ministries, had said during a commission meeting Jan. 5, 2021, that the outdoor area would include an awning, tables and chairs, and a 24-hour bathroom for both customers and homeless people

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A lesson titled “Exercise and Stretching While Sitting” will be presented Wednesday at Garfield County Extension Office, 316 E. Oxford.

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Howdy market watchers. After a year gone by that we thought was untoppable, it was yet another eventful week to kick off the new year.

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❝It’s sad leaving after that many years, but it’s time to let the new generation take over and see how things evolve down the road for them.❞ Lt.Randy King

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ENID, Okla. — Two people were injured in a three-vehicle collision around 12:25 p.m. Friday at 1500 W. Garriott, near McAlister’s Deli.

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A local mobile veterinarian is facing seven counts of criminal charges following a non-injury car accident in late December.

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Westminster Church, 2217 Constitution, has started a new Celebrate Recovery group to help anyone trying to overcome “hurts, habits and hangups,” according to a church press release.

The Northern Oklahoma College Board of Regents meeting set for Monday in Tonkawa has been canceled.

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Enid Police Department is asking for the public’s help on a reported breaking and entering that occurred in the 2000 block of West Cherokee early Friday.

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ENID, Okla. — Oklahoma reported 2,686 new COVID-19 cases and 55 additional deaths, including a Hennessey woman, on Thursday, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Enid residents had varied reactions to the inauguration and the next four years with Biden at the helm as the 46th president. "I honestly don’t know anymore. I don’t feel like we’re getting the truth from either side.”

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Two Enid men in the 50-64 and 65 and older age groups were among the state's 48 COVID-19-related deaths reported Wednesday by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Sandy Howard, longtime director at Our Daily Bread, was honored Tuesday with a plaque bearing her likeness, which will be displayed outside the front door of the soup kitchen at 616 W. Randolph.

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The complaint alleges that within days of his announcement to run for sheriff, the deputy was disciplined, with him being removed from an office and regular job duties and being transferred to a different shift working as a security screener at the courthouse.

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Willa Jo Fowler said the dream to build a gymnasium for the high school was alive when she first joined the board in 1975, shortly after which another board member flew a group down to see a college’s field house for inspiration.

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Six of the 10 school districts with seats up for election in April will be races between two candidates. Enid Public Schools patrons will vote to fill two seats on the board of education: Offices 1 and 6.

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The program is open to students in grades 3-12. Public and private school students are encouraged to participate. Students will have until 5 p.m. Feb. 5 to take their report cards to any of Security National Bank’s three locations. 

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Since Jan. 1, 86 more Garfield County residents have registered to vote in the Feb. 9 election — 36 Republicans, 15 Democrats, four Libertarians and 31 independents.

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