The Goo Goo Dolls: A long way from making racket
Group in concert with Doughtry and Plain White T's Aug. 5 at the Enid Event Center
‘She’s my rock’: Family honors sailor who goes beyond service
Kimberly Henry has a job in Navy intelligence and beyond that, has committed to hundreds of hours of volunteer work throughout her tours of duty.
Quake rattles Helena area
Oil-covered owl dies: Oil field tank site investigated
Jean Neal and her husband, Jim, of Fairview, have been caring for the owls, which were covered in oil, since Tuesday when they received them from Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
Hard year for peaches doesn’t dampen summer tradition
A rusting, silver-colored water tower tells visitors to this rural town between Muskogee and Tulsa that they’ve come to the “Peach Capitol of Oklahoma.”
Residents of Stratford, the state’s other self-proclaimed peach capital, might beg to differ. Even so, Porter is known for its peaches, and every year thousands of people flood this town of about 600 residents to taste and celebrate the local crop during the three-day Peach Festival.
Like the aging water tower, Porter’s peach industry isn’t as vibrant as it once was.
Chances for rain to follow triple-digit highs
Chances for rain on multiple days will follow near triple-digit highs during the weekend.
A National Weather Service-issued heat advisory is in effect until 7 p.m. Saturday and afternoon temperatures are expected to top out in the upper 90s to lower 100s into the weekend. Maximum heat-index values will range from the upper 90s to 105-110 degrees through Sunday.
Cooler weather is expected next week as a strong cold front passes over the region.
Say what?: Woman arrested after calling EPD to complain her meth was ‘laced’
A 54-year-old Enid woman is facing felony drug charges after allegedly calling police earlier in the week and telling them she thought her methamphetamine was laced with something. Woman to officer: "I'm glad you came."
1st-degree murder suspect will return to county to face charge
Christopher Ryan Sparks was charged July 15 with capital murder, which is punishable by life in prison, life without parole or death. He is accused of killing his live-in girlfriend, Chassidy Michelle Hancock, sometime July 11 in their apartment in Garber.
Former Autry superintendent takes CareerTech reins
She will take on her duties as interim director Aug. 15, the date that State Director Robert Sommers’ resignation takes effect.
Former North Enid PD officer arraigned on DUI charge
Edward Lynn Dominic appeared before Special District Judge Brian Lovell, free on a $1,000 recognizance bond.
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