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Parents make son wear sign identifying him as a bully
Sometimes learning lessons the hard way turns out to be the best way. That's what mother Amber Carey and stepfather Felix Mayle are hoping after choosing a public punishment for their son.
EPD’s Citizens Police Academy graduates 5th class, takes applications for next 13-week course
The purpose of the academy is to give residents a behind-the-scenes look at the department and teach them about EPD’s structure and activities.
Woman arrested for vehicular manslaughter
Enid police said Jonna M. Jordan was arrested for backing over Orlando Rutledge in a driveway on West Wabash Friday night.
- ERDA buys up want ads for members: Partnering with Enid News, Monster.com
Woman dies at Garfield County Jail
Enid police say Jordan Lindsey Leigh Thompson, 26, was was found unresponsive in her cell at 4:30 a.m. She was booked into jail at 7 p.m. Friday.
- Enid to get community health center by spring
'Wonderful tribute': Governor commends Enid after visit to Vietnam Memorial Wall
Woodring Wall of Honor board of directors president David Henneke explained how the Wall of Honor will continue to add to Veterans Park around the new wall, and Fallin ended her visit by closing the time capsule.
Termination of fire chief upheld by Kingfisher City Commission
The commissioners voted 3 to 1 to uphold the termination after a two-hour meeting. A staff member in the Kingfisher City Clerk’s office said commissioners spent about an hour and a half of that time in executive session.
- Drummond man gets deferred sentence in negligent homicide
OWRB rejects request to change order on caps
The Oklahoma Water Resources Board is sticking with its order setting new limits on the amount of water that can be taken out of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer.
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