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Parents Night Out Canceled Due to Valentines Day Election

According to a city of Enid Parks and Recreation employee Parent’s Night out has been canceled due to the Valentine’s Day city elections for Mayor, and Ward 1 and 2 Commissioners on February 14th. The city of Enid Parks and Recreation Department held 2 Parent’s […]

Waterline Installation Project Prompts Road Closure on East Elm Avenue

The city of Enid put out the following press release. Beginning Monday, February 6th, there will be a road closure for a project beginning on East Elm Avenue between North 4th Street and Gore Street due to the beginning phase of a project allowing contractors […]

Waterline Construction Project Leads to Road Closure on South Garland

The city of Enid put out the following press release. Beginning Monday, February 6th, there will be a road closure at the intersection of West Cherokee Avenue and South Garland Road allowing contractors to continue construction for the South Garland Road water line relocation project. […]

Alva Police Announce School Shooting Hoax Took Place at Alva High School

The Alva Police Department announced that around 7:00 am on Thursday, February 2nd the Alva Police Department received a hoax call about a school shooter at Alva High School. Despite suspecting a hoax Officers were at the scene within minutes where they heard no gunshots. […]

Garfield and Major County Sheriffs Will Not Enforce Federal Gun Accessory Law

Both Garfield County Sheriff Cory Rink and Major County Sheriff Anthony Robinson have announced that they will not be enforcing a federal gun regulation that bans stabilizing braces for short-barreled rifles. In a released statement Sheriff Cory Rink quoted the Oklahoma Second Amendment Sanctuary Act […]

Enid Fire Marshall Announces Retirement

Enid Fire Marshall Ken Helms has announced his retirement. In a statement posted on the Enid Fire Department’s Facebook page, Helms said “After 25 years of service, I am stepping aside and retiring from the Enid Fire Department. (Today is my last day…) It has […]

Sections of West Willow Road to Close Starting Monday

The city of Enid announced that beginning on Tuesday, January 31st sections of the 200 block of West Willow Rd will be closed for concrete repairs. Earlier in January concrete repairs were done to the opposite lane on West Willow. A timeline has yet to […]

Lahoma Police Confiscate $10,000 During Drug Bust

The photo was taken by the Lahoma Police Department The Lahoma Police Department announced a drug bust that occurred on Friday, January 27th. Over $10,000 in cash and 432 plants were seized during a Friday raid. In a statement on Facebook, the Lahoma Police Department […]

Fire Takes Place at NWOSU Campus Early Monday Morning

Photos Taken by the Alva Fire Department Monday, January 30th at 12:18 am a fire took place at Cunningham Hall on the campus of Northwestern Oklahoma State in Alva. The fire was caused due to a malfunctioning gas fireplace, the Alva Fire Department quickly put […]

Drummond orders independent counsel to review Glossip death penalty case

The Oklahoma State Attorney General’s Office put out the following press release. Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond announced today that he has directed an independent counsel to conduct a comprehensive review of Richard Glossip’s murder conviction and death sentence. Glossip was sentenced to death for the […]

Drug Overdose Prevention Coordinator Talks Stigma Around Drug Use

The Northwest and Central Oklahoma Drug Overdose Prevention Coordinator John Gray was in the studio with Garfield County Health Department Public Information Officer Dianna Hernandez to talk with Enidlive.com about drug overdose prevention. Gray mentioned that the stigma around drug use can actually hurt, this […]

Oklahomans Mourn Athena Brownfield In Funeral At Stride Bank Center

Oklahomans gathered at the Stride Bank Center on Wednesday, January 25th to mourn the death of Athena Brownfield, a 5-year-old girl who was allegedly murdered by her caretaker in Cyril Oklahoma on Christmas day. Oklahoma State Senator Roger Thompson officiated the event, speaking about some […]

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Gives Winter Driving Tips

On Tuesday, January 24th much of the state of Oklahoma received snow and in anticipation of the wintry weather the Oklahoma Highway Patrol posted Winter driving tips on Monday, January 23rd. To prepare for icy or snowy roads they suggested staying informed via the media, […]

City of Enid to Hold Special Meeting on Possible Extension of Bike Trails

The City of Enid will be holding a special Mayor and Board of Commissioners meeting on Wednesday, January 25th at 12:30 pm. On the agenda is a public hearing about a  Recreational Trails Program Grant through the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. If submitted the […]

Enid City Commission Candidate Forum to be Held at Stride Bank Center

The Enid News and Eagle and the Greater Enid Chamber of commerce are teaming up to host a City Commission Candidate Forum which will be held at the Stride Bank Center this Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Mayoral candidate David Mason will be […]



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