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A 37-year-old Enid man was arraigned this week on felony charges accusing him of breaking into a woman's home and touching her while she slept. [Read More]
Friday looks to be a miserable day, as rain — with the potential for flooding in parts of the state — is expected, along with... [Read More]
When a casino was last considered in Enid two years ago, the deal involved government incentives and land, making it a very public matter. [Read More]
The lone casino owned by the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians tribe has been closed, amid litigation, for about five years.Headquartered in Tahlequah, the... [Read More]
A proposed United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians casino could be opened in Enid even if the city commission does not give its approval. [Read More]
like baseball - is a game of dealing with failures. [Read More]
Oklahomans have a long history of reaching out and helping others in need. [Read More]
Country music super star Gary Allan will be performing live at the Central National Bank Center on Nov. 30. [Read More]
Skies are clearing over Perseverance Valley, engineers say, and scientists should soon know whether the craft will be able to continue collecting data. [Read More]
So, when the headline reads "Kevin Stitt is an Anti-Vaxxer," that's definitely going to draw a click isn't it? The Daily Beast was referring to... [Read More]
The gap needs to close between Oklahomans who qualify for and those who actually receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). [Read More]
Enid's Mayor Bill Shewey has been presented with the 2018 Oklahoma Mayor of the Year Award for communities with more than 5,000 population. [Read More]
All students who have participated in the program since its inception are invited, as are first-time enrollees. [Read More]
That said, we hope the commenting part of the next meeting is more structured to allow streamlined discussion that doesn't last longer than a football... [Read More]
A sincere view of history requires honesty. And, if we're to live honestly with ourselves, and foster true unity among all Americans, we need to... [Read More]
Today is the Feast of the Holy Cross, Triumph of the Cross or Exaltation of the Holy Cross — recognized respectively in the Anglican, Roman... [Read More]
Enid and Garfield County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 144 is inviting the public to the seventh annual Sherry Ann Suttmiller Memorial Softball Tournament on... [Read More]
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals will decide whether Sheriff Jerry Niles will stand trial on a count of first-degree manslaughter for the death of an... [Read More]
ERDA's Start with Enid grant program, created nine or 10 years ago, helps smaller companies get started in the community by offsetting some expenses, Executive... [Read More]
a possible community-wide project involving fiberglass paper airplane-shaped sculptures - has been discussed by PACE for a number of months. [Read More]