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Enid sees retail sales go up for May/June
Enid received $2,696,701 this month, for sales occurring in late May and estimated sales for the first half of June.
Crash is fatal for 2 Enid men
Enid police said the car hit the semi-trailer at a high rate of speed
Changing provider: Enid Head Start to be run by Durant-based group
The Office of Head Start awarded a new five-year grant to serve children and families in 16 northwest Oklahoma counties to Durant-based Big Five Community Services Inc.
Letter of advice evolves into book manuscript
“Teen Girls Confidential: A Mother’s Letter to Her Daughter” book signing
When: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday
Where: Enid YWCA’s Virginia Groendyke Conference Room
First case of West Nile virus found in Oklahoma
The first case of West Nile virus in Oklahoma this year has been confirmed in a Major County resident.
Autopsy on girl reveals little information
An autopsy report from the state Medical Examiner’s office for 6-week-old Kadence Cannon lists the probable cause of death as “undetermined” and the manner of death as “unknown.”
Oklahoma's first confirmed West Nile case is Major County resident
Few details were available from Carla Dionne, the regional director for the Garfield County, Major County, Grant County and Alfalfa County health departments.
Chairman talks workers’ comp
Changes in the new workers’ compensation commission, aimed at streamlining the process and creating a more worker-focused system, are predicted to save the state about $1.5 million.
Military restores equipment program for fire departments
The Department of Defense will continue the popular program, which provides rolling stock, engines and other equipment to fire departments in 48 states.
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