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ENID MAN ARRESTED FOR SOLICITING SEXUAL CONDUCT WITH A MINOR

Casey Alexander Lunn, age 28, of Enid, Oklahoma was arrested today after he attempted to meet a person he believed to be a 14 year old female for sex.

PRIDE 2014 Set for Sept 20th; “Orange is the New…Education, Transformation, Celebration.”

On Netflix, a show called “Orange is the New Black” has been opening eyes for two seasons. On September 20th, from 12pm to 6pm, Enid Pride 2014 is hoping Orange will open eyes too but for slightly different reasons.

Road Closure and Maintence Roundup

Lots of road work to report and avoid around Enid.

City Launches EnvisionEnid

The City has launched a new website to gather ideas from the community about Enid’s future.

Enid News & Eagle Should Host Town Hall on Every Issue

The bastion of freedom in our town, the Enid News & Eagle, has once again came to our defense.

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Enid News & Eagle Should Host Town Hall on Every Issue

The bastion of freedom in our town, the Enid News & Eagle, has once again came to our defense.

Enid Event Review: Goo Goo Dolls, Daughtry and T’s Concert

The Enid Event Center was once again host to a stellar concert event on Tuesday night. Anyone starting to notice that this seems to be a repeating pattern?

Seriously Oklahoma Republicans? Her Again?

Who knew voter registration cards were good for kindling? The things you learn after Mary Fallin wins primaries….

Roller Girls Close Loss Put Into Perspective By Bigger Loss

What was going to be tougher? The loss they had already suffered or the bout they were going to have to play?

Tough Fought Loss For Enid Roller Girls in Return to S-Town

In the first of two scheduled bouts at Skatetown this season, Enid was squared off against River Valley Roller Girls from Arkansas.

Enid Roller Girls Roll to Inspired Victory Over OKC Outlaws

Better late then never right? That phrase could apply to two things. This article AND the ERG victory over the OKC Outlaws last Saturday night.

USGS on Oklahoma: More Earthquakes in ‘Earthquake Country’ a Possibility

The rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has increased remarkably since October 2013 – by about 50 percent – significantly increasing the chance for a damaging magnitude 5.5 or greater quake in central Oklahoma.

RED FLAG FIRE WARNING ISSUED FOR AREA

The low humidity, high winds, and hot temperatures have led to a critical danger of wildfires.

And Now, the Morning Update from the Office of Emergency Management for Apr 2, 2014

First of all, we will be testing our notification systems today between noon and 1pm. Storm sirens will be tested next Monday, April 7th.