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Memorial Day Weekend 2015 Flood Picture Gallery

I ventured out late yesterday afternoon to take some pictures. What I present here was only a sampling.

ENID POLICE DEPARTMENT: AGGRAVATED SEX OFFENDER ADVISORIES

The Enid Police Department released information regarding two aggravated sex offenders Tuesday.

Enid Public Schools Releases Strategic Plan

Enid Public Schools is setting its course for the future.

Nationally Ranked Enid Enforcers take to road to face Zombies

he Enid Enforcers will be traveling this week to Rose Hill, KS to face the Rose Hill Zombies.

Somewhere on ‘Route 60′: Jack’s Birdhouses

Today, I stopped and talked to Jack. For 21 years he’s been retired, and for many of them he’s been selling home made bird houses up at the four corners intersection way north of town.

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The Dying Dinosaur: ENE Crafting Headlines Out of Thin Air Again; Levesque Proves It

The Dying Dinosaur is very clearly trying to use words to manipulate the audience.

Garfield County Sheriffs Office – Why I’m Deputy for a Day

Follow my day as I tag along with the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office for a day. I’m Deputy for a Day!

Sentinel Exclusive: Levesque Issues Statement

Former candidate for Ward 5 city council position, Diane Levesque issued a statement regarding the defeat earlier in the evening to incumbent Tammy Wilson.

Nationally Ranked Enid Enforcers take to road to face Zombies

he Enid Enforcers will be traveling this week to Rose Hill, KS to face the Rose Hill Zombies.

Enforcers Post Victory in Season Opener Against Grizzlies

The Enid Enforcers scored a victory against the Queen City Grizzlies in the season opener in front of a the home fan sat D. Bruce Selby Stadium Saturday night.

EDITORIAL: Story Behind Youth Sports on Parks Board

As many may know, I am a member of the City of Enid Parks Board. Last year, we were tasked with taking a look at the feasibility of the City of Enid

Memorial Day Weekend 2015 Flood Picture Gallery

I ventured out late yesterday afternoon to take some pictures. What I present here was only a sampling.

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.

Weather Links for Enid

Heat Advisory

Issued:
8:09 PM CDT on July 27, 2015
Expires:
8:00 PM CDT on July 28, 2015
Clear
Monday 07/27 0%
Clear
Mainly clear. Lows overnight in the mid 70s.
Clear
Tuesday 07/28 0%
Clear
Sunny skies. High near 100F. Winds S at 15 to 25 mph.
Partly Cloudy
Wednesday 07/29 20%
Partly Cloudy
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 94F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph.

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