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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?

City of Enid Lane Closure Roulette; Library News

City of Enid will be playing lane closure roulette on a few streets and there is some cool library news…

Sex Offender Arrested for Living Too Close to Park

Enid Police Officers arrested Anthony David Jordan (29) Thursday morning, for living too close to a public park.

Enid Board of Education to Look for New Members After Two Resign

The Board of Education will be accepting applications for two seats, as Molly Helm and Cheryl Patterson have stepped down to pursue new endeavors.

Enid Teen Arrested for First Degree Robbery

Enid Teen to be charged as a juvenile in second degree robbery.

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Seriously Oklahoma Republicans? Her Again?

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

19 Years Now…

For the first time in 19 years, I am a bit frustrated. I’m starting to hear griping. Maybe it’s just the era of social media.

What Happens When Malls REALLY Die?

What happens when malls really die? Do they go to retail heaven? No, unfortunately not.

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.