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    SS)—A warrant has been issued for a man wanted in connection with a local shooting on Monday. Enid Police Captain Jack Morris said just after 2:50 Monday afternoon, Enid Police officers responded to the 1100 block of E. Pine in reference to a shooting. Officers arrived and learned that Porfirio “Chacal” Hernandez-Rodriguez had fired one 9mm round at another male subject before fleeing. Porfirio, who was positively identified, fled from the scene to the 900 block of N. Grand, where he left the vehicle he was driving. He was observed fleeing on foot to the east into a tree line. A search was completed and officers were unable to locate Porfirio. An affidavit was prepared and sent to the Garfield County District Attorney’s Office in order to have a warrant issued for Porfirio Hernandez-Rodriguez, for shooting with intent to kill. The Enid Police Department is advising Mr. Hernandez-Rodriguez to turn himself in immediately. Anyone who knows Hernandez-Rodriguez’s whereabouts is asked to contact law enforcement. 


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    RT)--The jury trial for an Enid man accused of attempting to have sex with an unconscious woman last year continues today. 28 year-old Reid Andrew Dawson is charged with first-degree attempted rape (victim unconscious) or the alternative sexual battery for attempting to have sex with a 24-year-old woman who was unconscious. The rape charge is punishable by five years to life in prison, and sexual battery is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Dawson also is charged with misdemeanor assault and battery. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges. According to Enid News and Eagle, a five-woman, seven-man jury was seated Monday afternoon, followed by opening statements and witness testimony. The trial resumed this morning in Garfield County District Court.


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    EQ)--There have been three earthquakes in the area since late Monday afternoon. US Geological Survey reports at 4:24 yesterday afternoon there was a 2.8 magnitude quake six miles west of Pond Creek in Grant County. Early this morning there were two earthquakes north of the Salt Plains in Alfalfa County. There was a 3.5 quake at 12:45am, followed by a 3.4 quake at 1:49am. Since the beginning of the year, there have been 293 magnitude 3.0 or greater earthquakes recorded in Oklahoma, USGS records show. As of May 3, 2015, 308 magnitude 3.0 earthquakes had occurred in the state.


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    RH)--OG&E has asked for a $92.5 million rate increase that they plan to spread across all of their customers. They are asking for the rate increase to offset fuel costs that they had to lower in 2015 and say that they haven’t had a rate increase since 2012. Officials say the increase would raise rates by 4.9% or about $7.20 on each individual bill. Several people, including the state attorney general, Oklahoma AARP and several environmental groups are not happy about the increase. A hearing for the proposed rate increase is going up in front of a judge for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and should take up to a couple of weeks.



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    EM)--A former Kay County jail employee has been jailed, accused of stealing $363,000 from the inmate commissary fund. 42 year-old Melissa Sprueill is accused of embezzling the cash from the over a five year period.  She was caught after the state auditor looked into the books. According to News 9, Sprueill told police she stole the money to feed a gambling habit. State Auditor Gary Jones said his office only looked back five years, but he said there could be a lot more money missing because Sprueill worked at the jail much longer than that and was in charge of several accounts.  His office plans to return to Kay County to look deeper into the books.


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    GT)--This Friday is the Northwest Oklahoma Association of Realtors benefit golf tournament at Pheasant Run Golf Course. Registration begins at 11am and tee time is 1pm. Each year the association helps out someone in need. Realtor Curt Young explains where this year's proceeds will go....


    The realtors could use additional funding. If you would like to help, call 242-1670.


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    CT)--The Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce and Vance Air Force Base partner each year to offer a free summer camp for forty underprivileged children in our community. Camp Tomahawk is designed for children ages 9 – 11 who otherwise would be unable to attend a summer camp because of limited family income. The children will have the opportunity to participate in a week-long overnight camp that involves activities such as swimming, skating, bowling and flight simulators. There will also be cook-outs, visits to local and state attractions, and much more. The boy’s camp is scheduled for June 6-10 and the girl’s camp will be June 13-17.


    Applications are available at the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce, 210 Kenwood Blvd., or online at The completed applications must be returned to the Chamber of Commerce by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 13, 2016.


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    TS)—The 84th Annual Tri-State Music Festival takes place in Enid this week. Band members from across the region will compete Wednesday through Friday in a number of individual and group judged competitions. In other activities:


    There will be a Garage Band Competition at the courthouse lawn gazebo on Thursday night at 6:00pm. Tri-State participants will have their own dance Thursday night at the Gantz Center on the NOC campus from 8:30-10:30pm. 

    The Million Dollar Parade will take place at 6:00pm Friday evening along with Main Street Enid’s First Friday. After Friday night’s parade around the square there will a Grand Concert at Enid Convention Hall at 8:00pm. The Grand Concert costs $3.00 per person. There will plenty of live music, food trucks, late shopping and fun around the square. The normal parade route takes the bands around the square beginning on W. Broadway then going north on Independence, east on Randolph and then south on Grand. Elementary Honor Band Concert in the Enid High School auditorium at 7:00pm. The cost of the concert is $2.00 per person.


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    MS)--Main Street Enid has been named a finalists in a number of categories for the Oklahoma Main Street Center’s annual statewide awards competition. MSE is a finalist for Best Creative Fundraising Effort (Food for Thought); Outstanding Image Promotion (Downtown Enid History Website); Best Placemaking Project (The Breeze); Best Sustainable Design Project (Keep Enid Beautiful Corners).  The Community of the Year Award will recognize the Main Street Community who led other towns by earning the most quality assurance points during the 2015 calendar year.  The top 11 communities include: Enid, Ada, Altus, Collinsville, El Reno, Hobart, Newkirk, Ponca City, Prague, Pryor and Woodward.  The top community will also be announced at the banquet. All finalists will be honored, and the winners announced Tuesday, at the 27th annual Main Street Awards Banquet at the Embassy Suites OKC Downtown/Medical Center Hotel. Tickets can be purchased from your local Main Street Program for $45.


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    LD)--The Garfield County Oklahoma Home and Community Education chapter on Wednesday will host exhibits and talks to improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans. The event at the Public Library of Enid and Garfield County will feature craft and skills demonstrations in the lobby throughout the morning, and seminars and other demonstrations beginning at noon. Lesa Rauh, family and consumer sciences educator for the Garfield County Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service said the Library Day in Enid will feature several speakers, including an earthquake preparedness presentation from Enid and Garfield County Emergency Manager Mike Honigsberg; looking out for signs of Alzheimer’s disease; and infant positional asphyxiation from Shepard’s Watch founder Ali Dodd, whose child died from after being left to sleep at a daycare in a position in which he couldn’t breathe. Demonstrations how to make hooded bath towels, canning, pillow cases, pie crust and more will also be available throughout the day. The events are free and open to the public.



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    MF)--May Fete has been rescheduled to May 10th, due to a conflict with soccer state play-offs. Enid Public Schools spokeswoman Amber Graham Fitzgerald said, the annual spring event for Enid High School students had been scheduled for May 3.




    BB)--The Beach Boys will perform May 22 at Enid Event Center. Tickets are $50 and $75, and patrons will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Beach Party, which will include dinner and music for $16 before the concert. Fans can order tickets by calling (855) TIX-ENID, going to or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall administration offices. 




    SC)--Leonardo’s Children’s Mu­­seum is accepting enrollments for its summer day camp program. Summer Camp 2016 will take place in a temporary classroom space, Leonardo’s Annex, donated by Randy Miller LLC, and located next door at 210 E. Maple, formerly World Harvest Church. The camp will begin June 6 and run through Aug. 5. This year’s Summer Camp theme is Adventure Games, and it will feature a new game-related theme each week like “Pictionary,” “Clue,” “Operation” and “Minecraft.” The camp is made possible in part by a grant from Oklahoma Arts Council. This is the 23rd consecutive year Leonardo’s has offered this educational outreach program. Morning, afternoon and all-day sessions are available by the week. Camp children (ages 4-12) will explore both artistic and scientific ways to play and learn with these games throughout each week.

    This year, for the first time, Leonardo’s will open up one week of summer camp to toddlers (3 plus) who will be creative thinkers with the game “Candyland.” Toddler Camp will be July 5-7, mornings only, and will be limited to 15 3-year-olds and 15 4-year-olds who have not yet attended pre-K. There are numerous discounts available, including early registration discounts, as well as multiple child discounts and parents can register their children for as many weeks as they desire, and there is no minimum. A 20 percent early enrollment discount is available for all enrollments during April. Scholarships also are available to those with demonstrated need on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrollment forms may be found online at





    VG)--Grammy Award-winning artist Vince Gill will perform Saturday, June 4, at Enid Event Center, with fellow Grammy winner Lee Ann Womack opening. Tickets are priced at $45 and $65. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visiting or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall Administration offices. 




    CS)--The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center is now accepting applications for the “Keep ‘em Flying” Teachers Institute.  The purpose of this two-day workshop is to provide area teachers with more information on the history of Vance Air Force Base from its beginnings in WWII to present.  The workshop will be held July 13-14 in conjunction with the Heritage Center’s exciting new exhibit “Keep ‘em Flying:  75th Anniversary of Vance Air Force Base.” The Teachers Institute will include living history presentations, primary and secondary resources, hands-on history kits and a tour of Vance AFB.  The workshop sessions will be led by Heritage Center staff and guest speakers.  The second day of the workshop will be spent on an in depth tour of Vance AFB.  The registration fee for the “Keep ‘em Flying” Teachers Institute is $40 per teacher with registration limited to 15 teachers.  Applications are available at the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center or may be downloaded from the Heritage Center’s website,  The workshop registration deadline is June 24, 2016.


    The exhibit, “Keep ‘em Flying: 75th Anniversary of Vance Air Force Base,” will open Memorial Day weekend and will remain on display in the Heritage Center’s J. E. and L. E. Mabee Foundation Gallery through Veteran’s Day weekend. 




    WA)--Weird Al Yankovic will perform at the Enid Event Center this summer. Weird Al’s Mandatory World Tour will perform in Enid July 17. Tickets are $35 and $50. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visiting or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall Administration offices. Fans who are part of the Weird Al Yankovic Fan Club can sign up for the VIP experience.





    TB)--The Thunderbirds, the Air Force's elite aerial demonstration team, is coming back to Enid next summer. The team's 2016 schedule includes a scheduled performance July 23 at Vance Air Force Base. The appearance will be part of Vance's 75th anniversary celebration. The Thunderbirds have not appeared at Vance since the fall of 2008. An estimated 30,000 to 35,000 people attended that year's air show and open house.





    KR)--Kenny Rogers’ final world tour, “The Gamblers Last Deal,” will take place at the Enid Event Center Friday, July 15, with special guest Linda Davis. The Grammy Award-winning superstar and Country Music Hall of Fame member has enjoyed great success during his storied career of nearly six decades. Tickets are $49 and $75 and will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, April 1. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visiting or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall administration offices. 






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