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    DA)--Two people were injured this morning in a two-vehicle crash south of Fairview in Major County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said the crash occurred at 6:35 a.m. on State Highway 58 about 2 miles south of Fairview. 22 year-old Nicholas Dakota Coppock of Cleo Springs, was southbound in a 2018 Chevrolet 2500 truck, while 65 year-old Barbara Shrum of Fairview, was northbound in a 2001 Lincoln sedan. According to the report, Shrum lost control of her vehicle on an icy bridge, departed the road, struck a guardrail, traveled back across the road and struck Coppock's Chevrolet. Shrum was pinned for about 15 minutes before being freed by the Fairview Fire Department. Shrum was transported to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid and transferred to Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City where she was admitted in stable condition with leg and internal injuries. Coppock was treated at the scene for a leg injury. The report lists the cause of the collision as "unsafe speed for road conditions" and both drivers' conditions as "apparently normal." Neither driver was wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision.


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    BS)--An Enid man was jailed over the weekend after being arrested for the fatal stabbing of his brother. Just before 3:00 Saturday morning, Enid Police Officers were called to the area of 200 W. Ash regarding a report of a stabbing. Officers arrived and learned that one brother had stabbed another brother. The suspect had fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival. The victim was transported to St. Mary’s hospital where he succumbed to his injuries and died. Investigators learned that 40 year old Walton Williams used a kitchen knife to stab his brother, 33 year old Saburo Williams. Walton Williams fled the scene after the incident but was later located in the 500 block of W. Cherry. Williams was arrested for the killing Saburo Williams. He was booked in the Garfield County Detention Center on the complaint of First Degree Murder. 

    This incident remains under investigation. 


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    BM)--An Enid woman said to be the mother of a newborn who was found dead in a trash bin has been ordered to stand trial on charges related to the case. 28 year-old Kathryn Juanita Green has been ordered to stand trial on charges of child neglect, unlawful removal of a body, desecration of a body, possession of a controlled substance and obstructing an officer. Green is charged in connection with the death of the baby boy who was found April 9, 2017, inside a trunk in a trash bin in Enid. Police say DNA evidence show Green was the child's mother. Green will appear Dec. 12 for arraignment before District Judge Dennis Hladik.


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    SB)--The Enid Public Schools Board of Education will hold its monthly meeting at 6:00 tonight in the Administrative Services Center, and up for discussion are a number of construction projects, upcoming and ongoing. According to the agenda, the board will discuss an Early Childhood Center. A collaboration between EPS and Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Enid, the dual-purpose center will feature four classrooms for young children, and an observation room for Northwestern education students interested in childhood development to look in on the kids, take notes, watch and learn. The groundbreaking ceremony for the center will be held 1:30 Thursday afternoon at 2929 E. Randolph. Also on the docket is the monthly construction report, updating EPS administrators on the progress of various school projects and improvements, such as the gymnasium and theater building at Enid High School. Today marks the start of American Education Week, a nationwide, annual celebration of education and its importance to communities everywhere. In honor of that, EPS has selected one student representative from each of its 17 schools to deliver a short presentation about their school. Tonight’s meeting is open to the public.


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    AT)—Enid Police are seeking information about a recent vehicle theft. On November 8th, Enid Police officers were dispatched to the intersection of W. Pine and N. Taylor. The victim stated that his vehicle was just stolen. The vehicle was described as a lime green 2015 Ford Fiesta, with the words "Family Pharmacy" in bright orange decals placed on the sides of the vehicle. About two hours later, the vehicle was recovered in the 400 block of S. Grant. If you know anything about this crime, or any other crime, call Crime Stoppers at 580-233-6233. You can also Text your tip to “274637”.  Just type Enid and then your message in the text box. You can earn a reward up to $1,000.00. You will not be required to testify and will not be identified.


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    DA)--Construction is set to start this week for "Under Her Wing was the Universe." According to Enid news and Eagle, activity on the downtown artwork, located south of the Central National Bank Center, comes after recent delivery of the structure's steel to the site and the approval of surfacing for the project. After running into a number of obstacles with the surfacing, including price and material determined to be too flammable, project artist Romy Owens settled on a 3/8-inch galvanized, vinyl-coated steel cable that will be printed in custom colors in a spectrum from a dark blue to a medium blue.  Owens presented the surfacing during an update on the project to Enid city commissioners in a study session earlier this month. The new material has been approved by the fire marshal. As for the steel framework for the project that was recently delivered, it came primed in a rustic color with plans for professional painters to spray the steel in a dark shade of blue to complement the steel cable. There will be 14 towers that each will be independent welded structures interlocked together with the steel cable connecting and creating stability. The starlights will fit underneath the surfacing with their own cabled system of lights with individual bulbs controlled to be star points, Owens said. In total, she said, there will be about 47 strands of lights making up about 1,000 "stars" overhead. Underneath the structure, an ADA concrete walkway will be constructed with some benching. The steel beams for the artwork will have concrete footings four feet deep, wide and long. Entry lights will mark entry points to the walkway, and the entirety of the path will feature ADA compatible lighting aiming down to illuminate the path, Owens said.  There's also a plan to plant at least 10 to 20 Oklahoma-native Redbud and Chinese pistache trees, Owens said, along with tall grasses, native grasses and wildflowers. The city's Parks and Recreation department will take over maintenance of the prairie-like surroundings. The project in its entirety won't be completed until at least spring, when the landscaping portion of the project can be planted and grown. When commissioners asked Owens during the study session if she had enough money to complete the project, Owens said she's still short of the fundraising goal. According to the project's GoFundMe page, $177,277 of $232,500 has been raised. For information on the project, go to www.romyowens.comwww.gofundme.com/under-her-wing-was-the-universe or the project's Facebook page at "Under Her Wing was the Universe." 


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    MF)--After over four years serving Garfield County as Election Board secretary, Cheryl Patterson will be stepping down, and a local pastor could soon be filling her shoes. Enid News and Eagle reports Patterson’s last day on the job will be Jan. 31 2019. The Oklahoma State Election Board will discuss her retirement, and vote on her potential replacement at its next meeting Tuesday. The process of selecting her replacement is still underway. However, State Sen. Roland Pederson, R-Burlington, who represents Garfield County, has recommended Covenant Life Christian Fellowship pastor Michael Frisbie to the Oklahoma State Election Board. Frisbie, who said he has volunteered and worked part-time for the Garfield County Election Board in the last several years, said his appointment is not yet a sure thing. If chosen, Frisbie’s first day in office would be Feb. 1.


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    QH)--150 local members of the Grand National Quail Club will host more than 60 hunters this week for the 52nd annual Grand National Quail Hunt. Numerous celebrities are expected to turn out for the hunt. Two new shooters this year are Charlie Duke, lunar module pilot for Apollo 16, and country music recording artist Aaron Tippin, whose first single was “You’ve Got to Stand for Something” in 1991. Several returning celebrities include two-time Olympic gold medalist Vincent Hancock; actor and entertainer Frank Stallone; and two-time Super Bowl champion and NFL Hall of Famer Dave Butz. Along with hosting celebrities during the hunt, the club partners with Warriors for Freedom Foundation. Two service members from the organization will take part in the event. The quail hunt will take part at area ranches. It will run today through Thursday. For more information visit https://www.gnqh.org/.



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    FR)--The 4RKids Foundation is attempting to raise the remaining $1.9 million dollars of their capital campaign during their #WeAre4RKids campaign this November. Capacity has been reached in the current 4RKids building. Officials said funds raised for the capital campaign will be used to construct a new building to increase the foundation’s ability to serve individuals with special needs in the community. 4RKids Executive Director, Tricia Mitchell said the #WeAre4RKids Campaign will run through the month of November. Anyone who is interested in donating can do so online through the 4RKids website or the 4RKids Facebook Page. Interested donors can also hand-deliver or mail donations to 4RKids at 710 Overland Trail, Enid, OK, 73703. For more information, please call 4RKids at (580) 237-7890.




    CR)--The  City of Enid has partnered with SeeClickFix to announce a new platform called “Enid Citizen Request Center” that will allow citizens to report quality-of-life issues and request City of Enid services. With the free SeeClickFix mobile app and web tools, Enid citizens will now be able to provide City of Enid staff with pictures, videos, specific descriptions, and valuable information needed to get the job done efficiently. In addition, the SeeClickFix platform provides City of Enid officials with a centralized issue management system to manage issues from creation to resolution engaging Enid citizens throughout the process. This partnership not only allows Enid citizens to report problems, but also to view, comment on, and vote to fix problems submitted by their neighbors. Citizens can even create their own “watch areas” to receive notifications about all the issues reported in their community, enabling them to follow the progress of all service requests, not just the ones they report. The SEE CLICK FIX mobile app is available for download on Android and iPhone. In addition to the mobile apps, citizens can send reports to the City of Enid’s website [http://www.Enid.org/RequestCenter] or at www.SeeClickFix.com.

















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