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    MC)--A Garfield County jury deliberated for less than two hours Thursday evening before finding 23-year-old Larry Lee Lawson III of Enid guilty of first-degree murder and committing a felony with a firearm with a defaced serial number. Lawson was charged with fatally shooting 21 year-old Michael Ryan Hayes in July 2015. The Enid News and Eagle reports the seven-man, five-woman jury recommended serve life in prison on the murder charge and three years on the firearms charge. Formal sentencing was set for 4 p.m. Nov. 9.


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    DH)--Attorneys for a former Oklahoma City police officer convicted of sexually assaulting women while on duty are again asking for an extension to file his appeal. This is the fourth time attorneys for 29-year-old Daniel Holtzclaw said they need more time. The attorneys say the time is needed because of the lengthy record in the case and noted that the trial took more than six weeks to complete. Holtzclaw, who is from Enid, was convicted in December on 18 felony charges involving eight of 13 women who alleged he assaulted them. He was sentenced to 263 years in prison.


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    EQ)--A 4.0-magnitude earthquake was recorded this afternoon near Fairview. The quake was centered about 18 miles northwest of Fairview in far northern Major County. According to U.S. Geological Survey the quake occurred at 3:26 this afternoon. The quake was reportedly felt in Enid, Woodward, Enid, Weatherford and Oklahoma City. It was followed by 3.5 magnitude quake a half mile to the west at 3:47. A 3.7 magnitude quake was recorded at 3:25 this afternoon approximately 2 miles NNE of Ringwood, placing it about 17 miles west of Enid. It was also felt in the Enid area.


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    CS)--The clerk of an Enid convenience store was charged Wednesday with a misdemeanor after she was accused of selling drug paraphernalia to an undercover Enid Police Department narcotics officer Oct. 11th. According to the Enid News and Eagle, 53 year old Cynthia Jo Arias is charged with a misdemeanor count of unlawful sale of drug paraphernalia by retailer while working at One Stop Shop, 1606 W. Willow. The crime is punishable by up to one year in prison, a fine up to $1,000 or both.


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    CS)--Did you see the signs for United Supermarket North coming down Thursday afternoon? That's because they are changing their name and concept. The store will quickly be converted into a Cash Saver brand. The conversion should be complete by the end of October. Items on the shelves will show the price at the store's cost, with an additional 10 percent added at the check-out counter. Other Cash Saver stores operate in Oklahoma City, Texas, Alabama and Tennessee.

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    QF)--Northwestern Oklahoma State University students will coordinate an interactive panel discussion on State Question 777 at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 27, engaging participants simultaneously via live video on all of its four campuses in Alva, Enid, Woodward and Ponca City. Developed by NWOSU’s CORE (Conserving our Ranger Environment) group, the discussion is to be focused on the consequences of SQ 777 if it is approved. Called “right to farm” by its proponents, SQ 777 has elicited a broad coalition of opponents who believe the proposed change to the constitution is risky, unnecessary and could result in harmful environmental consequences and costly legal challenges in the coming years. Participants will include farmers, ranchers, lawyers and business leaders, as well as Oklahoma Stewardship Council Co Chairman and former state Sen. Paul Muegge. CORE sponsor Professor Steven Mackie will moderate the discussion and it also will include Steve Sneary and Julia and Lacy Barker in Alva and Ben Ezzell, Paulette Rink and Bill Steinert in Enid. The event will be free and open to the public at each of NWOSU’s four campuses including Enid at 30th and Randolph.


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    HA)--Adams Elementary School will turn 100 years old Oct. 27 with a birthday bash for past and current Adams students, Adams Principal Reba Gregory said they will celebrate with faculty and students during the day. They will meet as a group and have a small birthday party for the school. Families and past Adams students are invited to a party at 5:00 p.m. on the Adams playground, with bounce houses, games, face painting and food. All past and present Adams students and families are invited, Gregory said.


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    BS)--Just in time for Halloween, the Gaslight Theatre presents “The Bad Seed”, a chilling thriller that focuses on a seemingly perfect little girl, who is able to charm her way into getting just about anything she wants – anything, except a highly coveted medal that her teacher has awarded to one of the girl’s classmates. During a school outing, the classmate goes missing and it is soon discovered that he has drowned. The little girl’s mother begins to suspect that her daughter had something to do with the boy’s death and other sudden deaths surrounding the family. Performances of “The Bad Seed” run October 21-23 and October 27-29. For tickets and information, log onto gaslighttheatre.org.


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    BE)--Stratus Contact Solutions, a division of ILD, Corp., announced the expansion of its inbound call center in Enid. Stratus opened the Enid call center in April of 2015 and currently employs 55 customer service agents and 5 supervisors. The decision to expand the call center is based on the quality workforce available in Enid and the cost effective business operation. Stratus Contact Solutions will hold a ribbon cutting event at the Enid call center at 2300 North 10th Street in honor of the expansion at 12:00 pm on November 2nd. Anyone interested in applying for employment at Stratus Contact Center should apply through the website at stratuscontactsolutions.com.




    IG)-- Jay Owenhouse, an escape artist and illusionist, will perform in Enid at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 5 at Central National Bank Center. Tickets for the "Dare to Believe" show will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. The show will feature illusions and magic, Bengal tigers, escapes and storytelling. In 2008, Owenhouse toured China and Japan, where his show received the Best Touring Family Show in Asia award. He currently is working on a new television series. Ticket prices are $29 and $39. There are also VIP tickets for $69, which include a meet and greet with Owenhouse and Sheena, a tiger. Part of the proceeds from VIP tickets go to the Corbett Foundation, to support the tiger reserves in India. Tickets are available at CNBCenter.com or by calling (855) TIX-ENID.




    EF)--An ethics forum is being planned for Enid City Commissioners. Ward 6 Commissioner David Vanhooser said the ethics forum he is planning will be open to the public and will be held Nov. 19. An official time will be announced at a later date. He is working on securing experts to speak during the event. The commission will not vote during the forum, which will be an educational session. Vanhooser told the Enid News and Eagle, "I anticipate in early spring of 2017 we will put the creation of an ethics policy for the city of Enid on the study session agendas, and begin working towards creating a final document." He said several commissioners are gathering information, including policies from other communities, and City Attorney Andrea Chism is researching the topic. 




    BR)--Professional bull riding is coming back to Enid. The 2016 Enid BRI Classic is coming to the Central National Bank Center in conjunction with Bull Riders Inc., according to venue operators Spectra Venue Management. This two-night event is Nov. 18 and 19 at the Central National Bank Center. Tickets are $20 for the Golden Chute, $15 for Adults and $10 for kids 12 and under. Mutton Bustin’ is also going to come back to the venue for the 4th time. Participants must be between the ages of 4 and 8 and weigh less than 60 pounds. Entry fee to participate in the Mutton Bustin’ is $15. Contact Bill at Bill_OMalley@comcastspectacor.comor at 580-616-7381. Tickets will go on sale 10:00 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visitingwww.CNBCenter.com or in the CNB Center Administration offices on the 2nd floor of the convention side off of Independence Ave.








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