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    FA)--An Enid man was killed in a semi-truck crash west of Enid early today. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said 44 year-old Robert Dean Wiggin II died in the crash just after 3:30 this morning 2 miles west of Enid near State Highway 132 and Chestnut. According to the report, Wiggin was northbound in the semi when the truck veered off the roadway to the right, overturning and pinning him. Wiggin was pinned for around 20 minutes before being freed by Lahoma Fire Department. He was pronounced dead at the scene by Life EMS due to massive injuries. Wiggin wasn't wearing a seatbelt, and cause of the crash is still under investigation.  



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    IA)--An Enid man was injured in a two-vehicle collision Thursday morning. The rollover accident occurred just before 9:10 a.m. at Cleveland and Fountain Lake. According to an Enid Police Department accident report, 63 year-old John Underwood was driving a truck north on Cleveland when he drove over the centerline. Authorities say 20 year-old Logan Rader was driving south in a Suburban. He reportedly tried to avoid colliding with Underwood by swerving. Following impact, Radar’s vehicle rolled over. He was taken to St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center for treatment for trunk and external injuries. Underwood, who was not injured, was cited for driving on the wrong side of the road. 



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    TF)--Tyson Foods has completed the acquisition of AdvancePierre Foods, Enid’s largest civilian employer. The company completed a tender offer to buy all the outstanding shares of common stock of AdvancePierre for $40.25 per share in cash, without interest. The offer expired at midnight June 6 and was followed by a merger of a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tyson Foods into AdvancePierre. The total value of the transaction was approximately $4.2 billion. AdvancePierre is a leading national producer of ready-to-eat lunch and dinner sandwiches, sandwich components and snacks. Its customers include foodservice, retail and convenience store providers. AdvancePierre, which employs approximately 4,500 people, generated revenues of $1.6 billion in 2016. Tyson Foods is headquartered in Springdale, Ark., and is one of the world’s largest food companies with brands such as Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Sara Lee, Ball Park, Wright, Aidells and State Fair.



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     DA)--An Enid man is facing a possible life sentence after allegedly attempting to sell marijuana to an undercover Enid Police Department narcotics detective over Facebook. 21 year-old Terry Alan Dakota Richardson was charged this week with unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute-marijuana. It is punishable by a prison sentence of two years to life.  According to Enid News and Eagle, Richardson was arraigned on the charge Thursday. His bond was set at $10,000 and he was ordered to return to court July 17 for a bond appearance.



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    CD)--A Hunter man pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge of unlawful carry of a weapon related to an incident last year. 36 year-old Russell Andrew Anderson was arrested in December after police received nearly a dozen calls reporting him walking down Willow Road carrying a military-style rifle. The sighting also caused two schools to be locked down. When arrested, Anderson was carrying multiple firearms and a large amount of ammunition. Anderson told police he had a conceal-and-carry license, which was confirmed and found valid, according to the affidavit. Anderson said he thought it was legal to carry his AR-15 in the open. Enid News and Eagle reports, Anderson received a 30-day suspended sentence and was ordered to retake the Self Defense Act class and provide proof to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation once the class is completed. Anderson's carry license also was suspended for six months, and he was ordered to pay a $250 fine and costs associated with the case.


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    RC)--30th Street will be closed 500 feet south of Willow Road and 30th Street intersection this Saturday and will remain closed for approximately four days. Consolidated Grain & Barge is installing an additional railroad crossing and new signal controls at the location. Traffic will be detoured by way of Willow Road, 54th Street, and Chestnut Avenue during construction.



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    PU)--Phillips University Alumni and Friends Association (PUAFA) is planning several events this weekend to commemorate the university, honor former faculty, and give alumni an opportunity to reminisce. The annual reunion will take place tonight and Saturday on the campus of Northern Oklahoma College Enid, former campus of Phillips University. This year the theme of the reunion is "Remembering Our Past," with an emphasis on honoring former faculty and staff of Phillips. For more information visit



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    CW)--Get your vehicle washed and help an Enid softball team attend Nationals. Enid Select 12 and under softball team has been invited to Nationals in Texas. Off the field the girls regularly volunteer for organizations including the Salvation Army, Loaves and Fishes, YWCA, Miracle League and the parks department. The Car Wash will be held in the United West parking lot beginning at 10:00am. Get a car was by donation and grab a bite to eat with a delicious pulled pork sandwich, chips and a drink for $8.



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    BF)--The Bikers4Backpacks Run is this Saturday at 11:00am beginning at the Moose Lodge just north of the Garfield County Fairgrounds, and ending at Boonies Bar.  All proceeds for this event go to purchase backpacks for the Backpacks for Kids Program in Enid.  All vehicles are welcome. There will be a meal available by donation served by Chisholm Trail 412 Abate. Checks should be made out to Making A Difference Incorporated.



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    BV)--Applications are currently being accepted to fill vacancies on the Public Access Television Advisory Board for the Enid Television Network (ETN). Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. June 26th. Appointments will be made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at their meeting of July 6th. Information and applications may be obtained in the office of the City Clerk, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Municipal Complex, or you can log onto




    YP)--Enid Young Professionals is seeking nominations for its sixth annual 10 Under 40 awards. EYP is seeking nominations for well-rounded young professionals who also excel in areas such as professional and community development. Nominations are due June 30, and winners will be announced at a luncheon Aug. 22 at Central National Bank Center Grand Ballroom. The awards are presented by Edward Jones of Enid. Nomination forms are available at









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