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    SA)—The Fairview Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a missing woman. Authorities say 78 year-old Shirley Warner left Fairview sometime around noon today and was reportedly headed to Oklahoma Heart Hospital in Midwest City. She is not answering her phone. It is believed she is driving her 2011 Chevy Malibu. The white 4-door has Oklahoma tag DEN 653. Anyone with any possible information should contact the local law enforcement agency.   


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    MR)—Information is being sought about a robbery at the Ramada Inn of Enid on April 25th. Enid Police Department needs your help solving the case. On April 25th, Enid Police officers responded to a room at Ramada Inn, where a man told them that three men came into his room and hit him, then took several items. If you know anything about this robbery and attack, but don't want to be identified, contact Crimestoppers. You could get a $1,000 reward. Call 233-6233, or text 274637. Put the word “Enid” in the text. You won't have to testify, and won't be indentified, but you could help solve the case.



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    HH)--Volunteers, family members and friends gathered at the newest Habitat for Humanity home in Enid on Saturday, to dedicate the home and hand it over to its new owners. Enid Habitat for Humanity officials said Saturday's open house gave community members a chance to see the house, for volunteers to celebrate completion of the renovation project, and for everyone present to celebrate a blessing of the home. Enid News and Eagle reports Sandy McLendon and her three children received the home. McLendon said the opportunity to work alongside Habitat for Humanity to renovate and purchase her new home will help her start a new life with her kids. Saturday's dedication ceremony was the culmination of almost a year's work by the volunteers and McLendon and her family. McLendon and her family put in more than 300 hours working on their home, and the remainder was completed predominantly by volunteers. Those wishing to support the organization monetarily can make checks payable to Enid Habitat for Humanity, P.O. 3924, Enid, OK, 73702, or use the donate button on the Enid Habitat for Humanity Facebook page.



                                           --00--  22  May  17  10a


    AA)--An Oklahoma Bible Academy eighth-grader was recently honored with a silver medal in a national art competition. Sydney Winter won a gold key in the Oklahoma Scholastic Art Awards competition, and went on to earn a silver medal at the National Scholastic Art Awards. The Scholastic Art Awards has been cultivating and honoring young artists since 1923. Winter submitted two pieces to the state competition: a charcoal drawing of her dog Shadow, and a mixed media drawing of animal skulls. Winter was competing in a field of 1,820 individual art submissions at the state competition, and won a gold key, the top award, with her mixed media piece, while her charcoal drawing was awarded an honorable mention. The gold key finish qualified Winter's mixed media drawing for the national competition, where it was one of more than 330,000 submissions in grades seven-12. Her silver medal finish placed her in the top 1 percent of those entries.



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    IA)—A Cleo Springs is hospitalized following a crash Sunday in Major County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said just before 1:30 Sunday afternoon two cars collided at an intersection northwest of Cleo Springs. 23 year old Joseph Reed Barnhill of Cleo Springs was driving a car southbound, and 21 year old Samantha Jo Culver of Fairview was driving a car eastbound when Barnhill failed to yield and struck Culver's car. Barnhill's car overturned 2 times and he was ejected, as he was not wearing a seatbelt.  Barnhill was taken by Air-Evac to the OU Medical Center where he was admitted in stable condition with head and trunk external injuries. Culver was taken to the Fairview Hospital where she was treated and released. Two passengers in Culver’s vehicle were not injured. The OHP reported an odor of alcohol in Barnhill's vehicle.



                                           --00--  22  May  17  7a


    TD)--No one was injured when a train derailed Sunday in Grant County. Officials said five cars, hauling grain, derailed just south of Pond Creek near Farmers Grain around 2:15 Sunday afternoon. No word on what caused the derailment. Crews are working to clean up and repair damage. The incident remains under investigation.



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    HC)--State Highway 11 in Grant County between Medford and Wakita has been closed until further notice after high water damaged large culverts under the highway. Grant County Emergency Management officials made the announcement over the weekend and said they will inform the public when the highway is re-opened, and that dirt roads in the area are very sloppy and should be avoided if possible. GCEM also indicated anyone needing an alternate route around the highway closure should take U.S. 81 or Red Hill Road through Pond Creek.



                                           --00--  22  May  17  10a


    CT)--The multi-agency "Click It Or Ticket" campaign kicked off today with over 10,000 agencies nationwide, including Enid Police Department, Garfield County Sheriff’s Office and Oklahoma Highway Patrol participating. The campaign keeps coming back because not buckling up while driving remains alarmingly popular. In 2015, 223 people Oklahomans died in wrecks while not wearing a seatbelt. Out of those 223, 87 were totally ejected from the vehicle. At least 20 law enforcement agencies across the state have committed to the effort. Agencies taking part in the campaign will be taking no excuses in enforcing seat belt law and will be writing tickets day and night. The campaign will run through June 4.



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    SC)--Enid Mayor Bill Shewey’s State of the City address is being broadcast on the Enid Television Network (ETN) beginning today.  According to city spokesperson Steve Kime, the 45-minute program will air at 8:00 tonight. The annual address given by Mayor Shewey will air twice a day through Saturday on Channel 12 and Channel 112 in high definition. Additional broadcast times for the State of the City address can be found by viewing the on-line TV guide which is located at



                                           --00--  22  May  17  10a


    BA)--Applications are being accepted for serving on many of the City of Enid’s boards and commissions. Vacancies will exist on the Construction Board of Adjustment & Appeals, Enid Joint Recreation Triad, Historic Preservation Commission, Board of Adjustment, Vance Development Authority, Special Sales Tax Advisory Committee, Meadowlake Golf Course Advisory Board, Library Board, and Public Arts Commission of Enid.


    Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. local time on May 26, 2017.  It is intended that appointments will be made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at their meetings of June 6 and June 20.  The City Commission may, at its discretion, conduct interviews with applicants prior to such appointments. Information and applications may be obtained in the office of the City Clerk, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Municipal Complex, 401 West Owen K. Garriott Road, Enid, Oklahoma, 73701 or by calling 580-616-7271. Application forms can also be downloaded from the City’s web-site,





    OF)--Using the theme, “Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail,” the 2017 Oklahoma Freewheel tour will have an overnight stay in Enid this June. OK Freewheel is a weeklong bicycle tour across Oklahoma. The tour begins in Wichita Falls, Texas on June 11, will stop in Enid on June 15 and end in South Haven, Kan. on June 17. Other overnight stops along the route are Comanche, Duncan, Chickasha, Kingfisher and Ponca City. Much of the route is along or close to U.S. Highway 81, which is roughly the path of the original Chisholm Trail and has been designated the “Historic Chisholm Trail Bike Route” by the state of Oklahoma. Participants will travel around 440 miles to complete the 2017 cross-state bicycle tour. For more information on this great ride and to register, visit










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