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    ED)-- The individual who died in Wednesday evening’s massive explosion west of Waukomis has been identified. 33 year-old Keith Milacek died in the incident. Amy Elliott with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner told Enid News and Eagle, “The cause of death is pending at this time. They are conducting a full toxicology screen before they rule. The screen can take four to six weeks.” Milacek’s body was found in a burned vehicle at the oil tank battery site. The explosion occurred around 6:45 p.m, in the area of Flynn Road between Garland and Wheatridge. Garfield County Sheriff Jerry Niles said the incident is being treated as an ongoing investigation because officials are unsure whether it was an industrial accident or not. Deputies will be doing follow-ups the next couple of days and wait for the medical examiner’s report.


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    DR)--An Enid man was arrested this morning following the attempted robbery of an Enid pharmacy where he often shopped. Enid News and Eagle reports 26 year-old Mark McCamey was taken into custody at gunpoint by Sgt. Eric Reddick after he attempted to rob Rick's Pharmacy, 811 W. Randolph. Police received a 911 call at 7:51 a.m. reporting a man entering the store carrying a backpack and baseball bat, wearing a mask demanding Oxycontin and other painkillers. According to the report, employees recognized the robber's voice and when they told him by name that he did not want to do this, he told them, "Don't call me Mark." Police say McCamey fled from the store and entered the alleyway between Rick's Pharmacy and Planet Fitness. McCamey dropped the baseball bat near a trash bin and threw the backpack beneath a truck in the Planet Fitness parking lot. McCamey was taken into custody a short distance away and was found carrying a large knife. Employees reportedly positively identified McCamey as the robber. Formal charges are pending.



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    DD)—Authorities have identified the local teen who was arrested for driving under the influence after crashing in to a home near an Enid middle school early Wednesday afternoon. Enid Police said 18 year-old Joseph Cole was booked after crashing in to the home at 201 N. McKinley, about 1 block east of Waller Middle School on West Randolph. The resident was not home at the time, and no one was injured. Cole’s vehicle crashed through the exterior wall of the home and continued through two bedrooms before stopping.



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    CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet today in study session and regular meeting. The meeting was pushed back two days because of the Martin Luther King Holiday. During the study session Commissioners are scheduled to discuss the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 audit; discuss the current fiscal financial update; and discuss the fencing ordinance. During the regular meeting the commission will consider approval of the Enid First Team Wayfinding Signage Master Plan along with $50,000 in funding and address a number of routine business items. The study session will be held at 5:00 this afternoon in the Lower Level Conference Room of the City Administration Building. The regular meeting will be held at 6:30 in Council Chambers. Both meetings are open to the public.



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    CM)--Mayors, City Managers and City Council members from across Oklahoma will meet in Guthrie Friday to discuss issues facing municipalities and craft a legislative agenda for the 2017 state legislative session. The Oklahoma Congress of Mayors is sponsored by the Mayors Council of Oklahoma (MCO) and the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML). Delegates will attend the one-day mock legislative session to discuss municipal issues, participate in the legislative process, and ratify resolutions that will be presented to the governor and legislative leaders. A priority topic this year is the diversification of municipal funding. Other topics of concern include public safety, economic development and maintaining local control.



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    SG)--In recognition of the grief that exists after a suicide, or even an attempted suicide, Central Christian Church, 1111 W. Broadway, will host the monthly Suicide Support Group tonight from 6:00 to 7:00. Licensed counselors and therapists from Youth and Family Services and Frame of Mind Counseling Center will facilitate the group, providing a place to safely process through grief and worry. This group is open to all people in need of support.  



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    IC)--Since you'll more than likely be working on Friday during President-Elect Donald Trump's inauguration, News Talk 960 KGWA has it covered. Listen to the Rush Limbaugh show beginning at 11:00am Friday. He will air the audio from the ceremony, with some added comments by Rush along the way. And, KGWA will present it commercial free. That's this Friday beginning at 11:00 here on KGWA.



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    DK)--A march and celebration planned to celebrate the life and dream of Martin Luther King Jr. will be held this Saturday. Both events originally were scheduled for Jan. 14 but were rescheduled for weather. Rev. Norris L. Williams, President of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Commission said the commemorative march is set for 1:30 p.m. Saturday. It will start at the Central National Bank Center, 301 S. Independence. A celebration will immediately follow the march at 2:00 p.m. at the Central National Bank Center Grand Ballroom. Doors to the event will open at 1:00 p.m.



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    FS)--The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center’s first Family Saturday of the year will be held this Saturday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Village Church. The theme of the January Family Saturday will be World War I to complement the newly changed cases in the exhibit gallery. Each January the theme changes in several cases in the permanent gallery to reflect different aspects of the Cherokee Strip. This year the theme is World War I in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary. The changing cases tell the stories of men from this region who fought in the First World War. The cases are filled with uniforms and related artifacts from that historical event. During this Family Saturday, families have the opportunity to learn about World War I through the making of War Bond buttons and learn about code talking used during the war to keep important strategic military information from the enemy. Family Saturday hands-on activities are held monthly. The activities provided during Family Saturdays are free with admission to the museum. Admission for adults is $6 and $3 for children. Those five years and under are free. 



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    CA)--The Enid Police Department is accepting applications for its next Citizens Police Academy, scheduled to begin Feb. 28. For applications to be considered for the next academy, they must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. Feb. 13. About five spots are still available for the upcoming academy. Applications for the 13-week course are available on the EPD website,, and can be printed, filled out and mailed or returned to the police station. Mailed applications need to be marked to the attention of the Training Division. The goal of Enid Police Department's Citizens Police Academy is to educate Enid residents about the structure and activities of the police department, Wilson said. Citizens Police Academy class is not a training class, but is an information class, a behind-the-scenes look at Enid Police Department. The academy is free to attend and meets 6:30-9:00 p.m. Tuesdays for 13 weeks. Class sizes are limited to ensure the quality of the course. The objective of the academy is not to make police officers out of the graduates, but to make them better-informed residents, with an accurate knowledge of the department's responsibilities and functions.


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    TT)--Travis Tritt’s acoustic performance, originally scheduled at the Central National Bank Center on Sunday, January 15, has been rescheduled to Saturday, March 18. Previously purchased tickets are still valid for the new date. Tickets are still available by calling 855 -TIX-ENID, or online at



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    CV)--The City of Enid is taking applications for a vacancy on the Fire Civil Service Commission. Per the City’s Charter, this vacancy must be filled by a citizen of Enid. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. local time on January 20, 2017.  It is intended that this appointment will be made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at their meeting of February 7, 2017.  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, 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,




    PC)--Garfield County Election Board Secretary Cheryl Patterson said the Pond Creek-Hunter, Timberlake and Cimarron school districts opted to close polling places for Precincts 210, 308 and 310 in Garfield County for the annual school board and city elections ballot on February 14th. However, Precinct 308 will be open for the Ward 6 Enid City Commission race. Voters registered in Precincts 210, 308 or 310 will receive an application for an absentee ballot from the county election board. Voters should fill out the application form, sign it and return the application to the election board. Applications must be received by no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 8. If you think you live within the affected precincts but have not received an absentee ballot application, you should contact the county election board immediately. Their number is 237-6016.




    PR)--“The Price is Right Live” stage show will make a stop in Enid March 4 at Central National Bank Center. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. are on sale at The interactive stage that gives eligible individuals the chance to "Come On Down" and play classic games from television’s longest running and most popular game show. Contestants can win cash, appliances, vacations and possibly even a new car by playing favorites like Plinko, Cliffhangers, The Big Wheel and the Showcase.  In a decade of shows, many sold out, across North America, The Price Is Right Live has given away more than $12 million in cash and prizes. The show is open to all legal residents 18 and older, and additional purchase is not required for contestant registration. More information about the rules and regulations can be obtained at the CNB Center box office.




    NB)--Newsboys, a Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling Christian group, is coming to Enid for their Love Riot Tour on March 17, 2017. Tickets go on sale 10:00 a.m. Friday. Tickets will be available at and start at $27. Tickets cost $27 for general admission, $47 for Premium, and Ultimate VIP tickets are $102. Family four-packs also are available while supplies last. Premium package includes early entry/best seats, a special tour laminate and a pre-show question-and-answer session with the artists. Ultimate VIP includes best seats, special tour laminate, pre-show Q&A, photo op with the band and coupon for discounted Newsboys merchandise at their table.



    FG)—Prepare to laugh. RFD-TV is teaming with comedians Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy to bring the "We’ve Been Thinking Tour" to Central National Bank Center for two shows April 1. The comedians will deliver new material before they come together on stage for an encore. Tickets go on sale for the 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. performances at 10 a.m. November 18 at CNB Center or by calling 855-849-3643 (855-TIX-ENID).








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