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    WT)--Enid officials have been on an annual legislative trip to Washington, D.C., this week. The local delegation included Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce leadership, City Manager Jerald Gilbert, Mayor Bill Shewey, Ward 2 City Commissioner Derwin Norwood Jr., Ward 4 City Commissioner Jonathan Waddell, Ward 5 City Commissioner Tammy Wilson, Ward 6 City Commissioner George Pankonin, Enid Regional Development Alliance representatives, city of Enid Military Liaison Mike Cooper and field representatives for Sen. James Lankford and Sen. Jim Inhofe. During meetings with the Oklahoma congressional delegation Wednesday, there were discussions with U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas regarding Farm Bill reauthorization, he said. It is a high priority for Lucas, who is a member of the House Agriculture Committee. Local leaders also met with Lankford. Infrastructure was discussed in a meeting with Congressman Steve Russell's chief of staff.


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    SI)--A 32-year-old Enid man who was shot early Tuesday is refusing to cooperate with an Enid Police Department investigation into the incident. Capt. Tim Jacobi said officers responded at 3:10 a.m. Tuesday to the 1000 block of North Adams in regard to a man with a gunshot wound to the back. The man was transported from the scene by Life EMS to St. Mary's Regional Medical Center for treatment of the non-life threatening wound. According to Jacobi, investigators learned the victim and shooter were close acquaintances. During the investigation, detectives served a search warrant Tuesday morning at a home in the 200 block of East Hemlock. According to Enid News and Eagle, detectives arrested a woman at the residence, 27-year-old Brooke Nicole Rex, on complaints of possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, three outstanding county arrest warrants and four municipal warrants. However, Jacobi noted the arrest was unrelated to the shooting. The captain said the victim left the hospital Tuesday morning against the wishes of hospital staff. He said the man later returned to the hospital and was treated and released. “The victim was uncooperative with investigators and asked that the investigation be terminated,” Jacobi said. He reportedly told investigators the shooting "appeared to be a result of a dispute amongst friends." Because no arrests were made, police are not releasing the name of the suspected shooter. The name of the victim also is being withheld.



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    LF)--It's been a busy week for firefighters, including here in Enid. There were four fires that Enid firefighters responded to this week. Fortunately, there were no injuries in any of the fires. Tuesday there was a fire in the back of Applebee's on West Garriott that Enid Fire Marshall Ken Helms says is being investigated as arson. According to Enid News and Eagle, Wednesday afternoon there was a structural fire at 2 Rolling Oaks Drive that caused about $5,000 in damage. Helms said that fire was either caused by spontaneous combustion from rags and other material used by a worker putting oil stain on some decking or lumber material, or it was caused by a discarded cigarette. Thursday morning there were two fires. The first, at 701 Windmeer, was caused by an extension cord on the outside of a home. There was only $5,000 damage to the exterior of the home. The second fire Thursday was minor. Helms said that fire at 2607 North 5th was likely started by discarded smoking materials. A neighbor had put out the fire by the time firefighters arrived. Estimated damage was several hundred dollars.


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    AM)--United Way of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma held its annual meeting and awards ceremony Thursday at Oakwood Country Club. It featured lunch, special presentations, nomination and election of directors and officers, and the announcement of the 2018-19 campaign chairs. Joan Allen was presented Dick Lambertz Memorial Award. 11 groups and individuals, including Williams Broadcasting, were presented Tocqueville Society Leadership Awards. The Volunteers of the Year Award was given to the OG&E public leadership team and its employees. Other awards were given to Boy Scouts of America Cimarron Council, Community Development Support Association, Interbank, OG&E, Triangle Insurance Co. and United Parcel Service for their 100 percent employee participation in the United Way campaign. Joey and Lezlie Meibergen were announced as the new campaign chairs, and Lynn Ballard was named new Board President.



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    NC)--Enid Public Schools has hired Curtis Foster as the new head varsity boys basketball coach. Foster was an outstanding basketball player during him time as a Plainsmen. He played basketball under Coach Denny Price at Phillips University, and was named Outstanding Athlete of the Year. He was an assistant coach for the Oklahoma Storm Professional Basketball team in Enid from 1998-2003. He's been involved with Enid youth basketball for many years, has been the boys and girls basketball coach at Drummond High School. There will be a team meeting today at 2:45 p.m. in the EHS Food Court. Members of the Enid basketball community are invited to attend.



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    TC)--With rain in the forecast for the Enid area this weekend organizers opted to cancel the Tour de Trykes Criterium. “We are disappointed that we are going to have to cancel the criterium,” said Tim DeClerk, with Enid Noon AMBUCS, sponsor of the event. “But the bright side is we know the rain is desperately needed in western Oklahoma.” The criterium has been held in Enid eight times. The bicycle race is held on a closed course through downtown Enid and has allowed U.S. Cycling Association-licensed riders to compete for cash prizes. Tour de Trykes Criterium officials are busy now just contacting everyone about the cancellation and making immediate arrangements. AMBUCS will meet with its promoter and the cycling organization to try to work out a future date for this year’s event, but DeClerk said he does not know if it will happen or when they will know an answer. Criterium raises money for AMBUCS projects, which emphasize mobility for people whom mobility is difficult. A designated project has been AmTrykes, or tricycle-like vehicles specially adapted to allow those with mobility difficulties to be able to ride more easily.


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    SG)--Student group Conserving Our Ranger Environment (CORE) from Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Enid will hold a community conversation about wind energy at the school. The program, "Wind Turbines Come Sweeping Down the Plains," will be held at Enid's campus in Room 225, 7:00 tonight. The conversation will be broadcast to NWOSU campuses in Alva, Woodward and Ponca City, with an open invitation to anyone interested. 


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    BS)--The Hospice Circle of Love Book Sale is this weekend. This year’s spring sale is scheduled to take place 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday. It will be held in Hospice Circle of Love’s North Building, 314 S. 3rd. Thousands of books will be available in a variety of categories, including mysteries, romance novels, fiction stories, craft magazines, biographies, children’s books, westerns and cookbooks. All hardback books will be just $1 and paperbacks will be just 50 cents. Shoppers can enjoy a cup of free coffee while they browse. In addition, free bookmarks will be given out with every purchase. Proceeds from the sale will help Circle of Love provide care for terminally ill patients who don’t have a Medicare or insurance benefit for hospice. The nonprofit has donated more than $3.7 million in free care since opening its doors in 1983.


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    BF)--The third annual Land Run Beer Fest is set for Saturday. The event is made possible by Corks Liquor, Wine & Beer and Enterprise Grain Co. It also will feature live music from the band One Track Mind. Tickets cost $35 for regular admission and $60 for VIP tickets. Tickets are $10 for designated drivers for the evening. VIP tickets get admittance to the tasting 30 minutes early, select beers for VIP only, a Land Run Beer Fest souvenir pint glass and a concessions food item. Regular admittance tickets get attendees three hours of tasting and a concession food item. This year’s fest promises more than 100 beer types to sample. All profits from the fest will be donated to Enid Noon AMBUCS. The fest will hold one session 5:00-8:00 p.m. Saturday at the Central National Bank Center with VIP ticket holders getting in at 4:30 p.m. All attendees must be 21 or older. Tickets are available at www.CNBCenter.com, (855) TIX-ENID or at the CNB Center box office.


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    VC)--Area pet owners can get their animals vaccinated and licensed for $10 during the annual city of Enid pet clinic from noon to 5:00 p.m. Sunday at Chisholm Trail Expo Center on the Garfield County Fairgrounds. The clinic is open to the public and will include pet vaccinations for rabies and issuance of pet licenses as required by local ordinance. Those with pets that have already been vaccinated can pay $2 for a city license only with the animal’s shot record. A license is required for every dog, cat or pot-bellied pig over the age of 6 months. Licenses are issued on a yearly basis and expire at the end of the calendar year. Those bringing their pets are responsible for their behavior at the event. Animals that are not socialized or are known to bite should be fitted with a muzzle. By registering the animals, it will allow for identification of the owner should the pet become lost or stolen. Animal Control officers and local veterinarians will be on hand to administer the vaccines and issue city pet licenses. The event also is open to pet owners outside of Enid. Payment for the fee can be made in cash or by personal check. No credit or debit cards will be taken at the event.


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    FF)--The Enid Regional Development Alliance is hosting its annual Future of Food Forum on April 24 at the Central National Bank Center in downtown Enid. This year’s event will highlight the increased use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the production of food and agricultural products in Oklahoma. The event is hosted in partnership with the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology and the Unmanned Aerial Systems Cluster Initiative of Oklahoma and Kansas. There will be a couple of guest speakers. Registration will begin at 8:30 on April 24, 2018, and the program will be from 9:00 a.m. -1:30pm. Attendance and lunch is free, but an RSVP is required. Responses can be sent to Debbie Moore at debbie@growenid.com or by phone at 580-233-4232.  A full agenda and the link to register can be found at https://growenid.com/upcoming-events/





    WM)--There is an old saying: "You can't really understand another person's experience until you walk a mile in their shoes". Walk a Mile in Her Shoes™ is an international men's march to bring a stop to rape, sexual assault, and gender based violence. Join YWCA Enid at the local Walk a Mile, April 27th 11:00-1:30 on the Courthouse Lawn. Men in our community can participate by registering to wear a pair of red high-heels and "Walk a Mile" (or just a block). The registration deadline is Friday April 20. Registration for the walk is $15 per walker and is FREE for all members of the military, police, and fire departments. Lunch is available for $5. YWCA Enid provides all shoes, however, they recommend a fitting with registration. Call the YWCA to get signed up at 580-234-7581.





    BV)--Applications are being accepted for serving on many of the City of Enid’s boards and commissions. Applications are currently being accepted to fill vacancies on the Construction Board of Appeals. Vacancies to be considered for this board are as follows:


    •                 One registered design professional who is a registered architect.

    •                 One licensed electrical contractor or a licensed electrical journeyman.

    •                 One registered design professional with mechanical experience, or a licensed 

                       mechanical contractor.

    •                 One licensed mechanical contractor, or a licensed mechanical journeyman.

    •                 One registered design professional with plumbing experience, or a licensed              plumbing contractor.

    •                 One licensed plumbing contractor, or a licensed plumbing journeyman.


    Applications are also being accepted to fill vacancies on the Fire Civil Service Commission, ADA Access Board, Historic Preservation Commission (Resident of Waverly Historic District), Library Board, and Public Access Television Advisory Board (ETN).


    Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. local time on April 25. It is intended that appointments will be made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at their meeting of May 1. 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 580-616-7275. Application forms can also be downloaded from the City’s web-site,www.enid.org.




    FR)-- The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is accepting donations to assist with long-term wildfire recovery across Oklahoma. Donations will provide food assistance to Oklahomans impacted by the wildfires while they recover and rebuild. If you are looking for a way to help, visit regionalfoodbank.org/HelpOK. A $10 donation can also be made by texting DISASTER to 501501. Donations can also be made to the follow organizations to assist with relief efforts:

    • Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation - Make checks payable to Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Foundation with “Fire Relief” in the memo line and mail to P.O. Box 82395, Oklahoma City, OK 73148 or donate online at www.okcattlemen.org
    • Oklahoma Farmers and Ranchers Foundation - Make checks payable to the Oklahoma Farmers and Ranchers Foundation with “Wildfire Relief” in the memo line and mail to 2501 N. Stiles, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or donate online at www.okfarmingandranching.org
    • Oklahoma Farmers Union Foundation - Make checks payable to Farmers Union Foundation, Inc., with “Wildfire Relief” in the memo line and mail to the attention of Wildfire Relief at P.O. Box 24000, Oklahoma City, OK 73124.





    PP)--Members of the Enid High School Student Council are currently accepting nominations for the Pride of the Plainsmen Award. Those nominated for the award must meet the following criteria: (1) have attended, served, honored or supported EHS in some way, (2) have demonstrated the ideals stated in the Plainsmen Creed, AND (3) and have reflected a high degree of success in service to education, community or his/her career field. Members of the EHS Student Council will select the Pride of the Plainsmen honoree the first week of May. He/she will be recognized at the annual Class Day Assembly in May. The application deadline is Wednesday, May 2. For more information or to request a nomination form, contact Jessica Ransom, student council advisor, through the Enid High School office at (580) 366-8300 or email her at jlransom@enidk12.org.




    MS)--Main Street Enid is a finalists for a number of statewide awards. All finalists will be honored and the winners announced at the 29th annual Main Street Awards Banquet, May 8, at the Embassy Suites OKC Downtown/Medical Center Hotel. There are 21 competitive award categories representing the “four points” in the Main Street Approach – Organization, Promotion, Economic Vitality and Design. Panels of outside judges for each point review the entries and determine the winners. Topping the Enid program nominations is Main Street Program of the Year. The other award finalist nominations are:


    *City of Enid Parks & Recreation for Premier Partner

    *Annual Infographic for Best Community Education/Public Awareness

    *Business Recruitment Package for Best Community Education/Public Awareness

    *Maker Trail for Best Retail Event

    *Bright Future Mural for Best Placemaking Project

    *Downtown Mural Program for Best Sustainable Design Project

    *Davis Law for Best Business Practices


    Tickets can be purchased from your local Main Street Program representative for $45. For a listing of Main Street programs in the state, or for more information about the Oklahoma Main Street Program, please call (405) 815-6552 or visit OKcommerce.gov/mainstreet.




    GF)--A gubernatorial candidate forum sponsored by The Oklahoma Academy and originally set for Enid in February has been rescheduled for late May. The forum originally was scheduled for Feb. 21 but was cancelled due to inclement weather. Twelve candidates are invited: Norman Brown, Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett, former Attorney General Drew Edmondson, Dan Fisher, state Sen. Connie Johnson, state auditor Gary Jones, Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb, Broken Arrow businessman Rex Lawhorn, Joe Maldonado, Bethany businessman Chris Powell, Tulsa businessman and former gubernatorial candidate Gary Richardson, and Tulsa businessman Kevin Stitt. The Oklahoma Academy is a statewide nonprofit, nonpartisan, membership organization founded by Gov. Henry Bellmon in 1967 to bring public attention to policy issues, provide objective, thorough research, develop consensus public policy recommendations and act as a catalyst for positive change. The forum is scheduled for 5:30-7:30 p.m. May 29 at Central National Bank Center. The forum is free and open to the public. For information on the forum, call the academy office at (405) 307-0986 or email Jamie@okacademy.org. For information on The Oklahoma Academy, visit the website at www.okacademy.org.




    TT)--Oklahoma City All-Sports Association announced Wednesday the State Games of Oklahoma Tennis Tournament will be held in Enid this year. This marks the first time a State Games event will be held in Enid. The tournament will be June 29 to July 1 at Oakwood Country Club. Matt Lopez and Dwayne Campbell will be the new sport directors for the tournament. The adult tournament is estimated to include more than 100 athletes from across Oklahoma, and the competition is open for athletes of all abilities, from novice to expert. Partnerships between The State Games of Oklahoma and Enid Tennis Association, and Oakwood Country Club and Visit Enid office made the tournament in Enid possible, according to the organization. Registration for the tournament can be done at http://www.stategamesofoklahoma.org/tennis/. For information on the Tennis tournament and other State Games events, visit the official site at www.stategamesofoklahoma.org.















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