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    DA)--An Enid man was bound over for trial Thursday morning on felony murder and assault with a dangerous weapon charges. Beki Bajo Jr. was bound over by Special District Judge Jason Seigars after the court heard testimony from two witnesses during a preliminary hearing. Enid News and Eagle reports Bajo was charged with first degree-felony murder and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Bajo was hospitalized Feb. 18, following a fatality head-on collision on U.S. 81, just north of Waukomis, which ended a pursuit with Waukomis Police Department officers. The crash killed a second driver John Matousek. Bajo was ordered to ap­­pear next on Oct. 3 before Associate District Judge Tom Newby for district court arraignment. Bajo faces life in prison or life without parole on the murder charge. Prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty. Bajo also faces up to 10 years in prison or up to a year in county jail on the assault charge.


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    NT)--Construction of a new terminal at Enid Woodring Regional Airport will begin next year. Woodring Director Dan Ohnesorge said during an Enid City Commission study session earlier this week, the new terminal will change the face of the airport dramatically. According to Ohnesorge, while working on the design, four newly constructed terminals were visited, and officials sought input from corporate pilots and airport tenants. The design will separate the business area and the restaurant. Some of the restaurant improvements will involve a larger, more efficient kitchen. There's a need for 24-hour access to a larger and better equipped pilot's lounge. The current lounge is small and can only be accessed through the terminal, when the terminal is open. There also would be 24-hour access to the lobby. A joint flight planning room, which will be used by Vance Air Force Base personnel, will be included in the new design as well as a dedicated conference and/or safe room. The budget for the 7,300-square-foot terminal is $1.8 million. $500,000 is a donation, the airport is receiving another $500,000 from Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, another $500,000 will come out of the airport fund and officials are trying to get $300,000 from the Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission for the joint use room. The new terminal will be constructed back into the parking lot area, behind the current terminal. Once it is constructed and moved into, the current terminal will be demolished. The project may be put out for bid in January or February 2018, and ground probably will be broken by the end of April, with an expected take nine month build time.


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    FS)--With flu season upon us, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced county health departments will offer flu vaccine statewide beginning Monday, Oct. 2. Flu vaccination is recommended each year for everyone 6 months of age and older. When more people are vaccinated against the flu, there is less opportunity for flu to spread in families, schools and communities. Cases of influenza hospitalizations have already been reported for this season.

    In addition to getting a flu vaccination, people 65 years of age and older, and those with chronic health conditions, should ask their health care provider about being vaccinated against pneumococcal pneumonia. County health departments will accept SoonerCare, Medicare, all private health insurance,  cash, checks, or credit cards as payment for flu vaccine. For more information, call a local county health department or visit the OSDH website Media inquiries should be directed to Jamie Dukes, Office of Communications, at (405) 271-5601.



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    MM)--Leonardo’s Children’s Museum and Adventure Quest is set to host the eighth annual Bruckner’s Motor Mania this Saturday. Fire trucks, police cars, tow trucks, cranes, race cars, show cars, floral trucks, food trucks, ambulances and more will line the entire street. Motor Mania will be 10:00 a.m. to noon Saturday. Leonard’s Executive Director Tracy Bittle said in addition to the vehicles, there also will be a Segway obstacle course where children can test their balance and Segway driving skills. Cost is $5 for members and $9 for non-members, and lunch will be provided by Bruckner’s. 


    In addition, a new traveling exhibit from the Oklahoma Museum Network called “Building Buddies” is available at the museum until March 2018. The exhibit offers a hands-on construction exhibit that provides children opportunities to lay down tile, paint walls, hang up curtains, operate conveyor belts, lay brick work and more.



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    PC)--The Ghostlahoma Paranormal Conference will take place Saturday at the historic Gaslight Theatre located at 221 N. Independence in downtown Enid, Oklahoma. It starts at 9:00a.m. and continues throughout the day. The conference is hosted by co-authors of the book, Ghostlahoma - Over 100 Years of Oklahoma's Haunted History, Tammy Wilson and Tonya Hacker and is presented by Enid Event Company. It starts at 9:00 a.m. and will continue throughout the day. "We also have an opportunity for 30 of our attendees to come to the Speakers Reception and private tour that evening," said Hacker. Tickets are $25 through September 22. They will be $30 at the door on the day of the event. The VIP evening event is an additional $15. For detailed biographies of the speakers and to purchase tickets or vendor space, please visit Call (580) 402-6732 for more information.



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    SC)--The Land Run 5k, 10k, and half- marathon run event will be held Saturday morning in downtown Enid. Street closures will begin at 5:30 am Saturday and officials said streets will reopen at noon.  Roadways closed for these races include:


    Elm to Maine on Independence Avenue

    Maine from Independence to Michael Hedges Boulevard

    Michael Hedges from Maine to Randolph Street

    26th from Randolph to East Ash Avenue

    Chestnut from 26th to 30th

    30th will have one lane open from Chestnut to Market Avenue

    Market from 30th to Jerauld Gentry Road



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    PP)---Christ United Methodist Church of Enid will bring the annual Pumpkin Patch to the community once again. The tradition has been a source of family fun and has helped keep Enid stocked with pumpkins for the fall season. Other CUMC events will include a chicken noodle lunch, storytelling, a free movie night, as well as a child-friendly Trunk-for-Treats night. Pumpkins will be unloaded on Sunday at 12:30PM, and again on October 15 at 12:30PM.  Pumpkin sales start as soon as the pumpkins hit the ground. Patch Hours: Mon-Fri: 2 PM-8 PM Sat: 10 AM-8 PM Sun: 12 PM-8 PM. Special Events:


    10/21: Chicken Noodle Dinner – 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

    10/28: Family Movie Night – 7:30 PM “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” with complimentary popcorn and apple cider. Free admission.

    10/31: Trunk For Treats – 5:30 to 7:00 PM to trick or treat in our well-lit patch.


    Volunteer opportunities available and always appreciated!  Please call 580.237.3938 for details. Christ United Methodist Church is located at 2418 W Randolph Ave, Enid OK 73703, and can be contacted at:580.237.3938 or email



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    BS)--The Enid Board of Education is seeking qualified candidates to fill a vacancy for Office #3, which serves the southeast area of the district. Board members have 60 days to appoint a representative to the position. The newly selected board member will serve as an appointee until February 2018, but will need to be successfully elected in February 2018 in order to retain the seat until 2020. The filing period for the February election will be this December.  Those interested are encouraged to contact Karl White, EPS Chief Financial Officer, by calling (580) 366-7000 or visiting 500 S. Independence. Information packets are available.



                                             --00--   22 Sept 17  7a 



    RC)--We will be “Ridin the Storm Out” this fall as legendary rock band REO Speedwagon will perform at Central National Bank Center. The concert will be Tuesday, October 3 at Central National Bank Center. Fronted by iconic vocalist Kevin Cronin since 1972, the band has recorded a collection of hit songs and classic albums over the years, with a string of gold and platinum records along the way. The group’s best-selling album, “Hi Infidelity,” launched four Top 40 hits, two No. 1 songs. After four decades of traveling the globe, performing every year, REO Speedwagon continues to tour. Some of the band’s hits throughout that time include “Keep on Loving You,” “Time for Me to Fly,” “Take It on the Run,” “Ridin' the Storm Out,” “Can't Fight this Feeling” and “Roll with the Changes.” Tickets go on sale, Friday at or can be obtained by calling (855) 849-3643 (TIX.ENID) or at the CNBC box office.




    ES)--Leona Mitchell Southern Heights Heritage Center and Museum is preparing for its 17th annual pow wow Oct. 7, seeking individual and corporate sponsors to underwrite the cost of the event and to make necessary repairs to the museum. The museum, at 616 Leona Mitchell, highlights the history and culture of Black Indians related to the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole tribes, and the historic African-American community in the Southern Heights area of Enid. Museum Executive Director Barbara Finley said the annual pow wow gives the public a chance to experience the culture of the Native American tribes, and their Black Indian members. Anyone interested in sponsoring pow wow activities or donating to the museum and heritage center can visit the group's website at, or call (580) 402-2524.




    PC)--Security National Bank of Enid, Park Avenue Thrift, Eagle Marketing and Chisholm Trail Expo Center are again joining forces to help raise funds for animals and animal-related causes in the Enid community. Now in its seventh year, Enid Paws 4 the Cause Dachshund Dash will be begin at 10:00 a.m. Oct. 21 at Chisholm Trail Expo Center. Registration for the event is underway. This year's race will benefit Furever Friends. Enid Paws 4 the Cause is a National Dachshund Foundation sanctioned event. This year's Dachshund Dash will be separated into three age groups of athletes to compete for the title of grand champion and reserve grand champion, which will qualify them for the national race in Finlay, Ohio. This year's race will include additional races for 'mixed-breed dachshunds' and those assisted by carts for disabilities. The grand champion and reserve grand champion of those races also will qualify for the national race in Finlay, Ohio. Owners can register their dachshund athletes at the Groom Closet, 2005 W. Chestnut. Additional information about the dash and registration can be found at




    RC)--Comedian country singer-songwriter Rodney Carrington is returning to Enid. Carrington will perform his "Here Comes the Truth Tour" live at the Central National Bank Center Nov. 10, 2017. He first performed in Enid in June 2015. He's recorded eight major label comedy albums, two of which have been certified gold. Carrington also has started his own record label, "Laughter's Good," and released two of his albums under it since 2014. Additionally, Carrington started a YouTube series in 2014 called "Bit By Bit," releasing new material on a weekly basis. Tickets are on sale at, 855-TIX.ENID or at the CNB Center's office, 301 S. Independence.












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