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J. Curtis Huckleberry

KGWA Local News


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IA)—An Enid man was hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision Monday. The collision occurred just before 3:30 Monday afternoon at the corner of Garland Road and Wheat Capitol Road, two miles south of Enid. 20 year old Sean Patrick Wittenberg of Enid was driving a pickup northbound on Garland when he failed to yield to a westbound pickup driven by 30 year old Jeremy Danile Cole of Waukomis.  Wittenberg was transported by Life EMS to Integris Bass Baptist Medical Center in Enid, and later transported to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City where he was admitted in stable condition for head trauma. Cole wasn't injured in the accident.

 

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SV)--A Kingfisher man was injured Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident in Noble County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol official said 20 year-old Blake Harris of Kingfisher, was driving a 2014 Dodge Charger east on State Highway 156 one mile west of Marland shortly before 2:00 p.m. Monday. According to the OHP report, Harris departed the roadway to the left, impacted the ditch and then continued approximately 28 feet before striking a tree. It was rainy at the time of the collision. Harris was wearing his seatbelt at the time. Harris was transported to Ponca City Medical Center and then Air Evaced on to Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, where he was admitted in serious condition with trunk and leg injuries. Harris' condition was listed as "apparently normal" and the cause of collision was listed as "apparently sleepy."

 

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NY)--Enid Public Schools students and teachers returned to the classroom today for the new school year. For more information about the start of school, including school supply lists, please visit www.enidpublicschools.org.

 

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma's Health Department is warning a judge that the public will be harmed if the state can't implement key rules on medical marijuana. The agency on Tuesday listed eight potential dangers to the public if the new rules aren't enforced. Dangers include selling contaminated food and drug products. The warning comes in response to a legal petition asking for an emergency injunction on more than 20 medical marijuana rules. The Board of Health adopted new guidelines Aug. 1 after rules hastily adopted last month came under harsh criticism. Petitioners say the new rules are still messy and restrictive.

Voters approved a state question in June that legalizes medical marijuana in the state. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority is scheduled to begin receiving and processing license applications Aug. 25.

 

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HW)--Northbound US 81 is narrowed to one lane between Flynn Rd. and Wood Rd. just south of Waukomis for utility line work by OG&E.  Oklahoma Department of Transportation officials say the work will continue daily through Friday. Use caution in the area south of Waukomis, and expect delays.

 

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LA)--Enrollment is open for Lincoln Adult Education Center’s Academic Improvement Classes. Students must be 18 or older to enroll, and limited seating is available. Lincoln offers FREE classes to help participants prepare for the new high school equivalency test, as well as to improve their academic skills. Students receive academic assessments to ensure proper placement with classes will be available in four core subjects: Math, English, Science and Social Studies. Lincoln also offers free English as a Second Language class. To enroll, either go to Lincoln at 600 West Elm or enroll by phone at 580-366-7200. You must enroll no later that September 5th.

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RT)--United Way of Enid & Northwest Oklahoma is selling raffle tickets to support its 2018-19 campaign, which in turn helps fund the 16 local United Way partner agencies. Raffle tickets are for chances to win a 2018 Traeger Pro Series 22 grill or a 2018 YETI Roadie 20 cooler, plus four tickets to an Oklahoma City Dodgers baseball game, two tickets to Frontier City amusement park in Oklahoma City and a round of golf for two with cart at Oakwood Country Club Golf Course. Tickets are $5 for the YETI package or $10 for the Traeger grill, and can be purchased through any United Way partner agency or by contacting United Way at (580) 237-0821. The drawings will take place at the 2018 United Way Pillar’s Club event, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Aug. 21 at Groendyke Lodge.

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RM)--Ronnie Milsap is coming to the CNB Center in Enid Sunday, Sept. 23. Milsap has used pop, rock and R&B elements in compiling 40 No. 1 country hits. Milsap’s sales accrued eight gold albums. His “Greatest Hits” made him one of the first acts in any genre to obtain double-platinum status. Tickets are $69, $49 and $39 and go on sale at 10:00 a.m. this Friday. Tickets can be purchased at the CNB Center box office, by phone at 855.TIX.ENID or online at CNBCenter.com.

 

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