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J. Curtis has been providing dependable local news to Talk 100.9 KGWA since the mid 1980's!

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KGWA Local News Friday

CN)--Congratulations to our friend and colleague Clayton Nolen. A retired educator, church leader, civic volunteer and longtime host of The Clayton Nolen Gospel Show on KGWA and KOFM, Nolen was awarded 2021 Pillar of the Plains on Thursday evening at Stride Bank Center. Nolen was one of three honorees re...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

CC)— The Enid City Commission Wednesday night approved an agreement with Jim Dill of Vector Properties to recruit a department store to The District at Cleveland and Garriott. The agreement will allow Vector Properties to take the next steps to execute a Letter of Intent with a department store. Th...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet today in Special Meeting. Commissioners are scheduled to meet in executive session to discuss ...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

SB)--Enid Public Schools Board members Monday night approved cutting in half the time students and staff should isolate if positive for COVID-19. Board members unanimously approved amending the district’s COVID procedures and recommendations, following recommendations from Oklahoma State Department of Health. EPS ...
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KGWA Local News Monday

DB)--Enid Police have identified a man who was found dead on Northern Oklahoma College's Enid campus on Sunday. Officials say they do not believe, at this time, that foul play was involved. Enid Police officers responded to report of a man lying on the ground on the northeast corner of University and...
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KGWA Local News Friday

TO)--The One featuring the “Christ Tree”, concluded its inaugural year Thursday with a Closing Ceremony at the Stride Bank Center. The Ceremony began with music from world-renowned fiddler, and Enid native, Kyle Dillingham. There were several speakers. Nicole Winfield, project manager for The One, began by t...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

TO)--The Closing Ceremony for “The One” featuring the Christ Tree, will be this evening in the Grand Ballroom of the Stride Bank Center beginning at 5:00. The Ceremony will begin with music from world-renowned fiddler, and Enid native, Kyle Dillingham. There will be several speakers making brief comments, an...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

WC)--National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for Enid and most of Northwest Oklahoma for 3:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Thursday. Wind chill values of minus 10 could be expected, according to NWS. The advisory area includes Garfield, Grant, Alfalfa, Major, Woods, Woodward and Blaine counties. The cold wind ch...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

TO)--The Closing ceremony for “The One” featuring the Christ Tree, will be Thursday in the Grand Ballroom of the stride Bank Center beginning at 5:00 p.m. The Ceremony will begin with music from world-renowned fiddler, and Enid native, Kyle Dillingham and his band. There will be several speak...
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KGWA Local News Monday

IA)—A Hunter man was hospitalized after being injured in a single-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon. 38 year-old Deven Cypret was transported to OU Medical Center in OKC where he was admitted in stable condition with head and other injuries. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Cypret, w...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

WN)--Oklahoma gained 9,516 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past week, according to Oklahoma State Department of Health on Wednesday. According to OSDH’s Situation Update, the weekly increase included 765 from Wednesday. There are 14,661 active cases currently in Oklahoma. 79 COVID-19-related ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

NS)--Youth & Family Services of North Central Oklahoma still is in need of donations for its youth shelter campaign. Tree Kelley, interim executive director of YFS, said the nonprofit relies on the annual Nights of Shelter campaign to help take care of the youth in the shelter. As of Tuesday, YF...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

Due to a loss of a satellite receiver KGWA could be off air at times during the evening and overnight this week. Daytime programming should not be affected. We appreciate you listening and apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.   WW)--Cold winter weather is expected...
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KGWA Local News Monday

Due to a loss of a satellite receiver KGWA will be off air at times during the evening and overnight this week. Daytime programming should not be effected. We appreciate you listening and apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.   ...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

CN)— State Health Department officials reported Wednesday that Oklahoma  gained 6,703 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases since December 16th. There are 12,334 active cases, an increase of 286 since last Wednesday....
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

CC)--The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners Tuesday night voted to  apply for a loan to fund replacing the aging waterline that goes through Enid’s Southern Heights neighborhood. The city will now move forward with applying for a loan of up to $4 million with an immediate 25% forgiveness fr...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

CC)--The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet in Study Session and Regular Meeting this evening. The city plans to apply for a loan to fund replacing the aging waterline that goes through Enid’s Southern Heights neighborhood. City commissioners will consider going forward with applying f...
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KGWA Local News Monday

CC)--The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet in Study Session and Regular Meeting on Tuesday. The city plans to apply for a loan to fund replacing the aging waterline that goes through Enid’s Southern Heights neighborhood. City commissioners on Tuesday will consider going forward with a...
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KGWA Local News Friday

GH)--The City of Enid’s email system recently experienced a phishing attack. The City’s Information Technology department, along with outside cyber security forensics are investigating the breach. The City is advising the public that they should NOT click on any links from emails originating ...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

FD)--The Cherokee Strip Community Foundation Board of Trustees has distributed more than $90,000 in grants from the Field of Interest Funds. The grant funds come from the Ralph & Win Goley Nutrition Fund and the Sisters of Mercy Field of Interest Fund. This year, the board also approved some undesign...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

WD)--Strong winds, with gusts up to 60 mph, earlier today damaged the “Holidays on Ice” skating rink, as well a number of the smaller trees and lighting displays associated with The One. As a result the skating rink has been closed and all activities with The One have been cancelled for tonig...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

SB)-- EPS Board of Education members on Monday night unanimously approved supplemental payments to district staff. Employees of Enid Public Schools will again receive one-time, $300 bonuses this month. Superintendent Darrell Floyd said the payment will make a nice Christmas gift to district staff. Simila...
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KGWA Local News Monday

SW)--Strong winds Friday evening caused some damage in Enid, especially in western parts of town. Strong northwest winds, with gusts up to 50 mph, blew through with a strong front that dropped local temperatures nearly 30 degrees. The damage included homes and businesses. The winds blew trailers at Tract...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

CH)--There will be a hearing today in Osage County dealing with an ongoing eminent domain dispute between an Osage County landowner and the City of Enid regarding the Kaw Lake Water Pipeline project. Enid News and Eagle reports the landowner, Dr. James Merrifield on Ponca City, disputes the City of Enid ...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

RI)--The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has approved a settlement agreement which will result in an estimated rate increase of 34 cents in the monthly bill of an average residential Oklahoma Natural Gas (ONG) customer. Residential ONG customers who use more than 5,000 dekatherms will see a monthly incre...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

CH)--There will be a hearing Thursday in Osage County dealing with an ongoing eminent domain dispute between an Osage County landowner and the City of Enid regarding the Kaw Lake Water Pipeline project. Enid News and Eagle reports the landowner, Dr. James Merrifield on Ponca City, disputes the City of En...
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KGWA Local News Monday

FN)--Tens of thousands made their way to downtown Enid Friday night for the lighting ceremony of the 140-foot, live Christmas tree as part of the 28th annual Enid Lights Up the Plains. The lighting of the Christ Tree, the world’s largest fresh-cut Christmas tree, marked the official start of “The One”,...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

TM)--For those locally seeking a meal and some fellowship on Thanksgiving there will be several opportunities on Thursday. Our Daily Bread located in the 600 block of West Randolph will open at 9:30 Thursday morning. A Thanksgiving meal will be served beginning at 10:30. The drive-thru located on the north side of the b...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

TB)--The Enid Public Transportation Authority (EPTA) is looking for a new general manager. Mary Beth Williams will serve her final day as director on Wednesday after five years in the position. Williams is leaving to take a job in Oklahoma City. November 30 is the deadline for EPTA general manager applications, which ar...
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KGWA Local News Monday

HF)—No one was injured when a fire destroyed a local vacant house that was being renovated. Firefighters responded to 2002 East Oak just after noon Saturday. Fire and smoke heavily damaged the entire structure. Fire officials said the cause of the fire remains under investigation.   ...
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KGWA Local News Friday

IR)—The “Holidays on Ice” ice skating rink in Stride Bank Center’s south parking lot in downtown will open at noon Saturday. Main Street Executive director Natalie Beurlot said, “Due to high winds, we were unable to build ice safe enough for the public to sk...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

PC)—The Three Dog Night concert scheduled for Friday at Stride Bank Center in downtown Enid has been postponed. The show has been moved to Friday, January 28th, 2022. All tickets will be honored for the new date, or refunds may be obtained at the point of purchase for the next 30 days. For any questions...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

GI)--Comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias will perform at Stride Bank Center on Saturday, March 26th. The appearance is part of his all-new 2022 Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias Back On Tour.” Tickets can be purchased at Stridebankcenter.com starting at 10:00 a.m. Friday with prices begin...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

AR)—The Enid Police Department is seeking a suspect after officers and detectives responded to a call of an armed robbery just after 12:15 this afternoon at Check Into Cash, 2119 W. Garriott. The clerk said white male entered the business, brandished a gun and demanded all the cash...
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KGWA Local News Monday

Vance Air Force Base officials suspended inbound traffic at 3:45 Monday afternoon due to a bomb threat. "At this time the threat is being treated as a credible threat until proven otherwise," the base posted on its Facebook page. "Vance emergency personnel were mobilized to protect public ...
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KGWA Local News Friday

DK)--United Way of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma is inviting the community to participate in its annual Day of Kindness today. United Way has been observing this day to promote random acts of kindness in the area since 2015. Various groups in the Northwest Oklahoma area are planning acts of kindness throughout the day, in...
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KGWA Local News Thursday

VD)--In observance of the Veterans Day holiday, the City of Enid administration offices, Enid Animal Welfare, Enid Public Library, and the Recycle Center will be closed today. In addition, the Enid Public Transportation Authority (EPTA) will not be operating on Thursday...
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KGWA Local News Wednesday

GB)--The city of Enid broke ground Tuesday on the treatment plant for the Kaw Lake Water Pipeline project. When completed, the Kaw Lake project, the largest capital project in the city’s history, will provide the residents of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma with 10.5 million gallons of water a day from...
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KGWA Local News Tuesday

GB)--The city of Enid will break ground this morning on the treatment plant for the Kaw Lake Water Pipeline project. When completed, the Kaw Lake project, the largest capital project in the city’s history, will provide the residents of Enid and Northwest Oklahoma with 10.5 million gallons of water ...
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KGWA Local News Monday

MS)--Hundreds of people attended the annual Oklahoma Mennonite Relief Sale over the weekend at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center. The 44th annual event, featured handcrafted goods, a variety of foods and items up for auction, all to raise funds for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) global relief, developmen...
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