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CP)--A Vance Air Force Base instructor pilot was arrested by Edmond police last week months after allegedly attempting to look up a minor’s skirt with his phone. reports the incident took place in an Edmond Target. A mother called 911 as she followed Major Gary Meyer toward the exit of the store. The woman told dispatch she saw a man trying to film under her 14 year-old daughter’s skirt. Police soon arrived on scene stopping Meyer outside of Target.  According to the report, Edmond Police didn’t initially find any photos or videos on his phone. That is, until an officer noticed an app that appeared to be a calculator. Officers believe it was a hidden photo album app. A further investigation into Meyer soon led to more information. Investigators reportedly were able to locate some hits to child pornography websites on his home computer as well as sites referencing photos of underage girls. Formal charges are pending.  Terri Schaefer, chief of public affairs at Vance Air Force Base, said Meyer was removed from the flight schedule at Vance when he was taken into custody on Oct. 16. Schaefer said the incident is being handled entirely by civil authorities, and at this time there are no military court proceedings against Meyer.

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CV)— Eighteen more virus-related deaths, including two Garfield County women and 1,475 new confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Monday, according to daily numbers released late this morning by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. One of the Garfield County women was in the 50-64 age group, the other in the 65 or older age group. A total of 109,548 Oklahomans have tested positive for COVID-19 and the total number of deaths increased to 1,191. 821 Oklahomans are currently in the hospital for treatment of the virus. So far, 93,698 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus with 1,331 more cases considered recovered since Monday.


There have been 2266 positive COVID-19 cases, and 25 deaths in Garfield County. 2082 of those cases and all 25 deaths have been in Enid. Currently, Garfield County is in a "moderate risk" or Orange Level 2 category as defined by the OSDH. In surrounding counties: Kingfisher County has reported 495 cases, Blaine County is at 194 cases, Major 146, Alfalfa 112, and Grant 79.


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CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet tonight. During their Study Session the commissioners are scheduled to discuss or hear updates about the Streets Program, the Skate Park, the Ames waterline break, and the Elevate Enid committees. Then during their meeting, commissioners are scheduled to discuss and consider approving a one-year renewal of the Administrative Services Agreement between the City of Enid and Blue Cross/Blue Shield for administration of the City’s self-funded employees’ health insurance and other plans. In other business, the commission is expected to approve the purchase of 12 new Ford Explorers for the Enid Police Department, and a number of other contracts for goods or services. Tuesday’s Study Session will begin at 5:00 p.m., followed by the Regular Meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Stride Bank Center Convention Hall. Both meetings are open to the public.


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WJ)--For more than 45 years, Willa Jo Fowler has served on the Enid Board of Education. On Monday night, the district thanked her for her service as she served her last board meeting. Fowler resigned from the board due to moving out of the district. Fowler began her tenure with the board in 1975 and has served with six different superintendents. She has seen the completion of several successful bond programs as well as the successful implementation of numerous construction projects across the district, including ensuring that every school has an appropriate gymnasium. Fowler, who has been a leading advocate for early childhood education not only in Enid, but statewide and nationally as well, said that you will never go wrong if you always base your decisions on what is best for students.”


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LF)--Loaves & Fishes of Northwest Oklahoma is asking the community to help celebrate its 8th birthday by bringing food donations to the Food Drive Birthday Parade, 3:00-6:00 p.m. Friday. The drive-through food drive will accept food donations at Loaves & Fishes, 701 E. Maine. Katie Long, director of operations at Loaves & Fishes, said the birthday celebration will help the food resource center meet a boom in demand that continues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Loaves and Fishes currently is serving as many as 300 households per week. In September 2019 Loaves & Fishes served 663 households. Last month, that number was up to 905. For the safety of donors and volunteers, donors are asked to not exit their vehicles during the Food Drive Birthday Parade. Loaves & Fishes is asking especially for the following food items: canned cranberry sauce, canned peaches, canned pears, canned green beans, canned peas, boxes of stuffing or dressing, instant mashed potatoes and rice. For more information on supporting Loaves & Fishes, visit


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CT)--The International Chisholm Trail Association (ICTA) is inviting the public to “Zoom Up the Chisholm Trail” Friday, during a full-day virtual conference on the history and heritage of the historic cattle trail. “Zooming Up the Chisholm Trail” will be presented 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Friday, via the Zoom online platform. During this day-long event, attendees will “hear about some of the perhaps lesser-known history about the Chisholm Trail.” Registration fee for the online event is $25, which includes 2021 membership dues for ICTA. A video recording of the entire conference also will be archived for viewing later, for members who register. Learn more about the conference and register at the organization’s website,


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