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DB)--Enid Police officials said two men have been arrested in connection to a pair of drive-by shootings after it was discovered a dash-cam recorded the crimes and the two suspects revisiting the sites of the shootings. 68 year-old Coral “Cory” Mae Baker and 62 year-old Christopher Robert Brown were arrested Wednesday on felony complaints of shooting into an occupied dwelling, conspiracy to commit a felony and malicious injury to property. No injuries were reported in either shooting, but damage was caused to two vehicles and some other property. The first incident was reported just after 11:35 p.m. Oct. 13, in the area of Sun Ridge Estates. The second was reported just after 12:10 a.m. Oct. 18, in the 300 block of East Cherry. Police said the shootings also were related to an incident of stalking reported to police Oct. 19.


A search warrant was served Tuesday afternoon at 802 W. Rush. A substantial amount of evidence related to the crimes was collected, including a firearm believed to be involved in at least one of the shootings. A dash-camera system also was discovered during the service of the search warrant. A second search warrant was obtained for the videos stored on the system. Videos included the commission of the shootings and the incident of stalking, as well as Baker and Brown conducting their own investigation into whether the drive-by shootings were done properly. The videos also showed Brown hired Baker to commit the shootings. Detectives believe the shootings were motivated by competition with Brown within the local construction field, those who had prior issues with Brown or personal issues with Brown. Based upon the video evidence in the case, police said further felony charges could be sought against the two. The case remains under investigation.


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OC)--Garfield County and much of the state remained in the orange, or moderate, Level 2 risk category for COVID-19 as designated by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. The county showed an increase in the number of average daily cases per 100,000 in population reported with 41.9 from Oct. 16 to Thursday as compared to 37.4 the prior week of Oct. 9-15. Shortly after the OSDH released the average, Enid Public Schools announced it would maintain its in-person instruction. Both Enid and Chisholm districts in Garfield County have stated if the average daily cases are more than 50 per 100,000 in a given week it will turn to distance learning. Seventy-five of Oklahoma's 77 counties were in the moderate risk according to this week’s report, with Noble County, east of Garfield, and Harmon County, in far southwest Oklahoma, falling into the yellow, or low, risk for COVID-19.


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CV)— Thirteen more virus-related deaths, including a Kingfisher County man aged 65 or older, and 1,373 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported in the state since Thursday, according to daily numbers released late this morning by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. A total of 113,856 Oklahomans have tested positive for COVID-19 and the total number of deaths increased to 1,234, with 956 Oklahomans currently hospitalized for treatment of the virus.


There have been 2310 positive COVID-19 cases, and 25 deaths in Garfield County. 2118 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 522 cases, Blaine County is at 197 cases, Major 160, Alfalfa 115, and Grant 84.


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*The total includes laboratory information provided to OSDH at the time of the report. Total counts may not reflect unique individuals. As of 2020-10-23 at 7:00 a.m.

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CT)--The International Chisholm Trail Association (ICTA) is inviting the public to “Zoom Up the Chisholm Trail” today, 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. today, 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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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. today. 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 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 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, 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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BS)--The Hospice Circle of Love Fall Book Sale will be Friday and Saturday at 314 South 3rd Street. Hardback books are $1.00 and paperbacks are .50 cents. The sale is one of the main fundraisers for the non-profit group.


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TT)--You can join My Country KOFM this Saturday at Oakwood Bowl’s annual Trunk or Treat candy giveaway. The event will take place on the Oakwood Bowl parking lot on West Garriott beginning at 6:00 p.m.


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AB)--The deadline is fast approaching for registered voters in Garfield County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the General Election and Lahoma Special Election. Garfield County Election Board Secretary Michael Frisbie said applications for absentee ballots must be received by the County Election Board no later than 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 27, to be processed in time for the election. For fastest response time, deliver your forms to the Election Board Office in person. Absentee voters may apply in person at the County Election Board office or may send their applications by mail, fax, or e-mail. For fastest response time, deliver your forms to the Election Board Office in person. An online version of the form may be filled out and submitted electronically at  Any registered voter eligible to vote in the election may vote by absentee ballot without stating a reason.




OC)—The local drive-in concert featuring contemporary Christian duo King&Country has been postponed. The concert, original scheduled for August 26, will now be in concert, 8:00 p.m. October 29th in the parking lot at Chisholm Trail Expo Center on the Garfield County Fairgrounds. Spectra Venue Management, Stride Bank Center and Chisholm Trail Expo Center are teaming up for the drive-in concert experience. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. and the concert will begin at 8:00. Ticket prices will be per vehicle, with a maximum of five people per vehicle, and are $160, $210 and $310. Parking will be general admission within the designated price levels. Tickets go on sale to the public 10 a.m. July 24 at, Stride Bank Center Box Office or at 855-TIX-ENID.



WR)--Enid's Wheels & Reels will be back later this month. Friday, October 30th Ghostbusters will be played on the big screen. Park your vehicle and enjoy a great film at an outdoor cinema theater. Enid's Wheels and Reels is a series of movies being played at Chisholm Trail Expo Center parking lot, where you are able to socially distance and enjoy a movie on the big screen. Tickets are $5 (plus taxes and fees) for adults and $4 (plus taxes and fees) for children 12 and under. Entrance gate is located right off Purdue. Gates open at 5:45 pm. Movie starts at 7:00 pm.



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