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KGWA Local News Thursday

SC)--City of Enid officials have announced that storm damage clean-up will begin Monday, November 2nd. Residents can pile storm damage limbs at their residential curb side for pickup. Please stack the tree limbs near the curb away from fire hydrants, mailboxes, trash cans, and water meters to assist in the clean-up. To better manage the storm cleanup effort, Solid Waste officials are asking all residents to request a pickup of tree limbs and debris by Friday, November 6th or to discard them by utilizing the landfill. Residents can request a pickup of tree limb debris the following ways:

 

  • Online: Submit a Request at: www.SeeClickFix.com; Choose “Tree Debris Pickup”
  • SeeClickFix Smartphone App: Choose “Tree Debris Pickup”
  • Phone: Call (580)-616-7300 or (580)-616-7301

For those residents who wish to take their limbs to the landfill, please bring your last utility bill with the utility account number. City officials are asking all residents to be patient during this extensive cleanup project as it will take crews several weeks to remove all debris.

 

                                                 --00—29 Oct  20  8a

 

IS)—Thousands of OG&E customers in Enid and statewide remain without power, but OG&E officials said around the clock restoration efforts are bringing customers back online and will continue until power is fully restored. The other major cleanup will be the thousands of tree limbs, big and small, that are down as a result of the heavy ice load. A number of the limbs are on or near streets and roadways so be careful as you drive. Officials said it will take a number of days to get things cleaned up with the City of Enid’s curbside pickup efforts beginning Monday.

 

                                                 --00—29 Oct  20  7a

 

CN)--City of Enid officials announced the King&Country concert in the Chisholm Trail Expo Center parking lot will prompt a temporary road closure this afternoon and evening. Washington from Purdue to the farthest southwest entrance into the Chisolm Trail Expo Center will be blocked from 3:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Drivers should be careful in the area and drive with extreme caution. 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 are on sale stridebankcenter.com, Stride Bank Center Box Office or at 855-TIX-ENID.

 

                                                 --00—29 Oct  20  8a

 

BD)--The Oklahoma Blood Institute is now at a state of emergency, with less than a one day blood supply on their shelves. The donor center at 301 E. Cherokee is open 8:00am-6:00pm through Friday and 8:00am-Noon on Saturday. Donors also can give blood at the following mobile drives:

 

Thursday, 10/29 Bloodmobiles at US Gypsum in Southard from 10:00am-4:00pm.

 

Friday, 10/20 Vance Air Force Base, at the CCAC Center on Base from 10:00am-5:00pm.

 

Saturday, 10/31 Bloodmobile in Medford at the Civic Center from 9:00am-1:00pm

 

                                                 --00—29 Oct  20  8a

 

WR)--Enid's Wheels & Reels will be Friday. 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.

 

 

                                                 --00—28 Oct  20  9a

 

HL)--Leonardo's Children's Museum will present its first ever HallowLeo's, a family focused Halloween celebration, this year. The event will be indoors at Leonardo's, noon to 7:00 p.m. Saturday. Members will get in free, and non-members will pay regular admission. One exhibit available will be the special "Skins and Skulls" exhibit in conjunction with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Another special activity will be wooden pumpkins. Leonardo's also will offer costume parades, family fun packs available to win, and all children will receive a gift before leaving the event. Also on Oct. 31, will be the last chance to participate in the Community Artwork project.

 

                                                 --00—28 Oct  20  9a

 

DS)—Daylight Saving Time ends at 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning, so be sure to turn your clocks back one hour before going to bed Saturday night.

 

 

                                                 --00—28 Oct  20  2p

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