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ER)--While we still await the final results for President, Oklahoma's statewide races have been determined. United States Senator Jim Inhofe retained his position in the election Tuesday. US 3rd District Representative Frank Lucas also won re-election. GOP challenger Stephanie Bice defeated Kendra Horn for the 5th District Congressional seat. That means Oklahoma’s Congressional delegation is all republicans. Oklahoma voters also rejected two state questions on the ballot Tuesday, one aimed at reducing the state's incarceration rate and another that would have diverted some tobacco settlement funds to help pay for Medicaid expansion.


In Lahoma, voters approved two propositions. They decided to make the treasures position an appointed one, and voted for a half cent excise tax for improvements on town buildings and facilities.


In Grant County, voters approved to continue a quarter cent sales tax for the upkeep of the Grant County Fairgrounds.


In Blaine County, voters selected Travis Daugherty as sheriff.


Kingfisher County voters approved continuing a half cent sales tax to fund rural fire departments, libraries, roads, the sheriff's office, and fairgrounds upkeep. Voters in Kingfisher County voted down a sales tax for capital improvements


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TD)--After a tour of Enid, contractors have estimated 50,000 tons of tree limbs and debris will need to be disposed of. The city of Enid expects to spend about half a million dollars cleaning up tree limb damage from last week’s ice storm. Enid City Manager Jerald Gilbert said he is confident the president would declare a disaster emergency for the state of Oklahoma, which will allow FEMA to reimburse cities such as Enid up to 75% of cleanup costs. City officials say progress has been made in the removal of some storm debris, however, much work remains throughout the city. 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. For those residents that wish to request for a pickup of tree limbs and debris from their residence, please utilize the following options:


*Online: Submit a Request at:; Choose “Tree Debris Pickup”

*SeeClickFix Smartphone App: Choose “Tree Debris Pickup”

*Phone: Call (580)-616-7300 or (580)-616-7301


 If you would like to immediately dispose of debris and tree limbs, you can take them to the landfill on East Southgate, South Government Springs Park Drop site at 1202 South 10th, or the Service Center Drop Site in the 1500 block of West Chestnut. 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.


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CC)--The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners Tuesday night approved a number of routine business items. In other business, the commission also voted to set Feb. 9, 2021, as the election date for commissioners of Wards 3, 4 and 6, with run-off voting on April 6. The filing period begins at 8:00 a.m. Dec. 7 and concludes at 5:00 p.m. Dec. 9. Candidates must be a registered voter, at least 25 years of age, a bona fide resident of the ward at the time of filing for office and have been a resident of the city of Enid for the two years preceding the election. The Regular Meeting will be at 6:30 in Council Chambers. Both meetings are open to the public.


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CV)—Seventeen more virus-related deaths and 1,246 new confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Tuesday, according to daily numbers released late this morning by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. The health department said 15,927 cases are considered active in the state, with 1026 Oklahomans hospitalized for treatment of the virus. A total of 127,772 Oklahomans have tested positive for COVID-19 and the total number of deaths stands at 1,392. So far, 110,453 Oklahomans have recovered from the virus with 1,219 more cases considered recovered since Tuesday.


There have been 2599 positive COVID-19 cases, and 29 deaths in Garfield County. 2359 of those cases and all 29 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 608 cases, Blaine County is at 231 cases, Major 215, Alfalfa 140, and Grant 121.


COVID-19 Oklahoma Test Results





*Total Cumulative Negative Specimens to Date


*Total Cumulative Number of Specimens to Date


*Currently Hospitalized


Total Cumulative Hospitalizations


Identified Deaths in the Past 24 hours


Total Cumulative Deaths



*The total includes laboratory information provided to OSDH at the time of the report. Total counts may not reflect unique individuals. Data Source: Acute Disease Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health. As of 2020-11-04 at 7:00 a.m.

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WL)--Water will be shut off in several areas Thursday while connections are made to a new water line. According to the city of Enid, water will be shut off 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at:


• 15th from Maple to Randolph.

• 13th from Elm to Randolph

• Maple from Davis to 16.

• Elm from 12th to 16th.


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