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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma revenue collections for calendar year 2020 declined by 3.8% as the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the state. State Treasurer Randy McDaniel said today the state collected nearly $13.2 billion in taxes and fees for the year, $520.9 million less than during calendar year 2019. “The state’s economy declined in 2020," McDaniel said in a statement. "Hopefully, we will see improvement in the months ahead as the (coronavirus) vaccine becomes widely available.” December collections of $1.16 billion were 0.4% below December 2019, but an improvement from the 2% decline in year-to-year numbers reported in November.


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RC)--The City of Enid held a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning for the new Enid Skate Park in the 100 block of North 5th Street. Special guest was Enid native and world renowned fiddler Kyle Dillingham, who not only is known for playing the fiddle, but is an avid skateboarder.


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CN)—31 more virus-related deaths and 5,232 new 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. The state health department said 76 counties, including Garfield, are in “orange” or “Moderate” risk level and Cimarron County is in the “yellow” or “Low” risk level. The health department said 37,453 cases are considered active in the state, with 1961 currently hospitalized for treatment of the virus.


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*The total includes laboratory information provided to OSDH at the time of the report. As a result, counts are subject to change. Total counts may not reflect unique individuals. Data Source: Acute Disease Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health. As of 2021-1-08 at 7:00 a.m.


There have been 5728 positive COVID-19 cases, and 46 deaths in Garfield County. 5058 of those cases and 43 deaths have been in Enid. In surrounding counties: Kingfisher County has reported 1533 cases, Alfalfa 977, Major 753, Blaine County is at 726 cases, and Grant 416.


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CV)--The Garfield County Health Department and area medical volunteers will hold a COVID-19 vaccination event at Stride Bank Center on Monday. It will be the third such event, and is designed to serve area residents 65 and older. According to a Health Department press release, COVID-19 vaccine distribution events will continue to be held weekly by appointment in Alfalfa, Blaine, Canadian, Garfield, Grant, Kingfisher, Logan and Major counties. These events are currently only open to first responders, health care workers and people 65 and older.


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VP)--The Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine scheduler portal is now available for pre-registration. The department launched the COVID-19 vaccine scheduler portal to notify Oklahomans when they’re eligible to receive the vaccine and provide more information on how to schedule an appointment. Oklahomans can visit this portal at, but appointment scheduling will not be available until Thursday. Health officials said currently only Oklahomans who are 65 and older, health care workers and/or first responders will be able to schedule appointments. As the state advances in its phased approach to vaccine distribution, the system will notify and allow individuals in additional priority groups and phases the opportunity to schedule their appointment.


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SD)--The pickup of debris resulting from the ice storm in late October will be ending January 15th.  Free drop off at the City landfill will discontinue at this time also. You should contact the city as soon as possible about any debris piles that have not been picked up. In addition, the city is looking at tree limbs that are broken but still connected creating a safety risk. Contact the city to report any safety concerns that require City removal.




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