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KGWA Local News Wednesday

SC)--Enid Public Schools will be virtual/remote learning Thursday and Friday as a result of the icy, slick conditions. All non-classroom activities have been cancelled for the remainder of the week. A number of other area school districts also have canceled classes and are conducting online instruction. Even colder weather and additional chances for snow are in the forecast for the weekend and early next week.


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The combination of the pandemic and the current icy conditions have resulted in a “Blood Emergency” for the Oklahoma Blood Institute. Alan spoke with Jessy Dershem about the critical need for donations.


                                          Jessy  :52  “ possible.”


No appointment is necessary.


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TV)--Voters in City of Enid Wards 3, 4 and 6 elected their commissioners Tuesday. Keith Siragusa, Whitney Roberts and Scott Orr will be joining the Enid City Commission during its first meeting in May. In Ward 3, Siragusa received 64% of the vote. In a three-way race in Ward 4, Roberts received 68% of the vote. And, in a three-way race in Ward 6, Orr received nearly 55% of the vote. Voter turnout was down, but over 1,000 people cast ballots in the three wards despite the slick, bitter cold conditions.


Also on Tuesday, Waukomis Public Schools patrons narrowly approved a nearly $7.4 million bond issue, the largest the district has ever proposed. The measure passed with 60.19% of the vote. School bond issues require a 60% super-majority to pass. If one yes vote cast had been a no vote, the issue would have fallen below the 60% required. The bulk of the bond issue, about 90%, will fund the construction of a new elementary school and adjoining cafeteria and kitchen. The remaining bond funds will be used for sports facility upgrades, upgraded safety equipment, and upgrades for the band.


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CN)—35 virus-related deaths, including a Covington man aged 65 or older, and 1,660 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the state since Tuesday, according to daily numbers released late this morning by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Officials said 23,657 cases are considered active in the state, with 930 people currently hospitalized in the state for treatment of the virus. The seven-day rolling average for new daily cases reported was 1,920.

COVID-19 Oklahoma Test Results






*Total Cumulative Negative Specimens to Date


*Total Cumulative Number of Specimens to Date


Acute Care OSDH Licensed Facility Hospitalizations


Other Types of Facilities Hospitalizations


Total Cumulative Hospitalizations


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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 2021-02-10 at 7:00 a.m.


There have been 7267 positive COVID-19 cases, and 64 deaths in Garfield County. 6417 of those cases and 58 deaths have been in Enid. In surrounding counties: Kingfisher County has reported 1909 cases, Alfalfa 1132, Blaine County is at 967 cases, Major 921, and Grant 517.


                                                 --00— 10  Feb  21  11a


LP)--The Enid Public Library invites veterans, military personnel, and their families to tell the story of our military by submitting photographs of tattoos and their accompanying stories and by loaning the display of other military-related artifacts. All collected items will be on display in the library lobby from March through the end of May, which is Military Appreciation Month. In particular, the library is looking for the stories behind military-related tattoos. If you would like to submit a story or loan other items, contact the library.


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VC)--The COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Oakwood Mall has pushed back its start times to 10:00 a.m. every day this week due to icy weather conditions and slick roadways in the Enid area. Those with vaccine appointments between 8:00-10:00 a.m. were told to expect phone calls to reschedule. Garfield County Health Department officials urged people not to call staff who are working to reschedule hundreds of appointments.


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VP)--The Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine scheduler portal is 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.




CP)--Enid Public Schools has postponed the Education Celebration sponsored by the Enid Public Schools Education Foundation scheduled for Wednesday due to unforeseen circumstances related to COVID-19. The event hosted annually to honor the district’s teachers and support professionals of the year will now be held on February 24 at the EHS gymnasium, located at 611 W. Wabash, at 5:00 p.m.




BH)--The Enid Public Library invites members of the public to a special poster exhibit, A Place for All People: Introducing the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The exhibit will be displayed throughout the month of February in celebration of Black History Month. The poster exhibition and related educational resources are an opportunity for the Enid Public Library to showcase its work in sharing the many stories of African American and African diaspora people and their contributions to the local community and the American story. Members of the public may visit for genealogy resources, for more history of African Americans in Oklahoma, and for reading lists by Black authors and creators. For more information about the Enid Public Library and their programs and resources, visit The Enid Public Library is located at 120 W Maine, Enid, OK 73701.




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