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KGWA Local News Monday

WW)--Travel in Enid and the area is possible, but being strongly discouraged. Roads are snow packed and drifting has some stretches of roadways basically impassable. Unless you are in a 4 wheel drive high profile vehicle, don't attempt to drive into drifts. It's a dry, powdery snow, and you will get stuck very quickly. If you DO get stuck, don't leave your vehicle and try to walk for help. Call for assistance. Authorities are asking those who can to please stay home and off the roads. The other issue is the dangerously cold, sub-zero temperatures. There is a Wind Chill Warning through Tuesday morning and Winter Storm Watch Tuesday and Wednesday.


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SC)--Enid Public Schools will conduct virtual/remote learning Tuesday-Thursday. Then there is no school scheduled for students on Friday (for Parent/Teacher conferences). EPS Superintendent Darrell Floyd said with more snow predicted Tuesday afternoon/evening and wind chills well below freezing the rest of the week, it is looking like the safest thing to do is going to be for EPS to plan on conducting virtual/remote learning. Floyd said with sunshine and temperatures finally getting above freezing this weekend, and work by the district’s maintenance personnel they hope to be ready to have in-person school safely starting Monday February 22nd


The district has postponed tonight's school board meeting. The February school board meeting will be February 22 at 6:00 pm at the Administrative Services Center, 500 S. Independence.


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HF)--No one was injured Sunday morning when fire destroyed two homes in Pond Creek. Pond Creek Fire Chief Justin Bentley told Enid News and Eagle the resident of the first house escaped unharmed and went to the neighbor's across the street to get help. The fire in the first home caught a home next to it on fire. The residents of the second house were not at home. Both houses were a total loss. In addition to the fires, Bentley said fire crews were hampered by frozen fire hydrants. No cause for the fire has been determined. The Red Cross was contacted to provide assistance to both families.


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PS)--Garfield County Sheriff Cory Rink is advising residents to be aware of a scammer claiming to be a sergeant with the sheriff’s office and asking for money. “The sheriff’s office is not going to call you asking for money over the phone,” Rink said. “What this guy is doing — he’s trying to get people to go and purchase a money bank card. We are not going to ask anybody to go purchase those items and pay for warrants over the phone like that.” Rink said there are many different scams out there and that a lot of callers sound convincing. Rink said if anybody has questions or concerns about these scams, they can call the sheriff’s office at (580) 237-0244.


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