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FC)--A tire blowout caused a fatality collision Sunday night at the intersection of Highway 74 and Highway 33 in Logan County that left three Enid people injured and an Edmond woman dead. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said just after 9:20, 36 year old Alfonso Herrera of Enid was driving northbound on 74 in a Chevy Silverado when the front tire blew out. The pickup went left of center and struck southbound Nissan Versa driven by 22 year old Summer Jimenez of Harrah. Herrera suffered minor injuries. His passengers, a 12 year old boy and 16 year old boy, both of Enid, were admitted in good condition to the OU Medical Center with external injuries. Jimenez was admitted in fair condition with internal injuries. Her passenger, 58 year old Virginia Hill of Edmond died of injuries sustained in the collision.

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  7a 

 

DS)--Enid Police Department detectives continue to investigate a drive-by shooting that occurred in the 1200 block of North 16th Street early Friday morning. No injuries were reported, but residences and a vehicle were struck by gunfire. Police officials said the reporting party told officers the shooting occurred around 3 a.m. Friday, but nothing was reported overnight. Officers and detectives responded to the area around 6:45 a.m. Detectives and EPD’s evidence technician processed the scene and found more than 10 rounds had been fired. EPD is asking residents in the area with video surveillance systems to check their recordings for any suspicious activity between 2:30 and 3:30 a.m. Friday and contact police if anything is found. Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact the department at (580) 242-7000, or remain anonymous by contacting Garfield County Crimestoppers.

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  9a 

 

GC)--Ground officially was broken for the new Robert M. Greer Center in Enid on Friday afternoon. A number of state and other leaders were present. Greer Center is the only privately operated, state-owned treatment facility in Oklahoma that exclusively serves adults who are dually diagnosed as having intellectual disability as well as mental illness. Though it’s intended to be a short-term treatment program to stabilize and reintegrate clients, the Greer Center also supports those who require longer-term care and treatment when needed. The facility opened in 1989 on the campus of the former Northern Oklahoma Resource Center of Enid. In 2019, DHS confirmed it had set aside $16million for the Greer Center, and a bill passed in May 2020 allotted $1 million for debt service for the construction project, which will replace the buildings located in the center that were built in the 1980s.

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  9a

 

CR)--A reception honoring Commissioners Ben Ezzell, Jonathan Waddell, David Mason, and Jeff Funk is slated for 5:30 p.m. on Thursday at the Stride Bank Center, Grand Ballroom. The come-and-go event is free to the public, beginning with social hour at 5:30 p.m. and continuing with recognition, presentations, and remarks at 6:00 p.m. The Ward 3, 4, and 6 commission seat terms all expire in May 2021.

                                                 --00—26  April  21  9a

 

RW)--Construction crews continue work today in downtown Enid, and there will be lane closures involved. Today they begin the relocation of a waterline along Randolph and Independence. The westbound outside lane of Randolph from Grand to Independence will be closed, and the southbound lane of Independence from Randolph to Maple will be closed. Parking along the lane closures will also be impacted during construction. The work is expected to last three weeks.

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  7a 

 

HW)--The City of Enid's Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the City of Enid Service Center located at 1500 W. Poplar Avenue.

 

The following list of materials will be accepted: Pharmaceuticals, Pesticides/Herbicides, Oil-Based Paints/Stains, Lawn Care Products, Pool Chemicals, Old Fuels, and Craft & Hobby Supplies

 

Materials not accepted: Commercial Waste, Ammunition/Explosives, Medical/Infectious Waste, Radioactive Waste, or Mixed Chemicals

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  7a 

 

TS)--The Spring Tri-State Music Festival activities are set for Wednesday through Friday. Concert Band, Jazz Band, Orchestra, Show Choir, Chorus and Drumline will take place, but because of the Covid-19 virus, the Honor Choir and Honor Band will not take place this year. The annual parade has been moved to October 2nd, to coincide with the field marching contest.

 

                                                 --00—26  April  21  7a 

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