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KGWA Local News Wednesday

BF)--The Oklahoma Supreme Court has suspended an Enid attorney who’d pleaded guilty to domestic abuse from practicing law for another year. Robert Faulk was initially suspended from practicing law for one year after pleading guilty in September 2020 to a felony count of domestic abuse-prior pattern of physical abuse and a misdemeanor count of domestic abuse. He received a two-year deferred sentence on the felony count, supervised by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, and a one-year suspended sentence on the misdemeanor count, to run consecutively with the felony count. In addition, Faulk also has been ordered to pay costs totaling nearly $2800.


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CV)— Seventy-six virus-related deaths and 1,500 newly 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. Currently, 11,959 Oklahomans are considered active cases in the state, with 1,045 people hospitalized in Oklahoma for treatment of the virus.


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There have been 9505 positive COVID-19 cases, and 151 deaths in Garfield County. 8429 of those cases and 140 deaths have been in Enid. In surrounding counties: Kingfisher County has reported 2507 cases, Blaine County is at 1446 cases, Alfalfa 1264, Major 1167, and Grant 684.


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BG)--Alabaster Caverns State Park’s traveling bat exhibit, the Echolocation Grotto, will be on display during First Friday activities at the Public Library of Enid and Garfield County. Park staff will lead participants through the exhibit and educate them about bats from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the library alleyway Friday. The grotto includes interactive learning from hands-on games and displays to audio and video programming. The library also will have bat-related crafts, as well as giant games on the lawn. More information about the event and other library activities can be found at


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SW)--The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host a Suicide awareness and prevention walk during First Friday Oct. 1 in downtown Enid. Registration for the Out of the Darkness walk is at 5:30 p.m., and the walk will begin at 6:30 at the Garfield County Court House lawn. Mental health resources will be available on-site, including a few therapists and the Red Cross, as well as information about the AFSP. Organizers have set a goal of raising $5,000, and as of Saturday, $450 had been raised. There is no charge to register or walk in the event, but those who raise at least $150 will receive an Out of the Darkness walk T-shirt. There will be a silent auction and a memory quilt will be on display, as well.


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TS)--The Tri-State Music Festival will hold two events is this Saturday with the rescheduled parade and field marching contest. The Tri-State Music Festival Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. downtown. Bands from nine Northern Oklahoma middle schools and high schools as far as Laverne and Ponca City will march in the parade. The annual parade is being held in the fall for the first time in the festival’s 87 years, at the same time as the regular field marching band competition. Then at 1:30, bands will compete in the marching contest at Selby Stadium.



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