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KGWA Local News Tuesday

SB)-- EPS Board of Education members on Monday night unanimously approved supplemental payments to district staff. Employees of Enid Public Schools will again receive one-time, $300 bonuses this month. Superintendent Darrell Floyd said the payment will make a nice Christmas gift to district staff. Similar to $300-maximum supplemental payments approved in July this year, the bonuses will be staggered by employment status. Full-time personnel will receive $300, half-time would get $150 and so on. A total $360,000 will be disbursed among the district’s over 1,100 employees. In other business Monday, ten new EPS employees approved by board members and 12 from November’s board meeting were all hired on support personnel contracts.

 

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FW)--The Enid Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a woman involved in a fraud committed in November. The woman used a stolen ID card to pick up medications at a local pharmacy for a woman on hospice care. Anyone with information about this woman is asked to either message EPD directly, call (580) 242-7000, or text 847411 and enter keyword EPDTIP. The case number is 2021-9828.

 

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MC)--43 children and their families will have a Merry Christmas thanks to the annual Christmas 9-1-1 event, involving several agencies. First responders took the kids on a shopping trip to Walmart, then to First Assembly of God to wrap the presents, so the children can give the gifts to their family. They had volunteers who helped wrap gifts. The wives of first responders, some of the staff from EPD Records Division, members of the Garfield County District Attorney’s Office, and dispatchers from EPD and the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office. In force were the Enid Police Department, Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, Garfield County K-9 Association, International Association of Firefighters Local 3722, Waukomis Police Department, Enid Fraternal order of Police, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Pioneer/Skeleton Fire Department, Waukomis Fire Department, Lahoma Fire Department, Drummond Fire Department, Hunter Fire Department, Hillsdale/Carrier Fire Department, Garber Fire Department, Miller EMS, LIFE EMS and the Office of Special Investigations at Vance Air Force Base.

 

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