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KGWA Local News Thursday

FD)--The Cherokee Strip Community Foundation Board of Trustees has distributed more than $90,000 in grants from the Field of Interest Funds. The grant funds come from the Ralph & Win Goley Nutrition Fund and the Sisters of Mercy Field of Interest Fund. This year, the board also approved some undesignated funds to be used specifically for nonprofits to upgrade their technology needs. Each year, the Foundation Grant Selection Committee reviews a number of submissions, and this year, the committee selected 18 nonprofits that serve residents of Northwest Oklahoma to receive grants. The grants totaled $90,624.29. Each grant project is unique and will benefit a number of residents in Enid and Northwest Oklahoma. Cherokee Strip Community Foundation welcomes proposals from any nonprofit organizations that benefit residents in Northwest Oklahoma. The foundation will consider funding for special projects, innovative programs and equipment. Most grants range from $1,000 to $10,000. Larger grant requests could be made on occasion. The grant deadline is in early fall each year. Grant guidelines and application forms are on the CSCF website at www.cher okeestripcf.com.



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IA)--An Oklahoma City man was injured in a single-vehicle accident resulting from strong wind gusts Wednesday afternoon in Major County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said 41 year-old Joshua Adam Owens was transported to Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid following the crash. He was admitted in stable condition with head, trunk and leg injuries. According to the report, Owens was eastbound on US 412 just east of the US 281 junction when his 2015 Volvo semi truck was hit by a strong crosswind causing the truck to overturn coming to rest on the driver’s side. Owens was pinned in the vehicle for about 90 minutes before being freed by the Fairview Fire Department.



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