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IA)—A Hunter man was hospitalized after being injured in a single-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon. 38 year-old Deven Cypret was transported to OU Medical Center in OKC where he was admitted in stable condition with head and other injuries. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Cypret, who was wearing his seatbelt, was northbound on 150th Street about 2 miles south of Hunter when his 1998 Chevy S-10 pickup hit a patch of ice and departed the road before striking a tree. The cause of the collision was listed as Too Fast for Roadway Conditions.  

 

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CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday. During their Study Session, commissioners are scheduled to discuss the Emergency Home Repair and Rental Rehabilitation Program. During the Regular Meeting, the commission will address a number of consent and other items. The Study Session will be held at 5:00 Tuesday afternoon, followed by the Regular Meeting. Both will be held in Council Chambers of the City Administration Building on West Garriott and will be open to the public.    

 

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DA)--A Billings man is facing three felony charges after he allegedly hit a juvenile with a pool cue until the cue broke. According to Enid News and Eagle, 21 year-old Gavin Stoll was charged last week with one count of child abuse, one count of domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and one count of domestic abuse assault and battery. A woman reported to Garfield County authorities on December 23, Stoll assaulted the juvenile at a residence in Garfield County with the pool cue and possibly kicked the victim. A Garfield County Sheriff’s Office deputy met and spoke with the woman and the victim at an Enid hospital. The deputy reported the victim had bruising and swelling on his face, consistent with being struck in the face. Later that day, Stoll was detained at his residence in Billings by a deputy with the Noble County Sheriff’s Office before being turned over to Garfield County authorities. Stoll was transported to Garfield County Detention Facility and booked without incident. His bond was set at $100,000.

 

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KC)--Local students are being encouraged to participate in this month’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration. High school students in Enid are being invited to write a letter to the late civil rights movement leader on how they think his famous “I Have a Dream” speech delivered in 1963 has affected the United States. The theme of this year’s celebration, “We Are America.” Students as young as pre-kindergarten age also can submit poems and posters for the holiday commission’s annual awards. Contest entries are due by 5:00 p.m. Jan. 7 to either the Enid High School library or the city administration building, at 401 W. Garriott. Letters should be typed and no longer than 500 words, while poems should be at least 10 lines long. Posters should be original, drawn by the child, no smaller than letter-sized and no larger than 18 by 24 inches. Student name, organization/school, teacher/sponsor and grade, as well as if a child is special needs should be taken into consideration, should be included on the back of the entry. Awards will be presented at the end of the holiday commission’s week of celebrating King’s birthday, during a ceremony Jan. 15 at Stride Bank Center. The long-held march in honor of King will begin at 1:30 p.m. outside Stride Bank Center, at 301 S. Independence. The program and dinner will begin inside at 2:00 p.m., with inspirational speakers, music and contest and diversity awards. Food will be provided by the event center. The event would be free and open to the public.

 

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CT)--The City of Enid offers several options for live-cut Christmas tree recycling. Residents can drop off their live-cut Christmas trees at the landfill, located at 1313 East Southgate Road, during normal business hours at no cost. All customers must have an active City of Enid utility bill. Also, residents can request a free bulk pick up of their live-cut Christmas tree by calling City of Enid Solid Waste Services at (580) 616-7300 or (580) 616-7301. Trees must be ten feet away from other objects. Please do not include any other trash or debris with the bulk pickup. [NOTE: The fee for bulk pickup for other items is $20 for the first truck.]. The trees will be recycled into mulch at the landfill. Mulch is free for all residents if loaded by the resident at the landfill. If City equipment is used, there is a $10 equipment fee. Christmas trees will be accepted at the landfill until the end of January 2022.

 

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GA)--Enid Regional Development Alliance will close its third round of micro-enterprise grants applications in February 2022. ERDA has several programs that support local entrepreneurial and economic growth. The programs are funded by the annual budget each fiscal year and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. In 2022, ERDA will award two $10,000 grants to two Enid businesses with six or fewer employees. Recipients can use the funds for any business expense necessary for the operation, management, formation or expansion of the company. Those interested in applying for the grant may turn in an application to the ERDA by 5:00 p.m. Feb. 4, 2022, by emailing it to trent@growenid.com or delivering it to the office at 2020 Willow Run, Suite 100. For more information and to download the application, visit www.growenid.com/local-incentives or contact Trent Misak at (580) 233-4232 or trent@growenid.com.

 

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