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CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet today to continue their review of the city’s proposed budget for FY 2022-2023. During today’s meeting commissioners will review the proposed budgets for the city’s capital projects. The commission is scheduled to approve the final budget for next fiscal year at next Tuesday’s regular commission meeting. Today’s meeting will be at 5:00 in Council Chambers of the City administration Building on West Garriott, and is open to the public

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BT)--An Enid man was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Monday, with 15 suspended, on multiple charges, including first-degree rape, across three separately filed felony and misdemeanor cases. 24 year-old Christian Jade Wyman pleaded guilty to counts of first-degree rape, possession of child pornography, failure to register as a sex offender, possession of a firearm after former felony conviction and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Wyman was arrested in June 2021, regarding a sexual relationship with 14-year-old girl. When interviewed by police, Wyman reportedly admitted to having occasionally stayed at the girl and mother’s residence in the 2700 block of East Eucalyptus and to having sex with the girl. Additionally, Wyman had nude images of the girl on his phone. Police also found illegal narcotics on Wyman at the time of his arrest, and a modified firearm was found at his residence. The girl’s mother, unnamed to protect the girl’s identity, was charged with enabling child sexual abuse, entered an Alford plea on an amended charge of child neglect and sentenced to 10 years with the Department of Corrections.

 

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SP)--An Enid man will serve 18 years in prison after pleading guilty on Monday to charges of rape and using technology to solicit a minor. Enid News and Eagle reports, 31 year-old Ival Ray Coleman was sentenced to 43 years, with 25 suspended, on both an amended charge of second-degree rape and a charge of soliciting sexual conduct or communication with a minor by use of technology. Coleman reportedly admitted have sex with the girl in February of 2021 after the two met on Snapchat. Upon release, Coleman is subject to the special conditions and rules for sex offenders.

 

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AT)--About 150 Enid area high school students and adults officially indicated their intention to attend Autry Technology Center next fall during Wednesday’s annual signing day ceremony. Those attending were greeted and assisted through the signing process by Autry administrators and instructors. After signing, many of the students then headed off to tour the building and campus and meet their future program instructors.

  

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FD)--Local letter carriers will conduct their annual food drive this Saturday. Letter carriers will collect non-perishable food donations as they deliver mail along their postal routes. In Enid, your donations go directly to Loaves & Fishes NWOK. Leave a sturdy bag containing non-perishable foods next to your mailbox before the regular mail delivery on Saturday. Suggested items to donate are canned veggies, fruit, soup, and beans. Along with cereal, baby foods, crackers, mac and cheese, and Knorr rice. They are unable to accept glass, expired food, or handmade items. In addition to donations of food and household/hygiene items, people can make financial donations. Please make checks out to “Loaves & Fishes” and write “Letter Carrier FD” on the memo line. Checks should be placed in the donation bag and placed in the mailbox.

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RC)--You can get your pets vaccinated and licensed for $10 during the annual city of Enid pet clinic from noon to 5:00 p.m. Sunday at Chisholm Trail Expo Center. The clinic is open to the public and will include pet vaccinations for rabies and issuance of pet licenses as required by local ordinance. Those with pets that have already been vaccinated can pay $2 for a city license only. The event also is open to pet owners outside of Enid.

 

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