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KGWA Local News Wednesday 02.01.23

CF)--Area residents interested in public offices in the towns of Waukomis, North Enid, Kremlin, Lahoma and Covington can file declarations of candidacy beginning 8:00 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6, according to Garfield County Election Board. Declaration of candidacy forms must be completed and submitted to the county election board no later than 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8. The general election for those town seats is April 4. Offices up for election are three trustees and a clerk position in Covington; three trustees and a town clerk position in Lahoma; three trustees and a clerk/treasurer position in Waukomis; and three trustees and a clerk position in North Enid. Forms can be downloaded from the state election board website, oklahoma.gov/elections, or by contacting the Garfield County Election Board office at (580) 237-6016 or 903 Failing.


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SS)--Stillwater Police made an arrest after responding to the scene of a reported stabbing that happened around 5:30 Monday afternoon just south of the OSU campus. Officers said they arrived on scene and administered first aid to a victim of the stabbing, who was later transported to the hospital in critical condition. Police then said 25 year-old Tyler Tannenbaum from North Carolina, fled the area on foot prior to officer’s arrival, although he was later located and confronted by police. Following the use of a Taser officers said was used to subdue him, Tannenbaum was taken into custody without further incident. After the arrest Stillwater Police located a deceased dog with several stab wounds inside the residence where Tyler was at. Authorities said Tannenbaum was booked on complaints of assault with a dangerous weapon, animal cruelty and domestic assault and battery by strangulation.


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CF)--Plan on joining us Thursday morning at Wee Too for the Talk 100.9 KGWA Leadership and City Candidate Forum, sponsored by Culligan of Enid. The event, from 6:00 to 8:00 a.m., will feature candidates running for Mayor and two city commission seats on February 14. All of the candidates have been invited to participate and this will be a chance to hear from them ahead of the election. You can join us in person at Wee Too at 4th and Purdue, listen on KGWA or streamed live on Facebook. Hear from the candidates coming up Thursday morning.


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