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KGWA Local News Thursday 03.02.23

IA)—A Cherokee man remains hospitalized after being injured Wednesday afternoon in a one-vehicle accident northwest of Hillsdale. 39 year-old Daniel W. Drew was air-lifted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City and admitted in stable condition with back injuries. Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said the accident happened just before 3:00 p.m. on State Highway 132 about 2 miles northwest of Hillsdale. According to the report, Drew was driving a 2013 Chevrolet Silverado pickup south Highway 132 when he went off the road, overcorrected and went into a broad slide, hitting a barbed wire fence and rolling into a field one and three-quarter times. Drew, who was wearing his seat belt, was pinned in his truck for about a half hour before being freed. Drew’s condition was listed as apparently normal on the report. The crash remains under investigation.



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PK)--Three juveniles were arrested at gunpoint by Enid Police officers at a local Sonic Tuesday after the teens were accused of stealing a vehicle. Police received a report at about 3:00 Tuesday afternoon of a stolen vehicle from behind a business in the 2100 block of West Garriott,. The EPD dispatcher contacted OnStar, which was able to locate the vehicle at the Sonic Drive-In in the 1500 block of East Garriott and locked the ignition. According to the report, officers arrived and ordered the vehicle's occupants to exit and took the three juveniles into custody. A 17-year-old boy was in the driver’s seat and was arrested on a complaint of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The others, a 15-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl, were arrested on complaints of joyriding. One of the 15-year-olds also was arrested on a complaint of knowingly concealing stolen property after items from the vehicle were found in the teen's possession.



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EV)--In-person absentee voting, more commonly referred to as early voting in Oklahoma, is now available to all registered voters for the March 7 special election. State Question 820, a proposed measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana for people 21 years old and older, will be voted on. For more information about SQ 820, visit From 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. today and Friday voters can go to Garfield County Election Board, 903 Failing, to cast their ballots. No excuse is needed to vote early by in-person absentee ballot, but voters must vote in the county in which they are registered. Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday. To view a sample ballot, visit



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SP)--An Enid man was sentenced earlier this week to 30 years in prison, with 20 years suspended, after pleading guilty to several charges. Enid News and Eagle reports 20 year-old Zayne Anthony Nafus pleaded guilty Monday, to counts of lewd or indecent proposals to a child under 12 years old, manufacturing juvenile pornography, possessing juvenile pornography and violating the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act. According to an affidavit filed in the case, two men contacted Enid Police Department in April 2022, with concerns of approximately 20 images discovered on Nafus’ cellphone. During an interview with EPD, Nafus reportedly admitted to taking the photos that had been reported, later admitting that he took the photos of a 4 year-old girl he had previously been arrested for molesting. In 2018, then-16-year-old Nafus was charged as a youthful offender with a single felony count of lewd molestation. The case was adjudicated in Sept. 2020, and Nafus received a deferred sentence of 25 years.



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LS)--The 2023 Northwest Oklahoma Junior District Livestock Show continues at the Coliseum at Chisholm Trail County Expo Center. The judged showing of animals will continue through Sunday. The show will wrap up with a premium sale on Monday. The ewe and lamb show will be today; the sow show will begin Friday; the barrow show will begin Saturday; with the gilt show on Sunday. Corporate sponsors of the show are Great Plains Bank, ADM Grain, Generator Supercenter, NextEra Energy, Edward Jones and Stride Ag Lending. Showmanship sponsors include Farm Credit of Enid, InterBank, Security National Bank and Groendyke Transport.



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ED)--Enid Day at the Capitol is set to take place from 8:30-11:00 a.m. on next Tuesday at the John D. Groendyke Wildlife Building, in the 1800 block of N. Lincoln Blvd. in Oklahoma City. The Groendyke building is named after Enid resident John D. Groendyke. The Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce and a number of sponsors host the annual event that has taken place since 2008, and is an opportunity for leaders of Enid to discuss areas of concern with state leaders. Those confirmed to be attending are city of Enid officials, local legislators Rep. Chad Caldwell, Rep. Mike Dobrinksi, Rep. Carl Newton, Rep. John Pfeiffer, Sen. Roland Pederson and Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell, as well as representatives from Enid Public Schools, Northwestern, NOC and Autry Technology Center and Leadership Greater Enid Class 32.


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NC)--County music stars Clay Walker and Tracy Lawrence are coming to Stride Bank Center on Friday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m. Both artists have sold millions of albums and produced a slew of hit songs and albums. To purchase tickets, go to or go to the office located on the second floor of Stride Bank Center. Tickets range from $39.00 up to $124.00 and are on sale.




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