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KGWA Local News Thursday 03.16.23

HD)--KGWA’s sister station 103.1 KOFM recently made the change to High Definition Radio, known as HD Radio. The change includes a brand new state-of-the-art digital transmitter. KOFM is now available on the HD1 Band for radios equipped with HD. “We are so excited to have the opportunity to serve our community with this new technology that will carry KOFM well into the next decade,” said Kyle Williams, station owner. “Being HD gives our audience a much better listening experience,” said Operations Manager Alan Clepper. “They’ll be able to hear sounds that traditional FM radio just can’t deliver. It’s like someone peeling the cellophane from new speakers.” “The advantages of going to digital HD are numerous,” said General Manager Bob Villones. “In addition to the HD listener, our traditional FM listeners will notice a significant improvement to the sound of KOFM.” Villones said with the new platform, they’ll be able to add more stations on the same frequency as KOFM, HD2, 3 and 4. By end of year, they hope to have three more HD Stations on the air, including KGWA’s programming. KOFM/KGWA are operated by Williams Media Group, a subsidiary of William Capitol.


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MW)--The Public Library of Enid and Garfield County will host a Making Sense of Medicare workshop this afternoon at 5:30.  Do Medicare TV commercials leave you wary or confused? Join the Enid Public Library for an informative Medicare workshop led by Greg Dellinger of Priority Medicare Solutions. Dellinger will provide information on understanding Medicare, making wise Medicare decisions, Medicare enrollment, and more. This class is for adults and seniors. For more information about this event and others, visit the library’s website at


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SK)--The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation issued a warning to parents about predators targeting children on social media and video games. Anywhere a child can find a game online, there is a potential of a predator using the same app, according to the OSBI. Predators usually target a child by starting a conversation in the chat area and then build a relationship with them. "If there is a game that is specifically directed toward a child, a predator can use that game to exploit that child," said OSBI Special Agent Brendan Burke to KJRH. Authorities say it is imperative for adults to monitor children’s activities online, including social media.


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WF)--The City of Enid is taking nominations for recipients for the 2023 “Walk of Fame” Award to be presented in September during the celebration of the Cherokee Strip Days. The Walk of Fame is an award given by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the City of Enid to individuals that have made significant contributions to the Enid community. To be considered for the Walk of Fame, a person shall:


*Have demonstrated a lifetime of service to the community in general; or


*Have made an extraordinary contribution or act of selflessness or statesmanship for Enid.


Nominations will be accepted in the Office of the City Clerk until 5:00 p.m. local time on Wednesday, May 31. Nominations received after that time will be retained for consideration the following year. The Walk of Fame committee will review the nominations, consider those persons who meet the criteria outlined above, and perform any needed investigation to insure appropriateness. The Committee may also consider persons who do not receive nominations. Information may be obtained in the office of the City Clerk at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Municipal Complex.


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BC)--The 4th Judicial District Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) will hold an awareness benefit concert on Saturday, March 18, at Settlers Brewing Company featuring Nashville artist Jake Gill. The 4th Judicial District CASA is a nonprofit organization that walks side by side with a child when they are removed from a home due to abuse or neglect. The group is seeking sponsors and monetary tax deductible donations to cover the cost of the Rock for a Cause event. The $500 title sponsor will get title event naming rights, VIP seating for six and a sponsor mention in all media. A $100 table sponsor receives VIP seating for six and sponsor mention in all media. A $50 sponsor receives sponsor mention in all media. Admission to the concert is free, and door prizes will be offered. To sponsor, contact (580) 242-1153.




A)-- People 60 years of age or older will have the opportunity to receive free legal aid advice and counseling locally next week. Long Term Care Authority of Enid Area Agency on Aging will have an informative presentation at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 23 at RSVP Senior Center, 202 W. Walnut, on senior aging documents. Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, will be available at the event to answer questions about preparing a will and power of attorney, as well as many other topics. Additionally there will be information about services LTCA of Enid AAA offers locally. The event is free to the public.



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