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Concrete Repairs Prompt Intersection Closure on West Locust Avenue
ENID, OK (March 27, 2023) – Beginning Tuesday March 28th, there will be a road closure at the intersection of North Grand Avenue and West Locust Avenue including the Grand Access Road will be closed to traffic allowing contractors to complete concrete repairs. This closure is expected to last approximately...
Library Accepting Residents to Enroll in Accredited High School Program
ENID, OK (March 27, 2023)— The Public Library of Enid and Garfield County is accepting residents to enroll in the Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School program. The program, provided to public libraries by Gale, part of Cengage Group, is a 21.5 credit online high school completion program that offers an accredited high school diploma to adults.
2023 Northwestern Outstanding Graduates Announced
Five Northwestern alumni have been selected as the 2023 Outstanding Graduates - Dr. Madison Campbell, Kevin Evans, Donnie Rader, Jim Richey and Nicole Steuart. The Outstanding Graduates will be recognized at the Spring Alumni Banquet April 29. Five Northwestern Oklahoma State University alumni have been selected as the 2023 Outstanding...
KGWA Local News Monday 03.27.23
SK)--A Kansas bank robbery suspect is dead after being involved in a chase and shootout with Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers on Friday east of Enid. The pursuit ended in the area around the intersection of Interstate 35 and U.S. 412 in Noble County. The male suspect fled his vehicle on foot, according to OHP, and exchanged gunfire with troopers. No troopers were harmed. OHP was notified by Kansas Turnpike Authority on Friday afternoon that a bank robbery suspect was southbound on I-35. A port of entry officer saw a vehicle enter Oklahoma that matched the description of the suspect’s vehicle. A trooper located the vehicle and a short pursuit ensued. During the pursuit, the suspect fired at troopers, who fired back. The bank that was robbed was in Wellington, Kan. The suspect told people at the bank he had a bomb, so OHP’s bomb squad was called to the scene after the pursuit ended to clear the vehicle. No explosives were found. The incident is under investigation.
Superintendent Investigated For Allegedly Interfering With Upcoming Election
The superintendent of a school district in Oklahoma is being investigated on suspicion of interfering with a future school board election, according to a police report filed in Lahoma. Charles (Chuck) Anglin allegedly asked school board candidate Gary Naugle to pull his candidacy from the April 4 race in exchange...
U.S. Marshals arrest inmate who escaped from the Bill Johnson Correctional Center
OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — The U.S. Marshals arrested an inmate who escaped from the Bill Johnson Correctional Center in Alva on March 18. Joey Mena was arrested in the 4000 block of S.E. 45th on Friday morning. Authorities also arrested Michelle Kjelgaard on a warrant for harboring a fugitive.
Hell’s Belles is Coming to Enid
ENID, OK - Hell’s Belles is coming to Stride Bank Center on Saturday, July 22nd in our Grand Ballroom! Tickets will go on sale this coming Monday, March 27th. Tickets are $40, and this event is General Admission standing room only. HELL'S BELLES are first and foremost dedicated AC/DC...
CTB Sports Broadcast Schedule for Week of 03/27/23
Baseball is in the air as the temperatures continue to warm up throughout NW Oklahoma. The Enid Plainsmen have a very busy week in store as they’ve got not only a home and home scheduled for Monday and Tuesday with Booker T. Washington…but the Enid Festival will also be taking place at David Allen Memorial Ballpark with the host Plainsmen scheduled to play 3 games in 3 days. This week’s schedule is listed below. You can listen to each game on the radio stations listed below, on the app for each corresponding station, OR you can listen to them online at enidlive.com.
City of Enid Announces Rail Road Track Closing on North 4th St
On Monday, March 27th the city of Enid will be having a railroad closing on parts of N. 4th St between E. Ash Avenue and East Chestnut. The reason for the closure is track maintenance repair. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the day.
Annual car show prepares to rev up support for a good cause
Oklahomans looking for something to do while supporting a good cause can look forward to the annual Boy Scouts of America Car Show.
Enid Antique and Car Club President Talks Upcoming Car Show for the Cimarron Council Boy Scouts
Enidlive.com spoke with Enid Antique and Car Club President Bud Smith about the upcoming Cimarron Council Boy Scouts of America Car Show. The Car Show will be held at the Garfield County Fairgrounds and will be free to the public. Classic cars predating 1927 all the way up until modern...
Aviation Credentials Qualify for Degree Credit at Northwestern
Northwestern Oklahoma State University has now added the aviation field to its Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in technical management. While Northwestern will not offer courses in aviation, credentials and experience obtained in the aviation field may be used toward a degree in this area. “We are seeing...
Softball Falls to Northwestern Oklahoma Sunday
SEARCY – The 13th-ranked Harding softball team came up short Sunday, falling to Northwestern Oklahoma 5-3 in Great American Conference action. The Lady Bisons had already sealed the series win with a doubleheader sweep Saturday. Harding falls to 26-8 overall and 12-5 in the GAC. Northwestern Oklahoma improves to...
Buck Earns Campus deSERVING Ranger Award
Bishop Buck, a senior social work student at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, has been honored with this year’s deSERVING Ranger Award from the Service-Learning and Civic Engagement (SL/CE) program. Kaylyn Hansen, director of assessment and institutional effectiveness who also leads the service-learning and civic engagement program, said each spring...
Crystal digging season opens April 1 at Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge
CHEROKEE, Okla. (KOKH) — Crystal digging season opens April 1 at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge. The crystal digging season runs from April 1-October 15. Crystal digging is only allowed from sunrise to sunset in the Dig Area. Prospective diggers should drive to the Selenite Crystal Digging Area...
Chisholm Elementary news team to appear on SUNUP
STILLWATER, OK – A group of fifth-grade students from Chisholm Elementary in Enid will be featured this weekend on SUNUP, the agriculture television show produced by Oklahoma State University Extension and Ag Research. Chisholm students produce a regular newscast about events and activities around the school. Chisholm News Crew...
Pitching Leads No. 13 Harding Softball to Back-to-Back Victories
SEARCY – The 13th-ranked Harding softball team swept Northwestern Oklahoma Saturday in Great American Conference action. The Lady Bisons won 5-1 and 6-0 behind dominate pitching. Harding improves to 26-7 overall and 12-4 in the GAC. The Lady Bisons are currently tied with Southeastern Oklahoma for first in the...
Native American Media Alliance accepting applications for Native American Writers Seminar
The Native American Media Alliance is accepting applications for the 3rd Annual Native American Writers Seminar taking place this summer. The seminar initiative is presented by the Cherokee Nation Film Office. The Native American Writers Seminar develops emerging Native Americans writers for TV and film. The virtual seminar also provides...
Northwestern Seniors Awarded 2023 Guthrie Scottish Rite Scholarship
Three Northwestern Oklahoma State University seniors were awarded the 2023 Guthrie Scottish Rite Scholarship given by the Guthrie Scottish Rite Charitable and Educational Foundation. Those awarded this semester are Candace Brown of Blackwell, early childhood education; Nastassja Gee of Edmond, elementary education; and Toni Schram of Enid, early childhood education.
Pencil Drawings Earn Best of Show Honors at 20th Art Society Art Show
Jillian Bouse’s pencil drawing “How About That? Felines Have Canines!” is the best-of-show winner for students in the 20th annual NWOSU Art Society Art Show. The show ends on campus in the J.W. Martin Library on March 31. Angelia Case’s pencil drawing named “Len and Buddy” is...
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