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(Enid, OK) Schools are officially being labeled as COVID-19 “super spreaders” as schools around the state move into virtual learning or began quarantining hundreds of students. As of Monday night,... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Northwest Oklahoma has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases as Hennessey in Kingfisher county has seen a 135% increase in just one week. Hennessey saw a rise from... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) With the new cases in Garfield County, some of them are going into Enid Public Schools. A new report shows that 30 students or staff from around the district have... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Oklahoma has officially surpassed 50,000 COVID-19 cases and the state has had ten more deaths related to the virus, according to Thursday’s report to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Enid Public Schools officials confirmed late Wednesday night that Eight elementary classes and children from the district employee daycare are being quarantined due to potential contact with positive COVID-19 cases. ... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Oklahoma is officially nearing fifty thousand COVID-19 cases as the overall cases rose by 597 announced by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. 34 deaths were also reported... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) The possible recall election to replace Ward 3 Commissioner Ben Ezzell will not happen before February. Tuesday night, City of Enid commissioners unanimously decided to table a vote... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) The district Board of Education voted on Monday night that the Enid Public Schools' students will continue to have in-person instruction with masks and social distancing until county numbers reach... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Oklahoma State University began fall semester classes on Monday, but an entire sorority will begin the semester under quarantine. 23 members of the Pi Beta Phi sorority have... Read More.
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(Enid, OK) Oklahoma has officially recorded 544 more COVID-19 cases with 38 of them being in Garfield County. Four more deaths have also been recorded by the Oklahoma State Department of Health.... Read More.