(Enid, OK) 1,737 new cases have been reported by the Oklahoma State Department of Health on Tuesday bringing the overall total of confirmed COVID-19 positives close to 200,000. There were... Read More.
(Enid, OK) After two previous attempts, the city of Enid's meeting Tuesday night saw the city passing a mask mandate. The Enid City Commission’s vote on Tuesday night was near-unanimous, with Ward 6 Commissioner David... Read More.
(Enid, OK) Seventeen teachers from Enid Public Schools have been nominated for the district’s 2020-21 EPS Teacher of the Year. The 17 teachers were nominated by their colleagues within EPS and... Read More.
(Enid, OK) The Monster X Tour stop in Enid on December 5th at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center has been POSTPONED due COVID-19 concerns. In an email from The Monster X Tour, they expressed that... Read More.
(Enid, OK) The traffic on the Van Buren north overpass will move to the two outer lanes Wednesday while work on the two center lanes continues. Traffic control signs will be set up to director... Read More.
(Enid, OK) The Enid Police Department are investigating the death of a woman, whose body was found lying in the north alleyway of the 700 block of West Nagel Avenue on Sunday afternoon. Police... Read More.
(Enid, OK) The Enid Police Department are looking for information on a burglary that occurred earlier in November. On Nov. 6th, Enid VFW reported someone damaged the door to the building while trying to gain... Read More.
(Enid, OK) 1,721 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the State on Sunday, with the Oklahoma State Department of Health also reporting 19 more deaths across the state. Deaths reported on Sunday consisted of 13... Read More.
(Enid, OK) Water to be shut off in some parts of Enid on Monday while connections are made to a new water line. Areas that will be affected, according to the city of Enid, are: •... Read More.
(Enid, OK) Oklahoma gained 2,736 COVID-19 cases, 49 of them in Garfield County — and 15 more deaths, including a Wakita woman, were reported Tuesday by Oklahoma State Department of Health. There have been 1,664... Read More.