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  • DB)--Garfield County Sheriff's Office deputies and members of the Enid Police Department executed a no-knock search warrant at 6:00 this morning at a residence in the 21100 block of East Wheat Capital Road near Covington. The search warrant was based upon a three-month investigation into the sale of narcotics and stolen property. Five arrests were made following the service of the warrant. Arrested were 56 year-old William Irven Backhaus and 46 year-old Tonya Lou Winters on complaints of trafficking, distribution of CDS, possession of firearms in the commission of a felony and possession of firearms after felony convictions. Three others were detained on misdemeanor charges. 20 year-old Robbie Winters of Covington; 35 year-old Andrea Fowble also of Covington; and 20 year-old Tessa Kohman of Perry. During the execution of the search warrant, officers reportedly found narcotics, including methamphetamine, marijuana and prescription pills. Officers also found firearms, including five long guns and one handgun. Sheriff Jerry Niles told the Enid News and Eagle his office has worked with Enid Police Department and the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs on various investigations over the past months and he anticipates more arrests.



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    ER)--Enid voters gave a resounding “yes” to both bond proposals for improvements to Enid Public Schools. Nearly 66% voted yes for Proposition No. 1, a $90.23 million bond to repair, remodel and build new district facilities, increase safety and security measures on campuses, improve technology infrastructure, provide one mobile device per student, and add fine arts and athletic facilities. Almost 69% voted for Proposition 2, a $2.57 million bond to upgrade the district’s transportation fleet.


    In the Chisholm school board race, six has now been narrowed to two. There will be a runoff election April 5th in the Chisholm Public Schools district between school board candidates John Dick and Amy Jeffries for the Office 1 seat. Dick received 30.2 percent of the votes and Jeffries received 18.35 percent of the votes in Tuesday’s voting.


    In the Waukomis Public School Board Office 1 race, Brett Perry won with 56.5 percent of the votes. Kremlin-Hillsdale Public Schools will have a run off for School Board Office 1 in their district. Niki Schrader got 41.3 percent of the vote, and Jan Snapp received 31.3 percent. In other area school board races: The Pond Creek-Hunter Public School Board Office 1 went to Ronald Schuermann. In the Medford race for Office 1, Shawna Watson was elected. Okeene voters elected Keith Richardson for Office 1 on their school board. In Dover, voters elected Thomas O'Hearn to Office 4 on their School Board.


    KC)--Kingfisher County residents Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a measure to continue a half cent sales tax that funds a variety of services. The tax has been in effect since 1996 and has been approved every five years since. The latest renewal will start in 2017 and continue until 2021. Money raised by the tax helps fund resurfacing roads, general government, the Kingfisher County Sheriff's Office, rural fire departments, the Kingfisher County Fair, Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher, and Hennessey and Kingfisher libraries.



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    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A consumer scam that targets utility customers is prompting warnings from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company. The scam was uncovered in a regular audit the Corporation Commission performs of social media to look for signs of deceptive practices and consumer scams. Commission officials say the scammers are well-versed in details about OG&E and even knew the location of its headquarters. The scam begins with a phone call to a utility customer warning of an overdue payment. There is a call-back number that has a greeting identical to the utility's real greeting. The consumer then talks to a "customer service" person who requests a credit card number. Utility officials say initial contact regarding past due accounts is done by mail, not by telephone.



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    LF)--Loaves and Fishes oversees a local community garden, and they are seeking volunteers to help get this year's crop started. There will be a work day coming up Saturday Feb 27. Last year they provided over 3,500 pounds of organic produce for Enid's needy. The community garden, formerly known as the Faith Farm at 820 West Cherokee, needs your help. Jenifer Kisling spoke with Alan Clepper.


                                     Jennifer  1:08   “…make a difference.”



    Again that number is 540-9830.



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    GM)--Leonardo’s Children’s Museum has received a $50,000 commitment from Koch Fertilizer to reach its $6 million capital campaign goal. "A donation of this magnitude qualifies Koch Fertilizer for a naming opportunity, and they have elected to become part of the hands-on agriculture exhibit,” said Julie Baird, Leonardo's executive director. The agriculture exhibit will be constructed as part of Phase 2 of construction, which will start in the fall. Even though Leonardo’s has reached the $6 million goal, a few needs remain. “Since the construction is taking place in a building that is almost 110 years old, there have been several surprises that had to be updated or fixed, so we are continuing to accept donations,” campaign co-chair Susan Bowers said. “We believe it will actually cost between $6.1 million and $6.2 million to do everything.” Leonardo's began construction of Phase 1 in August. It includes new permanent exhibits on the museum's first floor, new and refreshed exhibits on the second floor and an exterior facelift. The museum is scheduled to reopen in April. Phase 2 construction, which includes the rest of the second floor will begin this fall and will be completed in the spring of 2017. The museum will not have to close again for the second phase of construction. Limited naming opportunities still are available. For information about making a personal or corporate gift to the campaign, contact Baird, or call (580) 237-0009, extension 103.



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    TT)--The Garfield County Sheriff's office is investigating the theft of a 10 x 8 shop built tandem trailer and a blowout preventer near the Bison area. If you have information about this, call the Sheriff's office at 580 237 0244. And remember to take photos of your property, and record any serial numbers.



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    CC)--Due to the President’s Day Holiday the City Administration offices will be closed Monday in observance of the holiday. The Enid Public Library and EPTA will also be closed on President’s Day. In addition, the Monday trash route will be collected on Wednesday. All other routes will remain the same for the week. City spokesperson Steve Kime said the Recycle Center will be closed on Monday, however the city landfill will be open from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Kime added the Meadowlake golf course will be open weather permitting on Monday.


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    TH)--Congressman Frank Lucas will hold town hall meetings to be held in Enid, Medford, Kingfisher and Watonga on February 17th and 18th. All residents of these locations are invited to attend a meeting and express their opinions. Congressman Lucas will be discussing current events in Washington, taking questions about issues important to constituents of the Third Congressional District and asking for input on legislation currently before Congress.


    Wednesday, February 17, 2016


    Medford Town Hall Meeting

    2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Medford City Hall


    Enid Town Hall Meeting

    4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    Gantz Student Center, GU 100 (north side of the Ballroom)


    Thursday, February 18, 2016


    Kingfisher Town Hall Meeting

    10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

    Chisholm Trail Museum


    Watonga Town Hall Meeting

    2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    City Hall Grand Ballroom


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    PA)--Security National Bank of Enid will once again be rewarding five lucky area students for their good grades with a the SNB Pays for  A’s program. Since 2002 thousands of report cards have been submitted.  The bank sponsors the program twice a year, once for spring semester grades and once for fall semester grades. The program is open to students in grades 3 through 12. Public and private school students are encouraged to participate. Students will have until 5:00pm February 12 to take their report cards to any of Security National Bank’s three locations There the bank will make a copy of the report card and place it in a hopper. Four cards will be drawn from the hopper. Those four students will receive $10 for each A and $5 for each B on their fall 2015 semester grades.  Individual grades from each nine-week section will not be considered.  All students entering their grades will receive a coupon for an ice cream cone from McDonalds of Enid. In addition to the four students who will be “paid for their As”, one card will be drawn from the hopper for a $150 savings account with the bank. 



    VG)--Youth and Family Services of North Central Oklahoma will host its fourth annual Valentine Gala in February. The emergency youth shelter houses abused and neglected children removed from their homes, or children on runaway status. The shelter provides food, counseling, mentoring, tutoring and other services provided by Youth and Family Services. The event, 6:30 p.m. to midnight Feb. 13, will be at Enid Event Center. The evening will feature cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, a photo booth, silent auction, live auction, dinner and live music by Oklahoma City band Super Freak. The event is cocktail attire and all proceeds will benefit YFS. The event has sold out in past years, and YFS staff encourage attendees to reserve tickets sooner rather than later. Individual tickets are $60, and sponsorship deals are available in a variety of packages. To purchase tickets, go to or call (580) 233-7220. 




    VS)--The Vance Spouses’ Club is hosting a community-wide celebration and charity auction on April 16th. The event celebrates 75 years of partnership between the City of Enid and the military community, and it will feature a charity auction. All proceeds raised go directly back to local charities and scholarships. The 1940s vintage big-band themed event will take place in a hangar at Woodring Airport surrounded by relics of the past. The event is open to the public. For tickets, or more information contact Renae Lewis at 405-401-1727, Elena Gartland 904-502-0800, or Meg Hewes at 253-229-6528 or email




    BB)--The Beach Boys will perform May 22 at Enid Event Center. Tickets are $50 and $75, and patrons will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Beach Party, which will include dinner and music for $16 before the concert. Fans can order tickets by calling (855) TIX-ENID, going to or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall administration offices. 




    VG)--Grammy Award-winning artist Vince Gill will perform Saturday, June 4, at Enid Event Center, with fellow Grammy winner Lee Ann Womack opening. Tickets are priced at $45 and $65. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visiting or in the Enid Event Center and Convention Hall Administration offices. 




    TB)--The Thunderbirds, the Air Force's elite aerial demonstration team, is coming back to Enid next summer. The team's 2016 schedule includes a scheduled performance July 23 at Vance Air Force Base. The appearance will be part of Vance's 75th anniversary celebration. The Thunderbirds have not appeared at Vance since the fall of 2008. An estimated 30,000 to 35,000 people attended that year's air show and open house.







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