banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner banner
Lori
Lori
12:00pm - 6:00pm
Continuous Country Weekends with Lori!
Email Your Request
My Profile
Infinite Menus, Copyright 2006, OpenCube Inc. All Rights Reserved.
DOWNLOAD THE "TUNE IN" APP ON YOUR MOBILE, SEARCH KOFM AND LISTEN ANYWHERE!
STREAM LIVE THE #1 MOST LISTENED TO RADIO STATION IN NW OKLAHOMA!
Local News
  •  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    CG)--An Enid man is facing multiple life sentences after being charged with assault and battery on three Enid Police Department officers. According to the Enid News and Eagle, 30 year-old John Robert Grapes was arraigned Thursday on three felony counts of assault and battery upon a police officer. Grapes also was charged with misdemeanor counts of assault upon an officer, resisting an officer and obstruction of an officer. Because of eight prior felony convictions, including three prior convictions for assault and battery upon a police officer, Grapes faces four years to life in prison of each of the three felony counts. Bond for Grapes was set at $15,000 and ordered him to return to court Oct. 31 for a bond appearance.

     

    According to an affidavit filed in the case, Enid Police Department officers responded at 5:39 p.m. Sept. 20 to 1024 N. Independence on a report of a domestic dispute. Two officers had to call for back up as the investigation turned violent when Grapes allegedly kicked and punched two officers. During the incident, officers had to use their tazers twice to subdue Grapes.

     

                                               --00--  30  Sept  16   7a

     

    SO)--An Enid man who is a convicted sex offender was arraigned Thursday on felony charges of residing with minor children and living within 2,000 feet of a park. 28 year-old Kory Alan Mitchell has been charged with two counts each of living within 2,000 feet of a park and residing with minor children. Because of prior convictions for rape by instrumentation and second-degree rape, Mitchell faces up to 10 years in prison on each of the four charges. Bond for Mitchell was set at $50,000 and ordered him to appear again Oct. 7.

     

                                               --00--  30  Sept  16   7a

     

    DT)--A man arrested last week following a traffic stop by Enid police was arraigned Thursday on a charge of trafficking methamphetamine. 38 year-old Brad Michael Creevan was charged this week with felony counts of trafficking and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. He also was charged with misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with license suspended and failure to maintain security verification. Creevan faces four years to life in prison and a fine on the trafficking charge and two to 10 years in prison on the firearm charge. Creevan's bond was set at $25,000, and he was ordered to return to court Oct. 31 for a bond appearance.

     

                                               --00--  30  Sept  16   7a

     

    IA)—A Claremore man was injured in a one vehicle accident in Grant County Thursday. 90 year-old Melvin Asbill was driving a Jeep Laredo on a county road 3 miles northwest of Wakita just before 6:15 Thursday evening when he lost control of the vehicle. It went off the roadway and rolled one time, coming to rest on its wheels. Asbill was taken to St. Mary's Regional Medical Center where he was listed in stable condition with arm and trunk injuries. The accident remains under investigation.

     

                                               --00--  30  Sept  16   7a

     

    PW)--This Saturday is the annual Pow Wow celebration of Leona Mitchell and the culture of other Native Americans and Black Indians in Oklahoma. It will be from 10am to 8pm at the Leona Mitchell Southern Heights Heritage Center and Museum, 616 Leona Mitchell Blvd. This year’s theme is “Telling Our Own Story.” The celebration will include vendors, exhibits, music, educational activities and everyone’s favorite, dancing. There will be a learning station, crafts and play. Bring a lawn chair and be ready to learn and enjoy.

     

                                           --00--  30  Sept  16   7a

     

    LB)--Applications are being accepted for vacancies on the Library Board and Board of Adjustment. These vacancies are to be filled by any interested resident of the city of Enid.

    Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. local time on October 11. It is intended that these appointments will be made by the Mayor and Board of Commissioners at their meeting of October 18. The City Commission may, at its discretion, conduct interviews with applicants prior to such appointments. Information and applications may be obtained in the office of the City Clerk, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Municipal Complex, 401 West Owen K. Garriott Road, Enid, Oklahoma, 73701 or by calling 580-616-7271. Application forms can also be downloaded from the City’s web-site, enid.org.

     

                                                  --00-- 

     

    LA)--Tickets are now on sale for Leonardo’s ninth annual Princess Ball. The event is for dads and daughters, ages 3-13, and will be and 6:00-8:00 p.m. Oct. 15 at Central National Bank Center Grand Ballroom. Tickets may be purchased in person or with a credit card over the phone during regular museum hours. Tickets are $25 per person for Leonardo’s members and $28 per person for non-members. The event includes a child friendly dinner, dancing to a local DJ, formal and candid photos by a professional photographer, and a goody bag for each princess. Sponsors for this year’s Princess Ball are and KOFM/KGWA/Williams Broadcasting and Central National Bank Center. Julie Baird, executive director encourages families to buy tickets as soon as possible, as this event has sold out in only weeks the previous years, and a limited number of tickets will be sold.

     

     

                                                     --00--  

     

    EF)--An ethics forum is being planned for Enid City Commissioners. Ward 6 Commissioner David Vanhooser said the ethics forum he is planning will be open to the public and will be held Nov. 19. An official time will be announced at a later date. He is working on securing experts to speak during the event. The commission will not vote during the forum, which will be an educational session. Vanhooser told the Enid News and Eagle, "I anticipate in early spring of 2017 we will put the creation of an ethics policy for the city of Enid on the study session agendas, and begin working towards creating a final document." He said several commissioners are gathering information, including policies from other communities, and City Attorney Andrea Chism is researching the topic. 

     

                                                        --00--  

                                            -

    BR)--Professional bull riding is coming back to Enid. The 2016 Enid BRI Classic is coming to the Central National Bank Center in conjunction with Bull Riders Inc., according to venue operators Spectra Venue Management. This two-night event is Nov. 18 and 19 at the Central National Bank Center. Tickets are $20 for the Golden Chute, $15 for Adults and $10 for kids 12 and under. Mutton Bustin’ is also going to come back to the venue for the 4th time. Participants must be between the ages of 4 and 8 and weigh less than 60 pounds. Entry fee to participate in the Mutton Bustin’ is $15. Contact Bill at Bill_OMalley@comcastspectacor.comor at 580-616-7381. Tickets will go on sale 10:00 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9. Fans can order tickets by calling 855.TIX.ENID, visitingwww.CNBCenter.com or in the CNB Center Administration offices on the 2nd floor of the convention side off of Independence Ave.

     

     

                                                            --00--  

     

     

      

     

     

    0
    comments


  

 







LinkedUpRadio Envisionwise Web Services