Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, let out a statement regarding the final passage of House Bill 1955, which removes the state’s portion of the grocery tax. “This is truly a historic day, McCall said. “With the passage of House Bill 1955, the Legislature has managed to... Read More.
NWOSU is hosting the Entrepreneur & Social Media free business seminar. The seminar will span from March 7-8 and will take place at all NWOSU campuses. Keynote speakers Dr. Tony Woodlief and Curtis Tucker will provide business tips and entrepreneurship from business leaders and small business... Read More.
the City of Enid has announced multiple road closures to allow contractors to repair several roads: The southbound lane on S. 30th St. from Oklahoma Ave. to Market Ave. This closure will span from March 4-11. The full road of 1702 E. Oak Ave.-1714 E. Oak. Ave. This... Read More.
The junction of US-60 and US-283 in Ellis County is closed due to rampant wildfires. Oklahoma is under oppressive winds with speeds reaching 55 mph until midnight of Feb. 27; here are some precautions to take during this wind advisory: Do not discard lit cigarettes out... Read More.
The Enid Public School District is hosting two teacher career fairs in 2024. The fairs are scheduled for March 4 and 28 and will take place in the Administrative Services Center board room at 500 S. Independence Rd. EPS administrators will be available to speak... Read More.
The Enid Police Department has addressed a rapidly growing issue of distracted driving. Distracted driving describes any activity that diverts your attention from the road including eating, drinking, using the radio or navigation apps, texting or talking on the phone or interacting with passengers. Between 2012... Read More.