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- SLIDESHOW: Enid area Fourth of July celebrations (Staff Photos by Bonnie Vculek)
Dillingham, Markes and Horseshoe Road to perform in African country of Liberia
Horseshoe Road, headlined by Enid native Kyle Dillingham and Waukomis native Peter Markes, will participate in the 16-day American Voices’ American Music Abroad tour in the African country of Liberia.
State rests in Childs’ trial
Club owner charged with shooting at Enid police in July 2013.
Best president? Worst president? Don't read too much into those polls
The questions about who are the best and worst post-WWII presidents are useless. What they mainly show is that Republicans are far more unified around a single story than are Democrats.
Two boys dead, infant critically injured in mobile home fire
Two young children died and their infant sister was in critical condition after fire engulfed their mobile home in a small town in upstate New York Monday night.
No more military trucks for small-town firehouses
A program that sent surplus trucks, tankers and other military vehicles to rural fire departments is finished because the equipment didn't meeting federal environmental standards.
- Addressing uninsured: Insurance commissioner: Enforcement ‘hit or miss’
- Retired Oklahoma State University professor charged with indecent exposure, sexual battery
Slowing down speeders: Area towns disclose speeding citation numbers
“People say we’re a speed trap. We don’t set the speed limit on the highway, the state does,” Waukomis Police Chief Robert Asch said.
Eskimo Joe’s Promotional Products Group brands marketing solutions with smiles
In Stan Clark's one marketing class at Oklahoma State University, he learned what a logo was. Opening Stillwater's jumpin' little juke joint following his graduation in 1975, the Eskimo Joe's logo became one of "luckiest things that ever happened" to him.
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