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Walk for Jesus, a non-denominational effort to promote the body of Christ throughout the community, will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, at Crosslin Park.

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A presentation for business owners, property owners and residents interested in the proposed road improvements for East Randolph, between Washington and 7th will be held Sept. 22, according to the city of Enid Engineering Department.

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Cherokee Strip Lunch Rush will be 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, on the courthouse lawn. Enid Intertribal will sell Indian tacos. Saturday, Sept. 18, the schedule is: Enid Walk of Fame awards ceremony, 9 a.m; Cherokee Strip Celebration, 9:30 a.m.; Cherokee Strip parade at 10:30 a.m.; and Enid Majors Recognition at David Allen Memorial Ballpark at 12:30 p.m.

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An attorney for Dr. Atul Patel, who partly owned of the Best Western Glo when it was constructed, alleges he and the previous entity owner were subject to harassment, unnecessary inspections and revisions, and expenditures of time and money by city employees and the current owner of the hotel during the hotel’s construction, inspection, sale and to this day.

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Northern Oklahoma College’s Division of Fine Arts will present “Eurydice” by Sarah Ruhl from Sept. 23-26 at the Kinzer Performing Arts Center in Tonkawa.

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The state’s crop year wheat yield has been up and down in the past five years, with the 2016 year crop totaling 136.5 million bushels. Production dropped to 98.6 million bushels for the 2017 crop year, and 70 million bushels for the 2018 crop year before increasing to 110 million bushels in 2019 and falling slightly to 104 million in 2020.

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Battle lines are being drawn as Republican leaders vow to fight President Joe Biden’s new vaccine mandates, and Oklahoma’s top business advocacy group said it wouldn’t be surprised if the policy faces additional legal challenges from the private sector.

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Although registration for the in-person fundraiser is full, the entire evening will be streamed live on Facebook for anyone else who wants to support Journey House.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s been 20 years since American Airlines flight 77 was hijacked and crashed into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001 — three Oklahoma service members died during the attack. For their families, the day is still fresh in their minds.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — In a little more than a week, Markwayne Mullin said he went from a little-known Oklahoma congressman to an international figure after, he said, federal officials leaked information about his team’s attempts to rescue Americans from Afghanistan.

The 2021 Garfield County Fair kicked off Wednesday and will last through Saturday, with an awards presentation and premium sale set for Monday evening.

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With lantern-looking streetlights outside, a floral-patterned door, “funky” windows and vintage furniture, Katrina Maughn said she knew the downtown space would help the used bookstore thrive.

Obituaries have forever been a prominent part of the newspaper. Ever since printing presses were invented and newspapers were published, obituaries have been printed in local newspapers.

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Wheatridge Road between Garriott and Rupe will be closed to through traffic beginning Thursday for construction.

Dr. Jean Hausheer and Dr. Laura Shamblin were two of three women who served on the board and the only two licensed physicians. Hausheer said the timing was odd because the dismissal came during the month honoring women in medicine.

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