City of Enid Engineering officials announced today that water would be off temporarily in the following areas to make connections to a new water line. The temporary water outage will last approximately nine hours beginning at 8:00 am on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. Area impacted includes: Hemlock from Grand to 4th street. Kennedy from Hemlock to Beech. Mimosa from Kennedy to Beech
City of Enid Utility maintenance crews will have the water off temporarily to allow for the repair of a main valve. The area impacted includes: South Van Buren from Moore to Rupe, on Moore from Van Buren to Monroe, and on Jackson from Thompson to Moore. The water outage is scheduled for 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
Edgar Ellis, 83, of Okeene, has died from injuries suffered in an accident in Major County last week, according to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report. Ellis was injured when the 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer he was driving departed the roadway to the right and traveled through a ditch and a barbed-wire fence before rolling one and one-half times, coming to rest on its top, according to the report.
A woman accused of spray painting racist graffiti described in detail "committing all of the acts that had occurred in Norman and Oklahoma City," court records show. Allison Christine Johnson, 45, told police that her intention was to "scare Jewish people, and people of different races, other than white," an investigator reported. Johnson was arrested Thursday afternoon by Norman police. She was booked into Cleveland County jail, where she remained Monday.