U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas is hosting a Garfield County town hall meeting in Enid on Tuesday. The meeting will be 10:30-11:30 a.m. in Hallie Gantz Student Center on the Northern Oklahoma College Enid campus, according to a press release from the congressman's office. During the town hall, Lucas will discuss Quote "his recent work in Congress, taking questions about issues important to constituents of the 3rd Congressional District, and seeking input on legislation currently before Congress,"
Enid Police Department's SWAT team placed sixth this week in a statewide competition for law enforcement agencies held in Stillwater. Capt. Gary Fuxa, commander of the 15-man team, said he was proud of the team's performance and how they represented the department. Nine members of EPD's team competed Wednesday against eight other agencies from across the state.
Jumbo Foods is renovating its store at 1716 S. Van Buren in Enid, with plans to reopen the store with expanded products and services. The grocery store and restaurant, a longtime fixture of the Van Buren Center shopping center, will be closed for a few weeks while renovations and remodeling are completed, said Gerald Blevins, president of Jumbo Foods. Jumbo Foods employs about 300 at its Enid stores, which also are located at 2311 W Willow and 221 S 30th
A thank-you reception for Mayor Bill Shewey and city commissioners Ron Janzen and Tammy Wilson is set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Stride Bank Center. The come-and-go event in Convention Hall is free to the public and will end at 7:30 p.m. The three are each term-limited. Each of the three's terms expires in May.