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Enid Lights Up the Plains, 5-7:30 p.m., downtown Enid. Annual event bringing in the Christmas season includes Christmas lights parade, Christmas music, Santa, food trucks and much more. For more information, call (580) 234-1052.EVENT [Friday-Sunday] Irving Berlin's White Christmas, 7 p.m. Friday, 7

ENID NEWS & EAGLE - 2017-11-24 14:00:00

Space heater cause of fire in detached garage

A space heater was to blame for a fire in a detached garage early Friday morning on South Hayes. The fire occurred at 12:44 a.m. at 421 S. Hayes, according to an Enid Fire Department media report. Assistant Fire Marshall Kevin Winter said the fire occurred in a detached garage at the home where a sp

ENID NEWS & EAGLE - 2017-11-25 00:05:35

Sexual abuse, human trafficking training to be held in Enid Dec. 7

Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth will hold sexual coercion and abuse and human trafficking training at Autry Technology Center in Enid on Dec. 7. In the training, attendees will learn the definitions of sexual coercion and trafficking, who are the perpetrators and the victims, and how to p


Volunteers serve more than a meal at First Baptist

ENID, Okla. - More than 100 volunteers make the annual community Thanksgiving meal at First Baptist Church possible. For the past decade, Dave Clinton, of Waukomis, has been volunteering with his family for the event. When the family first started volunteering, he was in the military, and the family

EDMOND SUN - 2017-11-24 10:00:00

Privatizing air traffic control won't save money

Guest Opinion I have been involved in aviation since 1975 and recently was made aware of the legislation currently being debated in Washington that would alter the structure and governance of our air traffic control system. The way I see it, this proposed legislation, to privatize our air transport

ENID NEWS & EAGLE - 2017-11-23 10:00:00

Local Results: Nov. 24 - Kodiak Daily Mirror: Local Sports

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KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Students get up close and personal with a shark

Third, fourth and fifth graders at Peterson Elementary were treated to a first-hand lesson in marine biology Tuesday, when a local biologist conducted a salmon shark dissection. "What do you think we're going to find in its stomach?" biologist Bob Foy asked the congregation of children. Third, fourt

KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

American Legion serves turkey to 200

The friendly refrain "Have you had something to eat yet?" could be heard throughout the American Legion on Thursday, as locals flocked for the organization's annual Thanksgiving meal. Club manager Jennifer Roalsen said that it's their second busiest day of the year (after the Fourth of July), with u

KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Alutiiq Word of the Week: Tugluq

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KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Berry crop failure could mean more bears in town

Over the past couple of weeks, several Kodiak residents have reported seeing a bear in town and have taken their concerns to Facebook. Many have reported seeing a bear in the Spruce Cape area and as far into town as Cut Off Road. Nathan Svoboda, area wildlife biologist for the Department of Fish and


A Thanksgiving tradition of sharing

David and Suzie Olsen have been married for 32 years, and that's obvious when you speak with them. When asked to recall a memorable Thanksgiving, they each independently replied with the exact same phrase: "They're all memorable." Part of the reason is that the couple host large gatherings of family


Buckaroos' historic season ends with 21-14 playoff loss to Merkel

BROWNWOOD- Football season in Breckenridge came to an end after the Buckaroos suffered a 21-14 loss to Merkel in the opening round of the UIL playoffs. Following last week's upset victory over the top-ranked Brock Eagle, the Bucks lofty goal of a state championship seemed a reality until the Merkel


Proposed sports booster project sparks discussion

The Breckenridge Independent School District Board of Trustees discussed the logistics behind applying a vinyl spirit banner to be wrapped around two recently purchased buses, raising concerns and questions from board members. Breckenridge Mayor Jimmy McKay, who represented the sports booster club,


Local woman thanks firefighters for saving home

A Stephens County woman credited swift action by the Breckenridge Fire Department and the Hubbard Creek Fire Department for saving her home from a Sunday night blaze that gutted a nearby property. The Stephens County emergency personnel were dispatched to the Breezy Point area around 10:30 p.m. Sund


McDonald's remains open while undergoing 'Experience the Future' remodel

The Breckenridge McDonald's drive through will remain open as it undergoes remodeling as part of a corporate-wide 'Experience the Future' plan. The restaurant's tarp draped exterior seems to add to the intrigue of the remodel, which owner David Whealy believes will enhance customers' dining experien


Christmas Tree farms in Hunt County to open for season

Christmas trees, like the one inside the Hunt County Courthouse, will soon be placed in homes across the area. Hunt County has a half-dozen farms which offer live Christmas trees.Brad Kellar | Herald-Banner As soon as the turkey leftovers are placed in the refrigerator, some area residents may be in

GREENVILLE HERALD-BANNER - 2017-11-23 12:45:00

FISH provides more than 1,000 meals this Thanksgiving

Hunt County Shared Ministries (FISH) helped more than 1,000 families have a Thanksgiving dinner this year. Volunteers through the "Hunt County Gives" program helped fill boxes featuring an assortment of nonperishable food items, including the basics for a holiday meal, including a frozen turkey. App

GREENVILLE HERALD-BANNER - 2017-11-23 12:30:00

Framingham native promoted to commander in US Navy

FRAMINGHAM - Jeremy Spector's chest is adorned with shiny medals earned during years of service in the U.S. Navy. One he didn't earn and instead was given, however, holds a special place in his heart. Pinned on the inside of Spector's officer's jacket is the Good Conduct medal his grandfather, Herb

METROWEST DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 00:26:04

Framingham holding tree lighting ceremony Dec. 8

FRAMINGHAM - Holiday revelers are invited to attend Framingham's 26th annual tree lighting ceremony next month. The event takes place at 5:45 p.m. on Dec. 8 inside Nevins Hall at the Memorial Building, located at 150 Concord St. Guests can take photographs with Santa for $1 and enjoy face painting,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 15:20:46

Popular Framingham Diner to Reopen in Different Location After Devastating Fire

A popular Massachusetts diner destroyed by a fire earlier this year will soon reopen in a different location in Framingham. According to their website and social media pages, J&M Diner will reopen on Monday, Nov. 27, at 50 Worcester Rd. The diner was one of 11 businesses destroyed by a 3-alarm fire

NECN - 2017-11-24 20:31:34