State Briefs: Flu clinic hours added

Published: December 29, 2009
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OKLAHOMA CITY

Flu clinic adds hours
The Oklahoma City-County Health Department is offering more hours and days for H1N1 and seasonal flu vaccinations at 921 NE 23 in Oklahoma City.The walk-in clinics are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The vaccinations are free for Oklahoma County residents. Clinic officials say children ages 6 months to 9 years may be brought in for their second round of H1N1 booster vaccinations, which should be given about a month after the initial vaccination.

JOHNNY JOHNSON, STAFF WRITER

JAY

Bomb charges are dropped
A charge against a Kansas, OK, town trustee of building a pipe bomb has been dropped, but prosecutors plan to refile. Trustee Matthew Shane Edwards, 36, of Big Cabin, and Eric Alden Daniels, 32, of Rose, were charged in Delaware County District Court in Jay with making an explosive device after a highway patrol bomb squad seized bomb-related items from Daniels’ home. Assistant District Attorney Kenny Wright said the case was dismissed to add time for review.

SHEILA STOGSDILL, STATE CORRESPONDENT

WAGONER

Stepmother awaits trial
A Broken Arrow woman must stand trial in connection with the death of her 14-month-old stepson. Shiloh Brafford, 28, is charged in Wagoner County District Court with first-degree murder in the 2008 death of Davis Brafford. The state medical examiner’s office ruled the toddler died from blunt head trauma.

SHEILA STOGSDILL, STATE CORRESPONDENT

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