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The Chief of CONTROL needs your help!

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so, is anyone still working this puzzle? Do e need to give more hints, or the answer?

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Opening again at request of OP.

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Congratulations to Alfouine for determining the extraction point of CONTROL's top agents. Your hard work is much appreciated.  You have been declared CONTROL's #4 Agent!

The Chief would like to again thank Agent 72, CONTROL's #3 Agent for all his work in decoding the secret message from Max and 99. Outstanding job!

 

For everyone else, here is the solution:

 

Max and 99's profile; News Articles Posted. Use first letter of waymark title.

Code uses what3words (geocaching toolbox can help)

 

This is a secret message from CONTROL's top agents Max and Ninety Nine. KAOS is close. Tell the Chief we need extraction from Frogs Brain Water. End of message.

 

Toyota accidentally hits bridal shop - OKC, OK

Hearing aid company closes, owing customers money - OKC, OK

In-crisis youth have safe place to ask for help with community partners - OKC, OK

Seniors served by Mobile Meals - Edmond, OK

 

In-and-Out Burger receives Excellent rating from health inspection - Tucson, AZ

State google design finalist at Carl Albert Middle School - MWC, OK

 

Angry Crab has new owner - Tucson, AZ

 

Sheriff announces Logan County a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County - Guthrie, OK

Emergency childcare offered by YMCA to health care workers and first responders - Edmond, OK

Christian Heritage Academy has a superfan! - Del City, OK

Relatives fight to bury loved one at Ft. Lowell Cemetery - Tucson, AZ

El Reno Cemetery graves damaged - El Reno, OK.

Tiger Time helps students get ready for learning - OKC, OK

 

Midwest City to temporarily close Senior Center to protect against Coronavirus - MWC, OK

EPS provides free meals to kids during closure - Edmond, OK

Spanish teacher at Carl Albert High School named teacher of the Month - Midwest City, OK

Signs outside churches display different views on guns - OKC, OK

Animal welfare accused of poor treatment of a dog in their care - OKC, OK

Greek restaurant the target of theft - OKC, OK

Everyone asked to leave 21c Museum Hotel for cleaning - OKC, OK

 

Finance taught at Apollo Elementary - Bethany, OK

Restaurants brace for economic impact of Coronavirus - OKC, OK

OKC church holds college and career fair - OKC, OK

Maker's Mark dinner raises money for The Center of Family Love - OKC, OK

 

College counselor allegedly gave AP tests early - OKC, OK

Old Paris Flea Market the site of a drive-by shooting - OKC, OK

No one injured in car fire at On Cue - OKC, OK

Thousands of dollars of product stolen from dispensary - Bethany, OK

Restaurants you can support with takeout during the pandemic - Edmond, OK

OKC Police talk man down from cell tower - OKC, OK

Loved Bishop Moreno buried at Holy Hope Cemetery - Tucson, AZ

Sale of GFF Foods in Moore - Moore, OK

 

The story behind Goldie the Robot - Tuscaloosa, AL

One dead at SW OKC gun range - OKC, OK

Piedmont girl asks for donations to hospital instead of birthday gifts - Bethany, OK

 

All SWOSU classes to be held online - Weatherford, OK

Group voices concerns over 5G technology - OKC, OK

Elementary students who will run to remember receive a gift - OKC, OK

New medical treatment helps woman with breast cancer illness - OKC, OK

Truck and chains used in attempted theft of ATM - OKC, OK

Soldier surprises daughter at Mustang school - Mustang, OK

 

Medical Center needs volunteers to sew face masks - Stillwater, OK

A Kerr Middle teacher is back in the classroom after using a racial slur - Del City, OK

Xrays and other non emergency imaging postponed at Mercy Clinics - OKC, OK

 

Authorities need help identifying man who stole from a metro pharmacy - OKC, OK

New indoor play area in OKC - Oklahoma City, OK

DHS urging daycares to remain open - OKC, OK

 

No membership fees at Spontaneity Kid Care for First Responders - OKC, OK

Investigators need help identifying suspect in credit union robbery - OKC, OK

Nature Center at Martin Park and OKC Rec Centers to close during pandemic - OKC, OK

Employees of Love's getting raises and bonuses - OKC, OK

Those who served honored at Dorset Memory Care - OKC, OK

Youth offered free day camp during teacher walkout - Edmond, OK

 

New carpet and renovation for Woods Memorial Library - Tucson, AZ

Investigation into Dove Charter Schools - OKC, OK

News 9 practicing social distancing - OKC, OK

Exercise workouts offered online amid Coronavirus - Edmond, OK

 

KOCO names Coyle math teacher "Teacher of the Month" - Coyle, OK

Alleged fight over parking spot leads to shooting - OKC, OK

Oro Valley Library now county run - Oro Valley, AZ

Sioux City man is riding a new Harley around town - Sioux City, IA

 

Importance of new Sunday liquor sales discussed - Moore, OK

Stop signs near James L. Dennis Elementary to stay - OKC, OK

 

Covid-19 testing could be expanded by private labs - OKC, OK

Large fire at Fox Building Supply - OKC, OK

OKC Memorial Marathon date change affects runners - Edmond, OK

Shots fired at Buy for Less - OKC, OK

Eight city manager of Bethany in three years to resign - Bethany, OK

 

Teacher at Wellston School arrested - Wellston, OK

Employee who was fired threatens nursing home - OKC, OK

Loaded gun stolen from a customer's car - OKC, OK

Last Frontier Council won't be affected by BSA bankruptcy filing - OKC, OK

 

The Lodge at Brookline implementing sanitization stations for visitors - OKC, OK

Himalayan restaurant to open - Stillwater, OK

Employee refuses to speak native language so customer ransacks store - OKC, OK

 

Crossings Community Church to close campuses amid coronavirus - OKC, OK

Homes destroyed by Langston fire - Langston, OK

Impersonating a cop at Tumbleweed gets man arrested - Stillwater, OK

Early morning discovery of body at ULM - Monroe, Louisiana

Fire at Summerfield Apartments - OKC, OK

 

Washing facilities lacking at Putnam City High School - OKC, OK

Earlywine parents receive email about possible exposure to coronavirus - Moore, OK

 

No plans to close, says University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL

Education a focus at Lost Creek Safari - Stillwater, OK

EMT dies from injuries received in motorcycle accident - OKC, OK

Del Taco coming to Stillwater - Stillwater, OK

 

Edmond school board approved Heritage expansion - Edmond, OK

Xeriscape Garden created at Edmond park - Edmond, OK

Tulsa University moves to online classes - Tulsa, OK

Red Dog Saloon bouncer is stabbed - OKC, OK

A stabbing victim was dumped at Guthrie Hospital - Guthrie, OK

Coronavirus concerns has local pharmacies out of supplies - OKC, OK

Thelma Parks Elementary students show their Black History Month projects - OKC, OK

Igloo dining experience available at Dominion House - Guthrie, OK

Oklahoma City Blvd. causing confusion for drivers - OKC, OK

National championship earned by Southmoore Pom - Moore, OK

 

Families of homicide victims applaud decision to resume executions - OKC, OK

Robbery at Metro Family Dollar - OKC, OK

Oldest Catholic School in Oklahoma might be closing - Guthrie, OK

Major developments coming to the downtown area - Edmond, OK

 

Freak accident takes the life of a Lexington student - Lexington, OK

Recruiter for OC fired after activity at Harding Charter Preparatory High School - OKC, OK

Officer of school PTA investigated - Norman, OK

Gas powered saw used to break into Best Buy - Moore, OK

School Principal leaving after 17 years at Jackson Elementary - Norman, OK

 

Bill would allow the state to withhold funds from cities that don't follow federal immigration laws - Norman, OK

Residents frustrated by Paycom traffic - OKC, OK

Artwork installed at Little River Park - Moore, OK

Instruments donated to OKC Middle School - OKC, OK

NASA's Name the Rover contest finalist at Norman High School - Norman, OK

 

Water tank repainting to cause temporary lane closure at Baumann and Ayers - Edmond, OK

Alfredo's hosts fundraiser for Autism - Moore, OK

There are many Little Free Libraries in Tucson! - Tucson, AZ

Employee at Crest Foods wins over customers with his smile - Norman, OK

Restaurant VZD to host Dr. Jill Biden's campaign stop for Joe Biden - OKC, OK

 

Employees at Church's Chicken robbed at gunpoint - OKC, OK

Norman Library uses brigade to transfer books - Norman, OK

Drivers be aware of resurfacing on Lexington Bridge - Lexington, OK

 

Oklahoma's Tulsa Race Massacre history to be presented at Downtown Library - OKC, OK

First Field Office for Pete for America to open in OKC - Oklahoma City, OK

 

Michael Bloomberg to hold campaign event in OKC - Oklahoma City, OK

Elizabeth Warren supporter Ashley Judd holds a meet-and-greet at Classen Coffee Co. - OKC, OK

School next to 5G Cell Tower raises concerns - Edmond, OK

Scratch Kitchen asks customers to not open carry - Norman, OK

Artist creates mural to honor Kobe Bryant - OKC, OK

Get a Kolby Donut at Hurts Donut - OKC, OK

Evergreen Cemetery holds annual memorial service for the homeless - Tucson, AZ

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I had to start over early on when I misunderstood the order of waymark publications. I deleted part of the message, thinking I'd never find two "X" waymarks, but then just at the right time another one showed up in the news so the message is as intended from the very beginning.

 

A big thank you to everyone who worked on the puzzle. It is much appreciated!

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Working 99's puzzles has gotten me to looking at the Puzzle Caches around my home. They all seem way to easy, or way to hard. I'll stick with waymaking.

 

Too Hard:  I am Groot

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2 minutes ago, vulture1957 said:

Working 99's puzzles has gotten me to looking at the Puzzle Caches around my home. They all seem way to easy, or way to hard. I'll stick with waymaking.

It's the same near my place: too easy, too hard and too many.

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This puzzle is really impressive, congratulations again, BRAVO

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2 hours ago, Alfouine said:

This puzzle is really impressive, congratulations again, BRAVO

 

Getting all those news articles, then submitting them in order. Working out the clues. More work than I would have put into something!

 

A VERY impressive load of work. And it all worked out.

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