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Industrial Park Awarded BNSF Certification

Three new industrial locations have been awarded BNSF Railway Company’s (BNSF) Certified Sites designation. These new Certified Sites are located in Enid, Oklahoma; Libby, Montana; and Northgate, Saskatchewan.

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Enid Brewing Co. Opens Brewery

Enid Brewing Co. Opens Brewery

Enid Brewing Co. officially opened Friday evening, bringing a brewery and craft beer bar to Enid. A large crowd turned out when the company opened its doors Friday evening at 126 N. Independence, and co-owners Justin Blasier and Brady Sidwell were excited to finally...

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Photographer’s hometown ideal backdrop for ‘big picture’ vision

As one of the most widely published golf course photographers in the world, globetrotter Mike Klemme has always enjoyed astonishing fellow travelers with striking images of his home state. “It’s so fun to take photos of what many people think of as a...

Despite being in a business increasingly dominated by large national chains, Jumbo Foods continues to grow and thrive as Enid’s only locally owned and operated grocer.

Despite being in a business increasingly dominated by large national chains, Jumbo Foods continues to grow and thrive as Enid’s only locally owned and operated grocer. Following a long career in the grocery business, Pat Blevins and his late wife Janice...

Widely traveled couple finds place to call home

Myrl and Gayle Mortenson are at the stage of their lives and careers where they could literally live anywhere in the world. They chose Enid. After many years spent traveling as they built the Hanor pork production company into a powerhouse that employs...

Iconic seed business sprouts from family legacy

Johnston Seed Company was started when founder Willis B. Johnston went to Kansas City and brought back a rail car filled with seed and supplies for Cherokee Strip pioneers. “He loaned seed to those settlers so they would have something to plant to help...

Sky’s the Limit for Young Professional

When Shane McKinzie moved back home to Enid to take a job for a startup environmental consulting firm, he was pleased by what he found. He and his wife Shayla loved the new parks and trails, the national performances at the new event center,...

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We could say that we have it all, but that’s just not realistic for any city! What we do have is an incredibly vibrant community made up of amazing people who will win you over if you give them the chance.  We understand that if you chose to work in Enid you are also choosing to live here. We got it. Only question is “What are you waiting for?”

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