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MicroEnterprise Grant 

The Enid Regional Development Alliance is offering one $5,000 competitive MicroEnterprise Grant. Grant funds are to be used for any necessary expense for the operation, management, formation, or expansions of the business, such as rent, payroll, inventory, software, marketing, equipment, renovations.

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Northern Oklahoma College reinstating wind energy program

Northern Oklahoma College reinstating wind energy program

ENID, Okla. — Northern Oklahoma College’s board of regents recently voted in favor of reinstating a degree program that trains students in wind farm maintenance. At the Feb. 12 meeting, NOC regents approved the wind energy technician degree, a 60 credit hour course...

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Newest Enid Brewery Opens Friday

Newest Enid Brewery Opens Friday

Settlers Brewing Co. will have its grand opening from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, 2020, the brewery announced Monday. "It’s finally here!! This Friday, February 7th, please join us from 4pm-10pm as we celebrate our opening day," the post reads. "Thank you all for...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

1/28       11:30 am.    NwOA Luncheon – Woodward Conference Center 

2/4         11:30 am.    Enid Women in Business Luncheon – Autry Technology Center 

2/14       10:00 am.    ERDA Board Meeting – Buffalo Junction, Waukomis 

2/20        5:30 pm.     EYP Network at Nite – Playa Azul 

2/25        8:00 am.     Enid Day at the Capitol – Oklahoma City  

3/12       10:00 am.     ERDA Board Meeting – Autry Technology Center

3/12         5:30 pm.      EYP Network at Nite – The Brick Oven Pizzeria  

SUCCESS STORIES

Fueled by mentorship, financial services firm expands on founder’s dream 50 years later

Since Deane Wymer launched a small accounting office in Fairview in 1969, Wymer Brownlee has grown into an integrated financial services firm with five offices statewide, 50 employees and roughly $600 million in assets under management. Chief Executive...

Healthcare Makes an Impact in Enid

Krista Roberts arrived in Enid 28 years ago ready to begin her professional career.  “My first job with St. Mary’s was an entry level clinical position. From there, I moved through the clinical ladder and into Business Development and Physician...

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...

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...