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Shoppers Out In Droves In Downtown Enid

Shoppers Out In Droves In Downtown Enid

Holiday shoppers were out in droves in downtown Enid following the Thanksgiving holiday. Whether looking for something unique or eclectic or checking names off a Christmas shopping list, shoppers were hitting downtown shops during Lights Up the Plains festivities and...

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Census Count Important to Enid and State

Census Count Important to Enid and State

Community leaders, organizers and stakeholders met Wednesday afternoon to discuss the importance of the 2020 census and to brainstorm to get every person in the county counted. Enid Regional Development Alliance Executive Director Lisa Powell welcomed those in the...

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New Apartments Planned Near NOC and NWOSU-Enid

New Apartments Planned Near NOC and NWOSU-Enid

Eli Berry envisions an apartment complex that isn't quite like anything else available in Enid. Plans may not be drawn up yet, but they are in motion. "There's not a similar project right now," the Enid-based developer and apartment manager said. "There's not one...

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November Newsletter from our Executive Director

November Newsletter from our Executive Director

Fall is my favorite time of the year. It seems that as soon as November rolls around, the world takes on a different attitude. People seem a little more generous and a little more in tune with the important things in life. This is the season of Thanksgiving…and every...

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NWOSU On ‘Cutting Edge’ with New VR Lab

NWOSU On ‘Cutting Edge’ with New VR Lab

Empathy comes from experience, and in a field like social work, there are few qualities more necessary, according to Jennifer Pribble. As director of field experience for Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Enid's social work department, it's Pribble's...

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