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Expert: Small, large businesses face cyberattacks

Expert: Small, large businesses face cyberattacks

ENID, Okla. — Cybercriminals are a threat to small and large businesses. Mark Barnett, IT project manager for Oklahoma Small Business Development Center, gave that sobering assessment in a talk about cybersecurity during Enid Regional Development Alliance’s quarterly...

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Local Sales Tax Revenue Up

Local Sales Tax Revenue Up

Enid has had six straight months of positive sales tax revenue, up 7.62% for August, according to figures from the Oklahoma Tax Commission. With year-to-date revenue in the city up 3.14%, Enid is seeing a relief from the COVID-19 pandemic while residents continue to...

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Census Results Opens Doors for More Economic Growth

Census Results Opens Doors for More Economic Growth

The 2020 U.S. Census population numbers were released recently showing a 3.9% increase in Enid, putting us nicely over the 50,000 mark at 51,308. Passing the threshold of 50,000 people classifies Enid as a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and as the ninth-largest...

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Groendyke named Inbound Logistics Top 100 Trucker

Groendyke named Inbound Logistics Top 100 Trucker

Inbound Logistics has named Groendyke Transport as a 2021 Top 100 Trucker. With headquarters in Enid, Groendyke Transport is one of the largest tank truck carriers in the nation with 40 locations nationwide servicing the United States, Canada and Mexico. Groendyke...

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Select Oklahoma Launches New Website

Select Oklahoma Launches New Website

OKLAHOMA – Select Oklahoma is excited to announce the launch of our organization’s new website www.selectoklahoma.us .     The goal for the new website is provide information about the organization, as well as guiding new business opportunities to the Oklahoma...

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Vance piloting new training program

Vance Air Force Base continues to be a small base with global impact. As Vance turns out hundreds of pilots per year, base leaders remain loyal to their mission to deliver the world’s best pilots. Col. Jay A. Johnson, 71st Flying Training Wing commander at Vance,...

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Maverick wind farm now serving PSO customers

Maverick wind farm now serving PSO customers

TULSA, OK, Sept. 10, 2021 – The second of three new wind facilities serving Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) customers has begun commercial operation. Located southwest of Enid, the 287-megawatt (MW) Maverick facility is part of the 1,485-MW North Central...

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Used bookstore to reopen at new downtown location

Used bookstore to reopen at new downtown location

Old Soul Used and Antique Books moving into a larger space was bound to happen at some point. But owners Jim and Katrina Maughn had no idea they’d be expanding their used bookstore within two months of opening nearby. “We were just outgrowing it,” Katrina said....

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