Reflections by John Cromwell
John Cromwell was born just before World War II and lives in Enid. He is a small business owner and operator who earned a bachelor of arts degree in history and philosophy from the University of Oklahoma. He is a self-described "passionate reader of history and public affairs."
On Another Note by AJ Shorter
AJ Shorter graduated from Enid High School, class of 1972, and married Debbie Martin, class of 1974. He helped you find your favorite music at Jack's Records and Tapes for 10 years and then helped you find your favorite books at Waldenbooks for 10 years. He hasn't done much since and you can read all about it here.
Historically Speaking by David Christy
David Christy is news editor at the News & Eagle and a third-generation journalist, having worked at newspapers for half a century since age 12, including 28 years as editor of the award-winning weekly Oklahoma Hornet in Waukomis, which was in the Christy family for 52 years; a 27-year retired volunteer firefighter/EMT; and both a Confederate and Union infantry Civil War living history re-enactor for the past quarter century. Christy writes a weekly column titled "Historically Speaking."
Too Much to Lose by Violet Hassler
Violet Hassler is digital communciations coordinator for Enid News & Eagle. Her blog title stems from a play on words concerning the precious nature of life and liberty.
#intern by Megan Deaton
Megan Deaton is a summer intern at the Enid News & Eagle through Enid Summer Achievers Program, which matches college applicants with positions in their desired career fields throughout the city.