Photo slideshow: Preserving memories
Wess and Jolene Gray have begun a project at their photography business they think will preserve the memory of some of those people in businesses that won’t be around much longer, or trades that are dying out or going through massive changes. Wess said the photos are a way of preserving some occupations that don’t exist anymore. A photo is a memento that will trigger a memory, and Wess said people need something to take them away from the cares of the day. Here are a few of his photographs that hang on the wall of their photography studio.
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Guns on campus : Lawmakers to study controversial issue
“It defies common sense to think campus would be safer because we have more weapons on campus." ~ Michael Robinson, Oklahoma State University’s chief public safety officer
Saturday at Enid Farmers Market, summer will be going to the dogs
The fifth annual Dog Days of Summer will be 8-11 a.m. at the market, located on the corner of Grand and Garriott.
Logan’s last day: Children’s librarian retiring after 20 years
A well-known and much-loved librarian is retiring this week.
FLY Film Festival kicks off Friday at Five80 Coffeehouse
This weekend the feature-length film will be in Enid at the FLY Film Festival. The festival kicks off at noon Friday with lunch at Five80 Coffehouse. Screenings and workshops continue through Sunday at several locations.
Enid’s Midwest Music will host middle school summer band camp
David Toelle said holding summer band at Midwest makes for convenience.
“If they need a book or a reed, they can get one there,” Toelle said.
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- Leona Mitchell inducted into Oklahoma African-American Hall of Fame
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Witness: More Oklahoma City bombing videos may exist
Former Oklahoma City police officer Don Browning testified Wednesday he saw FBI agents taking cameras off the federal building.
Oklahoma State suspends fraternity for 2 years
A deferred suspension allowed the Greek organization to remain as an active group on campus as long as it completed a number of requirements.
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