To the community of Enid:
I would like to thank all of the people for their caring love and support the day of my son’s funeral (SSG Clint Storey). I was so overwhelmed.
I’d also like to thank all of those who sent flowers, cards and letters of condolence. They were comforting and very much appreciated. I’m very proud of our community, my son would be also.
Thanks to the high school students who I heard ran the protesters out of town.
A special thanks to Enid businesses for their support and contribution, Enid Cemetery, Pellow Monuments, Plants-a-Plenty, Huffman Floral, Davis Park, Moto Photo, Central Christian and Emmanuel Churches, Enid News & Eagle, Channel 9 and 4 for the great coverage.
A very special thanks to Matt and the Henninger Allen staff, Virgil Sanders (military xoordinator), Doris and the entire Wal-Mart staff, the VVA, the Patriot Riders, and last but not east, Elaine Johns of Woodring Airport. Thanks Enid for everything.
Carolyn Storey Inherst
To the community of Enid:
Bringing Broadway back to life
Back in 2012, we hoped the third time would be the charm for the historic Broadway Tower after an investment group announced plans to rehabilitation Enid’s iconic building.
Photographs allow us to travel through time
Perhaps no form of human communication has changed so much in recent decades than photography.
We hear a lot of gloom and doom about small-town Oklahoma.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 7-29-14
WILL ROGERS FINDS A COMMENT IN THE DAY’S NEWS FROM EUROPE
Gambling with nature
Farmers are gamblers.
I think, therefore I am shocked at how some people think
I like thinking. I spend a lot of time thinking. In fact, I get paid for it.
When you think about it, writing is merely semi-organized thinking. The rest is just typing.
Thinking is hard work. Really. Even when you are not thinking about working.
Paul Woodward is named presiding judge of 18-county northwest administrative district
Woodward was appointed special district judge in 2007 and elected district judge in 2010.
God is a covenant God, my friends
My sister started singing, “Bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gona do when they come for you?” Not funny, Donna! On top of that, my sons-in-law, all of them, just happened to be driving by. Well, this is one opportunity they won’t soon forget.
Kudos: Grateful for those who put me in contact with Mission Enid
Everyone involved had great-attitudes and never complained, even on the hottest day.
America: Braving the ‘Dirty 30s’
The stories I most remember are of my dad and his parents enduring the Great Depression of the 1930s.
It seems they lived right in the heart of the Dust Bowl as it savaged the Southern Plains, making the Great Depression all the more overwhelming for those who endured.
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