Spring can be a fun time, especially when people follow state laws and city ordinances
Kids will be out riding their bikes, people will be out jogging and walking — all in the name of exercise and having fun.
Newspaper reporters join birds, fish on endangered species list
Oh great, now my chosen profession has been labeled endangered. That means my colleagues and I are in the same category with, say, the black abalone, the greater adjutant and the Rio Grande silvery minnow, all species that have been labeled endangered.
Growing Enid needs to take its recycling one step further
OES (Oklahoma Employment Services) Information Destruction and Material Recovery, a facility owned and operated by the Department of Human Services, is staffed by developmentally disabled DHS clients. It operates in partnership with the city of Enid, which owns some of the equipment there.
Do pets a favor: Annual vaccination clinic slated for Sunday afternoon
It makes sense to have your pet vaccinated for rabies. For one, it can save you pet’s life if it happens to get bitten by a wild animal or another unvaccinated pet. It also can protect you in the event your pet bites someone.
- Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 4-10-2014
The lip-smackin’, finger-lickin’ great People’s Choice event starts at 6 p.m. Friday on the west side of Convention Hall.
Baseball is a game of numbers.
Enid must be doing something right.
Will Rogers Daily Telegrams 4-8-14
ROGERS KNOWS HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE YOUR RADIO GO BAD
Darrell Floyd takes over as Enid Public Schools superintendent
As we said, Floyd is stepping into a good situation, but not one without challenges.
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