Keep your eyes up
We’re coming up on severe weather season in Oklahoma. That means we will be turning our eyes to the sky often when bad weather threatens.
Letter: Be proud of our local library
During my personal visits to Enid’s library, I have always experienced courteous and efficient assistance from its staff.
Bare facts: Could you survive the elements?
Now, old Noah, he was tough. His story is now on the big screen in the Russell Crowe opus of the same name. Not only did Noah build the ark and save man- and animal-kind from the great flood, but he fathered three kids after he turned 500. Now that’s tough.
Michael Jerome Cade earns Carnegie Medal for heroically rescuing woman
Michael Jerome Cade was shot in the head twice in the rescue. He now works as a civilian security forces member at Vance Air Force Base.
The last stand
Modesty was not any part of the George Armstrong Custer character.
Closing of NORCE could take place much sooner
We don’t see the Legislature doing anything to change the situation. There was talk before the session of lawmakers — mostly the Enid contingent — trying to come up with legislation to keep at least NORCE open. But, given Gov. Mary Fallin’s insistence on closing both facilities, we believe it’s time to admit there will be no chance of keeping NORCE open.
Politics is not for the faint of heart
Running for office takes time, money and organization, none of which I have in abundance.
In truth, I wouldn’t have the first idea about how to run a political campaign.
Awareness raised about academic challenges of low-performing schools
In Oklahoma public schools with at least three-fourths of students from low-income households, about half of those didn’t make significant improvement over the past year, according to an Oklahoma Watch analysis of recent state test results.
Letter: Make Oakwood Mall an asset, not a liability
The mall, with its controlled climate, brings in a lot of shoppers from the Enid area. Without this incentive, they will go to other towns that have malls. Enid’s sales volume and tax revenue will go down.
Don’t lay trash in your polycart and keep it green
Solid Waste Supervisor Sara Del Angel said “anything green” is fair game — that includes grass clippings, weeds, vines, leaves and even branches.
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