2020 Vision is a special section that will publish in the Enid News & Eagle for eight Sundays in February, March and April 2020. The section is designed to feature individuals, businesses and organizations in Enid and Northwest Oklahoma that work every day for the betterment of the region and its residents.
Coming to Enid in 1993, weeks before the Land Run of 1893 centennial, I fell in love with the heritage. I started as Enid News & Eagle education, legislative and business reporter, was promoted to news editor in 1999 and currently am digital coordinator.
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Despite Oklahoma Bible Academy's size, the school's art program ranks among the top in the state, and it continues to get better with support from parents and patrons and a talented pool of students.
The largest project in the overall bond issue, the construction of the new competition gymnasium and performing arts center at Enid High School, is scheduled for an open house and ribbon cutting in April.
Enid Public Schools continues to expand its Great Expectations program, which aims to instill a uniform culture of excellence across the district’s classrooms.
This Week's Circulars
SEILING - You will be able to watch a stream of the service on our Facebook page, Shaw and Redinger Funeral Homes at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 29, 2020, from the First Christian Church, Seiling.
March 18, 1960 - March 27, 2020 Due to current circumstances regarding public gatherings, a private immediate family graveside service for Terry Robert Cooper, 60, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at Hennessey Cemetery officiated by Rev. Chris Gordon. Arrangements are by C…
August 13, 1923 - March 28, 2020 Wilma Evans, age 96, of Enid, passed from this life on March 28, 2020. Service arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home. Wilma was born to John Day and Mamie (Alcorn) Day in rural Grant County, Okla. She was preceded in death by her …
- UPDATED: Enid woman dies in Monday morning accident
- Mayor issues stay-at-home order, closes some businesses
- State superintendent will recommend school buildings remain closed
- UPDATE: State deaths nearly double as more than 50 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Oklahoma
- Businesses closing in 19 targeted counties, elderly must stay home
- OSDH: Deaths up to 3 as positive COVID-19 cases jump to 106 in Oklahoma
- Police investigating early Monday shooting
- Lockdown begins; essential services open
- Schools officially shuttered for rest of year; online lessons start April 6
- Ponca City man battling COVID-19