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The next two days are officially fall break in Enid and Northwest Oklahoma, and with the weather expected to be pretty nice, many families may be contemplating things to do with the kids.

The first Hope Summit in the state of Oklahoma saw more than 350 Enid and area residents attend to learn about the impact of hope on a community, as well as how to measure that impact.

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It has been suggested by other Facebook insiders that a first step would be Facebook giving its own researchers more power to stand up to executives regarding their research findings, and the company being more transparent about that research.

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Sure, some social media may provide a few tidbits of news, or perhaps a community might have a local blogger or two to follow. But those alternatives often provide a very small or skewed attempt at news coverage and don’t replace what newspapers provide — journalists educated in their craft, watchdog journalism and editors dedicated to vetting information before publishing it and with institutional knowledge of the history of a community.

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ENE Associate Editor Kevin Hassler and Presentation Editor Joe Malan

The Enid News & Eagle is proud of the journalists serving our coverage area. In honor of their work, the News & Eagle will be publishing information about each of our reporters and editors during this week.

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ENE Digital News Coordinator Violet Hassler and News Editor David Christy

The Enid News & Eagle is proud of the journalists serving our coverage area. In honor of their work, the News & Eagle will be publishing information about each of our reporters and editors during this week.

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“If this nation is to be wise as well as strong, if we are to achieve our destiny, then we need more new ideas for more wise men reading more good books in more public libraries. These libraries should be open to all—except the censor. We must know all the facts and hear all the alternatives…

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When it comes to Enid Public Schools’ quarantine policy for COVID-19 exposure, it appears the district is between the proverbial rock and a hard place.

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While the proposed request by Gov. Kevin Stitt for an investigative audit of the Oklahoma State Department of Education likely has a few political layers to it, it still probably is a good idea for such an audit to occur.

September is National Suicide Prevention month. It’s an opportunity for mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies and community members to unite to promote suicide prevention awareness.

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The new Flight and Space Class that will be offered to seventh- and eighth-graders at all three Enid middle schools next spring is a great example of natural partnership between Vance Air Force Base and the local school district.

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If you’re a business leader, a nonprofit leader, a faith leader, a community leader or if you simply have an interest in helping our community become a hope-centered community, this would be an opportunity to network and collaborate with other Enid community leaders.

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The idea of a “working man’s holiday,” celebrated on the first Monday in September, actually resulted from worker revolts at the height of the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Workers were upset with poor working conditions, 12-hour days and seven-day weeks that barely earned them…

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Scammers are everywhere. They are tricky, they are innovative. They can make it seem like they or the company they supposedly are calling from are legitimate.

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Enid Young Professionals is an organization that accomplishes those goals. EYP provides an outlet for young professionals to network, learn about and from each other and learn how they fit into improving the quality of life in Enid.

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A new state law that went into effect last week allowing restaurants to offer “to-go” alcoholic beverages to their customers under certain conditions left many local restaurateurs scratching their heads.

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There are so many in our community and region who do good works, who help people and who make a difference in the lives of others. And, then there are those who do all those things, but in addition, they truly are a community icon.

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