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Many of us will be off work Monday as we celebrate the holiday marking the anniversary of the birth of civil rights giant Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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We encourage everyone who can to contact OBI’s Enid Donor Center, 301 E. Cherokee, to schedule an appointment. You can call (580) 233-9323, go online at obi.org or call (877) 340-8777 to schedule an appointment.

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If you would like to support Shepherd’s Cupboard, donations can be made in care of Christ UMC, 2418 W. Randolph, Enid, OK 73703. To sign up for services with Shepherd’s Cupboard, call Pam Howard at (580) 484-0774.

We like how this all came together, and we like that city officials sought input from local skaters — the ones who are going to be using the park the most.

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We are pretty confident in venturing to guess that not many people will be sorry now that we’ve left 2020 behind.

In those days, a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be enrolled. This was the first enrollment, when Quirinius was governor of Syria. And all went to be enrolled, each to his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, from the city of Nazareth, to Judea, to t…

An editorial about Santa that appeared in the New York Sun in 1897, one of the world’s most famous, was written by Francis Pharcellus Church, an assistant to the paper’s editor. The editorial remains appropriate for this holiday season and is reprinted here.

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Another big part of Enid’s future is taking shape on the southwest side of Enid, and it is sure to provide dividends for our community for many years to come.

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Even as the number of COVID-19 cases in Oklahoma continue to increase, health officials are reminding residents that it’s time to deal with influenza.

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Enid now has a mask mandate, which requires — with many exceptions — that people wear a face covering consistent with CDC guidelines in any indoor location.

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Please tell us about people in Northwest Oklahoma who have done an extraordinary job of helping others. Email the names of such individuals and a short description of what they’ve done to editor@enidnews.com with “GOOD News” in the subject line.

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Enid Lights Up the Plains, our community’s kickoff of the Christmas season, will be Friday night.

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For all these blessings, and the myriad of others that have been bestowed upon us in this, the richest, freest and most powerful nation on earth, we should be thankful.

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We want to welcome Cornish-Pitman back to Garfield County Sheriff’s Office. We look forward to see what she and Rink have in store for the office.

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