Building on Tradition is a special section that will publish in the Enid News & Eagle for eight Sundays in February, March and April 2019. 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. This section, which published Feb. 24, 2019, focuses on Northwest Oklahoma, its residents, businesses and parks.
Other sections include:
• Building on Tradition: Agriculture & Energy, March 31, 2019
• Building on Tradition: Faith, April 7, 2019
• Building on Tradiiton: Community Service, April 14, 2019
"I think we’ve had a very weird pattern of weather ... that has caused the numbers to fall a little bit." — Colby Wyatt, administrative officer, Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge
The relationship between Little Sahara State Park and the city of Waynoka continues to be mutually beneficial, as this year two “duner” events will involve both the park and downtown.
As of Feb. 13 this year, the lake’s pool elevation was at 1,615.77 feet, according to Army Corps of Engineers. The normal elevation for Canton Lake is 1,615.40 feet.
"I want them (Hennessey students) to be able to tell a story in 60 seconds." — Patrick Courtney, Hennessey Public Schools
A German man isn’t what one expects to find in a little Northwest Oklahoma town, unless they’ve already been told about Dorner, which is often the case.
Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority provides wholesale electricity to 42 towns and cities in western and northwestern Oklahoma.
The Northwest Oklahoma Alliance has plenty to say for the region, its resources and its people, chairwoman Melissa Washmon said, and they say it often.