Page Added to City Website for Trails Program; Pine Street to Close for Repairs

City of Enid

ENID, OK (January 5, 2012) - All paths lead to progress in Enid and you can watch it as it happens. A page has been added to the City of Enid website which exhibits the progress of the new Master Trails Project. The page is complete with pictures and captions to help citizens orient themselves with the first two phases of the project. As more phases are complete, more pictures and descriptions will be added to the page. To see progress on the Master Trails Project, please visit www.enid.org/enidtrails

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ENID, OK (January 6, 2012) -  Beginning January 9, 2011, Pine St. at the intersection at 3rd St. will close due to concrete resurfacing. Work is expected to take one week, weather permitting.

Motorists are urged to use an alternate route and to use extreme caution whenever entering any construction zone.


Author: Mark Keefer

Mark was born not in Enid, America but rather Okeene. At a very young age, his family transplanted to Enid and he has lived his entire life here except for a 4 year stint in the Kansas City area. As a child, he watched as the T-37s and T-38s roar over head. He smelled Champlin Refinery in all of its glory and later saw the glow in the sky from the fire. He remembers the sight of wheat trucks hauling in the harvest to some of the world's largest grain elevators. He attended Tri-State back when it was more than a one hour event and the carnival wasn't "over there by the pool hall." Yes, Mark is a true Northwest Oklahoma. Mark strongly believes in Enid's potential and is currently raising his family here based on that belief. He also still believes in Santa Claus so take that for what it's worth Fun Fact: Mark hopes one day to be inducted into the mythical "City Fathers" club in Enid.

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