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Edmond Enterprise

Edmond Enterprise

The Edmond Enterprise was a 10-page newspaper serving Oklahoma County, particularly the community of Edmond. Titles in this collection include the Edmond Enterprise and the Edmond Enterprise and Oklahoma County News.

The Edmond Sun-Democrat

The Edmond Sun-Democrat

The Edmond Sun was founded by Milton W. Reynolds in 1889. Titles in this collection include The Edmond Sun, The Edmond Democrat, The Edmond Oklahoma Sun, and The Edmond Sun-Democrat.

The El Reno Democrat

The El Reno Democrat

The El Reno Democrat, first known as the Oklahoma Democrat, was started in 1891 by Extus Leroy Gay and William A. Clute. The El Reno Daily Democrat was published by the Democrat Publishing Company in El Reno, Oklahoma and claimed to be the official city and county newspaper.

Eldorado Courier

Eldorado Courier

The Eldorado Courier was published and edited by James Edwin Kelly in 1903 on a weekly basis. James Edwin Kelly purchased the original Eldorado Courier in 1903 and combined it with Eldorado Light to make up the current periodical. The Eldorado Courier is still being printed to this day in Eldorado, Oklahoma.

Enid Eagle

Enid Eagle

The Enid Daily Eagle was published from 1901 until 1989 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma. It began in September of 1901 and was published on a daily basis with the exception of Saturdays and Sundays by Eagle Printing and Publishing Company. Weekly editions are the Enid Eagle (1901-1905) and Enid Weekly Eagle (1905-~1908). Daily editions are The Enid Daily Eagle and the Enid Eagle.

The Enid Echo

The Enid Echo

The Enid Echo was established in 1899-1900 in Enid, Oklahoma.

Enid Weekly Wave

Enid Weekly Wave

The Enid Weekly Wave was started by J. L. Isenburg, the editor and publisher, in 1893. The Wave was the first substantial paper in Enid.