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Oklahoma City-area community briefs
Oklahoma City-area community briefs for May 28. Read More
Edmond Exchange
The Edmond City Council has approved site plans to renovate a historic building just west of downtown into a restaurant and a bar. Read More
Edmond Public Schools names new associate superintendent
Ruthie Riggs was appointed as associate superintendent of educational services during a special meeting of the Edmond School Board. Read More
Edmond woman graduates from U.S. Naval Academy
Jacqueline Kennedye, of Edmond, has completed four years of academic, physical and professional military training, graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy on Friday. She is a graduate of Mount St. Mary High School in Oklahoma City. Read More
Hotel, conference center may have $5.7M impact on Edmond
Edmond leaders, developers and others gathered Thursday on 7.5 acres of land to celebrate the long-awaited start of construction of the 100,000-square-foot Hilton Garden Inn and 20,000-square-foot conference center on the northwest corner of Covell Road and Interstate 35. The new hotel and conference center is... Read More
Parties Extra!---Helen Ford Wallace, Vicki Clark Gourley, Joan Gilmore, Peggy Gandy talk about Oklahoma City parties!
Helen Ford Wallace, Vicki Clark Gourley, Joan Gilmore, Peggy Gandy talk about parties on Parties Extra! [brightcove]4908233293001[/brightcove] Read More
Edmond Santa Fe seniors embark on future adventures
Members of the Edmond Santa Fe High School class of 2016 have ended their high school careers and are starting new adventures in their lives. Read More
Oklahoma City-area pet adoption options
Ty, a 1-year-old, 60-pound Alaskan husky, is the featured adoptable pet at the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter for May 26.. Read More
Oklahoma City-area community news in brief
Oklahoma City-area community news in brief for May 26. Read More
No looking back: Heard on Hurd in Edmond brings out record-setting 22,000 people in May
Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd drew record numbers in May, with 22,000 people enjoying food, shopping and music. Since March, Heard on Hurd has generated more than $1.5 million in economic impact from 60,000 visitors, organizers said. Read More





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