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On Sept. 1, Southern Hills Christian Church of Edmond will begin serving breakfast on Saturdays from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. The breakfast will be served... [Read More]
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Former Oklahoma State Senator, AJ Griffin, has joined Paycom as its director of government affairs. In this role, she will be responsible for advocating public... [Read More]
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Coffee Creek Homeowners Association, along with a few homeowners, have filed a lawsuit against the developer of the Coffee Creek Golf Course to protect the... [Read More]
Thirst for a Cause, an annual event started in 2009, will continue its 10th year Wednesday, Aug. 15 when more than 40 vintners from all... [Read More]
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Troy Gobble, school administrator and author, shares his experiences leading one of the nation's highest achieving secondary schools, located in the suburban Chicago area. Gobble... [Read More]
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Community responding to international students program or CRISP is a program through the University of Central Oklahoma that brings students and the families of Edmond... [Read More]
Gene Bray passed away 2018-08-12 in Lawton, Oklahoma. This is the full obituary story where you can express condolences and share memories. Services by Becker... [Read More]
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After some preseason publications predicted North would struggle in their district play, the Lady Huskies jolted out of the season's starting gates at the Broken... [Read More]
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The struggle for African American civil rights took a giant leap forward at lunch counters across the nation. Black youth walked into drug stores, sat... [Read More]
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The Oklahoma City Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge is honored to announce that Lt. Col. Allen B. West, (USA ret.) will be the... [Read More]
Employees of Paycom Software, Inc. recently presented the Anna's House Foundation with an employee- and employer-combined donation of $10,000. Employees raised funds during Paycom's Customer... [Read More]
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The Oklahoma Eagles ELite Basketball team won the Gold Ball at the Oklahoma Tournament of Champions Played at Solid Rock Gymnasium in Edmond this weekend.... [Read More]
The University of Central Oklahoma is receiving votes in the 2018 American Football Coaches Association Preseason Top 25 announced Monday. [Read More]
More than 800 Oklahoma coaches from 238 communities including Edmond teamed up with mentoring organizations across the state to participate in the fourth annual Oklahoma... [Read More]
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The City of Edmond has closed Thomas Road going north from W. Danforth Road in Edmond and that means changes for Edmond North High School... [Read More]
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Best of Books has announced an upcoming writer's workshop hosted by local author, Constance Squires. [Read More]
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Becky Archibald and Tami Shaw, educators from Edmond School District 12, recently joined more than 100 fellow educators from around the world for the 2018... [Read More]
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After rain delayed last week's home-opener against Edmond Santa Fe, Deer Creek's Lady Antlers softball team opened their season in the Broken Arrow Tournament when... [Read More]
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Sarah London, with the City of Edmond, is the featured Downtown Edmond Business Association member of the month. [Read More]
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Rodney Anderson and Marquise Brown — two of Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley's most electric offensive players — are being evaluated as potential kick or punt... [Read More]
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