OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, a statewide charitable organization that recognizes and encourages academic excellence in Oklahoma’s public schools, has announced the addition of 12 new members to its Board of Trustees.

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Joey Lehmann campaigning for Sophomore STUCO Rep.

Joey Lehmann campaigning for Sophomore STUCO Rep.

The Edmond Public Schools (EPS) Foundation has asked for the community’s support to spread school spirit and cheer for the 2020 seniors.

The Edmond Public Schools (EPS) Foundation has asked for the community’s support to spread school spirit and cheer for the 2020 seniors.

The City of Edmond continues to have limited information concerning the impact of COVID-19 on the city’s revenue stream. The most recent sales tax reimbursement period from the state includes the last two weeks of February and the first two weeks of March, said Larry Stevens, city manager.

The City of Edmond continues to have limited information concerning the impact of COVID-19 on the city’s revenue stream. The most recent sales tax reimbursement period from the state includes the last two weeks of February and the first two weeks of March, said Larry Stevens, city manager.

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One of the good things to come out of the COVID-19-induced lockdown is time. A slower pace, a chance to meet the people living in our houses, and most importantly, the return of the cocktail hour with the enthusiasm of Mad Men.

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As of today’s Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) advisory, there have now been 3,748 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 130 positive cases from yesterday’s report of 3,618.

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As of today’s Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) advisory, there have now been 3,748 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 130 positive cases from yesterday’s report of 3,618.

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Beginning on Tuesday, May 5, Sorghum Mill Road will close to all traffic at the railroad crossing for quiet zone improvements. This work is expected to last approximately three weeks with cooperative weather.

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The University of Central Oklahoma is ranked as a top institution for Bachelor of Science in Community/Public Health according to a recent national ranking by GradReports. Central ranked five out of 25 and is the only higher education institution in the state recognized on the list. 

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EDMOND, Okla. — When banker Jill Castilla reached out to American billionaire, entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban, she got an answer. Castilla, CEO of Citizens Bank worked with Cuban to start a local program to loan money to individuals expecting government stimulus checks, giving them ins…

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EDMOND, Okla. — When banker Jill Castilla reached out to American billionaire, entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban, she got an answer. Castilla, CEO of Citizens Bank worked with Cuban to start a local program to loan money to individuals expecting government stimulus checks, giving them ins…

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A shooting took place today at the Guthrie Walmart. According to two eyewitnesses at the scene, the altercation started outside of the store. The suspect is now in police custody. More information will be reported as it is available.

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A shooting took place today at the Guthrie Walmart. According to two eyewitnesses at the scene, the altercation started outside of the store. The suspect is now in police custody. More information will be reported as it is available.

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Beginning on Tuesday, May 5, Sorghum Mill Road will close to all traffic at the railroad crossing for quiet zone improvements. This work is expected to last approximately three weeks with cooperative weather.

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The University of Central Oklahoma is ranked as a top institution for Bachelor of Science in Community/Public Health according to a recent national ranking by GradReports. Central ranked five out of 25 and is the only higher education institution in the state recognized on the list. 

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Coach Trevor Davis was driving our bus down I-235 on our way to Oklahoma City University where we were scheduled to play Millwood in the first game of the 3A boys state tournament at 2:00 pm when we began to see the posts on social media about a possible postponement. I told our boys to stay…

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Coach Trevor Davis was driving our bus down I-235 on our way to Oklahoma City University where we were scheduled to play Millwood in the first game of the 3A boys state tournament at 2:00 pm when we began to see the posts on social media about a possible postponement. I told our boys to stay…

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OKLAHOMA CITY – State Reps. Nicole Miller (R-Edmond), Marilyn Stark (R-Bethany) and Tammy West (R-Oklahoma City) on Tuesday delivered meals and gift bags to health care workers from the Oklahoma City/County Health Department who were conducting testing for COVID-19 at the Oklahoma State Fair…

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In early March Jessica Harraman, a first-grade teacher at West Field Elementary and product of Edmond Public Schools, was named the 2020 Edmond Teacher of the Year. Six weeks later, her world (and that of every teacher in the district) turned upside down when the Oklahoma State Department of…

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Sgt. Chad George is a paramedic with the Edmond Fire Department. His duties also include fire code inspections, fire investigations, and public education as a Fire Prevention Specialist. He is someone you should know.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – State Reps. Nicole Miller (R-Edmond), Marilyn Stark (R-Bethany) and Tammy West (R-Oklahoma City) on Tuesday delivered meals and gift bags to health care workers from the Oklahoma City/County Health Department who were conducting testing for COVID-19 at the Oklahoma State Fair…

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In early March Jessica Harraman, a first-grade teacher at West Field Elementary and product of Edmond Public Schools, was named the 2020 Edmond Teacher of the Year. Six weeks later, her world (and that of every teacher in the district) turned upside down when the Oklahoma State Department of…

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EDMOND, Okla. — Christy Nix can’t miss work. That means her young children can’t stay home. And that means that if it weren’t for her child care provider, Nix’s patients would not be getting the physical therapy they desperately need.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Rachel Cannon, an Oklahoma native and actress, moved to Edmond last year to be closer to family and to advance the state’s film industry. Her plans include elevating Oklahoma’s foundation for film and TV.

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EDMOND, Okla. — The Edmond City Council approved a resolution to revise its declaration of emergency regarding COVID-19 to be effective on Friday and reopen personal care businesses. The vote was 5-0.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted commerce across the country and left small business owners searching for solutions to financial and personnel questions they have never before been confronted with.

As a former classroom teacher of 30 years, I have been concerned about the students and their virtual learning, especially when there are no assignments turned in and no tests taken and graded to see how much a student is being taught and retaining.

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Due to Covid-19 quarantine precautions, family members haven’t been able to visit their loved ones in the assisted living area at Villagio of Bradford Village for more than a month. For family members with their loved ones living on the 2nd floor, they haven’t even been able to wave through …

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