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.
Edmond Police have accused a man and woman, both of Oklahoma City, of possession of drug paraphernalia, and misdemeanor possession of another person’s debit card.
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.
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…
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.
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.
This Week's Circulars
Dorothy Jeanette Simpson (80) of Noble, passed away on June 3, 2020 at her home. Services are pending with McMahans Funeral Home of Noble.
Benjamin Taylor Laws (80) of Noble, passed away May 31, 2020. Services 1:00 pm Saturday June 6, at Norman First Assembly of God Church with interment following at the Fairview Maguire Cemetery. Directed by McMahans Funeral Home of Noble, OK.
Bluford Ivan "Pete" Kirby (90) of Noble, passed away on June 2, 2020 at the Norman Veterans Center. Graveside Services will be 10:00 am Friday June 5, at the Noble IOOF Cemetery. Directed by McMahans Funeral Home of Noble.
- Riots erupt overnight in Oklahoma City in protest of George Floyd incident
- Moore Public Schools Superintendent named OASA superintendent of the year
- NPS names principals at 3 elementary schools
- Local residents holding peaceful protest at 2 p.m. at Andrews Park
- Violence continues Sunday night in downtown OKC
- Some Epic students transfer out
- Column: OU football provides a refuge from the world, but I sought Nick Basquine for understanding
- State to stop publishing detailed COVID-19 data
- Framework released for Oklahoma schools opening amid outbreak
- Second day of Oklahoma City protesting shares unified message