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EDMOND, Okla. — Most of the elected members to the House of Representatives during the last election cycle are sensible political moderates rather than being extreme liberals as often characterized, Congresswoman Kendra Horn said Wednesday.

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A well-known face at the Edmond Senior Center, Betty Windsor helped open the new facility and has served as a daily greeter for seniors eating lunch there each day. She is someone you should know.

If you are planning travel outside of the country, AAA Oklahoma is trying to help make it easier for those needing new passports or renewal of expired ones. 

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NORMAN — Former University of Oklahoma student Grace Scorsone of Edmond has served as a volunteer mentor for the Boren Mentoring Initiative, providing academic support and encouragement to Reese, a Norman student.

Oklahoma County residents of all ages are invited to compete in the 105th annual Oklahoma County Free Fair. The Free Fair will get underway at the Oklahoma State Fair Park Aug. 22 -24, 2019, with its competitions, special activities and Horse Show.

The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) is proud to announce the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden placed second in the online public voting contest highlighting inclusive, family-friendly volunteer activities at AZA-accredited facilities. The OKC Zoo will receive a $10,000 conserva…

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EDMOND, Okla. — State Sen. Adam Pugh often hears from young military families and others that if Edmond is going to attract young families and entrepreneurs to live in the community, then the city must be more flexible with housing.

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The Edmond Dog Park pond is temporarily closed due to concerns with blue-green algae in the area. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation staff inspected the pond on Wednesday and found a small amount of the bacteria in the pond. With that information, city staff has decided to close th…

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A stolen truck prompted the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Monday morning in a dangerous pursuit leading to the suspect’s arrest in Edmond. 

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The City of Edmond did not violate the constitutional rights of the late Isaiah Mark Lewis in the police shooting that left the 17-year-old boy fatally wounded on April 29, contends attorney Taylor Clark in representing the city in Federal Court. (Editor's Note: This story has been updated.)

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Edmond Police responded to a report of a child and an adult that was bitten by a Pit Bull dog shortly after 2 p.m. today in the 400 block of Manor Park Ave., Sgt. James Hamm said.

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A lot of credit for Edmond’s visual appeal goes to David Hornbeek, principal with Hornbeek Blatt Architects. He is someone you should know.

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Police are seeking information regarding the suspect of an armed robbery with a dangerous weapon that occurred at 10 p.m. Monday, July 15, at Family Dollar, located at 840 W. Edmond Rd. 

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EDMOND — Take a drive up Durango Way in the Olde Edmond neighborhood and there’s one house you can’t miss. Not for the two-story, red-brick Georgian design with dormers protruding from the gabled roof, nor for the lush landscaping or the basketball hoop in the driveway. What’s sure to draw y…

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An Edmond woman was injured in a two-vehicle collision at 4:16 p.m. Friday on SH51 approximately two miles west of SH74, and two miles south of the town of Marshall in Logan County.

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Beginning Monday, Aug. 5, residents and visitors to the community will be able to rent and ride electric scooters in Edmond. The Lime company will provide 150 scooters for rent.

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DEL CITY — On Friday, Aug. 2, Oklahoma's Fifth Congressional District candidates Stephanie Bice, Terry Neese, Merideth Vansant, and Michael Ballard will be speaking to Republican voters and activists at the Del City Community Center during a public event hosted by the Oklahoma County, Pottaw…

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The Oklahoma Caring Vans provide all immunizations required by Oklahoma law for enrollment in schools or child care facilities. Services are provided at no charge to children, aged six weeks through 18 years, who qualify; this includes children who are uninsured, Medicaid eligible or America…

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Jeremy Thomas will host “Jeremy Thomas Quartet Feat. Mike Mitchell” at the UCO Jazz Lab on at 8:30 p.m. Aug. 9. Jeremy will be featured on the Hammond B3 organ, and joining him is Dallas/Los Angeles drum prodigy Mike Mitchell.

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Beginning on Thursday, Aug. 1, Route 3 will see changes to its current route and will once again enter the University of Central Oklahoma Campus. It will no longer stop at Fifth/Littler or First/Littler. 

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A community in grief gathered Monday at Edmond Trinity Christian Church trying to make sense of a life cut short — that of the late 17-year-old Isaiah Lewis.

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A request to amend the Edmond Urban Chicken Ordinance led the Edmond City Council to direct staff to draft an ordinance in favor of allowing residents to keep more chickens. The vote was 3-2 and the ordinance will go before the city council on Aug. 12.

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Nominations for Edmond’s Landscape Improvement Award are now open and will be accepted until Aug. 31. Homeowner associations or neighborhood groups that have enhanced their neighborhood environment through the planting of trees and other landscaping are eligible to enter for a chance to rece…

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The right lane of northbound US-77/Broadway will be closed between 33rd St. and 15th St. in Edmond from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and continuing daily through Friday for surface repair. Oklahoma Department of Transportation officials said drivers can expect delays and should plan extra travel time.

Nyla Ali Khan, Kashmiri-American academic and author, has been made a member of the International Team of the Governor of Oklahoma. The team “brings together business people, members of government at the local, state and federal levels, educators from kindergarten all the way through to post…

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Nancy Eberle and Lisa Campbell have always loved animals and been passionate about pets. Now they’re excited to take that passion to the next level with their relaunch of Pet Wants Edmond, a local pet food and supplies business.

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Can you believe it is already time to prepare for the students to go back to school? In anticipation we have prepared a special section to be published along with Saturday's print issue of The Edmond Sun.

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EDMOND, Okla. — A green light for Lime to provide 150 electric scooters within the city was approved 5-0 by the Edmond City Council Monday. The approval allows the city to enter a one-year contract with Lime based on a memorandum of understanding.

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WICHITA, Kan. — Ella Latham of Edmond will be featured in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The production is a culmination of a week of rehearsals at Broadway Academy of Performing, a musical theatre camp for kids ages 11-20 produced by Newman University.

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The current Miss Oklahoma 2019 and former Miss Tulsa 2019, Addison Price made an appearance at Bishop Kelly High School this past Saturday evening to crown a new Miss Tulsa 2020.  She crowned Megan Gold of Edmond.

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An Edmond man was arrested on a domestic felony assault involving strangulation shortly after 5 a.m. Saturday, July 20, according to Edmond Police.

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The mission of the OSBI’s Cold Case Unit is to speak for those who can’t speak for themselves by seeking answers and justice for victims and their families, Special Agent Francia Thompson said. Thompson spoke during a media day and tour of the OSBI Forensic Science Center on July 16.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Oklahoma County Commissioner Kevin Calvey on Tuesday called for the first time publicly for an administrator to run the County Jail.

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The Edmond Parks and Recreation Department has big plans for two of its signature tournament spaces, the City Council heard this week.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Close to 150,000 Oklahomans held licenses to use medical marijuana as of July 1, according to the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority. As a result employers have had concerns about how to handle legalities in the workplace. Two area attorneys addressing a recent Edmond Area …

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