The Oklahoma ’89er Days Celebration is just months away with the dates of April 14-18, 2020. The search for a successor for 2019 Queen Rebeka Breger of Cashion and 2019 Princess Halle Barker of Jones will take place on Dec.14-15 in Edmond and in Guthrie.
Clint Rohr began his rich history with the University of Central Oklahoma in 2001, serving as a graduate assistant for the College of Arts, Media and Design, now known as the College of Fine Arts and Design. He is someone you should know.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Cancer researchers operate from a fundamental premise: Tumor cells are very smart. Because of their ability to disguise themselves, hide or otherwise evade the immune cells that can kill them, the key to successful treatment depends upon taking away those powers.
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Gamma Zeta members, Ada Blankenship and Liz King recently volunteered at the UR Special Winter Clothing Distribution.
“The Curbside Chronicle” is launching its next new product line, and bringing back a community favorite, to provide employment for people working their way out of homelessness this holiday season.
Edmond Police have booked one man and two women from Arkansas on charges of credit card fraud. On Nov. 25 police arrested Jeremiah Hollis, Jr., 25; Porsha Lashea McCarter, 33, and Lakisha Moenique Pace, 27.
It’s an Old-Fashioned Holiday Hop from 1-4 p.m. Dec. 7. “Hop” to three historical places for free holiday crafts, cocoa, music, Santa photos at the 1889 Territorial Schoolhouse, vintage toys, and the opportunity to view The Retro Christmas exhibit.
Armstrong Auditorium announced today that it has been named a Hall of Fame winner in the 2019 TripSavvy Editors’ Choice Awards. New to this year’s awards, TripSavvy unveiled its first-ever Hall of Fame winners, businesses that have won two years running and represent only 0.3 percent of busi…
A one vehicle collision resulted in injury to an Edmond woman at approximately 11:24 a.m. Tuesday on Waterloo Road, about a half a mile west of Portland Avenue, and approximately 3.5 miles northwest of Edmond in Logan County.
Worried faces relax. Children smile as they carry their new toys. People no longer have to choose between food, utility and their medicines. HOPE Center of Edmond unites the community.
The City of Edmond wants to again remind area residents the Edmond Library building located at 10 South Boulevard is set for temporary closure from Dec. 9, 2019, through March 2020. The building is owned by the City of Edmond, but the library is managed by the Metropolitan Library System.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The public can now pre-order The Nature Conservancy’s recently debuted monarch license plate by visiting nature.org/okmonarchs. The Nature Conservancy aims to collect 100 pre-orders within 180 days.
Courtney Bullard, founder of The Pearl House in Ghana and a University of Central Oklahoma graduate, recently spoke at the Oak Tree Clubhouse spreading non-profit’s mission.
OKLAHOMA — In the blink of an eye summer is over and now it’s fall. Before you know it, it will be time for the holidays again. Fortunately, the U.S. Postal Service has your back with all the mailing deadlines you need to know for the expected delivery of cards and gifts to your loved ones, …
The Central Business District expanded with a recent vote by the Edmond City Council. All five city council members voted to rezone a single family district located on the west side of the railroad, north of Edmond Road, east of Fretz Avenue, and south of Hurd to the CBD.
Today, the President’s Commission on White House Fellows announces the appointment of the 2019-2020 class of White House Fellows. The highly regarded White House Fellowship provides professionals from diverse backgrounds an opportunity to engage in public service for one year by serving in v…
Chicken Salad Chick, the nation's only southern-inspired, fast casual chicken salad restaurant concept recently held a ribbon cutting with the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce to celebrate their grand opening.
As Halloween approaches, carved pumpkins are fired up and guarding the homes of festive Edmond residents against ghouls and ghosts that may turn up for the holiday.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Get your Masquerade masks ready: Oklahoma Lawyers for Children will host a Lace & Mask themed gala on Oct. 26 at Kalidy Kia off Broadway Extension.
OKLAHOMA CITY — March of Dimes announced the Nurse of the Year awards at a special ceremony on Oct. 3 at the Riverwind Casino. Among award recipients was an Edmond nurse.
Kim Hastings, Ph.D., Edmond Public Schools’ Response to Intervention (RTI) instructional specialist, has been named the School Psychologist of the Year by the Oklahoma School Psychological Association.
The American Cancer Society of Oklahoma hosts the “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk” Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Wheeler District, 1701 S. Western in Oklahoma City beginning at 8 a.m.
The Kiwanis Club of Edmond honored Edmond Police Officer Jennifer Haddock as its 2019 Police Officer of the Year, Edmond Firefighter Lance Bloyd as its Firefighter of the Year and Edmond North High School Art teacher Cara Bowerman as its Teacher of the Year.
Long-time Edmond resident Tim Good graduated from Edmond Memorial High School and Central State University where he met his wife of 28 years, Desiree Good. He is someone you should know.
An ONG presentation regarding a potential franchise agreement was heard by the Edmond City Council at a workshop Tuesday. Information presented in the workshop states that ONG rates for the total consumer bill will not be increased by the proposal. There would, however, be a slight line-item…
Lee Endicott is a partner with the law firm of Bullard and Associates, a music lover and a long-time Edmond resident. He is someone you should know.
The Edmond Planning Commission voted 5-0 this week to allow an Oct. 17 Community Connections meeting between Spring Creek Plaza East LLC and the surrounding community. A location and a time will be set.
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for nearly 69 million Americans will increase 1.6% in 2020, the Social Security Administration announced today.
WINGS announces the appointment of Arlan Hechtner to its Board of Directors effective immediately. Hechtner will also serve as Treasurer for the Board.
Edmond Newcomers recently held their annual fall luncheon at Pepperoni Grill. Members discussed their Market on the Meadows tour for Sept 28 and their Oct. 17 War Eagle Arts and Crafts tour.
An Oklahoma Artists Invitational Art Show & Benefit will be Nov. 15-17 at The Shoppes at Northpark, 122nd St. and N. May Ave. in Oklahoma City. Shows are from 4-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15; 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16; and from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17. The show is free…
Thursday, Oct. 31 is designated for Halloween activities in the City of Edmond, said City of Edmond Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Casey Moore.
A charity event benefitting Paws for Life, Inc. of Edmond is from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4 at the Clauren Ridge Vineyards & Winery, 6000 W. Waterloo Rd.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center has designated both INTEGRIS Health Edmond and INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center as Pathway to Excellence hospitals for the second consecutive four-year term. INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital received re-designation last year.
Ky Sanchez is one of the co-owners of the newly opened Downtown Nutrition & Energy, located at 100 N. Broadway suite 166 just south of Campbell Corner. She is someone you should know.
Members of the Edmond City Council heard from several residents Monday evening seeking answers and solutions regarding their recent water bill spikes.
The Edmond Historical Society & Museum is presenting an exhibit that celebrates the diversity of building styles in Edmond. Steeples and Stones: An Exhibit of Edmond’s Architecture will run from Sept 27, 2019, through Feb 29, 2020.
The Edmond City Council approved salary increases for City Manager Larry Stevens and City Attorney Steve Murdock on Monday evening. The vote was 5-0.
Best of Books has announced the upcoming author signings for local authors Beth Ferry and Joe Hight. There will also be a "What Harry Potter Means to Me & More" panel featuring young adult authors Scott Reintgen, Kim Ventrella and Brad McLelland.
The next meeting of the Edmond Republican Women’s Club will be Monday, Sept. 16th at Johnnies Charbroil on 33rd St. in Edmond. The meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. for those wishing to order lunch and then the business meeting will begin at noon.
The award-winning short documentary “New Mexico Rain: The Story of Bill and Bonnie Hearne” will be shown at The Blue Door at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.
Arise Ministries is co-founded in 2002 by Pam Kanaly and Shelley Pulliam, their mission is to empower single mothers to create healthy homes. They’ll be hosting their 2nd annual Men’s Fundraising Breakfast from 7-8 a.m. Oct. 1, at the Petroleum Club Event Center in Oklahoma City.
According to the founders of Edify Leaders, on Oklahoma based ministry focused on encouraging and inspiring ministers, too many pastors are leaving the ministry due to burn out, feeling alone, financial struggles, marital challenges and being discouraged.
MetroChurch is planning a Family Reunion Friday and Saturday, Sept. 13-14 celebrating the beginning of the church one Sunday in 1974 that formally organized in the cafeteria of Memorial High School.
This Week's Circulars
Shelayna Renea Knott, 28, of Orlando, Okla., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2019. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, at Eagle Heights Baptist Church, Stillwater, Okla.
- Stitt lauds agency accountability
- OCS moves on from Turner
- Several stores targeted
- Ida Freeman Teacher of Year dies from injuries in Payne County collision
- Credit card fraud tops nearly $11,000
- Super Lawyers honors 10 Edmond attorneys
- Edmond’s Chavez finishes runner-up at Rt. 66 marathon
- Huskies hammer Mustang in season opener
- Armstrong Auditorium selected Hall of Fame winner in TripSavvy Editors’ Choice Awards
- OC honoring Shelton, Thomas for First Amendment support in news deserts