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Edmond is located in central Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City. The city is situated on the highest point along the Santa Fe Railroad in the Oklahoma Territory, and was originally called "Summit." During the 1880s it was used as a major watering and sanding point for the railroad. Edmond is home to the first school house in Oklahoma. The actress Hayley McFarland grew up in Edmond. She has appeared on Lie to Me, Gilmore Girls, Criminal Minds, ER and 24.

Population: 68315
Local Newspapers: The Edmond Sun Oklahoma Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma Wranglers
Local Colleges: University of Central Oklahoma Oklahoma Christian University

Zip Codes associated with edmond, oklahoma: 73003 73007 73013 73034
Towns/Cities near edmond, oklahoma : Guthriw Arcadia Jones Spencer Crescent

Edmond News
Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Feb. 24, 2018

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $10 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B. Hooten's Office. To search more deeds go to okcc.online.

EWC Mardis Gras

PHOTO PROVIDED Getting ready for the Edmond Women's Club big gala on Feb. 24 are, from left, Beth Vowell, Jill Merritt, Patti Wynn, Joleen Chaney, Heather Langhofer and Crystal Carte. The Edmond Women's Club will present Mardi Gras Masquerade Gala 2018, on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 6:30 in the evening at Gaillardia Country Club.

Morning Bell: Budget cuts headed for schools

Good Wednesday morning. Winter weather had many schools across the state dismiss early on Tuesday and some school districts are closed today, including Edmond and Oklahoma City.

New Owl Court owners plan quick repairs, new vision for Route 66 landmark

The Owl Court, 742 W Britton, is set to be cleaned up and repaired to remove it from the city's demolition list, with redevelopment to follow later this year. [Photo by Steve Lackmeyer, The Oklahoman] One of Oklahoma City's oldest surviving 1930s era Route 66 motels was sold to an investment group committed to bring life back to an area that was once the Town of Britton.

Deaf man paid $175,000 in taxpayer funds to settle claims Oklahoma...

A deaf man has been paid $175,000 in taxpayer funds to settle claims Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers used excessive force during a 2014 traffic stop. Pearl Pearson, who also is mute, sued the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety in 2015 after suffering injuries to his head, face and upper body during the traffic stop.

University of Central Oklahoma hosting second Kuleshov International Piano Festival and Competition

Russian pianist Valery Kuleshov, who has been an artist in residence at the University of Central Oklahoma for 20 years, is hosting the second Kuleshov International Piano Festival and Competition Feb. 22-25 at UCO. He is seen in his Edmond home in January.

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Feb. 17, 2019

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $9 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B. Hooten's Office. To search more deeds go to okcc.online.

Creationist Invited To UCO, Following Cancellation Controversy

After being invited, then uninvited from the campus earlier this month, Ken Ham is set to speak at the Edmond campus. Thursday, the UCO President Don Betz extended his own invitation to Ham, but added forums on evolution and free speech surrounding it.

What to do in Oklahoma on Feb. 16, 2018: See University of Central...

From left, University of Central Oklahoma students Ryan Brown, Nicole Phillips and Michael Andreaus star in "Man of La Mancha," presented by UCO School of Music's musical theatre division at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Mitchell Hall Theatre on UCO's Edmond campus. Photo provided EDMOND - The University of Central Oklahoma School of Music's Musical Theatre division kicks off 2018 with "Man of La Mancha" at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at UCO's Mitchell Hall Theatre, 100 N University Drive.

Edmond City Council stops new church

After weeks of back-and-forth discussion and demands, the city council voted against allowing a church to be built at Rankin and Third Streets. In a 4-1 decision, the council stopped the new church on the grounds of its high density for the area, even though all requests had been fulfilled.

Edmond Public Schools Superintendent evaluating, reviewing safety...

Edmond Public Schools Superintendent Bret Towne says the district will be reviewing and evaluating all safety and security procedures following the deadly shooting at a Florida school Wednesday. "I had difficulty falling asleep last night thinking about yesterday's horrific shooting at a Florida high school.

Vandals broke into Edmond middle school, set off fire extinguishers

Authorities with the Edmond Public School District told News 4 that vandals broke into Sequoyah Middle School overnight and set off fire extinguishers in the main office, library and a couple of hallways. Early Thursday morning, custodial crews, maintenance personnel and a restoration company were all called to the school to help clean up the mess.

Ken Ham will speak on UCO campus after all

Thursday, in his daily e-letter sent to university faculty and staff, University of Central Oklahoma President Don Betz said he has invited Ham to make his presentation on "Genesis and the State of the Culture" on campus on March 5, the date Ham was originally supposed to visit the campus before his invitation to speak there was rescinded. Betz said the university also will present a session on the First Amendment and free speech, as well as a session on the process of scientific inquiry and evolution.

Jamba Juice hoping to reopen stores

An Oklahoma City Jamba Juice store at 1841 Belle Isle Boulevard is closed. Four Oklahoma City area locations unexpectedly closed at the end of January, but the company hopes to reopen all four.

Jamba Juice hoping to reopen stores

An Oklahoma City Jamba Juice store at 1841 Belle Isle Boulevard is closed. Four Oklahoma City area locations unexpectedly closed at the end of January, but the company hopes to reopen all four.

Norman Chocolate Festival full of flavors

Chocolate lovers united Saturday to nibble, dip and savor the fare at the Norman Chocolate Festival, held this year at Norman North High School. Cathy and Frank Mausolf, of Edmond, share treats during the Norman Chocolate Festival on Saturday.

One of 10,494: A 1963 Corvette Split-Window Story

There were 10,494 Corvette split-window coupes built for 1963, so there has to be at least that many stories, and thousands more if a pass-around rate for Corvette owners is added to the mix. If a person works real hard in life they get to buy back all of the prized possessions they let go in their younger years, or at least a reasonable facsimile.

Oklahoma AG backed ex-solider push for pardon on his own Source: AP

Oklahoma's attorney general said Friday that he acted on his own when he sent a letter to President Donald Trump supporting a pardon requested by a former U.S Army soldier convicted of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone. Mike Hunter sent the letter, dated Wednesday, to Trump in support of the pardon request of former 1st Lt.

Economic Preview reveals positive outlook for Edmond

Ken Moore, left, former Edmond Chamber of Commerce president, speaks with Francis Tuttle President Tom Friedemann at the Edmond Economic Preview. [PHOTO BY ERIECH TAPIA, FOR THE OKLAHOMAN] EDMOND - It was a meeting filled with amens and good news for those at the Edmond Economic Development Authority's annual Economic Preview event, which is in its 21st year.

Commercial construction adds up in Edmond Oklahoma

The annual Edmond Economic Preview was held Thursday at the new Edmond Conference Center at Hilton Garden Inn, 2833 Conference Drive, northwest of Interstate 35 and Covell Road. [PHOTO BY JIM BECKEL, THE OKLAHOMAN] EDMOND - Take The Shoppes at Cheyenne Plaza, Astoria Executive Park, St. Monica Catholic Church's Education Building, add a Taco Bell and a Starbucks, toss in a city wastewater treatment plant and 50 other projects, and it all adds up.

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