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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
Crest delays new grocery store in Edmond, plans new stores in Yukon and Mustang

Crest Foods is holding off on its future store in Edmond as the company looks to expand its footprint near Yukon and Mustang amid increased competition from new WinCo stores in the Oklahoma City area. "We are pulling back on the reins," said Bruce Harroz, president of Crest.

The Morning Brew: Barbara Bush's Oklahoma ties; Iconic Choctaw restaurant shutters its doors

Former First Lady Barbara Bush reads to a group of Edmond, OK, students as part of a Community Educational Opportunity of Edmond program. Mrs. Bush read from "Santa's Book of Names," and "Edward and the Pirate," both by David McPhail.

Brickbat: There's No Such Thing as Free Beer

The Patriarch Craft Beer House and Lawn in Edmond, Oklahoma, promised free beer to striking teachers-a beer called Respect Party , to be exact. But an official with the state's Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission saw a Facebook post on the offer and didn't recognize the name of the beer.

City water and sewer services coming to Arcadia

The men and women of the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star have been serving Arcadia's less fortunate for more than 100 years, but never have they had running water in their tiny meeting house on the south edge of town. They rely on a space heater when it's cold outside, and a window unit air conditioner when it's hot.

State briefs for April 14

Oklahoma State University will host its annual Summer Art Academy for students ages 13 to 18. Presented by the department of art, graphic design and art history, classes will be taught by master instructors. A free class in Impressionism and Postimpressionism will be offered from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 2-3 and 5-6.

Democrat runs again for Oklahoma County commissioner

Also running are Vaughn's chief deputy, Rick Buchanan, 60, of Edmond, and state Rep. Kevin Calvey, 51, of Oklahoma City. Both are Republicans.

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for April 14, 2018

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $52 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B. Hooten's office. To search more deeds go to okcc.online.

What to do in Oklahoma on April 13, 2018: See UCO's production of...

From left, UCO Musical Theatre students Odra Chapman , Kenadi Paredes , Jennifer Obene' and Chelsea Thiessen will perform in "Six Women with Brain Death or Expiring Minds Want to Know" through Sunday at the UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E Fifth Street in Edmond. The cast is composed of 17 musical theatre students that will rotate each performance.

Angel Heart Boutique exploiting online potential

Schayene Silva and Felipe Resende own and operate Angel Heart Boutique, a online retail operation run from a warehouse in Edmond. The business partners specialize in the sale of plus-size women's clothing, and have used the internet to garner an international following, while offering a look at what modern "small business" could evolve to be in the age of giants like Amazon, Walmart and more.

Edmond rezones property for development

Developers gave a sigh of relief Monday evening as the Edmond City Council approved rezoning of a 130-acre development at Covell Road and Interstate 35. "We are confronted with some new things here that we have never seen," said Mayor Charles Lamb, speaking on the sitewide sign plan at the Legacy at Covell. The new development will consolidate the number of signs along the road, including two possible 60-foot signs on I-35 and a 40-foot-tall sign on Sooner Road across from a proposed Crest grocery store.

Tar Creek audit finds 'considerable' evidence of a conspiracy against the state

A project manager at the Tar Creek Superfund site helped rig bids as part of a possible conspiracy to defraud the state of Oklahoma, according to a long-suppressed state audit written in 2014 and released Monday. "Although our investigation did not provide direct evidence for a conspiracy against the state, it did provide considerable circumstantial evidence that a conspiracy may have existed," auditors wrote.

Teachers return to Oklahoma Capitol as walkout continues

Drummers from Guymon High School play Friday on the south side of the state Capitol during the fifth day of a walkout by Oklahoma teachers. [Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman] Thousands of teachers are expected back at the state Capitol Monday for the eighth day of a statewide walkout, which has closed hundreds of Oklahoma schools and put pressure on lawmakers to increase education funding.

Massive Oklahoma teacher protests expected to enter 2nd week

Six-year-old Coe Amos, a student in the Deer Creek school district of Edmond, Okla., stands in line to enter the state Capitol on the fifth day of protests over school funding, in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 6, 2018. less Six-year-old Coe Amos, a student in the Deer Creek school district of Edmond, Okla., stands in line to enter the state Capitol on the fifth day of protests over school funding, in Oklahoma City, Friday, April ... more Dustie Swaim, an eighth grade English teacher at Dewery Middle School in Dewey, Okla., listens in the Senate gallery as the Senate discusses revenue measures on the fifth day of protests over school funding, in Oklahoma City, Friday, April 6, 2018.

Robert Samuelson, Washington Post: Teacher strikes symptom of spending shift for elderly

Six-year-old Coe Amos, a student in the Deer Creek school district of Edmond, Oklahoma, stands in line to enter the state capitol in Oklahoma City during protests over school funding. Six-year-old Coe Amos, a student in the Deer Creek school district of Edmond, Oklahoma, stands in line to enter the state capitol in Oklahoma City during protests over school funding.

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for April 7, 2018

Randy Lacey, Austin Lacey and David Portman with CBRE represented the seller. - Charter Investors LLC paid $650,000 to Charter Business Park for a 21,600-square-fot industrial building on 1.33 acres at 4219 N Charter.

Teacher group demands more cash after lawmakers approve $40M

Arizona teachers and education advocates shouts as they march at the Arizona Capitol highlighting low teacher pay and school funding Wednesday, March 28, 2018, in Phoenix. FILE - In this March 28, 2018 file photo, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin speaks during a news conference following a vote on a package of tax hikes to fund teacher pay raises in Oklahoma City.

Seeman Holtz P&C Acquires Federal Employee Insurance Business in Oklahoma

Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty, Inc. has acquired the federal employee insurance business of Federal Employee Services LLC in Edmond, Oklahoma. Federal Employee Services provides coverages to both civil service and military.

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