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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
Controversial Edmond Walmart's future unclear

After years of legal battles and appealing court decisions, developers of a controversial Walmart Neighborhood Market at Covell and Coltrane roads have ended a sales contract on the property. Edmond Realtor Kevin McCaleb said they are in the process of selling the property for just over $1.5 million after the developer released their contract on the property.

Video: Sen. Lankford discusses Roy Moore, tax reform and U.S. trade policy

Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford appeared on Bloomberg News Wednesday to discuss the Senate's tax plan, allegations against GOP candidate Roy Moore and U.S. trade policy. File: Sen. James Lankford answers questions from the audience during a town hall meeting on the campus of Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, Okla., Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017.

In OKC, criminal justice advisory council meets for first time. County jail, alternatives are topics

Efforts to reform the local justice system moved forward Tuesday as the newly formed Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council held its first meeting. Bennett called the meeting "an important juncture" in the criminal justice reform process and in "taking care of our brothers and sisters in a more effective way."

Highways to narrow this week for construction projects

Several busy highways will narrow throughout the week as part of ongoing construction projects, according to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. Lanes of the I-40 Crosstown, between the Interstate 35/Interstate 235 Dallas Junction and Shields Boulevard, will be affected.

Developers bring back plans for Edmond movie complex

National developers are back proposing a movie theater and two restaurants at the Shops at Spring Creek, despite opposition at a meeting Wednesday. More than 20 citizens came out voicing their opinions against the six-acre development, which is only the first phase of development for the area, with 20 acres in the next phase.

History Comes To Life - Ghost Tours Set For Downtown Oct. 27-28

Edmond locals portray historical figures for the annual Edmond Historic Ghost Tours. In back are Gary Wallace and Perry Sneed.

Redevelopment updates, enhances mix at east Edmond shopping center

Construction crews are putting finishing touches on Edmond's largest shopping center before new businesses move in before the holiday season. "It is a complete redevelopment of the shopping center," said Mark Inman, a senior vice president with CRBE, the group handling the leasing for Bryant Square.

State briefs for Nov. 7

A free workshop for writers of all ability levels ages 13 and older will be presented by Oklahoma City University from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at The Venue in the Plaza District, 1757 NW 16. OCU faculty member Timothy Bradford will lead the "Creating Characters for Fiction and Poetry" workshop, which will be followed by a Q&A session with current and former students in the Red Earth master of fine arts creative writing program. Participants will draft a scene or poem featuring a character the group develops, and those who wish may share their writing with the group.

City is investing in redemption

Redevelopment of a decades-old service station is racing forward. Lingo Construction is turning the property at 1708 NE 23 into a new home for Oklahoma City Clinic.

Boley police dog recovering after being shot Thursday near Edmond

Boley officer Byron Goree said another officer and the K-9, a 2-year-old German shepherd named Emmitt, were traveling to do some training when the dog appeared to be sick and the handler pulled over in the 8100 block of Waterloo Road. The officer was walking Emmitt, who was on a long leash, when he heard a "loud crack" and heard the dog whimper.

CCU student hits two pedestrians with vehicle after fleeing from police

CONWAY, SC A Coastal Carolina University student struck two pedestrians with his vehicle after fleeing from police who were attempting a traffic stop on Oct. 28, according to a Coastal Carolina University Department of Public Safety incident report. Graham Ferrell McDonald, 20, of Edmond, Oklahoma, has been charged with hit and run, duties of driver involved in accident, property damage; hit and run, duties of driver involved in accident with minor personal injury; reckless driving and failure to stop for a blue light, no injury or death.

What to do in Oklahoma on Nov. 3, 2017: See University of Central...

The University of Central Oklahoma's Department of Theatre Arts is interpreting a timeless tale of love, loss and memory with four performances of "Eurydice" at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday in Mitchell Hall Theatre, 100 N University Drive on UCO's Edmond campus. In "Eurydice," playwright Sarah Ruhl reimagines the tragic love story of Orpheus and Eurydice through the eyes of its heroine, who dies too young on her wedding day and travels to the Underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love.

Double Rollover Wreck Snarls Traffic On NB I-35 In Edmond

Traffic is severely backed up on the northbound side of Interstate 35 in Edmond after a double vehicle rollover wreck, Thursday evening.

Police Investigating After K9 Officer Shot Near Edmond

Police are investigating after a K9 officer was shot in an area just to the northeast of Edmond, Thursday afternoon. Authorities tell News 9 an off-duty Boley Police officer was driving in the area when he pulled over to let the K9 out because it looked sick.

Addiction Recovery - Integris To Build $46 Million Treatment Facility ...

Top, an artist's rendering of the INTEGRIS Arcadia Trails Center for Addiction Recovery. Bottom, city and lntegris leaders break ground last week on a new treatment center, Arcadia Trails off of 1-35 near 1-44 interchange.

Panera owner could be looking to acquire Dunkin' in its quest to build a coffee empire

Rumors surfaced Monday that JAB Holding expressed interest in acquiring Dunkin' Brands. JAB has been steadily building an empire over the last 5 years.

Edmond's Trunk or Treat offers early treating

Little ones from across the area came out to the Edmond Trunk or Treat event on Saturday night at Mitch Park. Candy was given to thousands of children by different organizations from the University of Central Oklahoma, businesses from the community and the Edmond Parks and Recreation Department.

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