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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
Overcoming missteps, Tower rises again on Oklahoma City's NW 23 Street

When Pivot Project partners David Wanzer, Jonathan Dodson and Ben Sellers bought the Tower Theatre at 425 NW 23 Street in 2014, their dreams and excitement were shared by thousands who longed to see the landmark brought back to life. But the debut of the first tenant, the Savings & Loan Bar, was not immediately followed by the reopening of the theater as was planned.

Sex offenders can live next door to victims in many states

This July 31, 2014 photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections shows Harold D. English. English, a convicted sex offender who molested his niece when she was 7, moved next door to his victim after being released from prison in June 2017.

Sex offenders can live next door to victims in many states

This July 31, 2014 photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections shows Harold D. English. English, a convicted sex offender who molested his niece when she was 7, moved next door to his victim after being released from prison in June 2017.

Edmond's University of Central Oklahoma hosting Branford Marsalis,...

From one of the most famous names in the history of jazz to a dance company featured on the current season of a popular TV talent competition, the University of Central Oklahoma's Broadway Tonight series is hosting a wide variety of entertainers in its 2017-18 season. "We see all of these performances as a way to give back to the community," said Steven Lee Hansen, dean of UCO's College of Fine Arts and Design, in a statement.

Oklahoma girl to appear on 'America's Got Talent'

A piece of notebook paper is taped to the narrow window flanking Darci Lynne Farmer's front door, the childlike pencil scrawl representing the latest request for an autograph. The Deer Creek Middle School student obliged as soon as she saw the sheet, signing her name to the back and taping the paper back in place so that the young fan could pick it up.

On this day -- August 20

August 20 is the 232nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar . There are 133 days remaining until the end of the year.

Commercial real estate transactions from The Oklahoman for Aug. 19, 2017

LLC paid $400,000 to Reza and Noushin Bastani for 39.82 acres on the northwest corner of E Memorial Road and N. Hiwassee Road. Jack James with Coldwell Banker Commercial represented the buyer and Frank Miskovsky IV with InterWest Realty represented the seller.

Edmond students return to classroom on Friday

Edmond Superintendent Bret Towne has lunch with third-grade students Atticus Walker, left, and Seat Marler on the first day of school at Ida Freeman Elementary. [Photo by Paul Hellstern, The Oklahoman] Superintendent Bret Towne has lunch with third-graders Atticus Walker, left, and Seat Marler at Ida Freeman Elementary School.

Oklahoma County property sales from The Oklahoman for Aug. 19, 2017

Recent major sales in Oklahoma County totaled more than $45 million, according to deeds released from County Clerk David B. Hooten's Office. Major sales are those of $200,000 or more.

"He just took a huge gasp of air," Logan County deputy saves life ...

Sgt. Marcus Williams with the Logan County Sheriff's Office said it started when he was stopped at Petty's Pit Stop in Edmond. Sgt. Williams said he hardly ever listens to scanners for fire or ambulance calls, but happened to hear a call about a cardiac arrest.

Police and prosecutor offices take home millions from 2015 raids

Authorities make a multi agency-raid on Mr. Coolz head shop at 3200 N May Ave. in Oklahoma City on March, 24 2015. [Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman Archives] The 2015 takedown of a $5.1 million synthetic cannabis operation in Oklahoma City has yielded millions of dollars for area law enforcement departments and prosecutors.

Prosecutors charge man in Edmond shooting

Oklahoma County prosecutors Wednesday charged the man who police say admitted to shooting a former co-worker in the parking lot of an Edmond business. Quinton Le'Tres Bruner, 29, of Oklahoma City, was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon, a felony.

Downtown Edmond getting two multistory buildings

The downtown Edmond landscape will change with the construction of two multistory buildings for retail, restaurant, office and living space. Developer Brandon Rader, with Rader Building Co., wants to build The Campbell, a mixed-use project north of Campbell Street, west of Jackson Street and south of Edwards Street with parking between the two buildings.

Faculty and staff prepare for new school year at UCO in Edmond

Faculty and staff at the University of Central Oklahoma were invited Tuesday to gather at the UCO labyrinth at the conclusion of their fall forum. The purpose of the labyrinth journey was "to join our thoughts and energies as we begin a new school year, being intentional in our efforts to create an environment that is productive and conducive to personal growth," said Mark Maddy, associate professor of educational sciences, foundations and research.

The Oklahoman's Real Estate Notes for Aug. 12, 2017

Memorial Springs Medical Park, 13100 N Western Ave., just south of Memorial Road, has opened with tenants including OKC Orthopedics, Skin Surgery of Oklahoma, Valir Health and Elite Pain, according to Emersons Commercial Real Estate and KCC Development, which hosted a recent open house. The 60,000-square-foot building "combines the latest technology with modern design and furnishings, said Monica Turner Uhland of KCC Development.

True Crime Oklahoma: A weekly recap

A man arrested for shooting a former co-worker in the parking lot of an Edmond business, a bail agent charged with murder after shooting her client dead and a 16-year-old arrested after police said he shot his girlfriend in the buttocks were some of the more notable crimes of the last week. The shooting happened about 5:40 a.m. as the victim, Robert Wilson, was exiting his car in the parking lot of Pelco Products, a business that manufactures streetlights and stoplights, police said.

Developer Mark Ruffin agrees to pay Edmond more money

The debate over the city of Edmond continuing to provide bus service to the Social Security office in Oklahoma City might be close to a resolution. Developer Mark Ruffin has handed over a $64,646 check to the city and signed a one-year contract despite an increase in the price tag.

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