The Lookout opens at Kickingbird

The Lookout at Kickingbird is an intriguing space. Nestled on public land and maintained by the city, yet owned and operated as a private business, it defies conventional definitions. The menu boasts quick clubhouse favorites like burgers and hot dogs and elevated options like ribeyes. Set against the backdrop of a beautiful golf course with incredible views and welcomed by their charming little golf ball mascot at the door, The Lookout offers a unique experience.

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Edmond’s first low-waste refillery

In September 2023, Edmond welcomed its first low-waste refillery, a unique business dedicated to sustainability and community well-being. This innovative store offers non-toxic, organic products that are good for consumers and beneficial for the planet. Customers can bring their containers or use one from the community shelf to refill various products, helping to reduce waste and live more sustainably.

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Second quarter 2024 ribbon cuttings

In the second quarter of 2024, the Edmond Chamber of Commerce has celebrated numerous ribbon cuttings for grand openings, anniversaries, re-openings, and more. Congratulations to all of these organizations for their milestones!

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H-I-S Paint revives shuttered stores

H-I-S Paint reopens former Kelly-Moore stores, bringing back jobs and quality service.

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Lodging tax increase vote

Edmond residents will vote on a proposition to increase the city’s lodging tax.

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New reporting requirement for most businesses

There are new reporting requirements for many businesses under the Corporate Transparency Act.

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Edmond’s first low-waste refillery

In September 2023, Edmond welcomed its first low-waste refillery, a unique business dedicated to sustainability and community well-being. This innovative store offers non-toxic, organic products that are good for consumers and beneficial for the planet. Customers can bring their containers or use one from the community shelf to refill various products, helping to reduce waste and live more sustainably.

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The On Call Project Foundation

When you see a problem in your community, what do you do about it? Do you complain, or do you try to find a solution? Jeff Morefield noticed a troubling trend: retired police officers had a mortality rate that didn’t match the rest of the population. Why were the people who protected our community vulnerable after they left active duty?

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