A COVID Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day rolls around, many people are probably wondering how they can get stuck by Cupid’s arrow without being struck by the COVID’s flail. Around Edmond, businesses know this — especially those venues offering such sought-after Valentine staples as treats, cards, flowers, and fine dining. Here’s a look at a few of these businesses…

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The importance of Edmond’s local elections

There is no government that affects the daily lives of local business owners and stakeholders more than local government. So why is local voter turnout historically less than 20% of eligible voters?  On April 6th, Edmond residents will vote for a new mayor and two new city council seats, and now it’s more important than…

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New COVID-19 relief – 5 highlights

After some political posturing in December 2020, the $900 billion Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (2021 CAA) was signed into law by President Trump as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact employers and employees. Here are five key highlights: Stimulus Checks The new law authorized a second round of $600 checks for people with income…

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Storm Check doesn’t just clean tornado shelters

A new company in the Edmond combines a desire to serve veterans, provide safety to homeowners, and enable mentoring.
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Shop local with the 2021 Edmond Guide

There are many opportunities to shop local and join in the Edmond excitement!
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December & January ribbon cuttings

Masked-up Ambassadors braved the cold weather at four ribbon cuttings in December 2020 and January 2021.
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From the Publisher

Tim Priebe

Dealing with burnout

By Tim Priebe February 2, 2021

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