Good VIBES return to Edmond

By Jennifer Seaton | May 3, 2022

As Edmond’s VIBES returned in April for a second season, 43 businesses, 44 visual artists and 10 performing artists entertained guests along 15 downtown blocks. These continually growing numbers are a demonstration of the community partnerships and participation that make VIBES special. 

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Nick Massey celebrates 45 years in the investment business

By Jackie Bell | May 3, 2022

January 10th was a special day for Nick Massey, president of Massey Financial Services, marking 45 years of being in the investment business. Before working in the finance industry, Massey served in the army as a counterintelligence agent for over nine years. While he enjoyed it, he was ready to start his new career.

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February and March 2022 ribbon cuttings

By Ashley Neese | May 3, 2022

Despite the holidays and the busy new year, the Edmond Chamber hosted seven ribbon cuttings in December and January to recognize their members. The celebrations included four grand openings, two new locations, and a 36-year anniversary.

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Heard on Hurd returns for first full season post-pandemic

By Ashley Neese | April 5, 2022

At the beginning of the food truck boom in 2014, Citizens Bank of Edmond launched a new local food truck event hoping to bring around 300 residents to the downtown Edmond area. Eight years later, Heard on Hurd has hosted more than one million attendees to celebrate great food and music, becoming a staple event in the Edmond community. 

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Leading with purpose

By Kelly Vaughn | April 5, 2022

There was a time when a business’ sole purpose was to make money, but now, customers demand more from the businesses they support. They want to know they are supporting businesses that operate with integrity and invest in the community in which they are located. Additionally, employees want to be a part of something bigger than themselves. Working for a company that promotes its values and supports the community fosters a positive culture within the workplace and a more fulfilling employment experience.  

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Edmond awards youth baseball & softball league programs

By Phil Klutts | April 5, 2022

The Edmond City Council voted in October 2021 to end a contract with the existing operator of the City’s youth baseball and softball programs, and a Request for Qualifications was then issued for a new entity to manage these popular programs. Thirteen responses were submitted to the RFQ. A panel of City staff and volunteer board members reviewed the submissions and selected six to move on to the next round in the process.

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Q1 2022 career announcements

By Staff Writer | March 29, 2022

It’s been an exciting first quarter of 2022 for many Edmond area professionals, as they have had various changes in their careers! Here are some highlights from several.

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Simply Indie brings Hollywood to Edmond

By Brent Fuchs | March 29, 2022

The Simply Indie Film Fest took place during the last weekend of February, bringing together filmmakers, actors, writers, and movie lovers to watch, share and appreciate independent films.

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Edmond Electric offices relocating

By Tim Priebe | March 29, 2022

The City of Edmond is moving about fifty employees to the newly purchased building at 2824 Progressive Drive near I-35 and Covell, previously owned by Francis Tuttle. The move is expected to be complete no later than July. 

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2022 March Madness Restaurant Rebate

By Staff Writer | March 22, 2022

Once again, the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce and the Edmond Economic Development Authority have teamed up to bring you March Madness, benefitting local restaurants in the Edmond area. Spend $50 or more at any restaurant that is either in the Edmond city limits or is an Edmond Chamber member. Turn in your receipts by…

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