Inexpensive ways to keep employees happy and engaged

By Michela Owen | August 8, 2023

Employee engagement is critical to any successful business because of how much impact employees make. A great employee can boost sales numbers, improve processes, and make a huge difference in the bottom line. On the flip side, an unhappy and unengaged employee can have the opposite effect. 

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Cool treats in Edmond

By Brent Fuchs | August 8, 2023

We are well and truly into the dog days of summer. Each day feels hotter than the last, and the nights don’t bring much relief. But there is hope! Edmond has some of the finest treats for keeping cool in the entire metro. Our team braved the heat and visited local ice cream shops, snow cone stands, and even the sole physical Bondi Bowl store in Oklahoma to find the best treats in town.

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LibertyFest brings business opportunities

By Michela Owen | July 4, 2023

LibertyFest has been a beloved Fourth of July tradition in Edmond for more than five decades. This entirely volunteer-run event offers many free activities and entertainment for the community. It also presents a unique opportunity for local businesses to thrive and for the city to generate significant tax revenue.

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Life, photography, and service: Dr. Neil Chapman’s journey

By Koshia Silver | July 4, 2023

Edmond resident Dr. Neil Chapman’s narrative is a tale that unfolds across history, art, and faith. From his days as a military code breaker during the Vietnam War to his transformation into a visionary photographer, Chapman’s path defies conventional expectations. His journey is not merely a collection of events; it is an exploration of the profound depths of the human spirit, a voyage that has left an indelible mark on his life and the lives of those who encounter his work.

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Top-15 finish for OC PR students

By Phil Klutts | July 4, 2023

In a display of talent and dedication, public relations students from Oklahoma Christian University (OC) have once again showcased their skills by securing a spot among the top-15 colleges in the nation in the prestigious Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Bateman Competition. This achievement marks the third time since 2016 that OC students have earned this recognition.

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Mike Crandall at OKPSA lunch

OKPSA: Empowering Edmond sales professionals for a decade

By Brooklyn Learned | June 6, 2023

The Oklahoma Professional Sales Association celebrates ten years of empowering sales professionals and strengthening the Edmond community through monthly luncheons and other events. These gatherings serve as a valuable platform for sales professionals, business owners, and sales students to connect, learn, and grow.

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Impact on Edmond: Ray Hibbard

By Jim Denton | June 6, 2023

“I will tell you; honestly, I am the worst at hiring people out of anybody on this earth! So, the good people I’ve hired, anything positive is pure luck.” That declaration was Ray Hibbard’s humble assessment of…

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Class XXXVII of Leadership Edmond graduates

By Michela Owen | June 6, 2023

Class XXXVII of Leadership Edmond celebrated their graduation on April 27, 2023, at the Edmond Conference Center. Erin Wilcox was voted to be the class speaker. Dr. John deSteiguer served as the keynote speaker.

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February and March 2023 ribbon cuttings

By Brooklyn Learned | May 30, 2023

The Edmond Chamber of Commerce held six ribbon cuttings celebrating local grand openings and anniversaries in February and March. Several new ventures emerged across diverse industries, such as restaurants, golf clubs, and beauty salons.

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Women driving change in Edmond

By Tim Priebe | May 2, 2023

Aubry Gragg, who has been a member of the Edmond Women’s Club for nine years and served on the board for the past five years, sits down for a one-on-one interview.

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