Edmond Center Court named top tennis facility

By Ciana Fryar | May 2, 2023

Each year, the United States Tennis Association chooses one public-serving tennis center as the premier facility in the nation. The Outstanding Facility Awards recognize excellence in the construction and renovation of tennis facilities and programming throughout the country. This March, the Edmond Center Court was one of 33 honorees and was chosen as the 2022…

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Q2 2023 Edmond business announcements

By Brooklyn Learned | May 2, 2023

We have some of the latest community updates in Edmond. Daily Living Centers announced Amanda Dirmeyer as its new President and CEO, while Vibes Edmond’s First Thursday event kicks off this May 4th. Plus, exciting news for Arcadia Lake with plans underway to enhance its amenities and draw in more tourists. Find out all the details in this news roundup.

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Looking forward: An Edmond economic review

By Janet Yowell | April 4, 2023

Edmond’s economy fared well in 2022, even with the unknown factors of workforce shortages, supply chain issues, and rising interest rates. With the amount of new construction in Edmond and the current interest in our commercial real estate markets, there’s reason to be optimistic for 2023.

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Junkies for flavor

By Brent Fuchs | April 4, 2023

For many, the lockdown in 2020 led to new hobbies, skills, and interests. But what about a new business? 

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Recognizing Edmond’s best

By Tim Priebe | April 4, 2023

Each year, the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce honors individuals and businesses who help make an impact on the community at its annual awards banquet.

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Impact on Edmond: Bob and Martha Turner

By Jim Denton | March 7, 2023

It was that pivotal day in every college freshman’s life. Martha Kolarik sat waiting on her small bed in Stout Hall on the Oklahoma State University campus.

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Staying sharp as an entrepreneur

By Brent Fuchs | March 7, 2023

For many, the COVID pandemic created hardship in business. However, for Joshua Cassella, it brought a new opportunity: Stay Sharp OK.

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December 2022 and January 2023 ribbon cuttings

By Sarah Neese | March 7, 2023

The Edmond Chamber of Commerce held thirteen ribbon cuttings celebrating local grand openings and anniversaries in December and January. There were a variety of new businesses in various industries, including bakeries, restaurants, and security.

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Bringing film culture to Edmond

By Brent Fuchs | March 1, 2023

Back for another year, the Simply Indie Film Festival showcases films and photography from across the state and beyond. The festival, March 2-4, brings filmmakers and audiences together in Edmond, building a community around film. Edmond Business sat down with Simply Indie’s Marissa and Lynzi Carlson to learn more about what this year’s event offers.

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The race for Edmond mayor

By Sarah Neese | February 7, 2023

As the election for Edmond mayor nears, Edmond Business interviewed incumbent Mayor Darrell Davis and his opponent, Brian Shellem, ahead of the April 4 vote.

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