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Millie’s Table provides healthy meals and more

By Josh Watson | January 19, 2021

When Millie Shores returned to Oklahoma to start a food-service business in Edmond, she did not realize so many people would soon know her by name. Yet today, when large companies and families across Edmond need the best-prepared meals around, they call on Millie’s Table and More at 1333 N. Santa Fe.  Shores started her…

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Keystone Adventure School and Farm provides a unique learning experience

By Laura Gamble | January 19, 2021

Nestled in the trees on fifteen acres at 192nd and North Western is a truly magical place. A place where children play, care for animals, enjoy music and art, are encouraged to learn, Keystone Adventure School and Farm is a totally unique learning experience for children. Keystone was founded in 2004 by three long-time educators,…

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“Master of None” shows how exploration leads to success

By Phil Klutts | January 12, 2021

Master of None: How a Jack-of-All-Trades Can Still Reach the Top By Clifford Hudson This book caught my attention in three separate ways. First, I consider myself to be a jack-of-all-trades, so the title immediately made a personal connection. Second, growing up in Edmond means visiting Sonic was a regular occurrence, and I’m a sucker…

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The Meadows let positivity flood the world

By Jackie Bell | January 5, 2021

2020 wasn’t easy on anyone. However, one Edmond-based nonprofit organization, in particular, faced several unexpected challenges. Through those challenges, they came together and even made a few new connections along the way. The Meadows is a nonprofit in Edmond that serves as a Sheltered Workshop fulfilling two purposes: They provide data destruction (document shredding) and…

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Farmers Market open indoors, offers online ordering

By Tina Evans | January 5, 2021

Where can you find the absolute freshest produce short of growing it in your own backyard? At the Edmond Winter Farmers Market every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon indoors at the Edmond Senior Center in Mitch Park. Shoppers can purchase food that was picked the night before or even at 4 a.m. that morning…

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The Edmond Chamber’s guiding stars

By Ashley Neese | January 5, 2021

The Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce has been recognized with 5-Star Accreditation by the United States Chamber of Commerce for the second time. The Edmond Chamber was first distinguished with a 5-Star rating in 2015. Accreditation with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the only program that defines…

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The business of Edmond Public Schools

By Phil Klutts | January 5, 2021

When you think about local businesses, public schools don’t typically come to mind. Education is often considered by many as being in its own category, apart from corporations, small businesses, and even nonprofits. Yet, there are many aspects of schools that overlap with more traditional companies. That includes: Customer satisfaction (both parents and students) People…

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S&B’s Burger Joint moves to new location

By Phil Klutts | January 5, 2021

Over two weeks in December, S&B’s Burger Joint in Edmond moved two miles west to their new location at 1000 W. 192nd Street. The previous site at 840 West Danforth closed on December 2. The new location, one of eleven across the state, opened to the public on Monday, December 14. S&B’s continues to offer…

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Victor Flores returning to Edmond to lead new venture

By Josh Watson | January 5, 2021

Victor Flores may be new to working in Edmond, but he is not new to the community. After two decades of work in health care finance and another decade in tribal finance, Flores is thrilled to return to Edmond. In November, Flores was named the director of tribal services in Oklahoma for REDW, a top-200…

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3 strategic IT questions

By Davis Merrey | January 5, 2021

I was recently asked to speak before a group of non-profit organizations about IT matters. These were CEOs and executive directors of agencies aligned with The United Way of Central Oklahoma. They were kind enough to provide a list of topics of interest, including the following. Remote working best practices How to host a successful…

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