Category: Life

How Churches in Oklahoma Are Responding to COVID-19
Life, News

How Churches in Oklahoma Are Responding to COVID-19

Haley Humphrey- March 28, 2020

Many churches worldwide have canceled their in-person services to combat the spread of novel coronavirus, but some are finding new ways to reach congregations. Over ... Read More

Sunday Liquor Store Sales up for Vote in Seven Counties
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Sunday Liquor Store Sales up for Vote in Seven Counties

Jeff Elkins- February 27, 2020

Case stacks of liquor sit in the foreground at The Wild Turkey in northwest Oklahoma City. In Oklahoma, liquor can only be purchased by the ... Read More

The Mixed Origins of Valentine’s Day Celebrations
Life

The Mixed Origins of Valentine’s Day Celebrations

Haley Humphrey- February 14, 2020

Sacrifice, blood and death. You’ll most likely never look at Valentine’s Day the same again. The popular holiday for sweethearts has an origin story you ... Read More

BlocWorks Brings Bouldering to Downtown Edmond
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BlocWorks Brings Bouldering to Downtown Edmond

JaNae Williams- February 12, 2020

The revitalization of downtown Edmond is set to reach new heights with the opening of  BlocWorks Climbing Company, a climbing gym, planned for later this ... Read More

New Developments Coming to Downtown Edmond
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New Developments Coming to Downtown Edmond

Jeff Elkins- August 13, 2019

Two new mixed-use projects are being developed near the railroad in downtown Edmond, adding restaurant, entertainment as well as office and retail space to the ... Read More

Meth Photo Exhibit Comes to Campus
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Meth Photo Exhibit Comes to Campus

Jeff Elkins- July 12, 2019

The University of Central Oklahoma’s Photographic Arts program and School of Criminal Justice are collaborating on a photo exhibit of clandestine methamphetamine labs that span ... Read More

Roadwork on 15th and Santa Fe Begins
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Roadwork on 15th and Santa Fe Begins

Kyle Tangco- July 3, 2019

The Edmond City Council initiated phase one of an $800,000 construction project last week at 15th Street and Santa Fe Avenue to resurface the road’s ... Read More