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By Lisa Shearer, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Aug. 6--EDMOND -- Edmond Electric customers broke a two-year record Monday evening for peak electric usage, an official said Tuesday. From 5-6 p.m. Monday, customers used 237,100 kilowatts of power, which is the highest usage recorded since Aug.
By Courtney Crauthers, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Aug. 5--EDMOND -- Oklahoma A+ Schools, which is housed at the University of Central Oklahoma, received a $663,785 allocation for the fiscal year 2009 from the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
By Beth Stephenson, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Aug. 2--EDMOND -- A little more than ten years ago, several of our friends from church had recently adopted children through the foster care system in El Paso County, Colo.
By Beth Stephenson, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 26--EDMOND -- "My children want us to take foster kids, but I just don't think I have the courage," a friend commented recently. I know what she means.
By Kimberly Hill, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 24--EDMOND -- Oklahoma is heating up, and Sunday marked the height of Edmond's temperatures so far this summer at 102 degrees. According to the National Weather Service, this month's records and averages rise well above June's.
By The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 19--EDMOND -- Mercy Health Center has named Linda Fanning, as the hospital's chief nursing officer.
By Jayna Noley, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 19--EDMOND -- "Rock Band Name Origins" is a reference volume that reads like a storybook.
By Eric Spruill, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 17--The Top Gun QB Challenge is back, and bigger than ever, as 22 of the state's top signal callers come together at Edmond Memorial to see who's Oklahoma's best.
By Kimberly Hill, The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 17--EDMOND -- Medical researchers say about one in every 130 Americans have Celiac disease, making it more prevalent than Down syndrome, Crohn's disease, Type 1 diabetes and even Alzheimer's disease.
By The Edmond Sun, Okla. Jul. 15--EDMOND -- Most people now accept that the Harry Potter books initiated a new enthusiasm for reading in fans of The Boy Who Lived, but what you may not realize is that Pottermania also instigated a new type of music.
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