Unidentified man’s identity sought by FBI
James E. Finch, special agent in charge of the Oklahoma City Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the robbery of the MidFirst Bank, 1037 SW 19th St.
Heartland celebration set to roll
A Moore tradition will once again take full steam on July 4 as the city unrolls the patriotic red carpet to celebrate Independence Day.
Moore students earn their places at the prestigious Okla. Summer Arts Institute
LONE WOLF — Years of hard work and dedication have paid off for three Moore students. They’ve earned spots at the prestigious Oklah
Moore author releases book
In author P.J. Hunt-Williams’ nationwide release of “Death, Why Not?” he writes down his realizations about death through his profession. In his book, he describes how death is essential not only for the dying but also for the living.
How’s the fire down deep in your bones?
As always, we appreciate all the Advocate readers’ for joining us for this weekly visit. Today, let’s take a moment and test the “f
Book helps author move forward after loss
Every Thanksgiving, Moore resident Dawn Layne makes a trip with her family to Purcell, but this trip isn’t so they can eat turkey a
Brown to retire after 30 years
Dr. Roger Brown has been an educator for 30 years, a career that has helped shape the education of thousands of students in Moore,
Moore American takes home awards
MIDWEST CITY — The Oklahoma Press Association presented its Better Newspaper Contest Awards during the OPA Annual Convention, June 12-14 at the Reed Center in Midwest City.
Chamber to host events
Events to take place this week hosted by the Moore Chamber of Commerce include: June 17-23 · Wednesday, June 18: Ribbon Cutting, 2 p.m. Food Resource Center, 2635 N. Shields Blvd.
Who was the first Christian?
While we were traveling out of state we noticed a number of different license plates. Some are colorful, a few are plain, several
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