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In our last study, we perceived and ascended aboard that “Old Ship of Zion” and examined the imagery of the hull and deck of the ch
OU art museum announces new hours
Effective July 1, the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art will be open until 9 p.m. Thursdays and will close at 5 p.m. Fridays. The muse
Archbishop Coakley ordains three seminarians as deacons
OKLAHOMA CITY — On June 7 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Oklahoma City, Archbishop Paul Coakley ordained three s
Minister releases new book
In her efforts to provide help to others, author Dawn Layne shares her experiences in the pages of her new book, “The Bittersweet P
Jenkins named interim manager of fairgrounds
NORMAN — Cleveland County Fairgrounds executive director Stephen Koranda has resigned his position and an interim manager has been named, county officials confirmed June 2.
Moore student wins contest
Sydney Anderson-Cullum, a fifth grader at Fairview Elementary in Moore, recently took home the Overall Winner title at the 2014 Be
MNTC to host blood drive at South Penn Campus
Moore Norman Technology Center, 13301 S Penn in Oklahoma City, will host an Oklahoma Blood Institute public blood drive from 9:30 a
Teens advised to get jobs
We found it interesting that these came in close to the same time.
Take Shelter Oklahoma announces intent to ask voters for $500 million bond
David Slane wanted to make sure he was heard loud and clear. When he stood next to a chain linked fence June 4 outside Plaza Towers
Software company breaks ground
Local pharmacy software company, Computer-Rx, took the first step to moving back to the city of Moore by breaking ground on a corp
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