County helath department sets wellness policy to improve community
The Cleveland County Health Department recently announced its wellness policy that went into effect Oct. 1. The Cleveland County
Superintendent Barresi offers bullying prevention
OKLAHOMA CITY — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi has launched a new bullying prevention awareness webpage with tips for counselors and other educators who work with K-12 youth.
Booksource donates more than 5,000 books to Briarwood and Plaza Towers Elementaries
Moore is rebuilding, and the city has the numbers to prove it. Four months after the devastating May 20 tornado, the city of Moore has issued a record number of building permits.
Artists raise spirits, money
Hundreds of children sat inside Lloyd Noble Center on Saturday with their families listening to the stories of their favorite authors and cartoonists.
Schools get Blue Ribbon
Last week, Wayland Bonds Elementary School and Moore Public Schools were named 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Depart
Area teachers receive grants from OGE Energy
Three Moore school teachers are among the 35 OGE Teacher Grant winners across the company’s service territory in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Tour of homes coming up
The 47th annual Heritage Hills Historic Homes Tour will be from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 2-3. The theme of this year’s tour is “Upscale
Kids join Arbor Week contest
Oklahoma Forestry Services is encouraging fifth grade classes across the state to participate in the 2014 Oklahoma Arbor Week poste
Fall Forum to feature CEO
“Education First” is the theme for the 2013 Fall Forum for Local Education Foundations, slated from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 22 at the
Veterans Corner needs support
Our volunteer of the week is a man who is a very familiar face each Thursday morning at the Goldsby Community Center. Sid Smith is
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