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Anna-Allyce Mollman, Oklahoma City, has named to the dean’s list for the fall semester of 2013 at Benedictine College. Mollman’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Mollman.
New tornado-safe home provides families with alternative to storm shelters
A new design in tornado-safe affordable homes made its first appearance in Oklahoma on Dec. 23 at 1601 Post Oak Lane in Moore. An
Moore Teachers of The Year candidates announced
The Moore Public School District Professional Development Committee recently announced the five finalists for Moore Teacher of The Year.
Girl Scouts to host recruitment fair
Girls and prospective volunteers interested in joining Girl Scouts are invited to attend a Girl Scout Recruitment Fun Fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, 1801 W. Brooks St.
AAA donates car to tornado victim
A victim of last May’s Moore tornado received a surprise recently when he was given a car by AAA Oklahoma. The man, a 67-year-old
Tell children your expectations
I have custody of my fifth grade son and my third grade daughter, and we do well. When the kids get back from visiting their mothe
Oklahoma Soccer Association donates funds to tornado survivors
Oklahoma Soccer Association’s Tornado Relief Funds, which totaled more than $49,000, were distributed Dec. 16 at the District meeti
Thunder players go on shopping spree with Moore families affected by tornado
OKLAHOMA CITY — When a EF-5 tornado hit Moore on May 20, help poured in from around the country.
Accuracy of school grading questioned
Can you please tell me your opinion of the school grading that is going on in Oklahoma? With all the arguing going on, I’m not sure who is telling the truth or the purpose of this.
Churches announce ‘Lose To Serve’ challenge
Metro churches are challenging their congregations to increase fitness through faith.
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