Fire chief selected to see State of the Union Address
Fire Chief Gary Bird never dreamed he would be a guest of the President of the United States at the State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday night. “I am very surprised, shocked really,” Bird said Monday.
Finding out what God wants
Good morning, Moore American readers. We are grateful for your presence today as we take a little time to read a portion from the Word of God.
An ideal Super Bowl
Did you know that Super Bowl Sunday is deemed the second largest food consumption day in the United States, only surpassed by Thank
Tinker Federal Credit Union reopens
Monday morning was business as usual for the Tinker Federal Credit Union in Moore.
Think of good things
Several friends and family members recommended that we watch a new television series. It was a crime drama and we viewed it through Netflix.
God, my savior, is real
Greetings, Moore American readers. We hope that you’ve had a blessed week so far. Thank you for joining us today as we’d like to di
Faith alone is not enough
Greetings American readers, welcome back to our weekly visit. We hope you’ve had a good week. It’s only mid-week, but we’re alread
New year’s resolutions
Wikipedia informs us that a New Year’s resolution is, “a commitment that an individual makes to project or the reforming of a habit
We face unwelcome reality
The Affordable Care Act remains vastly unpopular across the country, and problems with the program continue to be revealed. These
Jehovah’s Witnesses to gather in Midwest City
Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Midwest City and Moore area will attend a weekend of spiritual instruction on Jan. 18-19 at the Rose Sta
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