Letter carriers to stamp out hunger May 10 in 127 cities
On May 10, letter carriers in more than 120 cities in central and western Oklahoma will help Stamp Out Hunger by collecting canned
Test exemptions may be more flexible
OKLAHOMA CITY — Following the latest kerfuffle over standardized assessments, the State Department of Education is reviewing its testing exemption policy to determine how to add more flexibility.
Tech can interfere with parenting
Q: Hi, I’m an eighth-grader and have a little sister in fifth grade. We love our mom and dad. They are always on their cell phones.
Congressman Cole sees looming fiscal crisis
Speaking at the Moore Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon on April 22, Congressman Tom Cole jokingly said that it was going to be a good day since he was only two miles from his home.
Church to host ‘Genealogy in the Classroom’ conference
OKLAHOMA CITY — Children who know their family history are often better fortified against the storms of life, according to a longtime educator scheduled to teach a “Genealogy in the Classroom” workshop.
Moore author releases new thriller sci-fi book
“Cerebral,” a new thriller sci-fi by author Jared Williams, was recently released nation wide.
Mother urged to be advocate for her child
I’m very fortunate to have a daughter who is very bright and has been placed in a gifted program. This year, however, she has been
Red Carpet Film Festival shows student creativity
Moore Norman Technology Center’s Digital Video Production, DVP, and graphic design classes will host the sixth annual Red Carpet Fi
Parent urged to get help with drug use concerns
Q: I know my son is using drugs ... I just know it. His grades have dropped, and he is totally uninterested in anything including e
What does it mean to wear the name Christian?
Greetings to all Moore American readers, welcome back to our weekly visit. We hope you’ve had a good week. Create plans to attend t
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