Tornado victims make new memories
Violent May tornadoes may have destroyed homes and possessions but a group of Oklahoma volunteers are working to ensure the future is filled with memories for storm victims.
Okla. jail population climbs
The prisoner population at the F. Dewayne Beggs Detention Center reached 500 this week. Of those prisoners, Undersheriff Rhett Burnett reported that about 25 percent are Department of Corrections bound.
Volunteer photographers offer free family portraits
A group of volunteer photographers will join forces Saturday at Journey Church, 3801 Journey Parkway in Norman to offer free picture sittings to families impacted by the May tornadoes.
What do children’s clothes say?
We are so glad to be back. After a much-needed break and well-deserved vacation, we hope you are all as excited as we are to begin another school year.
Heartland Hospice seeks volunteers
Heartland Hospice of Norman is seeking volunteers to brighten the lives of patients throughout the Norman and Greater Oklahoma City
Movie night planned
Movie in the Park is sponsored by the Moore Public Library, the city of Moore and Moore Parks and Recreation. The next event will b
Hide safely under God’s shadow
Under Thy Shadow I will abide For safely within Thy Bosom I hide. Keep me safe both night and day; Let me never go astray. Deep in a valley or high on a hill Yet will I trust Thee, trust Thee still.
Platt College receives excellence award
Platt College in Moore, a post-secondary education provider in Oklahoma, has been recognized as a School of Excellence by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Car seat event set for Fri.
The Moore Health Department and the SAFE Kids Coalition are partnering to provide car seats for those affected by the Moore tornado
Girl Scouts invited to dance
The Thunderbird Girl Scout Service Unit of Norman is inviting sister Girl Scouts from Moore to join them for a Daddy-Daughter Dance from 4 to 6 p.m. July 20 at St. Stephen’s United Methodist Church, 1801 W. Brooks St., in Norman.
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