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.
Assisted living center playing Santa
Legend at Rivendell Assisted Living, 13200 S. May Ave. in Oklahoma City, wants to make sure that the dozens of senior adults displaced by May’s storms are remembered this holiday season.
Christmas Expressions spreads cheer year-round
NORMAN — Despite its name, Christmas Expression, a locally owned and operated gift gallery of traditional and whimsy merchandise is
Know your stuff when it comes to freezing weather
“Oh the weather outside is frightful …” We all know the song, but are you ready for all that winter weather brings? “The categorie
Seniors share their poetry
OKLAHOMA CITY— The 39th Annual Oklahoma Conference on Aging is accepting entries for the 2014 Senior Poetry Contest.
The little things God requires for salvation
Greetings Moore American readers. Thank you for joining us today as we study from the Word of God. We will study the scriptures for
The education pendulum
As long time educators, I’m sure you have seen many changes in the educational process. I am worried about where education is heade
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