City fixing hearts, homes
Six months after the May 20 tornado, Moore is rebuilding at a rapid pace. However, for many who lost everything in the storm recovery is an uphill battle.
Follow fireplace and wood stove safety rules
When the weather outside is frightful, there is nothing better than a roaring fire to chase away the chill. To take full advantage of the cozy warmth, be sure to follow a few common sense precautions to cut the risk of a home fire.
Worship should be ‘in truth’
Good morning Moore American readers. Thank you for joining us today, those who are diligently seeking things from the spiritual realm.
Q: My 10th grade son has been a happy, well-rounded boy until recently. The “love of his life” just ended their yearlong relationsh
Holiday dinner set Tues.
Mercy Chefs will return to Moore from 4 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 26 to provide a Thanksgiving dinner to 1,500 individuals at Southgate Baptist Church, 740 SW 4th St.
Veterans help 154
We are recognizing Billy Prater as the volunteer of the week.
Annual gingerbread house competition set
Aging Services Inc. is making plans for the fifth annual gingerbread house competition and silent auction. The event will be from
Turn up your prayer level
The morning was damp and cold. Throwing back the covers lasted all of two seconds before snuggling under their warmth again.
Parents need to keep updated on student grades
Readers: If you don’t happen to use the technology available to monitor your student’s grades and attendance regularly, we would li
Claims on tax returns part of disaster recovery
Taxes are not high on the to-do list for the millions impacted by federally declared disasters every year, but tax breaks can play
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