Students from Moore Schools took part in National Signing Day Wednesday, making their commitment to play college sports.
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Healthplex, EMSStat recognized
Norman Regional Health System’s Healthplex and EMSStat teams were recognized Thursday by the American Heart Association, receiving a Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.
DHS opens lecture series
People leaving incarceration face a variety of challenges even without a diagnosis of mental illness. But for those who face mental
‘Magic Kids’ get royal treatment
A Moore elementary student is among three metro children honored by Oklahoma City radio station, KMGL-FM, as “Magic Kids” for their outstanding contributions to their families, schools and local communities.
Toothpick holders’ convention coming
Lynne Ryan has been collecting toothpick holders her entire life. “My parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. ‘Bud’ Gibbs started our collectio
Gang member charged in shooting
An Oklahoma City man police identified as a gang member was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon Thursday after sh
Angels protect us
A co-worker unpacked a box of copy machine paper from a cardboard box and got a nasty paper cut. Because the source was cardboard, it was deeper than most and the bleeding was difficult to stop.
Southmoore student wins gold at National FCCLA
More than 7,000 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members, advisers, alumni, and guests from across the country recen
Sculpture brings tornado-torn community back together
After the May 20 tornado tore through Moore in 2013, hundreds of families were left to pick up the pieces. And it was in these old, shattered pieces of people’s homes and scattered debris that two local artists found something new.
Panel explains forced labor system
Many topics were discussed over the course of three days during the 2014 Oklahoma Judicial Conference, but one of the newest issues
Moore shut out of prevention aid
As a massive tornado bore down on Moore on the afternoon of May 20, 2013, residents scrambled to find shelter. Some retreated to safe rooms at home or in buildings. Many hid in closets, bathrooms or hallways.
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