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Art Feeds program helps students recover after tornadoes
From dancing to writing prompts, playing pretend to drawing a comic book, students at Plaza Towers and Briarwood elementary schools have been busy creating.
Moore police get new opportunity
MOORE — Moore police officers will soon have realistic training in various scenarios encountered in the field, thanks to a new fire
Medical examiner says Rodriguez died of physical struggle, heart problem
OKLAHOMA CITY — Luis Rodriguez’s death earlier this year in Moore has been ruled a homicide, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. It’s a determination the Rodriguez family saw coming.
Three selected for board of directors
Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity announced the election of members to its board of directors: Mark McBride, State Representati
Concert celebrates Easter
Celebrate the Easter season during “Lamb of God,” a musical by Rob Gardner, presented by the Central Saints Chorus and orchestra during three free concerts in the metro area.
Joplin students bring message of hope to Moore elementary schools
This week marks “Doomsday” for the millions of computer users who currently have Windows XP. After Tuesday, Windows no longer supports XP. The end result is that your computer is then unprotected leaving room for a virus to attack.
Jesus is our only salvation
We are grateful for all the Moore American readers’ presence today as we take a little time to continue our study on the teaching of Christ.
Mass grave of fire victims found
After years of searching for a mass grave in the IOOF Cemetery where 38 fire victims from the 1918 Oklahoma State Hospital fire wer
Local CASA supervisor is Child Advocate of the Year
Cleveland County CASA Supervisor Tiffany Page said she was shocked when she learned she was awarded the Oklahoma CASA Association’s 2014 Child Advocate of the Year.
Rodriguez family’s lawyer attempting to make deal
The family of Luis Rodriguez is still waiting to see critical evidence relating to his death more than a month ago. But according to the family lawyer, Michael Brooks-Jime’nez, they may be one step closer to making that happen.
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