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Destroyed business ready to build back
When Jerry Mosley looks out the window of his small office in a cramped trailer that is now Control Flow Inc.’s Oklahoma headquarters, he can see clearly the pieces of the horrific past that forced him into the temporary lodging.
Moore sales tax booming
Post tornado sales tax collections are booming in Moore and Norman. Moore’s sales tax receipts on the 3 percent collected for city
Commissioners sell 4 1.25-acre building lots
Cleveland County commissioners sold four 1.25 acre building lots in the Pecan Creek Northeast addition in the eastern part of the county Monday.
Cities speeding toward a connected future
Shoppers or commuters could hop on a commuter train or a rapid transit bus to get from Moore or Norman to a job in downtown Oklahom
Kids deal with drama
Q: I realized going to the middle school was going to be different for my daughter, but I am unprepared to deal with the “drama” th
May we all give thanks
In eight days it will be Thanksgiving. It seems like we just put Easter baskets away and now Thanksgiving is at our doorstep.
Moore celebrates Veterans Park restoration
Moore families came together Nov. 8 to celebrate “America’s favorite park,” and the hefty sum of cash that Coca-Cola is sending to restore it to its pre-tornado glory.
OKC to host tornado summit
OKLAHOMA CITY — Insurance industry professionals, emergency managers, policymakers and weather experts are invited to attend the third annual National Tornado Summit in Oklahoma City Feb. 10-11 at the Cox Convention Center.
Judge Thad Balkman settling into new job
With a week and a half on the job, Thad Balkman seems to have settled into being Cleveland County’s newest district judge.
Toby Keith Foundation opens OK Kids Corral
OKLAHOMA CITY — After years of planning and fundraising, the Toby Keith Foundation will officially open its doors at OK Kids Korral
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