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Man fined $2,000 in theft
A Cleveland County jury on Feb. 7 found an Oklahoma City man guilty of disturbing a disaster area following May’s deadly tornado in Moore.
Kiwanis honors Students of Month
The Norman Kiwanis Club recognized two Moore Norman Technology Center students as January Students of the Month during the regular meeting last week. The students represent the Technical and Health areas of study at MNTC.
County offers health workshop
Shape Your Future Cleveland County is inviting the public to the Cleveland County Nutrition and Fitness Got Health Community Worksh
Cherish the moments
If you are into the latest fads, then you sure to have order personalized M&Ms for your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day.
Moore Chamber to offer seminar series
The Moore Chamber of Commerce will host a lunch- and-learn series beginning Feb. 19.
Redistricting to add three new schools
Moore Public Schools’ board of education approved redistricting finalizations at a regular board meeting this past month. Moore Pub
Drawn Together raises $70,000
The Pioneer Library System, along with multiple partner organizations and the generosity of many individuals, has announced the don
Moore students commit to play college sports
Students from Moore Schools took part in National Signing Day Wednesday, making their commitment to play college sports.
Iconic meteorologist speaks at Moore Chamber luncheon
Every since the seventh grade, Gary England knew that he wanted to be a television weather man, even all those years ago growing up in Seiling, Okla.
Tornado victims scorn zoning attempt
MOORE — Residents filled Moore City Hall on Monday night to protest a zoning request that would allow apartments to be built next to a single-family neighborhood that had been devastated by the May 20 tornado.
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