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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
Boeing professional teacher development grants available
Public school teachers in Canadian, Cleveland, and Oklahoma counties can apply through Dec. 16 for professional development grants in STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — sponsored by the Boeing Company.
MNTC hosts free small business webinar
On Nov. 20, Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center will re-broadcast a webinar titled “Predicting Your Succes
Veterans bid volunteer goodbye
The volunteer of the week has been with us for more than three years. Ray Stelting is the person who has kept the coffee and donuts
Judge takes oath
Cleveland County’s newest district judge, a self-described “reverse Okie” who came to Norman from southern California to attend the OU College of Law, took the oath of office inside a packed courtroom Nov. 1 afternoon.
Software company to settle in Moore
A large software company is expected to bring 150 jobs to Moore at start up, with more jobs expected in the future. The company wi
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