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The evening was late as we traveled back home from running a dozen errands and eating dinner at one of our favorite restaurants. It should have been pitch-black outside, but surprisingly, it wasn’t.
God’s peace is imperative
Welcome and good morning to all of our friends. Thank you for joining us today, Moore American readers.
For year of action, pres. must work with Congress
As President Theodore Roosevelt once wrote, “I have a very strong feeling that it is a president’s duty to get on with Congress if
Excess collections goes to jail debt
An unexpected boost of $4 million in sales tax collections prompted Cleveland County commissioners Wednesday to designate the excess money to pay off jail bonds early.
Commissioners set temporary burn ban
The lack of rain and recent grass fires prompted Cleveland and McClain County Commissioners to join more than a dozen other state c
Award winners honored
Two Oklahoma teachers were recognized by the State Board of Education for receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Moore resident releases book
Moore Author Mary E. Hendrix recently released her book, “What Makes a Boy Strong? What Makes a Girl Pretty?” The book provides the secret in obtaining the inner strength and beauty each male and female are dying to acquire.
Central United Way honors city manager
Moore City Manager Steve Eddy was honored with the John Rex Community Builder Award on Jan. 24 by the United Way of Central Oklahoma.
Shelter rebate offered
Now through Feb. 28, the city of Moore will solicit applicants for a storm shelter installation rebate program. For those selected
Forum helps victims
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak will offer tornado survivors the opportunity to get help with their insurance claim an
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