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Brits love bands
American marching bands are apparently quite popular in London — popular enough that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth sent delegates to
Residents to plant more than 2,300 free trees from Moore Beautiful Trees
Moore residents picked up enough free trees Friday to plant a small forest.
Pastor restores lives, homes
Pastoring and home-building come together for a pastor in Moore. Rob Harris, pastor at Moore First United Methodist Church, 201 W.
Changing health care means shift in services
The Norman Regional Hospital Authority approved plans Monday for a five-story, 100,000-square-foot, $28.8 million facility for the
Haunt Old Town draws hundreds of costume-clad families for treats and activities
The weather was frightful, but that didn’t keep trick-or-treaters of all ages away from Moore’s spooktacular Haunt Old Town on Saturday.
Two Moore families get new homes after storm
Two Moore families who had lost everything in the May 20 tornado experienced their own version of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Saturday.
SMoore plays in London
The Southmoore High School Band has been invited to join more than 10,000 performers marching in the 28th New Year’s Day Parade in London.
City economic development booming
The May 20 tornado destroyed houses and stripped trees bare, but it hasn’t frightened off developers who want to land their busines
Redbud Dental now open
Dr. Jay Peck’s philosophy of talking with patients rather than to patients has helped his Edmond dental clinic, Redbud Dental, deve
ACLU honors lawmakers
Two Cleveland County legislators have been honored by the ACLU of Oklahoma.
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