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Moore residents get free admission to home show
OKLAHOMA CITY — From March 21 to 23, Oklahomans will have the opportunity to have their outdoor living questions answered by exper
NRHS offers free at-home colorectal cancer screening
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. This cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, accordi
Westmoore grad pens book
On March 29, Oklahoma native Ben Montgomery will be at Full Circle Bookstore, 1900 Northwest Expy., Oklahoma City, signing copies o
Man charged with arson
An Oklahoma City man was charged Feb. 26 for second-degree arson after allegedly starting a fire at a Moore business in June. Artu
County hosts goat workshop
Meat and dairy goats make up a growing livestock market in Cleveland County and across the U.S. Oklahoma is currently the nation’s
Heavenly travels are the best
Everyone has their preferred method of travel. My sister, Irene, prefers airplanes. My sister, Rosemary, enjoys the airplane but also likes the train. My husband and I prefer to travel by car.
How to help prepare a senior
Q: We have always told our children that upon high school graduation, they will move out of our home to start a life of their own. The problem is now that our oldest is close to graduation, we have realized that he is not college material.
Rodriguez attorney warns of false fundraising websites
More than three weeks after the death of Luis Rodriguez, family members are having to deal with another problem, according to their
Teen charged with murder bound over for trial
NORMAN — Cleveland County Special Judge Steve Stice ruled there was enough evidence to order an Oklahoma City teen to stand trial after a preliminary hearing on March 5.
Man charged in scam
A Moore man was charged March 3 in Cleveland County District Court for two counts of obtaining contributions for charity by false p
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