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A couple mourns the losses of the young lives taken that day
When the tornado hit, Dennis and Wilma Chastain were holding hands. On May 20, 2013, the couple left their home in south Oklahoma C
Community still grieving but looking toward future, new beginnings
One year after an EF-5 tornado devastated a core area of Moore that included the Moore Medical Center, the community gathered on the site of the former hospital to reflect and remember those who were lost.
Angels singing song of peace
A song has been filtering through my mind as clearly as if angels are singing it in my ear.
Moore girl named hospital ambassador
OKLAHOMA CITY — In an attempt to recount the past for a brighter future, 12-year-old Emilee Spencer continues to share her story of
Devon Energy’s $200K gift helps city rebuild
After suffering through five tornadoes and bouncing back, Moore has proved itself to be resilient. On the morning of May 13, that
Sales tax continues strong upward trend
Five Saturdays in March, lively construction, and overall good business were likely reasons for a strong boost to city and county c
Higher education could survive state budget cuts
OKLAHOMA CITY — Advocates for state colleges and universities who braced for deep spending cuts breathed sighs of relief Friday mor
Pig farmers try to contain virus
OKLAHOMA CITY — State ranchers celebrating the arrival of 8 million piglets this spring are wary of their fate, as the pork industry faces the threat of a virus that is deadly for the youngest in their herds.
Ebrey gets Phoenix Award
WASHINGTON – Deidre Ebrey, director of Economic Development & Marketing for the City of Moore, received the Phoenix Award for Outst
Deer crash into McAlester Check ’n Go
McAlester — Anyone planning to drop by Check ’n Go in the Tandy Town shopping center near noon Tuesday to pick up a few extra bucks might have encountered the four-legged kind.
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