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Grand jury scrutinizes commissioner’s payment
Several Cleveland County officials have confirmed that investigators for a multi-county grand jury are looking into the possibility
City, COSWA partner to conserve water
The City of Moore and the Central Oklahoma Storm Water Alliance are partnering to encourage residents to conserve water and reduce pollution through the use of rain barrels.
Flu death reported
The first reported flu death in Cleveland County this year was announced last week by the Cleveland County Health Department.
Getting both sides
Our family is of a different ethnicity from the majority of the students at my oldest child’s school. He has said to us several tim
Lankford to run for Coburn’s Senate seat
OKLAHOMA CITY — James Lankford, the Congressman from Oklahoma City who once helped run the largest Christian youth camp in the nati
City officials offer public hearing on grants
On Jan. 8, the City of Moore held a public hearing to gather input from citizens regarding the expenditure of grant funds for two separate but related programs.
Call center closing
According to Moore City Manager Steve Eddy, the Convergys call center located adjacent to I-35 in Moore, will soon shut its doors.
Poverty down, worries remain
Go to any public place in Oklahoma with a broad cross-section of people and take a look around. Every sixth Oklahoman you see, on average, will be officially poor.
Convicted murderer from pharmacy case in shoot out
After an alleged shoot-out in Moore last month, a teen who was involved in the 2009 Oklahoma City pharmacist robbery now faces a fi
County approves five-year road, bridge plan
With no public discussion, Cleveland County’s Board of Commissioners approved a five-year, $4.664 million road and bridge plan at its regular meeting Monday afternoon.
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