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FBI warns of scam
The Federal Bureau of Investigation advises the public of a fraudulent phone and email scam targeting Oklahoma utility customers.
Humanitarian Council taking grant applications
The Oklahoma Humanities Council is accepting applications and drafts for any Oklahoma nonprofits wishing to apply to receive a major grant award of up to $8,500 or a challenge grant award of up to $15,000.
Get authorities involved when abuse is suspected
Q: I have a gut feeling that one of my son’s friends is being hit by someone in his family. We have seen bruises and scratches. Whe
City to host public hearing
The City of Moore will hold a public hearing at 5:30 tonight at Moore City Hall, 301 N. Broadway Ave., to gather public input regar
Officials approve apartment rezoning area
Meeting on Monday evening for the first time in 2014, Moore City council members approved an application to rezone an area north of SW 19th Street and west of Telephone Road.
Inter-tribal dances foster competition, camaraderie
Powwows — get-togethers sponsored by Native Americans for dancing, singing, drumming and conversation — are one way elders instill
Sullivan re-elected chairman
District 3 Commissioner Rusty Sullivan has been re-elected chairman of the Cleveland County Board of Commissioners.
Sheriff’s office honors F. DeWayne Beggs
The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office honored a late sheriff for his years of service with the agency Sunday at the F. DeWayne Beggs Detention Center.
HeyDay bowling growing up
Bowling is coming out of the back room and into the boardroom with the proposal of a $9 million renovation of HeyDay Entertainment
Report: Justice reform efforts weakened
Behind-the-scenes moves by Gov. Mary Fallin’s senior staff members helped lead to a severe weakening of a program designed to cut t
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