The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 1,036 new COVID-19 cases in the state Sunday after a week of testing numbers impacted by winter weather.
Wednesday marks the one-year anniversary of a tragic hit-and-run incident that claimed the lives of three Moore High School students and injured several more.
Moore Norman Technology Center Small Business Management Coordinator Henry Dumas recently learned that he earned the Master Certified Coach title through the International Coaching Federation, making him the only MCC in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health reported three more COVID-19 deaths in Cleveland County on Thursday, including one in Norman.
NORMAN — The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office and other local agencies arrested six suspects last week during an undercover child sexual predator operation.
Moore Norman Technology Center’s first Basic Peace Officer Academy class graduated Dec. 11 during a socially-distanced ceremony hosted at the South Penn Campus.
The Moore City Council voted Monday night to approve spending of a second round of pandemic-related funds that will be allocated toward community health and housing needs.
On Tuesday’s ballot, there are eight state races, a presidential race, eight judicial retention votes, two state questions, two City of Moore propositions and a Little Axe Fire Protection Board race on the ballot. (Editor's note, whether or not a race is on your ballot depends on where you live; not every candidate listed below will show up on every ballot.)
Approximately 11,700 Norman OG&E customers were without power Wednesday and many more have sustained damage from downed trees and power lines after this week’s ice storm in Cleveland County.
According to the National Weather Service forecast, Tuesday’s weather is looking no better than Monday’s, with chances of freezing rain mixed with sleet possible by 10 a.m.
NORMAN — Norman saw 82 of the state's 1,829 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, according to data from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
NORMAN — Moore Public Schools has reported 221 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and staff since the fall semester began, according to a district spokesperson.
A Moore junior high student was arrested Monday morning after firing a CO2 airsoft pistol on a school bus, hitting another student in the leg, according to a district letter sent to parents and guardians.
Moore Public Schools announced Tuesday the quarantining of around 200 students and staff at Westmoore High School in the last 48 hours due to exposure to COVID-19.
Moore Public Schools released additional details on its COVID-19 contact tracing protocol earlier this week, and also released information on positive cases within the district.
The University of Oklahoma reported Friday that 62 students tested positive for COVID-19 prior to move-in day, and one student has also tested positive for the virus since arriving on campus.
Moore Public Schools released Friday an updated “Return to Learn” plan for the 2020-2021 school year that includes new face mask requirements and revisions to the district's COVID-19 exposure plan and quarantine protocol.
Max Townsend will stand trial for a Feb. 3 incident that killed three Moore high school students and injured several others, a Cleveland County judge ruled Friday.
MOORE — Moore Public Schools issued its “Return to Learn” plan for the upcoming school year Friday, which includes a mask mandate for students in grades 7-12.
NORMAN — Charges against a man accused of running over a group of Moore High School cross-country runners in February were updated to 11 felony counts on Monday.
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the state, Moore Mayor Glenn Lewis said the city currently has no plans to adopt a mandatory mask ordinance for residents.
Five officers either have resigned or put in for an earlier retirement since June 16 when the city council’s budget amendments left nine positions unfilled, Norman Police Department officials confirmed this week.
A graduate who attended Westmoore High School’s commencement ceremony Friday tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Moore Public Schools letter to parents and students.
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Fran Dunagan, age 83, passed away July 29, 2020. She was born June 6, 2020 in Holdenville, OK. Survived by 6 children; 10 grandchildren; 11 great-great-grandchildren; and 1 brother. For full obituary visit irelandfuneralhome.com. (John Ireland Funeral Home, Moore, OK.)
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