As Moore and other cities across the state continue to ease restrictions, access to COVID-19 antibody testing has become more important.
The leather-clad riders filed out of the Fort Thunder Harley-Davidson parking lot in orderly pairs and lines Sunday, riding off into the near-freezing morning with a special mission.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around the corner, a local Moore organization and its members are looking to give back for the holiday seasons.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Criminal justice reform advocates Tuesday said it’s time for prosecutors to stop using sentencing enhancements to add prison time for non-violent offenders.
Despite 20-degree weather Monday evening, dozens of Norman residents travelled to the OU Innovation Hub to hear about a petition regarding gerrymandering.
D’Angelo Burgess was at least 100 yards away from the high-speed car crash that killed Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. Heath Meyer in July 2017. Meyer was struck by a fellow trooper who lost control of his cruiser as he sped north in pursuit of Burgess on Interstate 35 near the Oklahoma City line.
MOORE — City officials who congregated outside of Moore city hall Monday evening came to see something they agree is good to have but hopefully never needed.
MOORE — Gov. Kevin Stitt said he felt God called him to run for office while speaking at the Inaugural Prayer Service Tuesday at First Moore Baptist Church.
MOORE — For the next few months, drivers in Moore will have to find a new route or put up with a few delays as the bridge that takes 4th Street over the interstate undergoes repairs.
Norman Regional Health System will offer a free adult and pediatric flu shot clinic on Saturday, October 20 at Norman Regional Moore, located at 700 S. Telephone Road. The fourth annual Say Boo to the Flu vaccination clinic will be from 9 a.m. to noon, or until supplies are gone.
MOORE — Medical marijuana growers and sellers have been given the green light to operate in Moore, despite lingering uncertainty around state rules for the budding Oklahoma industry.
For over a year, Pat and Cathy Deadwiley weren’t residents of their Moore home. They were residents of the open seas.
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The University of Oklahoma has named its college of public health after the Hudson family, which has given the university millions over the years to enhance its education effort in this field.
A main break left three Moore neighborhoods without water Monday evening and into mid-morning Tuesday, as crews worked through the night to try and fix it.
Moore’s Buck Thomas Park, located at 1903 NE 12th St., was full of excitement, people, music and events during the annual Celebration in the Heartland event on July 4.
Lindsey Street merchants are still waiting for business to bounce back, now that construction has ended and the new streetscape, additional lanes, bike lanes and sidewalks are in place.
MOORE — Nearly 100 hardy individuals braved frigid temperatures and high winds on Saturday to participate in a 1.4-mile charity run and walk at Moore’s Central Park.
Moore Public Schools is preparing for a possible teacher walkout next month by providing parents and students a list of resources for school closures.
Students at Southridge Junior High School in the Moore school district did organize against school shootings Wednesday, though they did not walk out of the building.
MOORE — Moore City Council twice voted to approve zoning changes that allow businesses to develop sites near or within residential neighborhoods.
Norman Regional Health System has been named one of America’s best for Bariatric Surgery and Stroke by the Women’s Choice Award, America’s referral source for the best in healthcare. The award signifies that Norman Regional is in the top 9 percent for bariatric surgery and top 8 percent for …
Over the next two weeks or so, people will fill the shelves of the Cleveland County Christmas Store on Robinson Street with toys, clothes, food and more.
This Week's Circulars
Loretta Jane Hern Rethard, age 87, of Moore, OK, passed from this life May 19, 2020, from pancreatic cancer at the Oklahoma VA Hospital. She was born in Atkins, Arkansas to John A. Hern and Rosa M. Hern. Loretta graduated from Hector High School as valedictorian, then from Arkansas Baptist H…
Billy Richard Craig II "Rick" joined his Savior Jesus Christ in heaven on April 3, 2020. Rick was the firstborn of 6 sons to Bill and Betty Craig. He was born on November 28, 1951 in Sherman, TX. He graduated from Moore High School in 1970. In school he became an outstanding all around athle…
- NPD officers leaving, look to Moore PD
- EDITORIAL: Wear a mask in public if you can’t socially distance
- OSDH reports 585 new COVID-19 cases and 2 more deaths in Oklahoma
- Choctaw Nation announces COVID-19 relief programs
- OKC mayor to add mask requirements for restaurants and bars
- OSDH: 427 new cases, 8 in NW Oklahoma, 6 deaths reported Thursday in Oklahoma
- OSDH: Trend of COVID-19 cases curving upward 3 weeks after opening state
- Vote Tuesday if you didn’t already
- Moore residents hold first rally for racial equality
- OU football: State Fair of Texas will make decision on 2020 fair by 'mid- to late-July'
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular images.