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Moore voters approve proposition continuing OG&E distribution
In a landslide vote Tuesday, Moore voters approved to continue the franchise of OG&E to distribute electricity in the city and maintain poles, wires, conduits and other facilities and equipment in the public rights of way....
One step closer to judge post
Legislative leaders in both houses pledged Tuesday that securing passage of a bill adding a district judge for Cleveland County is a done deal.
Library to offer email basics class
Beginning computer users are invited to Email Basics at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Southwest Oklahoma City Public Library, 2201 SW 134th St. The class takes place in the library’s Computer Training Center.
Ashley Miller takes over as library branch manager
The Moore Public Library has a familiar face as its new branch manager. Ashley Miller, a fixture for several years in the library’s Children’s Department, began her duties leading the library April 16.
Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
Caitria O’Neill remembers her reaction to hearing tornado warnings on June 1, 2011. She went to the grocery store, she said, “becau
- Moore voters approve proposition continuing OG&E distribution
Stoops not impressed
The College Football Playoff has the dates and stadiums set for the end of the 2014 season. The issue that remains is deciding who will pick and seed the four teams.
State track heats up
YUKON — Haley Woodard heard all the talk. Throughout the track season, the Norman North sophomore knew a showdown was coming between her and Tyler Wisby of Edmond Santa Fe.
Football is back
There’s less than two weeks left before the 2012-23 school year comes to an end. But before that happens, area football teams getti
- Stoops not impressed