Scavenger hunts, Easter Egg Scramble planned for Saturday
The Moore Parks Department will hold a Golden Egg Scavenger Hunt for families on Saturday. Seven golden eggs will be hidden arou
Church to host ‘The Mystery of Calvary’
Fresh Start Community Church, 309 N. Eastern, will host “The Mystery of Calvary” a 1920s rendition of the Easter story.
The following divorces recently were granted in Cleveland County District Court: Allen, Kelsey Mae vs. Jason Corey Zordel, Amanda vs. Michael Steven Kuhn, Linsey Pearl vs. Andrew Pierce, Timothy L. vs. Cora B.
Community preparedness a focus of United Way
Between 2001 and 2011, there were 76 presidential and disaster emergency declarations made in Oklahoma. Perhaps more remarkable is
Youth should start saving early to lock in retirement at 65
Fewer and fewer of us expect to retire at 65. However, there is still hope for those in their 20s and 30s to pull it off. It’s ha
Krows re-elected to Moore City Council Ward 1 seat
Robert Krows was re-elected March 5 with 74.9 percent of the vote for the Ward 1 Moore city council seat. Ward 2 and Ward 3 were n
FAA plans to shut down tower
The planned April 7 closure of the University of Oklahoma’s Max Westheimer Airport air traffic control tower has local and state general aviation officials concerned about flying safety.
Singles group to meet Friday
The singles of First Baptist Church Moore, 301 NE 27th St., will host Friday Night Live for Him at 7:30 p.m. Friday. There will b
Boy arrested for bringing gun to school
A Moore elementary student was arrested Monday morning after taking a loaded handgun to school. Tanner Ray Jones, 12, was arrested
Student participates in speech contest
Anika Nahar of Oklahoma City presented her speech on the U.S. Constitution to the American Legion District 5B officers and the memb
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