MOORE — Youngsters wishing to go out trick-or-treating can go door-to-door all day Wednesday, Oct. 31st, according to the city of Moore website.
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Moore Veterans Memorial will be repaired
The May 20 tornado in Moore ripped trees from their roots and branches from their trunks, but two long-deceased trees stood strong as the Veterans Memorial Park was torn apart around them.
Moore High School’s class of 1973 reunion helps unite community scarred by tornado
Moore High School’s class of 1973 reunion was an opportunity for old schoolmates to reminisce and relax. But the class of ’73, like everything else in Moore, has been touched by the destruction of the May 20 tornado.
Moore City Council conducts business as usual — almost
The Moore City Council returned to normal business at Monday night’s meeting, dealing with zoning change requests and appointments
County approves funding for non-profit court services
Cleveland County Commissioners approved agreements and funding for the Women’s Resource Center for $40,000 and with the court-appointed special advocates (CASA) for $62,000. Those agencies provide court services, said commissioners.
Toby Keith plans concert
Toby Keith is stepping on stage with a star-studded lineup of performers for the Oklahoma Twister Relief Concert at 3 p.m. July 6 at the University of Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, 180 E. Brooks St.
Insurance claims on the rise
OKLAHOMA CITY — Insurance claims filed in response to several May tornadoes jumped to 60,308 Tuesday, with insurance payments reaching $470,323,299.
Habitat for Humanity rebuilds
Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity has announced plans to continue their support of long-term rebuilding efforts that will benef
Storm-damaged home burns
A residence at 851 Cardan Place in Moore’s Plaza Towers subdivision burned on Friday afternoon. Moore Fire Chief Gary Bird said smoke was already visible from Fire Station 1 when engines deployed.
God will send his angels to protect us
We are told that we entertain angels and are not even aware they are surrounding us. Angels protect, guide, encourage, assist and bring messages from God.
Doing it for the kids
Howard Barnett said his son still has nightmares. Even though it has been more than three weeks since the EF-5 tornado ripped through Moore, killing 24 people and injuring another 300, 6-year-old Adorian Barnett is still feeling the effects.
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