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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.
Toby Keith to hold relief concert in Norman
Moore native Toby Keith announced Thursday that he will be hosting a concert next month to raise funds for tornado victims in his hometown and across the region.
Joplin pays it forward with supplies for Moore
Joplin, Mo., knows the devastation a tornado can create and Shelter Distribution has seen the destruction from the powerful storms
Fallin signs bill authorizing new judge in county
OKLAHOMA CITY — It’s official. Cleveland County will have an additional district judge. Gov. Mary Fallin, who signed Senate Bill 820 into law, thanked legislators Thursday for sending this bill to her desk.
Pets and owners find each other
OKLAHOMA CITY —After recent tornadoes, many people are without homes and so are many pets.
Student writes song for victims
OKLAHOMA CITY — Rebekah Willoughby, self-taught musician and ninth-grader at Chickasha High School, will donate all proceeds from the sale of her song, “Oklahoma Strong,” to benefit victims of the May 20 tornado in Moore.
Moore businesses bouncing back in wake of tornado
Business will soon be booming in Moore, said City Manager Stephen Eddy. While 36 businesses were destroyed and others affected by p
Concert benefits tornado relief
A music complex in Marlow will host a tornado relief concert featuring 11 country and rock artists at 1 p.m. Saturday. The Coffee
Form allows debris removal
Moore property owners who want city-hired contractors to remove and haul debris from their homes destroyed by the May 20 tornado must sign a right-of-entry form. The form gives city contractors permission to access the property.
Moore businesses recovering
Business will soon be booming in Moore, City Manager Stephen Eddy said. While 36 businesses were destroyed and others affected by
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