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As Moore rebuilds, survivors still face loss
MOORE — Six months after the May 20 tornado, Moore is rebuilding at a rapid pace. However, for many who lost everything in the storm recovery is an uphill battle....
Moore Medical Center executive recounts whirlwind first week on the job
MOORE — Richie Splitt started work as Moore Medical Center’s top executive on May 13. Seven days later on May 20, an EF-5 tornado destroyed the Moore facility along with the cars of every Moore Medical employee and doctor who was at the ...
Moore city manager said business is starting to return to normal
MOORE — The view from Steve Eddy’s office is quite impressive. As far as the eye can see, there are blue skies overlooking a crisp November morning. Cars just a few feet away rush to their destinations. And business around city hall seems ...
- Planetarium slates annual Christmas ‘Star’ event
- Thunder flip the switch against Nuggets
Pearl Jam gets therapy in Oklahoma city
Eddie Vedder stood in the same area that Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have hooked up for countless plays. But as the front man for Pearl Jam spoke to the sold out crowd at Chesapeake Energy Arena, he wasn’t offering the fans a mea culpa or an apology. Just an explanation.
Sulphur residents ask Oklahoma Water Resources Board to reconsider Arbuckle-Simpson decision
Two Sulphur residents are challenging the Oklahoma Water Resources Board’s decision to limit the amount of water that can be withdrawn from the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer each year.
Woman arrested for vehicular manslaughter
Enid police said Jonna M. Jordan was arrested for backing over Orlando Rutledge in a driveway on West Wabash Friday night.
Woman dies at Garfield County Jail
Enid police say Jordan Lindsey Leigh Thompson, 26, was was found unresponsive in her cell at 4:30 a.m. She was booked into jail at 7 p.m. Friday.
- Slideshow: Enid PBR Challenge Bull riders concluded their two-day stop in Enid on Saturday night at the Enid Event Center. (Slideshow by Bonnie Vculek)
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