The Norman Transcript

Moore Strong - Six month later

Moore Strong - Six month later
  • Moore Schools, Ad Valorem-Superintendent Robert Romines Moore Schools hopeful as ad valorem statements approach

    MOORE — Moore Public School officials remain hopeful that the school system won’t suffer from a loss of property tax after the devastating May 2013 tornado. In fact, current figures suggest that Moore schools may benefit from a growth from ...

    November 20, 2013 1 Photo

  • Business coming back ‘stronger and better’

    When Jerry Mosley looks out the window of his small office in a cramped trailer that is now Control Flow Inc.’s Oklahoma headquarters, he can see clearly the pieces of the horrific past that forced him into the temporary lodging....

    November 20, 2013

  • 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....

    November 20, 2013

  • Cars In Moore Medical Center 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 ...

    November 20, 2013 3 Photos

  • Moore Tornado 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 ...

    November 20, 2013 2 Photos

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