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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 ...
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....
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 ...
- Moore Schools hopeful as ad valorem statements approach