NORMAN — Disaster victims may need to reconstruct their financial records to prove a casualty loss occurred for insurance reimbursement and tax purposes. Obtaining prior year tax returns for tax and insurance purposes is a common challenge faced by severe weather incident victims. H&R Block clients can visit any retail office to get copies of their tax returns, even if they prepared their taxes on their own using H&R Block DIY products. Clients of the Moore office can visit the office at 4711 S.W. 29th St. in Del City while the H&R Block office in Moore at 711 S.W. 19th St. is being rebuilt due to the extensive damage from the May tornado.
Candy Basket celebrates 25 years
Perhaps it’s the chocolate covered blueberries whose deliciousness still lingers. Or maybe it’s the blood orange and wild honey white chocolate ganache that won’t soon be forgotten by your taste buds. At The Candy Basket there is decadence ...
Bramlett & Associates adopts new name reflective of business
Bramlett & Associates Multimedia LLC (Bramlett Multimedia), 215 W. Main St., announced this month that the company will change its name after 12 years in business and will do business as BOLD-Multimedia. The announcement, made first to ...
Toothpick holders convention coming to Norman
Lynne Ryan has been collecting toothpick holders her entire life. “My parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.L. ‘Bud’ Gibbs started our collection in 1936,” Ryan said. Ryan was born in 1940, and she grew up crawling around toothpick holders, as have ...
Protect your online banking, shopping with encryption
In my free, one-night class called “Fight the Internet Bad Guys and Win,” I teach everyday computer users how to stay out of trouble on the Internet. How to avoid virus infections, how to discern between the genuine and counterfeit, and ...
Tourism in Okla. creates $17.2 M in economic benefit
A new National Park Service report shows that the 1,108,103 visitors to Oklahoma’s national parks in 2013 spent $17.2 million and supported 176 jobs in the state. Oklahoma’s three national parks include: Washita Battlefield National ...
Norman United Wayboard gets to work
The United Way of Norman Board of Directors for 2014-15 has met for the first time. Leading the group as chair was Steve McDaniel of Oklahoma State Bank....
Family tragedy opened one woman’s eyes to the need of the disabled
Jean Bayles had a dream. The dream was to provide a fully accessible home for rent in Norman. Her brother, Terry Abbott, was injured when he was 15 and has been a quadriplegic since....
HeyDay brings Boomerang back to Norman
Boomerang Grille was a family-oriented, iconic restaurant for many Norman residents for many years. Few are the people who have not slid into those vinyl seated booths, picked up the red phone and ordered a Theta burger and onion rings or ...
Residents serve Leadership board
Four Norman residents are serving on the board of Leadership Oklahoma....
Bellhops offer moving help to Norman
Founders Cameron Doody and Stephen Vlahos launched Bellhops at Auburn University in 2011. “Our first year, we set a goal of 25 moves, and after three days we had moved 230 students during the college move in season.” Doody said. “That’s ...
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