- County will remove limbs Cleveland County Commissioners asked assistant district attorney David Batton to draft a resolution for roadside limb removal in the unincorporated area caused by the recent ice storm. Commissioner Rusty Sullivan said the county will remove the limbs through April 30.
County real estate
Real estate sales of $100,000 and above, as recorded by the office of Cleveland County Clerk, Tammy Howard.
Lot 18, Block 1, Hetherington Heights, $128,000. Buyer, Solon Clinton. Seller, Federal National Mortgage Association.
Winter storms hit Moore twice in as many months
Twice in as many months, Moore was blanketed with snow closing schools, businesses and some city services. The storm moved into Moore Thursday but wasn't as bad as the Christmas Eve blizzard.
"It wasn't as bad and there weren't as many vehicles out and around," City Manager Steve Eddy said.
- Lawmakers agree with Henry Local lawmakers are forecasting rain in Oklahoma this legislative session, which began Monday, hoping showers from the state's $600 million rainy day reserve will restore wilted state agencies from the $1.
- Friday trash service today
Westmoore, Kingsgate and Bryant schools select site teachers
Judy Schwarz is the Site Teacher of the Year for Westmoore High School. She is a National Board Certified Teacher and was a 2008 Oklahoma Foundation of Excellence Scholarship Recipient.
Schwarz received her bachelor of science degree in math and education in 1994 from Oklahoma State University.
Cleveland County family will receive 'extreme' new home
LEXINGTON -- This week of Brian and Audra Skaggs' life will be a whirlwind, even if they're not physically here to see most of it happen.
The Lexington couple and their two young children were chosen Monday as the recipients of a new home, courtesy of the ABC television show "Extreme Makeover Home Edition.
Economy down, property taxes up
Despite a sharp economic downturn here and across the nation, many Cleveland County residents will be receiving notices showing that their property taxes are increasing.
Cleveland County Assessor David Tinsley is sending out about 60,000 notices that show property tax increases, with the first batch being mailed Friday and Saturday.
Commissioners thank county workers for work during storm
Vice chairman Rusty Sullivan closed Monday's county commissioners' meeting with thanks to county crews during the recent storm.
"Once again I would like to compliment county workers," Sullivan said. "We closed the courthouse at noon Thursday and didn't open until Friday afternoon.
Moore sales tax collections slightly up for January
The City of Moore collected $1,932,569.29 in sales tax in January, up slightly from a year ago when the city netted $1,904,486.83.
Moore's sales tax collections are up 1.
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