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Lucky shoes found in old courthouse
NEWPORT, R. I. — You could call it a footnote to American history....
First Latino mayor concedes to rival
LAWRENCE, Mass. — Speaking over Spanish language radio, the first Latino to become mayor of a Massachusetts city has finally conceded defeat, three weeks after a disputed election saw him narrowly ousted by a fellow Latino and former ...
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 ...
Box office hit
MOORE — The sirens went off in Moore around 2:30 p.m., Pat Murphy, general manager of Warren Theatre remembered. “We got everybody out of the theaters and put them into the hallways,” Murphy said. Theater records indicated 200 tickets ...
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 ...
Despite smell, rare plant draws crowd
ST. PETER, Minn. — Roxanne Skogerboe’s visit to the famed corpse flower was short and not sweet. She came in one door of the greenhouse at Gustavus Adolphus College, clasped her hand to her nose, sped past the big plant and shot out the ...
Tips to ease holiday travels
Going home for the holidays can easily turn into a high-stress situation as millions of Americans clog the highways and airports during the year’s busiest travel time....
Redbud Ridge Vineyard harvest yields friendships
Sharon Minor is one of a large group of friends and strangers who gather every year to help Tom and Jann Knotts harvest their grapes. The Knotts are the proprietors of Redbud Ridge Vineyard & Winery, located in southeast Norman. Minor was ...
Teacher looks forward
Since May 20, Robin Dziedzic has been counting her blessings....
Veterans find relief helping Moore tornado victims, cleanup
For the city of Moore, it’s free tornado relief. For almost 400 U.S. military veterans, it’s an opportunity to put their training to use and continue helping people. Made up mostly of military veterans, Team Rubicon volunteers arrived in ...
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