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.
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BCS bowl bid should help Sooners recruit
The Allstate Sugar Bowl berth marks the ninth time since 2000 Oklahoma is playing in a BCS bowl game. OU coach Bob Stoops has been at the helm for all of them. Only Ohio State has been to more (10) during the BCS era.Continued ...
Stoops, who was on the road recruiting when he talked to reporters via teleconference Sunday night, said another major bowl berth helps in recruiting.
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- BCS bowl bid should help Sooners recruit
Sooners Without Borders build water systems on break
More than a dozen University of Oklahoma College of Engineering students and professors gave up their Thanksgiving break to help build water systems in El Salvador. For some students it was their first time out of the country or to be in ...Continued ...
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Bedlam victory earns OU at-large bid to face Alabama in New Orleans
The inclination Oklahoma had played itself into a BCS bowl game with Saturday’s victory over Oklahoma State proved to be right. Sunday, the Sooners accepted a bid to face Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl Jan. 2 in New Orleans....Continued ...
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- Sooners all business at Bedlam
- Bedlam victory earns OU at-large bid to face Alabama in New Orleans
It’s time to bury the need for the N-word
The N-word again. Of course. Six years after the NAACP staged its symbolic burial, that word has proven rumors of its demise greatly exaggerated....Continued ...
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Acing the game
The air is still, apart from the whooshing sound of the tennis ball as it flies across the court. It seems the two players speak their own language as they grunt back and forth, the competition rising. Beads of sweat cling to Andrew ...Continued ...
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- Annual Christmas story contest announced
- Acing the game
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Human trafficking battled by text message
A few months ago, a worker monitoring a hotline for the Polaris Project, a nonprofit group dedicated to combating human trafficking, received a text message from an 18-year-old woman in distress.Continued ...
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- Moore Strong - Six month later
Mom: ‘Twister’ baby healthy, happy
MOORE — For most Oklahoma residents Nov. 20 marks the somber six-month anniversary of the EF-5 tornado that tore through Moore. But for one mother, the date symbolizes new life....Continued ...
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- First responders relive harrowing day
- Revisiting the path of destruction
- Warren Theatre larger than life survivor of storm
- Mom: ‘Twister’ baby healthy, happy