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About: moore, oklahoma

Moore is located in central Oklahoma, near Oklahoma City. It was founded in 1889. The town was originally referred to as "Verbeck," but was changed to Moore after a man by the name of Al Moore, who lived in a boxcar and had difficulty receiving his mail, painted his last name, Moore, on the side of his boxcar. Railroad employees began referring to the area as Moore, and the name stuck.

Population: 41138
Local Newspapers: Moore American
Local Sports Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA)
Local Colleges: Platt College

Zip Codes associated with moore, oklahoma: 73160 73170
Towns/Cities near moore, oklahoma : Norman Newcastle Valley Brook Midwest City Del City Smith Village

Moore News
Moore district teachers get unexpected bonus checks

Bryant Elementary School teacher Holly Bentley was overdrawn and didn't know how she was going to feed her young son. Teresa Humphrey, a Kelley Elementary speech teacher, couldn't afford to give her son any spending money when she dropped him off at college.

New principal brings wealth of experience to OKC school

Without them, Johnson doubts he would have been successful in turning around schools as a principal in the Moore and Mid-Del districts. "If you take care of people it seems to work out, and all of a sudden test scores start going up because people like being in school and they like the learning experience," he said recently.

Woman pleads guilty to disaster fraud after May 2013 Moore tornado

A Dallas woman pleaded guilty Friday to disaster fraud for her claim for federal assistance after the May 20, 2013 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. 58-year-old Dorothy Barney admitted in court that on June 5, 2013, she used the name, date of birth, and Social Security number of another person on an application for FEMA assistance related to purportedly damaged property in Moore.

Window Shopping: Oklahoma retail briefs for Aug. 10

A retail location near Memorial Road and May Avenue has been sold and will reopen late this year as a Saltgrass Steak House. Orlando, Florida-based National Retail Properties LP bought the building at 2747 W Memorial for $1,725,000 earlier this summer in a deal handled by Mark Inman of CBRE.

Name of officer who shot man with knife in Muskogee released Tuesday

Moore responded to a report of a man with a cowboy hat and gun in the area of 37th Street and W Okmulgee Avenue about 7:45 a.m. Monday. Ellis pulled a large hunting knife on Moore before Moore opened fire, police report.

National Night Out held in Moore

Tuesday night was a chance for people to get outside and meet fellow residents. The event marked Moore's participation in National Night Out.

Police looking for couple accused of trafficking drugs, hiding them in Moore home

Police are looking for a couple accused of trafficking drugs and using a home in Moore as a stash house. There are warrants out for Stacy Seely and Kimberlie Suarez, both charged with aggravated drug trafficking 450 grams or more of methamphetamine and drug trafficking 10 grams or more of heroine, among other drug and firearm-related charges.

Oklahoma-based National Cowboy Museum honoring bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum will honor New York Times bestselling author Mary Higgins Clark during the Annie Oakley Society annual luncheon and awards ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 14 in the Sam Noble Special Events Center.

Hundreds of law enforcement officers attend funeral for fallen Oklahoma trooper

On July 14, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. Heath Meyer was putting out stop sticks in an attempt to stop a fleeing suspect along I-35 in Moore when he was hit by a fellow trooper's vehicle.

Video: Oklahoma-made horror film 'The Harvesters' to make hometown premiere

"The Harvesters" will show for one night only in the auditorium of the Old Moore High School, 201 N Broadway, at 6 and 8:30 p.m. Aug. 19. The cost is $8 per ticket. Tickets can be purchased at the door or from TheHarvestersMovie.com .

Moore Giving $1 Million To Potential Homebuyers

After the tragedy of the 2013 Moore tornado the city was resilient. Most places in the Oklahoma City suburb have rebuilt better than they were just four years ago.

Suspect In Custody Following High-Speed Pursuit In Moore

Authorities tell News 9 the chase started after police were investigating a burglary. Officers spotted the suspect, who then took off in a gold Chevy Blazer.

Oklahoma trooper who was critically injured after being struck by patrolman's vehicle has died

The OHP says Meyer was injured July 14 after putting down strips of spikes along Interstate 35 in Moore in an attempt to stop a fleeing vehicle. The OHP says the driver of the fleeing vehicle avoided the spikes and that two other troopers chasing the driver tried to avoid the strips, but collided and one of the troopers' vehicles hit Meyer.

U.S. Rep. Tom Cole teams up with an unlikely ally on war powers

U.S. Rep. Tom Cole, R-Moore, listens during a 2015 meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington. [AP File Photo] U.S. Rep. Tom Cole wants Congress to take back its war powers, and he has found an unlikely ally in that fight.

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