NORMAN — The seventh-grade Irving girls basketball team volunteered at the Salvation Army in Norman on Dec 20. Team members worked on packing toys and clothes for the children in the Cleveland County area. Front row, from left: Taylor Bell, Tiffany Sandlin, LaNaea Richardson, Kailey Warmuth, Casey Miller and Alex Gatewood. Middle row: Haley Hurst, Haley Gass, Kirsten Lewis, Hailey Stuart, Emily Spears and Taylor Redden. Back row: coach Shawn McGlone, Avery Roberts and Addison Masters.
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Latest updates on Moore tornado
A massive tornado touched down Monday afternoon in Moore, Okla., leaving entire neighborhoods flattened and dozens of people dead. Follow the latest updates in this live blog.
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Officials vow not to quit looking until everyone is found
The tornado that killed 24 people and injured at least 100 others in the Moore and Oklahoma City area cut a17 mile long path that started in Newcastle and ended at Lake Stanley Draper. Nine of the dead are children....
Norman church serves storm victims
Journey Church was humming with activity Tuesday morning as hundreds of volunteers worked to organize donated goods for the victims of Monday’s tornado in Moore....
Through the field of wreckage
Again, it was Moore. For the third time in less than 15 years, residents of this city of about 60,000 must mourn their dead, help the living and pick up the pieces of shattered lives that now lay in a field of wreckage....
Little Axe seniors celebrate graduation
Family, friends and faculty set aside grief and concern for Sunday’s and Monday’s tornado devastation Tuesday evening and celebrated the graduation of the Little Axe High School class of 2013....
Primrose offers tornado relief
In the wake of Sunday and Monday’s devastating storms, Primrose Funeral Service and Sunset Memorial Park are offering all services for a funeral or a memorial service and a burial plot at no cost to those that lost a loved one. “We want ...
County crews will assess property damages
The Cleveland County assessor expects that the number of homes destroyed by Monday’s tornado will exceed the total from the May 1999 tornado that devoured much Moore....
Joplin pays it forward to Moore following Monday twister
MOORE — Joplin is paying it forward. The day before the two-year anniversary of an EF-5 leveling one-third of Joplin, pastors from Ignite Church responded to Moore, where an EF-5 spent 40 minutes on the ground....
City awarded communities incentive grant
The city of Norman was one of 21 cities recently awarded a Healthy Communities Incentive Grant from the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust....
Hospital workers acted on their training
Medical providers acted on training and instinct Monday afternoon when an EF-5 tornado tore through the Moore Medical Center, 700 S. Telephone Road. Shannon Largent, clinical nurse manager at the center, said the hospital was on high ...
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