City Leadership Eye More Big Changes After Busy 2017
Residents of Moore saw numerous changes and improvements all across the city in 2017. City Manager Brooks Mitchell said a lot of projects were completed but notes that residents will see more changes in the year to come.
“The first step to starting 2018 off healthy is finding your WHY!” said Alyssia Migliaccio, an Orangetheory Fitness Coach in Moore. “If you have a good why behind wanting to be healthy and getting in better shape, nothing can stop you.”
Best of Moore Voting Time!
Vote for your local favorites until midnight on January 31, 2018.
Support Small Business Saturday November 25
As you map out your shopping plans this season, don’t forget to mark November 25 on your calendar. That is the date for Small Business Saturday.
Former UConn Star and OU Coach Helping Local Athletes Achieve Excellence
Stacy Hansmeyer remembers what it felt like the first time she picked up a basketball.
“As soon as the ball was in my hands it just felt right,” said Hansmeyer.
PHOTO GALLERY: Jaguars Sweep SaberCats
Ah, the delicate dance that is high school rivalry basketball games!
Moore High School Student Athlete of the Week - Alex Wright
Lion senior keeps positive attitude while dealing with season-ending injury.
Westmoore's Riley Mize is Student Athlete of the Week
Jaguar senior enjoys hard work, academics, and the brotherhood of football.
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