Volunteers throughout Moore County will come together in May to lend a helping hand to their friends and neighbors through the United Way Day of Caring.
- Truck spills sulfuric acid on roadway
- Woman shot in face now in stable condition
- Shania Twain: Lyme disease is a 'silent evil'
- Ricky Martin wants to add to brood
- Moore County Health Foundation shooting to support health care
- Cardi B feels 'ambushed' by Nicki Minaj too
- Barbara Palvin to be Marvel superhero
- Ellie Goulding nurturing relationship
- Ellie Goulding: Becoming vegetarian changed my life
- Elizabeth Olsen reveals her hopes for the Marvel movies
- How to manage allergies as spring arrives
- After impressive spring game, John Daka looks to improve
- NFL draft preview: Can a rookie receiver fill Packers’ Jordy Nelson void? The odds are against it
- Welcome spring and get active by hitting the trails
- Experience the benefits of a regular yoga practice
- Badgers inside linebacker Chris Orr focused on improvement, not battle for starting job
- NE-YO: Jenna Dewan seemed 'happy' in love before split
- OSU football: Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State still determining on-field setup for spring game
It’s out with the old and in with the new at the Moore County News-Press. After many months of planning and preparing, the Moore County News-Press’ all new website, www.moorenews.com, went live last Thursday morning. The site provides an all new user experience chock full of local news, weat…
We create false dichotomies. “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop; idle lips are his mouthpiece,” from the Book of Proverbs. At 14 years old in 1964, I heard, “Idle hands do the work of the devil,” while working to reset jumps at a horse show and…
Here we are saying farewell to another year and welcoming in a new year. As we say goodbye to 2017, I reflect upon the many events that took place.