Moore, Oklahoma

What is Moore, Oklahoma known for?


major feature

south of Holdenville (Holdenville, Oklahoma). In Cleveland County the river is dammed to form Lake Thunderbird. Downstream of the lake, several sections of the river have been straightened and channelized (River engineering#Channelization). Notable absences The 1985 Barrie Tornado (The "Barrie" Tornado Outbreak of 1985) that struck (1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak) Barrie, Ontario would be listed here, had it struck today. It is not listed, however, since the town's population was under 50,000 at the time (May 31, 1985). The tornado that hit Grand Valley, Ontario is not listed for similar reasons. Similarly, the 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak that spawned the deadly F5 tornado which struck Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), and Oklahoma City is not listed, since those cities had under 50,000 in population as well, and did not reach the downtown core of Oklahoma City. But today, Moore and Midwest City have well over 50,000 people. Principal cities in the district include Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), Norman (Norman, Oklahoma), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Ada (Ada, Oklahoma), Duncan (Duncan, Oklahoma), Lawton Ft. Sill (Lawton, Oklahoma), and Ardmore (Ardmore, Oklahoma).


service year

73160, 73170 area_code 405 (Area code 405) blank_name FIPS code (Federal Information Processing Standard) blank_info 40-49200 blank1_name GNIS (Geographic Names Information System) feature ID


school year

, Earlywine, Eastlake, Fairview, Fisher, Heritage Trails, Houchin, Kelley, Kingsgate, Northmoor, Oakridge, Plaza Towers, Red Oak, Santa Fe, Sky Ranch, Sooner, South Lake, Southgate-Rippetoe, Wayland Anders Bonds and Winding Creek. On May 20, 2013, while classes were in progress, several of Moore's schools were damaged or destroyed by the 2013 Moore Tornado, most notably Plaza Towers Elementary and Briarwood Elementary. However, these schools were rebuilt and reopened for the 2014-15 school year. Libraries

: journalrecord.com 2011 07 11 moore-imax-opening-pushed-back-to-february-2-real-estate * Oklahoma City, AMC Theatres 24 (AMC Theatres) at Quail Springs Mall '''Highland East Junior High School''' is a middle school located in Moore, Oklahoma, USA. Highland East was built in 1973 and was opened in 1975. It consists of grades 7 and 8. As of the 2004-2005 school year there were 993 students


title event

saved many lives. Kansas Governor (Governor of Kansas) Kathleen Sebelius


public career

Technology Center is a public career and technology education center. Its campuses however are outside of Moore in Norman and South Oklahoma City. Primary and secondary schools Moore Public Schools has 3 high schools: Moore (Moore High School (Oklahoma)), Southmoore (Southmoore High School), Westmoore (Westmoore High School); 5 junior high schools: Brink, Central, Highland East, Highland West, Moore West; and 23 elementary schools: Apple Creek, Briarwood, Broadmoore, Bryant


event record

saved many lives. Kansas Governor (Governor of Kansas) Kathleen Sebelius


played defensive

Keith became interested in the musicians who came there to play. He did odd jobs around the supper club and started getting up on the bandstand to play with the band. He got his first guitar at the age of eight. After the family moved to Moore, Oklahoma, Keith attended Highland West Junior High and Moore High School (Moore High School, Oklahoma), where he played defensive end on the football (American football) team. south of Holdenville (Holdenville, Oklahoma). In Cleveland County the river is dammed to form Lake Thunderbird. Downstream of the lake, several sections of the river have been straightened and channelized (River engineering#Channelization). Notable absences The 1985 Barrie Tornado (The "Barrie" Tornado Outbreak of 1985) that struck (1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak) Barrie, Ontario would be listed here, had it struck today. It is not listed, however, since the town's population was under 50,000 at the time (May 31, 1985). The tornado that hit Grand Valley, Ontario is not listed for similar reasons. Similarly, the 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak that spawned the deadly F5 tornado which struck Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), and Oklahoma City is not listed, since those cities had under 50,000 in population as well, and did not reach the downtown core of Oklahoma City. But today, Moore and Midwest City have well over 50,000 people. Principal cities in the district include Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), Norman (Norman, Oklahoma), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Ada (Ada, Oklahoma), Duncan (Duncan, Oklahoma), Lawton Ft. Sill (Lawton, Oklahoma), and Ardmore (Ardmore, Oklahoma).


independent title

saved many lives. south of Holdenville (Holdenville, Oklahoma). In Cleveland County the river is dammed to form Lake Thunderbird. Downstream of the lake, several sections of the river have been straightened and channelized (River engineering#Channelization). Notable absences The 1985 Barrie Tornado (The "Barrie" Tornado Outbreak of 1985) that struck (1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak) Barrie, Ontario would be listed here, had it struck today. It is not listed, however, since the town's population was under 50,000 at the time (May 31, 1985). The tornado that hit Grand Valley, Ontario is not listed for similar reasons. Similarly, the 1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak that spawned the deadly F5 tornado which struck Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), and Oklahoma City is not listed, since those cities had under 50,000 in population as well, and did not reach the downtown core of Oklahoma City. But today, Moore and Midwest City have well over 50,000 people. Principal cities in the district include Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma), Norman (Norman, Oklahoma), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Ada (Ada, Oklahoma), Duncan (Duncan, Oklahoma), Lawton Ft. Sill (Lawton, Oklahoma), and Ardmore (Ardmore, Oklahoma).


efforts related

: www.norman.noaa.gov 2001 01 oklahoma-groups-honored-by-american-meteorological-society-for-efforts-related-to-1999-tornado-outbreak Norman.noaa.gov Oklahoma * Moore (OKC Metro Area) (Moore, Oklahoma), Warren Theatres - Broke ground July 11, 2011. Scheduled to open in February 24, 2012. Will be as large as its sister theatre in Wichita, Kansas. That said, it will make a tie for the world's largest Digital IMAX theaters. http


biography work

. Early life Keith was born in Clinton, Oklahoma, the son of Carolyn Joan (''née'' Ross) and Hubert K. Covel Jr. ref

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Moore, Oklahoma

'''Moore''' is a city in Cleveland County (Cleveland County, Oklahoma), Oklahoma, United States and is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The population was 55,081 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), making it the seventh largest city in the state of Oklahoma.

Located between Oklahoma City and Norman (Norman, Oklahoma), the city has been the site of several devastating tornadoes, with those occurring in 1999 and 2013 receiving national attention. The city was also damaged by other tornadoes in 1998, 2003, and 2010.

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