Moore, Oklahoma

What is Moore, Oklahoma known for?


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


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first Joshua authorlink author2 C. Alexander author3 P. Robinson author4 Y. Richardson title Low-Level Winds in Tornadoes and Potential Catastrophic Tornado Impacts in Urban Areas journal Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society volume 88 issue 1 pages 31–46 publisher American Meteorological Society date January 2007 url http: ams.allenpress.com perlserv ?request get-abstract&doi 10.1175%2FBAMS-88-1-31 doi 10.1175 BAMS-88-1-31 bibcode 2007BAMS...88...31W


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first Joshua authorlink author2 C. Alexander author3 P. Robinson author4 Y. Richardson title Low-Level Winds in Tornadoes and Potential Catastrophic Tornado Impacts in Urban Areas journal Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society volume 88 issue 1 pages 31–46 publisher American Meteorological Society date January 2007 url http: ams.allenpress.com perlserv ?request get-abstract&doi 10.1175%2FBAMS-88-1-31 doi 10.1175 BAMS-88-1-31 bibcode 2007BAMS...88...31W


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


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250px map_caption Location of Moore, Oklahoma within the state of Oklahoma and Cleveland County. image_map1 mapsize1 map_caption1 subdivision_type Country (List of sovereign states) subdivision_name United States subdivision_type1 State (Political divisions of the United States) subdivision_name1 Oklahoma subdivision_type2 List of counties in Oklahoma

blank1_info 1095494 '''Moore''' is a city in Cleveland County (Cleveland County, Oklahoma), Oklahoma, United States


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&Itemid 77 In 1966 the Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College after moving through various locations around Oklahoma, opened in the community. The Moore post office turned into a branch of the Oklahoma City post office on January 7, 1972. In the 1970s the city launched a "Smile America" campaign in which giant red, white and blue Smileys were painted on the town water towers. A smiley also adorns the city's official logo


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, +14.6%), Tulsa (391,906, −0.3%), Norman (Norman, Oklahoma) (110,925, +15.9%), Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow, Oklahoma) (98,850, +32.0%), Lawton (Lawton, Oklahoma) (96,867, +4.4%), Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma) (81,405, +19.2%), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma) (55,081, +33.9%), Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma) (54,371, +0.5%), Enid (Enid, Oklahoma) (49,379, +5.0%), and Stillwater (Stillwater, Oklahoma) (45,688, +17.0%). Of the state's ten largest cities, three are outside

, Hutchinson, Overland Park, Topeka, Manhattan, Salina, Hays, Pittsburg, Lawrence, Junction City, Emporia, McPherson (opening in April 2012) * Oklahoma: Eleven locations in Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Stillwater (Stillwater, Oklahoma) (opening in Summer 2012), Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Oklahoma City, Yukon (Yukon, Oklahoma) (opened January 2012) * Texas: Fourteen locations in Selma, seven locations in the San Antonio, Texas San Antonio

County *St. John's Episcopal School, Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), Oklahoma County (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma) *St. John's Lutheran School, Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Cleveland County (Cleveland County, Oklahoma) *St. Joseph Catholic School (Enid, Oklahoma), Enid, Garfield County Due to encroaching Interstate highways—especially Interstate 35 (Interstate 35 (Oklahoma))—the middle section of the route through Norman (Norman, Oklahoma), Moore, Oklahoma Moore


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area, New Braunfels, Euless (Euless, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Cedar Park, Round Rock, & Pflugerville (Pflugerville, Texas) US-281 (US-281 (OK)) SH-8 (Oklahoma State Highway 8) in Hinton (Hinton, Oklahoma) Moore (Moore, Oklahoma) Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, OK) line 67.1 birth_date birth_place Moore, Oklahoma, U.S. (United States) death_date Early life


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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).


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. 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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