Jon Hansen had helped with tornado recovery efforts before.
Doctor's suspect a piece of paper scalped Carolyn Stager. Anything bigger or sharper would have killed her.
The last thing sold at Jackie's Farmer's Store was a pack of AA batteries.
Kelli Kindschi cried when the bulldozers came.
Margie and Terry West are comfortable sitting out on the porch of their home in this growing Canadian County city these days.
Cecil Hawkins lay flat on his stomach in the grass, eyeing the maple tree in his back yard as the tornado ripped off all the branches. If the tornado didn't knock that tree on him, he thought, he'd survive.
Dion Henderson is deaf, but he heard the tornado that killed his mother.
Mary Faris felt a sense of comfort when her bathroom wall fell on her back.
Kay Engle, principal of Kelley Elementary, may very well owe her life to a last minute change of plan.