By Silas Allen, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Nov 28, 2014
An EF5 tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City area on May 24, 2011, cost the metro several lives and left many residents without homes. But now, researchers hope the storm can offer clues about what makes certain tornadoes so powerful and, eventually, help save lives when they arise.
Dustin Rollin Self left his Piedmont home in March 2013 to camp in the Oregon mountains. On Oct. 7, a hunter found human remains on Steens Mountain, authorities said Friday. Self’s personal identification was found with the remains.
Piedmont lineman Marshall Wallace grabbed a microphone at The Oklahoman‘s Media Day recently and asked his quarterback and best friend Lucus Richert a few questions. Wallace: “What is your dream date?” Richert: “Well, it sounds kind of weird but I like to go out to a nice restaurant and then I’m a big […]
By Darla Slipke, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Aug 15, 2014
Five-year-old Taron Burton, of Piedmont, was home alone with his mom when she collapsed earlier this week, but he didn’t panic. Burton stayed calm and called for help, which prompted officials with the Emergency Medical Services Authority to honor him as an ‘Everyday Hero.’