MOORE — More signs of normalcy are returning to residents of Moore more than six months after the deadly tornado.
Services have resumed at the Moore Post Office, which was heavily damaged in the May 20 twister. According to an area newspaper, the post office reopened last week with P.O. box delivery and retail services.
Residents who cannot receive mail at their homes because of storm damage can still receive mail at a temporary site at 1600 S. Broadway Ave. or at a temporary modular unit at the Santa Fe Station in Oklahoma City.
Last week, a temporary medical facility opened in Moore, adding more services that had been missing since the EF5 tornado devastated the town.