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McMurray,

Alta., Canada: see Fort McMurrayFort McMurray,
former city, now part of the regional municipality of Wood Buffalo, NE Alta., Canada. Originally a fur-trading post on the Athabasca and Clearwater rivers, Fort McMurray was a town of 1,200 when mining of Alberta's oil sands began in 1964.
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He was born April 19, 1963 at Murphysboro, the son of Noble Wayne and Edna (Wheatley) McMurray.
It's right up there, it was better than last year's goal against Linfield," said McMurray, referring to his strike in United's 4-1 League Cup rout of the Blues just over 12 months ago.
com)-- Lockdowel announces it has selected Charles McMurray Company as their first distributor, serving California and Nevada.
Almost a year after a wildfire devastated Fort McMurray, Alta.
Grayam McMurray, 51, was handed a suspended sentence at Cardiff Crown Court yesterday after previously pleading guilty to theft.
CAREERS: The Next Generation Foundation is launching a $1,000,000 fundraising campaign in Fort McMurray on Tuesday to Rebuild Fort McMurray and create promising futures in trades and technologies for youth and young apprentices throughout Alberta.
Fort McMurray families who lost their homes in the wildfires will soon move into longer-term temporary homes.
Residents have begun returning to Fort McMurray June 1.
Global Banking News-June 6, 2016--Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce offers community support as Fort McMurray branches reopen
Fort McMurray is the hub city for oil sands production facilities located 25 kilometers and more north of the city.
Municipal authorities in the oil town of Fort McMurray lifted the mandatory evacuation orders on Suncor's base plant and Syncrude's Mildred Lake facility, as well as nearby camps that house oil workers, late on Friday.
About 8,000 oil sands workers in camps north of Fort McMurray were evacuated last Tuesday after gusting winds and high temperatures caused the fire to move rapidly toward them.