Scrape certain elements from a badly formatted/older web pages

So I’m a bit new at UiPath but I think I got the basics nailed down. My problem is that I’m trying to extract data from a bunch of web pages that haven’t been updated in a decade or so. All the information is thrown around haphazardly so there’s no structure that the robot can go off. I’m assuming this means I need to use OCR but I’m having a little trouble figuring out how it works.

For reference, here are some examples of the web pages I’m trying to scrape:

If you look at the pages in dev mode you’ll see that everything is just thrown in some

tags and some of the info I’m trying to get (like the value of the award) is at a different place every time. I’ve tried anchors, some OCR but nothing seems to work properly.

So before I spend any more time on this I was just wondering if someone could tell me the proper way to go about extracting this information.

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