US tells court it will challenge Hobby Lobby order
Government lawyers intend to fight a court order that lets Hobby Lobby and the Mardel Christian bookstore chain avoid fines while they challenge a portion of the new federal health care law requiring them to provide a wide range of birth control options for its workers.
Google purchases former Gatorade plant in MidAmerica Industrial Park
Google, Inc. announced today the purchase of the former Gatorade plant located adjacent to their Mayes County data center in the MidAmerica Industrial Park outside.
The Fall before the Rise
Deconstruction crews from DT Specialized Services were in downtown Claremore Tuesday morning for the razing of the Mason Center buildings at the northwest corner of SH66 and Will Rogers Boulevard.
Pixley Lumber Company to celebrate 50 years
Warren Pixley first opened the doors of his company, Pixley Lumber Company, in October 1963 in an old abandoned lumber yard located at 220 North Missouri Avenue in Claremore.
New Holland Tulsa honored with Blue Ribbon Excellence award
New Holland has announced that Tulsa New Holland, Inc. has been named a Blue Ribbon Excellence dealer.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites coming
Claremore city officials and local business owners braved the heat Thursday afternoon to hear the formal announcement of a new hotel scheduled to come to town: Holiday Inn Express & Suites.
Chamber welcomes Fried Pie of Claremore
Claremore Chamber of Commerce members hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon at Fried Pie of Claremore, 500 N. J.M. Davis Blvd.
Agency predicts Okla. unemployment tax break
State employment officials say businesses across Oklahoma can expect a break when it comes to paying unemployment insurance in 2014.
Fallin orders special legislative session
Gov. Mary Fallin has ordered the Oklahoma Legislature to convene a special session on Sept. 3 to consider restoring laws overturned by the state Supreme Court that were designed to cut businesses’ legal liability costs.
Claremore business owner Mary Klassen dies
Longtime Claremore resident and local business owner Mary Klassen has died following a bout with a rare disease, according to family members.
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