Economic boom underway across Claremore
When Claremore City Manager Jim Thomas declares “It’s a new day in Claremore,” it’s obvious he believes it.
Study: $6 billion spent on Oklahoma wind energy
Developers have invested more than $6 billion in wind farm construction in Oklahoma and the state now ranks sixth in the nation in the amount of wind energy generated for consumers, according to a new study released Wednesday that was commissioned by The Wind Coalition.
Pelco Structural honored as Educational Partner
Pelco Structural, LLC was honored with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education's Economic Development Grant for the Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award, which highlights successful partnerships between higher education institutions and businesses.
Senate OKs bill to offer company incentives
A plan to offer cash incentives to companies who pay for their workers to get degrees or certification in certain high-needs areas has passed the Oklahoma Senate.
Advocates for Others: Bear helps women start over after incarceration
She Brews Coffee House owner Rhonda Bear promotes positive change to women struggling with troubled pasts, such as incarceration. Through a healthy work environment, Bear provides the individuals with opportunities to develop life skills as they re-enter society.
Claremore brand: Clearly More
Claremore citizens received a sneak peek of the city’s new branding strategy Thursday night during a presentation by Arnett Muldrow & Associates, a South Carolina-based firm hired to energize development, drive business growth and encourage relocation.
Community Branding Kickoff postponed until Tuesday night
Due to weather, the Community Branding Kickoff event set for tonight has been postponed to 6 p.m. Tuesday night at Northeast Technologyh Center-Claremore.
Another strong year at Port of Catoosa
The Tulsa Port of Catoosa marked another banner year in 2013 — its second best ever.
RCB Bank acquires seven SpiritBank branches
RCB Bank is growing once again with the acquisition of seven new branches.
Baker Hughes Incorporated has opened its Artificial Lift Research and Technology Center (ALRTC) — a world-class, employee-designed center for research, engineering, design, and testing of artificial lift technologies.
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