Business owner expounds on popularity of smoking alternative
At the turn of the 19th Century, “having a case of the vapors” was considered a bad thing; but in 2013, the phrase has taken on a different meaning altogether.
Sterling House opens new memory care unit
Sterling House, a Brookdale Senior Living assisted living community, will open Clare Bridge Place, a new memory care expansion community located on the Sterling House campus in Claremore.
Car rental company Hertz begins move to SW Florida
Executives at car rental company Hertz are moving to new headquarters in southwest Florida.
BancFirst partners with Gov. Fallin for food drive
BancFirst will serve as a donation site for the “Feeding Oklahoma” food drive sponsored by Governor Mary Fallin again this year. The goal is to collect one million meals for hungry Oklahomans.
Obamacare exchanges roll out with questions aplenty
Obamacare's insurance exchanges debut Tuesday and the run-up has looked a lot like a political campaign, with dueling TV ads, door-knocking volunteers and a focus on swing-state targets. Just don't expect the usual ending to an election: a clear winner at the end of the day.
Baker Hughes kicks off Susan G. Komen Race for Cure event
Baker Hughes Inc. commemorated the company’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Baker Hughes Race Event Thursday in the most uplifting way possible — with a balloon release.
Pixley Lumber Company celebrates 50 years today
Pixley Lumber Company celebrates its 50th year in business from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.
Hillcrest layoffs impact Claremore
Hillcrest Healthcare System has confirmed it is currently in the process of laying off less than 1 percent of its estimated 5,000 employees, including “less than five” employees at Hillcrest Hospital Claremore.
Pixley Lumber Company celebrates 50 years
The big “50” might strike fear in the hearts of some. But to Pixley Lumber Company, turning 50 this year is a time for celebration, a big celebration.
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.
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