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Today there is no sign remaining of what once was Claremore’s social meeting spot on warm nights.
City hosts ‘permit-free garage sale weekend’
Spring is in the air, and that means many people are taking time to spruce up their yards and homes with large and small projects.
Perry honored by Grand Gateway
The late Mickey Perry was awarded the Northeastern Oklahoma Leadership Award by the Grand Gateway Economic Development Authority.
Pocahontas Club members help community
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club regularly impacts the community in positive ways, with this month is no exception, as the group will be joining the Boys & Girls Club of Chelsea on Saturday, April 26th at 11 a.m. for a Community Clean-up Day.
Former Claremore resident’s generosity aids construction of the new OSU Equine Center
Oklahoma State University students and Oklahoma horse enthusiasts will soon reap the benefits of a new state-of-the-art equine teaching center, thanks to Linda Cline’s passion for equine students and desire to honor her late husband.
Freelance writer, lecturer to be special guest at Friends of Library meeting
Next Monday, the Friends of the Library will host author and lecturer Deborah Bouziden at their regular meeting.
Pelco is an American Red Cross ‘Hero’
Pelco Structural, L.L.C., is an American Red Cross “Hero.”
‘Run for your lives’
The Environmental and Spatial Technology (East) program at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore wil host their second annual Zombie 5K Race Saturday at the Rogers State University Nature Reserve.
REVIEW: ‘Oculus’ is tightly told tale of a murderous mirror
As far as subgenres go, the “haunted mirror” movie may be one of the smallest offshoots of the horror genre.
RSU Cheerleaders place 7th at Nationals
The Rogers State University Cheerleading team took home the 7th place trophy at the National Cheerleader Association’s College National Competition on April 10-11 in Daytona Beach, Fla.
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