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Send a Kid to Camp goal reached
Share the Spirit’s “Send a Kid to Camp” goal has been reached.
Tulsa Praise Orchestra to perform at First United Methodist Church
The Tulsa Praise Orchestra will perform an Independence Day-inspired concert July 6 during morning services at First United Methodist Church of Claremore. The big band ensemble will take place at the 8:30 a.m. Heritage Service, 9:45 a.m. Blue Jeans Service and the 11 a.m. Generations Service.
‘Chair-y’ special fund-raiser
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth wants you to take a seat — for a good cause — at the first annual Chair-ity Auction.
Hey kids, what time is it?
These were magic words to hear if you were a child growing up in the early 1950’s and fortunate to have a television in the home. It meant the young viewer was on his or her way to Doodyland.
Claremore girl selected as OBHA Youth Representative
Thirteen-year-old Hannah Cain of Claremore has been selected by the Oklahoma Buckskin Horse Association (OBHA) as their 2014 Oklahoma Youth Representative.
Lawmower races cap off Father’s Day
Father’s Day was a bit different for the Cedar Point Church congregation. Fathers participated in lawnmower races as part of the day’s events.
Rogers County DAV receives transportation vehicle
The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) remains the leader in providing direct assistance to veterans all over the country. The DAV ensures service members receive benefits due to them. Service-connected disabilities may require long term care and for those on a fixed income, transportation to and from a VA hospital could be costly.
Claremore Historical Society makes progress on museum
The Claremore Historical Society has been working for three years to renovate the Will Rogers Library into a museum for Claremore artifacts.
Claremore Civic Band concert tonight
The Claremore Civic Band, under the direction of Mike Thompson will mount its second concert tonight at 7:30, in Gazebo Park.
GM recalls soar past 20 million. Why don't consumers care?
In case you thought there couldn't possibly be another General Motors recall so soon, you're just not thinking big enough. This week, GM said it was recalling 3.36 million more cars. The cause: an ignition switch defect that could result in keys carrying extra weight (read: a keychain) to slip out of position and shut the vehicle off abruptly during "some jarring event."
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