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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."
KTUL personality is guest marshal at shoot-out
Popular morning newscaster and host of KTUL-TV’s “Good Day Tulsa”, Keith Taylor will be the celebrity guest marshal at the “High Noon” shoot-out this weekend at the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum.
REVIEW: ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ at CC8
In 2010, “How to Train Your Dragon” used the sweetest of tropes (a human boy and his loyal animal companion) in an animated fable to illustrate how a tribe of thick-headed Norsemen could learn to get along with their flame-spraying reptile brethren.
Study: Kids gain weight more quickly over summer break
Any parent or teacher can tell you that schoolchildren tend to slip back a bit academically over the long summer break. But now a Harvard University study has come up with troubling indications that they also gain weight more quickly during those months when, traditionally, we hope they're outdoors much of the time, enjoying the summer sun.
Rogers County Getting Ahead begins efforts to combat area poverty
The Rogers County Getting Ahead and Bridges Out of Poverty steering committee held a community informational workshop Tuesday in an effort to reduce area poverty. Interested patrons received an outline of the team initiatives, and were able to ask questions while they began to generate ideas for solutions.
REVIEW: ‘22 Jump Street’ funnier than 21
As a comedy sequel to a film based on a now-defunct television series, “22 Jump Street” should be an over-marketed, unwatchable disaster.
Camp funds needed quickly as deadline approaches
More funds are needed — and quickly — for Share the Spirit Foundation’s Send a Kid to Camp program.
Former lawmaker will lead Will Rogers Memorial Museums
Tad Jones, former Rogers County legislator, will take the reins as Will Rogers Memorial Museums director, replacing retiring Steve Gragert. Jones will join the staff Aug. 1, Gragert will retire Sept. 1.
Fireworks, car show coming to Claremore
Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs and Lady Luck’s Fireworks are teaming up to bring a fun-filled evening of fireworks and entertainment to the racetrack this month.
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