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Will Rogers Days began Nov. 4, 1938 as the biggest event in the history of Claremore and has continued to be one that stands out as an historic day.
CHS’ Hostler wins 3rd place in essay contest
Claremore High School sophomore Connor Hostler earned third place in the Oklahoma 2nd District, Constitution Week Essay Forum contest. Hostler was presented a certificate of recognition and letter from Congressman Markwayne Mullin Thursday afternoon during a history lesson in teacher Jan McClaren’s class.
Catoosa Special Olympics receives invite to 2014 USA Games
The Catoosa Special Olympics team has been invited to participate in the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games June 14-22 in Princeton, NJ.
Claremont students visit Claremore Electric facility
Students from Claremont Elementary’s fourth and fifth grade Science Club visited Claremore Electric facilities Monday afternoon to learn about how electricity is collected and distributed.
Local quilters host annual quilt show
The Country Fare Quilters Guild will host the annual quilt show Friday and Saturday at the Claremore Community Center, 2301 N. Sioux Ave. Each year, the guild hosts the event to raise funds to support guild community projects.
Fall Festival to benefit future teaching gardens site
The Master Gardeners Association of Rogers County (MGARC) will host its annual Fall Festival and Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Rogers County Building, 416 S. Brady Street.
Annual Veteran’s Day Parade planned in Claremore
The 8th Annual Veteran’s Day Parade has been scheduled for Nov. 11 in downtown Claremore.
United Way Chocolate Affair raises more than $7,000
The Rogers County United Way raised approximately $7,100 during the organization’s 18th Annual Chocolate Affair Thursday night at the Claremore Community Center.
CHS theater program seeks immediate funds for spring musical
The Claremore High School Fine Arts Department needs community support to raise money for this year’s spring musical production of South Pacific.
ZipperQ2 raises $110,000 for FOP research
The second annual ZipperQ fundraiser event Saturday raised a total of $110,000 in support of Claremore’s own Zip Gordon and Fibrodysplashia Ossidicans Progressiva (FOP) research. More than 700 attendees gathered on the grounds of the Route 66 Nut House for live music, BBQ, live and silent auctions and a raffle for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler.
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