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Fall Old Home Tour more than a fundraiser
The Rogers County Historical Society has presented the Fall Home Tour to area residents since 1982. Funds from the tour have been used for many civic restoration projects including the Belvidere Mansion, recipient for the last three tours. The front turret windows of the Belvidere, many of which were broken and leaking, needed replacing.
J.M. Davis museum hosts tribute to Oklahoma military
“Remembering Our Fallen” was created to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Station to air “UHF,” featured cast members live in-studio
RSU Public TV’s “UHF25” celebration continues this weekend, with a special “UHF”-themed pledge drive Saturday night.
Heston's Heroes: Friends, family of Claremore toddler to host benefit bass tournament
Friends and family of a Rogers County toddler diagnosed with a debilitating form of Muscular Dystrophy are rallying together this weekend to host a fundraiser on his behalf.
NTC Health Careers Certification students elect officers
The three Health Careers Certification classes at Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus recently elected student officers for the local HOSA: Future Health Professionals Chapter.
Will Rogers Museum celebrates The Event tonight
Supporters of the Will Rogers Memorial Museum will gather from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight at the museum for The Event, a time to celebrate the rich history of Will Rogers.
Book by RSU professors recognized by This Land Press as an ‘Essential Oklahoma Read’
“Voices of the Heartland,” a 2007 book written and edited by four Rogers State University professors, was recently recognized by This Land Press as one of its “15 Essential Oklahoma Reads.”
Archery competition winners announced
The Rogers County Free Fair Archery competition was Sept. 13 in the covered horse arena.
Tickets still available for The Event
In less than three months, the Will Rogers Memorial Museum will celebrate a 75th birthday. It was 75 years ago on Nov. 4, 1938 that the Museum doors opened as an agency of the State of Oklahoma.
Pocahontas Club members stay active
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club and the Will Rogers Memorial Museum kick off the 75th year of celebrating Will’s birthday, together on Nov. 2.
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