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Meyer guest speaker at annual book review
The author of “I Called Him Uncle Will.” Doris “Coke” Meyer will be the guest speaker at the annual book review sponsored by Chapter BM P.E.O. The book review will be at First United Methodist Church Family Life Center, 1615 N. Hwy. 88 on Friday, March 7, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Tickets are currently on sale for $10 per person.
Claremore schools participate in Read Across America week
Beginning today, Claremore schools will celebrate Read Across America week, a national reading program that promotes the importance of reading at an early age through a variety of fun events.
CHS Froshmore Academic Team
Members of the Claremore High School freshman/sophomore (Froshmore) Academic Team recently swept their conference, winning all four subject area tournaments.
Claremore church to host Watoto Children’s Choir
Eastern Hills Baptist Church will host the Watoto Children’s Choir in Claremore this month, bringing the message of hope and transformation to the people of Rogers County.
Outdoor Sporting Expo returns to Claremore
Claremore Main Street, Claremore Chamber of Commerce, and Claremore Expo Center reunite to bring outdoor enthusiasts of all ages the second annual Outdoor Sporting Expo.
Claremore Museum of History featured tonight on RSU’s Perspectives
The Claremore Museum of History will be featured at 6 p.m. tonight on RSU-TV’s Perspectives.
The film crew spent several hours at the museum obtaining pictures of the Lynn Riggs Museum exhibit that is sponsored by RCB Bank.
Project Safe Graduation benefits from food purchases
Claremore McDonalds and Papa Johns restaurants will host Senior Nights in support of the Claremore High School after graduation party, Project Safe Graduation. Fundraisers will take place from 5 p.m.-8p.m. on Monday and March 12 at Papa Johns, as well as, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. March 26, April 23 and May 14 at McDonalds (Will Rogers Boulevard location only).
Cuttler stars in ‘Mockingbird’ production
Rogers County youth Lexie Cuttler has never been much of a tomboy.
Goetz places 1st in WRJH Geography Bee
WIll Rogers Junior High eighth-grader Bryce Goetz is in the process of preparing for the upcoming Oklahoma Geography Bee following his first place victory Jan. 14 in the school’s geography bee.
Remember Back When... Shots fired, officer down
It was almost 60 years ago when hundreds of friends and sympathetic Claremore citizens crowded into Memorial Heights Baptist Church where funeral services were held for Joseph C. Hause. Hause, a 27-year-old police officer, was killed in an ambush by a drunken ex-convict.
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