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REVIEW: ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ in Claremore
Like so many Hollywood superstars, Tom Cruise doesn’t die usually in his movies.
‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ in Claremore
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s first movie, “Ted” was mostly on-target but still showed signs of undisciplined, “Family Guy”-like self-indulgence.
Road trip to school worth every mile for retiring Sequoyah teacher Taylor
Lynette Taylor has driven 80 miles a day from her home in Kenwood to Sequoyah School for almost 30 years, “passing by so many other schools, just to get to Sequoyah, where she knew from the beginning she wanted to spend her career.
Sequoyah Elementary’s Self retires after 30 years of teaching
Few people can say they have worked more than half their life doing what they love; and even fewer can say they have spent their total professional life in one place.
First Presbyterian Church hosts all-church garage sale
The First Presbyterian Church of Claremore will host an annual all-church garage sale, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, June 6 and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 7, inside the Family Life Center.
American Highrise Foundation presents commemorative mural to veterans center
Veterans, current members of the U.S. Armed Forces and supporters of the American Highrise Foundation recognized three entities Friday with a presentation of American Highrise murals at the Claremore Veterans Center.
New Ropers join WR Memorial Museum
Volunteers from Oologah, Claremore, Chelsea, and Collinsville have completed a training program to become the latest graduating class of Will Rogers Memorial Ropers.
Daily Progress welcomes summer intern
Oral Roberts University senior Kristy Sturgill has joined the staff of the Claremore Daily Progress as a summer intern.
REVIEW: X-Men do the time warp in ‘Days of Future Past’
Recently, I was in line to get tickets for an early screening of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” when, even without the mutant power of super hearing, I overheard the patron in front of me chatting with his fellow movie-goer about his excitement.
Send a Kid to Camp
Melissa was only 5 years old when her dad left her mom, her and her younger brother.
Her mom shared with school social worker Gloria Conaway that she had to drop out of college to now raise two small children all alone.
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