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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.
Showing Off Their Best
The Rogers County Fair is underway and events from goat roping to live music are featured this year.
Cherokees donate $455K to volunteer firefighters
The Cherokee Nation recognized 129 volunteer fire departments Friday night during the annual volunteer firefighters ceremony at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa.
CPSF board of trustees welcome four new members
The Claremore Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) board of trustees recently elected four new members.
Oologah Mayor Holland finalist for Oklahoma Mayor of the Year
Oologah Mayor Jerry Holland has been chosen a finalist for the Oklahoma Mayor of the Year award by the Mayors Council of Oklahoma (MCO).
Judge Russell named RSU Constitution Day Award recipient
The Hon. David L. Russell, Senior U.S. District Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma will be named the recipient of the Rogers State University Constitution Award at a ceremony and luncheon on Sept. 25.
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