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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.
Send a Kid to Camp fundraiser kicks off
Summertime means the Share the Spirit Foundation is once again raising funds for its “Send a Kid to Camp” program, which makes it possible for Rogers County children to attend Salvation Army’s Camp Heart O’Hills for a week of making memories and meeting new friends.
Garroutte, McGuire, Cox receive McNabb award
Claremore Elks Lodge officials recently presented Certificates of Honor to Claremore High School students recognized for being at the top of their class in various departments.
RSU breaks ground for new student housing community
Rogers State University officials broke ground Tuesday morning for a new $11.5 million student housing complex at the Claremore campus. The 84,000-square-foot housing community will provide beds for more than 300 campus residents beginning in fall 2015, said RSU President Dr. Larry Rice.
TGA seeks Rogers County families to host international guests this summer
Tulsa Global Alliance is expecting a lot of visitors in 2014, so they are actively seeking overnight homestay hosts, including those in Rogers County and Claremore, to provide lodging, meals, and transportation for a number of international exchange programs.
Dog found near First Baptist Church
Are you missing this dog. Very friendly. Found by First Baptist Church in Claremore. Please check with the Claremore Animal Shelter.
Claremore residents Cheena and Steve Pazzo hosted a dinner Sunday at their home in suppport of local seven-year-old Zip Gordon, who was diagnosed with a rare, debilitating disease known as Fibrodysplashia Ossidicans Progressiva (FOP) three years ago.
WILL ROGERS STAMPEDE
Rodeo’s greatest stars make their way to Rogers County every spring.
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