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Baird wins first place at Wingapalooza
Bill Baird, owner of the Hammett House, has once again put Claremore on the map, after winning first place at Wingapalooza in Tulsa.
Honor bands perform
The Rogers County All County Band performed Tuesday at the Robson Performing Arts Center.
CAC hosts Open House
The William W. Barnes Children’s Advocacy Center is hosting an Open House on Feb. 10 to celebrate a move to their new location at 214 E. Patti Page in Claremore.
Students and teachers at Mustard Seed Christian Preschool began their week-long celebration of excellence in education Monday for National School Choice Week (NCSW).
SPSF to host annual ‘Wild Thing’ dinner, auction
The Sequoyah Public Schools Foundation will host the annual “WIld Thing” dinner and auction at 6 p.m. Feb. 1 at the Olan Graham Field House, located at 16441 South 4180 Road.
MENTORING: Local radio personality tells Volunteers for Youth about importance of being an example
Local radio personality Sunny Leigh was among those in Claremore Thursday, honoring area mentors — “PALS” — at the Volunteers for Youth Mentor Recognition luncheon.
Inola Chamber Banquet celebrates ‘Spirit of Business and Community’
The Inola Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the “Spirit of Business and Community” at their annual banquet Saturday night, and it was all about Inola.
Gridiron veteran ready for another show
When it comes to the Claremore Chamber of Commerce Gridiron, Gina Wilson has seen her fair share.
WANTED: LOVING HOMES
It was 1997 when Mark and Karen Ogle made a decision that changed their lives forever.
Literacy council names Godwin as director
The Rogers County Literacy Council (RCLC) has welcomed M. Edel Godwin as its new executive director.
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